Kat Valdez and Bastian, the musical revelation of the moment, form the sexiest and most influential couple in the world. With their irresistible single Marry Me at the top of the charts, they are about to get married in front of their fans in a concert that will be broadcast around the world. Charlie Gilbert, divorced and math teacher, ends up attending the event dragged by his daughter Lou and his best friend. Seconds before the ceremony, Kat learns that Bastian has cheated on her and, in a moment of madness, Kat picks Charlie out of the crowd as her new husband. What begins as an impulsive reaction begins to transform into an unexpected romance. Faced with the different forces that conspire to separate them, the question will arise if two people from such different worlds will be able to bridge the distance that separates them and create a common place to which they both belong.
To the rhythm of original songs by Jennifer Lopez (Wall Street Swindlers) and the worldwide Latin music phenomenon Maluma (in his first experience as an actor), Marry Me uncovers an unexpected love story between a song superstar and a teacher. of mathematics, two perfect strangers who decide, first, to get married and then, little by little, to get to know each other. In a world dominated by clicks, views and followers, this unlikely romance between two radically different people in search of real thrills tells a contemporary love story about fame, marriage and social media. Kat Coiro, director of series such as Hanged Men in Philadelphia, Shameless or the next She-Hulk, for Marvel, directs this comedy based on the graphic novel by Bobby Crosby. Along with Lopez and Maluma, the cast is completed by Oscar nominee Owen Wilson (The French Chronicle), Sarah Silverman (Don’t Look Up) and Chloe Coleman (Gunpowder Milkshake), among others.