Trailer Released for Lopez’s Thriller “The Boy Next Door”

A one night stand turns dangerous for Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez in The Boy Next Door

Blumhouse Productions has released the first official trailer for The Boy Next Door, starring the 45-year-old Puerto Rican actress/singer and American Idol judge.

Lopez portrays a divorced high school teacher, whose night of weakness with the young neighbor (portrayed by Ryan Guzman) who befriends her impressionable son goes all kinds of wrong in this suspense thriller when he becomes obsessed with her.

The Boy Next Door Official Trailer #1 (2015… by viraltoday

John Corbett, Ian Nelson and Kristin Chenoweth co-star in the film from director Rob Cohen and writer Barbara Curry. Universal Pictures will release the film on January 23.

Guzman In Talks to Star Opposite Jennifer Lopez in “The Boy Next Door”

Ryan Guzman is thisclose to cementing his boy next door status…

The 26-year-old half-Mexican American actor, model and Step Up Revolution star is in talks to star in The Boy Next Door, the thriller starring Jennifer Lopez and Kristin Chenoweth.

Ryan Guzman

Rob Cohen will direct the microbudget movie, with Universal Pictures distributing as part of the studio’s first-look deal with Jason Blum‘s production company.

Guzman will play a teenage boy who lives next door to Lopez’s character. The woman, who was recently separated, finds herself attracted to the teen and embarks on an affair with him.

Chenoweth will play Lopez’s character’s best friend in the film, which is set to begin shooting this fall.

Guzman recently appeared as Jake on ABC Family‘s Pretty Little Liars.

He’s set to reprise his role as Sean in the upcoming Step Up 5 and will also appear in the film Beyond Paradise.

Lopez to Star in “The Boy Next Door”

Jennifer Lopez is heading to cougar town…

The 44-year-old Puerto Rican actress, singer and American Idol judge has been cast in Universal Pictures’ film The Boy Next Door.

Jennifer Lopez

Lopez will portray a single mom who becomes attracted to the teenage boy who moves in next door and befriends her son. She starts and ends the romance, but he doesn’t let go so easily.

Rob Cohen is in talks to direct the micro-budgeted film from Barbara Curry’s script.

Filming is expected to start in the fall.