Appears to go unaffected with the not-quite-favorable reviews directed to her onscreen performances lately, Jennifer Lopez has taken her next starring role in "Love and Other Impossible Pursuits" which Capitol Films has just boarded as a co-financier.
Project is described to present a funny and moving story about a woman's "tempestuous relationship with her young stepson." No word yet on production date, but it is informed that Marc Platt is in charge to produce with script being written by Don Ross, who is also lined up to seat as the film's helmer.
Lopez, also known to be a celebrated recording artist, initially worked as professional dancer before broke into the big screen in 1995 through dramatic feature "My Family" and rose to fame in "Selena." Apart from "Pursuits", she is also attached to star in comedic flick "The Governess" that Columbia Pictures is set to distribute next year.