• Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez are married for the second time
  • It wasn't always easy for the couple
  • THIS is how Jen feels now

The superstar delves into a meta-journey of love, self-discovery, and the power of true connection in this $20 million passion project. Get ready for an intimate look at "Bennifer" 2.0, where myth meets memoir in a love story for the ages!

Ben and Jen are a dream couple

Pop the champagne, folks! The queen of the block, Jennifer Lopez, is just two shakes of a lamb's tail away from blessing us with her heart on a silver platter in the form of "This Is Me...Now," her most personal jam session to date. And guess what? It's all about her main squeeze, Ben Affleck.

But hold your horses – J.Lo's not stopping at an album. She's going full throttle with a film, "This Is Me...Now: A Love Story," streaming straight into your living rooms via Prime Video.

J.Lo's been busy, not just shaking her money-maker but also shelling out a cool $20 million of her own dough for this passion project. "I felt like the music deserved that," she spills to Yahoo Entertainment. And let's be real, when has J.Lo ever done anything by halves?

Flashback to 2002, and "Bennifer" was the word on everyone's lips. Fast forward two decades, and here we are again, riding the Lopez-Affleck love rollercoaster. But J.Lo's quick to say, "People know the story of me and Ben, that's not the story I want to tell." So what's the scoop?

This flick is a "narrative-driven cinematic odyssey," with J.Lo playing, well, J.Lo – but with a twist. It's a tale of a hopeless romantic's quest for love, sprinkled with a dash of J.Lo's real-life love lessons.

"It's meta," J.Lo teases. The film's not a diary entry, but it's chock-full of the highs and lows of her own love life. And let's not forget the side of Bennifer drama that had us all glued to our screens.

Despite the paparazzi playing peek-a-boo with their every move, J.Lo and Affleck are standing tall. "Honestly, we're just kind of very grown," she declares with the confidence only a diva can muster. They've learned that the noise doesn't matter – they know their truth, and that's all that counts.

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If she could whisper sweet nothings to her 2004 self, it'd be simple: "It's gonna be better than you think. So just hang on." And hang on she did, to deliver us "This Is Me…Now: A Love Story," dropping like it's hot on Prime Video on Friday, Feb. 16.