Singer, actress and business woman, Jennifer Lopez signs a contract to produce multiple content with Netflix.
“Netflix and Chill“, it is not for everyone and especially not for Jennifer Lopez. Because if the star of the song is definitely interested in Netflix, it is not to sing a few small series quiet on his sofa. Deadline, the production company of Jennifer Lopez has just signed a phenomenal contract with the streaming giant. The company co-directed by Jennifer Lopez and Benny Medina, Nuyorican Productions, will be able to participate in multiple productions at Netflix, whether films or series. And the contract also contains a rather interesting detail.
According to the latter, all projects carried out in partnership with Jennifer Lopez and Netflix will have to highlight women in the film and television industry. Directors, screenwriters, actresses … Enough to emphasize once again the star’s commitment to the feminist cause by encouraging better visibility of women. Deadline also reported the comments made by Jennifer Lopez concerning this new contract. “I am delighted to announce my new partnership with Netflix. Elaine, Benny and I believe there is no better place for us than a progressive company that seeks to defy the rules of the field by delivering content directly to millions of people around the world to no longer consider art and entertainment with all its limitations of the past “.
Jennifer Lopez will soon be featured on Netflix
And the results of this new partnership are not long in coming since Jennifer Lopez already has two projects on Netflix. The first is the movie The Mother, in which Jennifer Lopez plays a slayer who will come out of the shadows to help the girl she has not seen for several years. Filming is scheduled for this fall and airing for the end of 2022. The second project, based on the eponymous book by Isabel Ojeda Maldonado, is called The Cipher and she will play there an FBI agent embarked in a game of cat and mouse with a serial killer who has fun putting online puzzles in connection with his victims.
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