Jennifer Lopez is cultivating an image as both a proud mother and a sex symbol. After the success of the low-budget film “The Boy Next Door,” she’s set to tackle similar subject matter -- but from the comedic side this time.

The 45-year-old actress is hoping to solidify herself as, pardon the term, a "MILF" (NSFW description here). According to Deadline, she has reteamed with Universal Pictures for a comedy titled “Mothers I’d Like To ..." – yes, with an ellipsis in the title. Although there is no script yet, Deadline describes it as “Bridesmaids” meets “The First Wives Club.”

E! Online reports that the project was the idea of Lopez’s producing partner, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas. But little is known about it other than that it's presumably about attractive women with children and the younger men who desire them.

If this plot sounds familiar, that’s because it kind of is. Not just because there have been a bevy of comedies focused on the concept of a "MILF," but because it is the comedic flip side of Lopez’s latest live-action role in “The Boy Next Door.”

The Universal movie, which was filmed on a $4 million budget, has grossed more than $48 million worldwide since its January release, according to Box Office Mojo. Lopez stars as a teacher and mother who gets involved in an inappropriate sexual relationship with her much younger next-door neighbor. Things go dangerously awry when it turns out the boy is obsessive, controlling and downright crazy.

“Mothers I’d Like To ...” is being billed as a comedy, so it will likely deal with similar subject matter in a drastically different way. J.Lo will produce the movie through her Nuyorican Productions company, along with Goldsmith-Thomas and Benny Medina. Mark Perez will pen the script. His writing credits include the comedies “Accepted” and “Herbie Fully Loaded.”

This project is still in the early stages of development, so no release date or synopsis is available. What do you think of a J.Lo "MILF" comedy? Comment below or tweet your thoughts to @TylerMcCarthy.