Jennifer Lopez knows what the people want, and what the people want are romantic comedies. On Friday night's Tonight Show , Lopez talked to host Jimmy Fallon about her upcoming film Second Act , in which she stars as a woman who enters the corporate workforce in her forties, per Entertainment Weekly . She'll act opposite Milo Ventimiglia of This Is Us and Gilmore Girls fame. SEE ALSO: Here's to all the TV romances that didn't make it After gushing over "heartthrob" Ventimiglia, Lopez and Fallon moved onto the topic of romantic comedies, a genre the singer and actress feels people "need." "You need that funny, quirky look at life sometimes — that romantic look at life," she said. "I think things are, you know, tough sometimes and we need that escape. I've always loved those types of movies and our production company is really focused on doing that... me and my partner Elaine [Goldsmith-Thomas, president of Lopez's Nuyorican Productions]." We couldn't agree more... which is why we spent a full week obsessing over on-screen romances of all kinds. You should read about it! Here are a few suggestions to get you started: Why 'The Princess Diaries' should be revived for streaming 24 times 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' was too cute to handle Here's what Bollywood movie to watch based on your favorite Hollywood romance You never forget your first…big screen crush at the movies 'Jane the Virgin' creator explains how to write the perfect rom-com moment Jennifer, text us after you've watched To All the Boys I've Loved Before . [H/T: Vulture] WATCH: 8 Hollywood couples who made movie magic together
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It's not often that you look at a photo and get an idea for the next live-action remake. This is precisely what happened when a fan looked at a photo of Cher and Amanda Seyfried together at the London premiere of Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again , though. SEE ALSO: Mamma Mia! Here we go again with the memes. Twitter user @ceredemonials posted the aforementioned photo alongside a pic of Mother Gothel and Rapunzel from Disney's Tangled . The resemblance is uncanny. WHAT THE FUCK pic.twitter.com/HjD0NXjoes — raquel (@ceredemonials) August 13, 2018 WTF indeed. One person was so struck by the resemblance, they called for a Tangled Broadway musical starring Cher as Mother Gothel, and Amanda Seyfried as Rapunzel. Hmmm.....interesting resemblance ya got there...would be a real shame if someone....turNED TANGLED INTO A BROADWAY MUSICAL STARRING CHER AND AMANDA SEYFRIED https://t.co/ZJ6Sa4osnf — Kelly (@kellyblaus) August 14, 2018 Another massive Tangled fan called on Disney to get its act together and make a live action remake of the film post-haste. Hey @DisneyStudios @Disney I'm thinking it's time to get this in motion. I'll be expecting a live action remake of Tangled within the next few years. Please and thank you! Sincerely, a HUGE Tangled Fan 😂💖😍💫🙏🏽😇😘 https://t.co/8UChp1Zti0 — T O R I L Y N 🦄 (@tdizzle_240) August 15, 2018 Then fans got really into the idea, imagining Cher singing "Mother Knows Best." I can imagine Cher singing “Mother knows best” and it’s spectacular https://t.co/eI3ckpoKQm — Goldie 🌞 (@KristenAlexiss) August 15, 2018 In short, the people have spoken, Disney. give the ppl what we want https://t.co/ztLnI9xYTC — ً 🍑 (@Iovesjk) August 15, 2018 Give them what they want! H/T Twitter Moments . WATCH: How a lightweight, prefabricated concrete roof is just a taste of the coming revolution in architecture
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