After the success of this summer’s Bad Moms, STX announced it was staying in the family game with a spinoff, Bad Dads. But while that film has a release date set for July 14 of next year, the writing-directing team behind the original film, Jon Lucas and Scott Moore (The Hangover), say they’re also looking to give those bad mothers a sequel of their own.
After earning big laughs throughout this summer’s Bad Moms, the cast ended the movie with even more of them — and some “awws” — by each sitting down with their own moms.
“Of course you lie to your kids,” Bell’s mom matter-of-factly says in this exclusive clip from the Bad Moms Blu-ray release. Later, she recounts the day her daughter was born: “When I went into labor and stuff, I didn’t even ask if it was a boy or girl. I just asked for Demerol.”
Bad Moms is getting a spinoff: Bad Dads will be arriving in theaters July 14, 2017, STX Entertainment announced Monday.
Not all couples counselors are created equal. Some happen to be Wanda Sykes.
In Bad Moms, Sykes makes a crowd-pleasing cameo appearance as a therapist tasked with helping Amy (Mila Kunis) and Mike (David Walton) save their crumbling marriage. Unfortunately, it’s a job even Sykes’ character can’t handle: the relationship is so toxic, she only has one bit of advice.
As someone with three-year-old twin boys and an exhausted saint of a wife at home, I can say without any hesitation that being a mom is the hardest job there is. Nothing even comes close. And lately, it seems to just be getting harder and harder, as self-righteous, scolding mommy blogs constantly jackhammer home the feeling that everything you do is not only wrong, but also probably criminally negligent. That your kid will be Charles Manson if you don’t follow all of the rules. Maybe it’s always been this way. But certainly not to this degree.
Here’s our suspicion: It’s going to turn out that being a “bad mom” means being a super fun one! As this new trailer for Bad Moms indicates, it’s certainly a lot more interesting.
The pressure on the modern day mother to be perfect can be rather intense. The idea behind Bad Moms – in theaters July 29 and written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore (who wrote The Hangover) – is what could happen when a handful of moms, played by Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn and Kristen Bell, decide that they have had it.
Never say the folks in charge of craft services on a film set aren’t, well, crafty. Take the scene pictured above in the upcoming comedy Bad Moms (in theaters July 29). Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn portray three moms who have had it with the pressure to do every part of motherhood and career perfectly. The trio hangs out, alcohol gets consumed, and then before you know it, they are running through the grocery store, pulling items off the shelves.
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