Josh Duhamel is Set To Join J.Lo in Upcoming Comedy 'Shotgun Wedding'

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Good news, guys! Not only do we have a hilarious comedy headed to our screens, but we'll be watching lots of our favorite faces in the action-packed adventure. Then again, why don't we let you be the judge of that one? Hang on while we break it all down for you.

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This past week, Deadline confirmed that Transformers star, Josh Duhamel will be joining J.Lo in the upcoming film, Shotgun Wedding. But what you probably didn't know, is that it wasn't supposed to be this way. That's right. Originally? Armie Hammer was set to star alongside the Let's Get Loud beauty. Unfortunately, due to, um, personal matters, the actor has since stepped down from the role.

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Well, now that that's out of the way: What exactly can we expect from the star-studded production? For starters, sorry, A.Rod. It appears we'll be watching Lopez and Duhamel star as a happy couple, set to tie the knot alongside family and friends. But here's where things get interesting.

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Don't think this is your typical rom-com. As the on-screen couple's wedding date finally approaches, they're suddenly faced with a whole lot more than just cold feet: Their destination nuptials are taken hostage, bringing a whole new meaning to "for better or for worse." There's no doubt about it, fans are extremely excited to see Jenny From the Block back in action on the big screen.

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Lucky for us, though, that's not all. As Deadline announced, the adrenaline-packed comedy will be blessing us with a lot of familiar faces. Actresses Jennifer Coolidge and Sônia Braga are also set to star in the upcoming adventure. In other words? Prepare for a whole lot of laughs.

Jennifer Coolidge, Armie Hammer
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But perhaps don't get too excited just yet. Here's the only catch: It appears we're going to be waiting a while until we get to tag along on this ride. According to reports, production is only set to begin filming on February 22nd. Nonetheless, something tells us it'll be well worth the wait, right?

Stay tuned.