Jennifer Lopez made sure that the release of her ninth studio album, and her first in a decade, wasn’t going under the radar. So, to accompany “This is Me… Now” (the record), she released the musical film “This Is Me… Now: A Love Story” on Prime Video. And, if that wasn’t enough for fans of the singer, the third project of this era is the documentary “The Greatest Love Story Never Told.”

Directed by Jason Bergh, the film follows Lopez during the production of “This Is Me… Now: A Love Story,” which she paid herself (it cost $20 million to make) as she couldn’t find a studio to back the project. But, it seems like the work is paying off, as she received good reviews for the film, as well as for the documentary, which debuted with a %100 score on Rotten Tomatoes.

While Lopez has carefully crafted her image and career, she has been more candid than ever, sharing all her struggles. However, there is still curiosity surrounding her bank account, especially after she so transparently revealed the tag price for his newest film.

Jennifer Lopez’ whooping net worth is $400 million

As of 2024, Јеnnіfеr Lореz’s net worth is estimated to be $400 mіllіоn, according to Celebrity Net Worth. She reportedly earns an estimated $40 million per year, per the same source. Of course, her earnings come mostly from her artistic endeavors, which include her music and acting career.

However, that’s not all. Lopez is also a business woman, and she has launched her own fragrance company, which, according to Cosmopolitan, is worth $2 billion. Among her brand deals, she has worked with DSW, Virgin Voyages and Coach.

And, we can’t forget that she is married to Ben Affleck, so alongside his reported $150 million net worth, the couple is doing just fine. Financially and emotionally, as the documentary showed. When most of her friends didn’t back the project, Affleck was there as one of her reliable supporters.

JLo’s upcoming projects

Apart from releasing new music, Lopez is set to star in two films this year. One of them is the sci-fi thriller “Atlas,” which she is also producing, and in which she will share the screen alongside with Simu Liu, Sterling K. Brown, and Mark Strong.

The second one is “Unstoppable,” a biopic drama, produced by Affleck and Matt Damon, about wrestler Anthony Robles, played by Jharrel Jerome. The rest of the cast also includes Bobby Cannavale, Michael Peña, and Don Cheadle.