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A judge has blocked Jennifer Lopez's ex-husband from releasing a proposed film featuring footage of their sex life, a rep for the Los Angeles Superior Court told

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant issued the temporary order Monday against Ojani Noa, who has been shopping his proposed film, How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J. Lo and Ojani Story. A hearing is scheduled for Tuesday to determine whether to extend the order.

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Lopez, who's married to singer Marc Anthony and has two children with him, filed a $10 million lawsuit against Noa, a chef, on Friday and requested an injunction preventing the release of any home-video footage of her. Noa's film reportedly includes footage of the couple in sexual situations, including their 1997 honeymoon.The proposed movie may violate a non-disclosure agreement between Lopez, 40, and Noa, 35, Chalfant said, in which Noa said he would not disclose personal information about the multi-hyphenate.

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Two years ago, Noa was ordered to pay Lopez $545,000 for breach of contract after he threatened to pen a tell-all book about their time together.Lopez and Noa married in February 1997 and divorced 11 months later. Lopez later hired Noa to manage her L.A. restaurant, Madre's, in April 2002, but he was fired that October.