Jennifer Lopez gets a passionate kiss from Ben Affleck’s fiancé as he gently wraps her around her on the set of his unnamed Nike movie
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck couldn’t contain their passion when she visited him on the set of his latest film on Wednesday.
The 52-year-old singer and actress and the 49-year-old actor who became a director hugged for a loving kiss during a studio break.
Ben was at work in Santa Monica, California, while making an as-yet-unnamed film about Nike’s quest to get Michael Jordan to put on his shoes, which he directs alongside a screenwriter with his longtime friend and collaborator Matt Damon.
Hugs: Jennifer Lopez, 52, and Ben Affleck, 49, shared a passionate kiss as he hugged her around her on the set of his unnamed Nike movie in Santa Monica on Wednesday
Ben and Jennifer showed they weren’t tired of the PDA yet as he wrapped it around his muscular arm as she grabbed his torso with both hands.
She was dressed in a casual-chic black sleeveless jumpsuit with thick straps and drawstrings around her waist that accentuated her hourglass figure.
Singer If You Had My Love raised her height by 5 feet and 5 inches with a set of platform wedges with black stripes that crossed to her ankles.
Her brunette hair was tied in an elegantly messy bun, while thick strands were left free to frame her modestly made-up face, gold earrings with hoops and cool aviator aviator sunglasses.
Inseparable: Ben and Jennifer showed they weren’t tired of the PDA yet as he wrapped it around his muscular arm as she grabbed his torso with both hands
Stunning: She was dressed in a casual-chic black sleeveless jumpsuit with a platform and gold earrings
Her fiancé Ben wore a gray graphic T-shirt and skinny black jeans with gray and white sneakers.
He was carrying one of his standard huge iced coffees as he met his love on the lot, while she brought with her hot coffee of a more modest size to pick up.
Jennifer has been regularly attending the lunch set lately, where Ben works closely with his friend Matt.
The two recently worked together on The Last Duel, a historical drama about the last legally sanctioned trial of a fight in France, in which Matt starred with Adam Driver, while Ben played the lead supporting role.
The former collaborators co-wrote the screenplay with Nicole Holofcener, their first duel writing project in more than two decades, after winning the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for their 1997 film Good Will Hunting.
‘The process at the Last Duel was different because we’re different people and we’ve grown a lot and gone through a lot,’ Ben said. Good morning America around the time of the release of The Last Duel.
Casual chic: She wore cool aviator sunglasses and had her hair tied in a messy bun. Her fiancé Ben wore a gray graphic T-shirt and skinny black jeans with gray and white sneakers.
Visit to the set: Jennifer has been regularly attending the set around lunch lately, where Ben works closely with his friend Matt Damon
The renewed cooperation was obviously so pleasant that the two of them jumped into another project.
Again, they co-wrote the screenplay for their latest film – this time with Alex Covenry – and Ben is directing a film about Nike’s attempts to woo Michael Jordan.
The Argo star will appear in the film as Nike co-founder and former CEO Phil Knight, while Matt will play Sonny Vaccaro, Nike CEO who managed to sign Jordan’s first contract with the cult shoe company, despite competing offers from the multi-based company.
Matt has been seen in costume in recent days, while Ben was casually dressed, suggesting he is focusing on directing scenes in which he does not appear.
Neither Ben nor Jennifer’s family seem to have the guts to shoot with them. He shares Violet, 16; Seraphina, 13; and Samuel, 10, with ex-wife Jennifer Garner, while she has twins, Emma and Max, 14.
During a performance at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles last week, the Hustler star took her child Emma to a duet performance and publicly invited them to gender-neutral deputies.
Cooperation! Ben and Matt star in, write and produce a new film about how Nike managed to secure a partnership with Michael Jordan in the 1980s; in October 2021