The Boy Next Door
Here are six reasons why you need to schedule your weekend around checking it out. Oversized coats and plain tank tops cannot hide that Lopez is one of the most beautiful people, ever. Fun fact: Everything she wore in the film actually came from her closet! Oh, and yes, she still has that Grammy dress. Hello, biceps!
Speaking of beautiful people — Ryan Guzman , J. Guzman, 27, is also pretty excellent at playing a muscular psycho — his turn from boy-with-a-crush to stalker in the latter half of the movie was scarily believable. Like any good thriller, The Boy Next Door will have you jumping out of your seat and covering your eyes.
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Not to cast aspersions on your character, or anything. Another line, involving a summer rainstorm, was particularly funny. He plays quite young in the film and his wardrobe is that of your typical small-town high schooler, but in real-life, he is one handsome young adult. And what a sex scene it is! If you have opted in for our browser push notifications, and you would like to opt-out, please refer to the following instructions depending on your device and browser.
But the most talked and tweeted about moment actually involved a first edition of Homer's The Iliad. In the film, which is available April 28 on Blu-ray and DVD, Noah Ryan Guzman begins seducing high school English teacher Claire Jennifer Lopez by gifting her with a beautifully bound first edition of Homer's tale, which he claims to have found at a garage sale. Viewers griped that even if the book was centuries old, it would have cost a fortune.
And one of the people complaining was the film's screenwriter, Barbara Curry, who told Fusion that she was not responsible for the scene in question. It gave them a chance to be together alone for the first time where if anything was going to happen, it could happen.
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While the Iliad -based audience criticism irked Cohen a bit, he said, "That tells me they're watching and listening and thinking and they're engaged; even if they think we're idiots, I'm not an idiot. I'm a book collector and I know about first editions. I own the first edition from , but there have been over 1, first editions since.