Hollywood superstars Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez have been spotted together over the past couple of months, with their latest time outside now seemingly confirming their rekindling of their romance that made headlines almost 20 years back. Several paparazzi photos made it to the New York Post on Monday, with videos of Affleck and Lopez at the posh Nobu sushi restaurant in Malibu, Los Angeles on Sunday showing them kissing and having a good time now trending on social media as well. 

Dubbed as "Bennifer", Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's relationship was a subject of massive interest to the media and the fans during the early 2000s when the couple were set to get married after their highly-publicized engagement. The duo, however, called off their wedding in 2003 and decided to part ways a few months later. Since then, Affleck and Lopez have been seen over the past few weeks in Los Angeles and Miami, after the singer-turned-actress-turned-producer and her former baseball superstar fiance Alex Rodriguez called off their engagement in mid-April, after being together for four years.

On the professional front, Jennifer Lopez, who was announced on Tuesday to star in Netflix's thriller Atlas, is also attached to the rom com, Marry Me, including the rom com action venture, Shotgun Wedding. Both projects will see Lopez star and co-produce and are currently in post-production stages. Ben Affleck, on the other hand, has co-written with Matt Damon, and is starring in the British-American historical drama, The Last Duel, under Ridley Scott's direction. He will also been seen in the erotic psychological thriller, Deep Water, under Adrian Lyne's direction, best known for films like Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal and Unfaithful. Affleck, who is currently filming for George Clooney's upcoming directorial, the coming-of-age drama The Tender Bar, will once again be reprising his role as the DC Comics superhero Bruce Wayne / Batman in The Flash, starring Ezra Miller, and alongside the veteran Michael Keaton, who played the Prince of Gotham in Tim Burton's films in the early '90s.