Bad Moms will be counted as a funny, relatable, true-to life movie of the mom revolution. The summer movie is a comedy about moms who struggle to balance the perfect life, complete chaos and mommytime. The movie is written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, who also wrote the Hangover. Lucas and Moore who are both fathers, looked to their wives lives when writing “Bad Moms”.
Bad Moms Movie
Amy has a seemingly perfect life – a great marriage, over-achieving kids, beautiful home and a career. However her over-worked and over-committed schedule has her on the verge of exhaustion to the point that she’s about to snap. Amy is fed up and joins forces with two other over-stressed moms on a quest to liberate themselves from conventional responsibilities.
Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, Jay Hernandez, Clark Duke, Annie Mumolo, Jada Pinkett Smith and Christina Applegate star in Bad Moms. Mother’s everywhere will related to the comedy, bad mom moment experiences and life lessons. Bad Moms takes the shame out of motherhood and put things in perspective for mothers nationwide.
Mila Kunis and Kathryn Hahn Bad Mom Moments
Mila Kunis has only been a mom for 21 months and she already has several bad mom moments. Her child was seven to eight months old and she was driving to visit my husband at work when she realized she forgot to buckle up her sons car seat. ” I put her in the car. Like, I high five myself. I’m driving down the 101. And I was like oh, my God, I’m doing really good today. And he was being really quiet, and I was like, oh, let me look in the rearview mirror to make sure everything’s okay. And I look, and she’s happy as can be, but just not nearly strapped in.” She turned completely white, pulled up to her husband’s work and just burst out crying. She is not alone.
Kathryn Hahn has 2 children and thinks the movie has a great message of solidarity. She feels like, so often moms and mommies in movies are kind of painted with like a saintly glow around them. “And we know that that’s just not the truth. And we’ve got so much more complexity than anyone could–so, I was so excited to just to see mommyhood examined from like the way that we all know it, or at least would love to experience,” she said. When it comes to motherhood today, it’s not the same culture where your mom comes over to help you babysit. So, you depend on your pals or other amazing women that are going through it or have gone through it or can like–so, thank God. You can’t do it by yourself. And it takes a village. We’re all in it together. We can’t just lessen those expectations, Kathryn Hahn adds.
Both ladies have had bad mom moments with their kids during diaper changes and in the car seat. We laughed hysterically as they shared their experiences.
Bad Moms Fun Facts
- The movie was filmed in New Orleans and set in Chicago.
- The school exterior shots were filmed at Ursuline Academy in New Orleans, the oldest girls school still operational in the United States.
- They squeezed in 200 people into a small living room to film the mom party scene for three days during torrential rainstorms in New Orleans. Everything outside was flooded.
Christine Applegate’s (Gwendolynne) mother is played by her actual mother Nancy Priddy.
- YouTube star Lilly Singh (iisuperwomanii) has a cameo.
- No. They did not drink alcohol in all the scenes. They drank a lot of juice.
- Check back again next week for additional FUN facts.
Tickets and Trailer
Bad Moms comes to theaters July 29th. Whether you are a working mom, single mom, soccer mom, fed up mom, fit mom, rock star mom or a mom in search of perfection, we are all Bad Moms. So make sure to plan your Bad Moms Night out and give yourself the Mother’s Day you deserve. Your girlfriends will thank you for it. Get tickets now: http://www.badmomstickets.com/
For additional information visit the Official Website!