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Before Valentine’s Day, Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson seduce moviegoers in Marry methe romantic comedy directed by Kat Coiro which is released today, February 11, in theaters and streaming on Peacock.
Playing the role of a big-screen version of herself, J.Lo is global pop star Kat Valdez, who is preparing to marry her fiancé and fellow international music sensation Bastian (a budding pop star with many dashing traits). Maluma union) during a live-streamed wedding concert. The grand bridal performance is derailed when Bastian is caught cheating with Kat’s assistant, and the bride instead picks a random onlooker Charlie (Wilson) from the crowd to exchange vows instead. Of course, the romantic musical has a soundtrack fueled by its on-screen superstars.
Rounding out the cast, Sarah Silverman plays Parker (Charlie’s best friend and colleague), Chloe Coleman plays Lou (Charlie’s daughter) and game of thrones‘ John Bradley as Collin Calloway (Kat’s manager).
How to watch Marry me In line
Marry Me is available exclusively on Peacock’s Premium and Premium Plus plans, so the only way to stream the movie at home is with a paid monthly subscription. The ad-supported Premium plan costs $5 per month or $50 per year, while the Premium Plus option only offers ads on a few live TV shows and costs $10 per month or $100 per year.
Although Peacock has a free plan, it does not include access to Marry me. In addition to unlocking access to hundreds of other movies and TV series, paid subscriptions to the streaming service also include NBCUniversal’s news, sports and entertainment channels; sports and live events; next day access to NBC shows; the Telemundo series in Spanish; and children’s content. Premium Plus subscribers can also download select titles to watch offline on their mobile devices.
With a paid Peacock subscription, you can also stream popular TV shows like The Fresh Prince to restart Bel-Airthe first three seasons of Yellowstone, wolf like me, Office, modern family, Parks and recreation and others.
$5 to $10 per month
Peacock doesn’t offer a free trial, so home moviegoers can’t watch Marry me free this way. However, Xfinity and Spectrum customers can get Peacock Premium Plus for free with select internet and digital cable TV packages; learn more about each service’s respective websites here and here.
How to listen to Marry me soundtrack online
J.Lo and Maluma fans are treated to a new album from the entrepreneurial stars with the Marry me soundtrack. It includes the title track and other songs by Maluma and J.Lo as Bastian and Kat Valdez, such as “Pa Ti (For You)”, “On My Way (Marry Me)”, “1 in 1 Millón “, etc as well as remixes from Arkadi and Telykast. You can buy the album on MP3 or CD or stream it on Amazon Music, Apple Music, Deezer, Pandora, Spotify or Tidal.