The "Booty" songstress, who also flaunts her abs on the cover of Self next month, shows of her endless amount of sexiness yet again in the magazine, posing in some seriously seductive photos with Guzman.
In the issue, the duo also chats about their upcoming film together, including a particularly steamy sex scene.
"That was the time in the film when I was the most uncomfortable," Guzman reveals. "We had to choreograph every piece. I know it looks like we’re in the moment and feeling each other out, but actually — and this is kind of embarrassing—[director] Rob Cohen was like, 'Move your hand to the left,' and 'Can you arch your back a little bit?' It was the most unsexy-really-sexy scene that you’ll see on screen."
But despite how it may have gone in reality, the chemistry between Lopez and Guzman clearly comes through on-camera, as proven in the magazine's spread.
Lopez also chatted about the film and why she decided to take the role of a high school teacher in the throes of a divorce who finds romance with the teenage boy next door.
"The character is very relatable," she reveals. "We’ve all been in relationships that have run their course. We all battle with these things. Do I keep going? Do I fight for it? It was something I could understand, and I really felt for her."
Meanwhile, J. Lo also connects to the film on another level: as a woman seeing a much younger man. However, the songstress previously declared that the cliche's of "cougars" are over.
"All the old clichés about women need to be undone. Enough already," she told Self for her upcoming cover shoot. "We're in the other position now. We are desirable older, we can date younger guys and it's not this big taboo. Men have been doing this for years, and it's no big deal."