The trailer for the upcoming romantic comedy “Love Again” has dropped, featuring Priyanka Chopra Jonas and her real-life husband Nick Jonas.
Although Jonas is not Chopra Jonas’ love interest in the movie, his appearance in the trailer provides a hilarious moment. Chopra Jonas stars alongside Sam Heughan (“Outlander”) in the movie, playing a couple who meet through misdirected text messages. Céline Dion also plays herself in the movie, penning new music for the film.
The trailer begins with Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Jonas in the back seat of a taxi cab, getting a little too hot and heavy. However, Chopra Jonas pulls back and suggests going a little slower. Jonas takes it literally in a funny way.
The movie focuses on Mira (Jonas) and Rob (Heughan), with Dion playing an important role. Mira is still grieving the loss of her boyfriend and sends text messages to his number to help ease her grief. Little does she know that journalist Rob now has that number and is fascinated to receive her yearning messages. When he shows up to meet Mira at the opera, romance ensues.
Throughout the trailer, snippets of Dion’s hits “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” (1996) and “That’s the Way It Is” (1999) play over the action. One of Dion’s new songs can also be heard in the trailer, with the lyrics, “You don’t have to move a mountain / Just keep holdin’ on.” Dion is framed as a matchmaker for the budding couple, with Chopra Jonas telling British Vogue in January, “She’s so funny in this movie.”
Nick Jonas, supporting his wife, said on Twitter, “Glad our first date went better than this one @PriyankaChopra Loved having the chance to see you shine on set!”
Glad our first date went better than this one @PriyankaChopra 🤣 Loved having the chance to see you shine on set!#LoveAgainMovie starring @PriyankaChopra, @SamHeughan, and featuring new music from @CelineDion is exclusively in theaters Mother’s Day!https://t.co/FqJIySHEiC
— Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) February 14, 2023
“Love Again” is set to hit theaters on May 14. The movie is a remake of 2016’s “SMS für Dich” (“Text for You”), which was based on Sophie Cramer’s 2009 book by that name.