When you go see New Year’s Eve this weekend (first off, don’t), and you are disappointed by Jessica Biel‘s pregnancy subplot, you only have to wait a little while longer. Lionsgate is delivering the movie of your dreams this summer with What to Expect When You’re Expecting. Based on Heidi Murkoff‘s novel, the ensemble features Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Brooklyn Decker, Anna Kendrick, Elizabeth Banks, Chase Crawford, Matthew Morrison, Chris Rock, Thomas Lennon, Dennis Quaid and that funny girl you liked in Bridesmaids.
It look like utter crap, as expected, but one wonders why the usually smart Banks and Hendrick would be involved in a film like this. I suppose we all have to pay the bills. There is somewhat funny banter between Lennon and his gang, but other than that I’ll only be seeing this if my hand is forced. Check out the film trailer below via Yahoo.
What to Expect When You’re Expecting arrives on May 11th as conter-programming for Tim Burton‘s Dark Shadows and Sacha Baron Cohen‘s The Dictator.
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