The upcoming romantic-comedy Marry Me — starring Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson — has decided to shift its release date in favor of early summer nuptials as Hollywood continues to rearrange its calendar amid the ongoing pandemic and Monday’s news that a vaccine could help life and commerce return to normal in March or April.
Universal announced Tuesday that the music-infused movie is pushing back its release in theaters from Feb. 12, 2021 (the beginning of Valentine’s Day weekend) and will instead walk down the aisle on May 14, taking the place of DreamWorks Animation’s latest Spirit Riding Free film.
The latter film — which has been given an official name, Spirit Untamed — will be released several weeks later, on June 4, 2021.
Packed with original songs by Jennifer Lopez and Latin music sensation Maluma, Marry Me is based on a graphic novel of the same name by Bobby Crosby that centers on a pop superstar (Lopez) who, moments before marrying her rock-star fiance at Madison Square Garden (Maluma), finds out that he was cheating on her with her assistant and spontaneously melts down onstage and picks a random, divorced math teacher (Wilson) out of the crowd to marry instead.
Marry Me is directed by Kat Coiro from a screenplay by John Rogers, Tami Sagher and Harper Dill.
Spirit Untamed, the follow-up to DreamWorks Animation’s Oscar-nominated film Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, follows the epic adventure of a headstrong girl longing for a place to belong who discovers a kindred spirit when her life intersects with a wild horse. The animated film is directed by Elaine Boga, with Ennio Torresan co-directing.
This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.