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by Mouza   /   10.31.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update

   
 

LOS ANGELES — Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn struck a national chord as over-it mothers interrupting the status quo in last year’s raucous Bad Moms. Now the rowdy threesome are turning their gaze to the traditionally crazed holiday season in A Bad Moms Christmas (in theaters Wednesday).

The holidays are so stressful, especially for mothers, that the Christmas season is ripe for lampooning with a Bad Moms’ twist on a tried-and-true seasonal message.

“If you could just slow it down and take on just a little less responsibility,” says Kunis, who has a daughter, Wyatt, 3, and a son, Dimitri, 11 months, with husband Ashton Kutcher. “Then we as moms, and as people, would just enjoy what holidays are supposed to be: time spent together.”

There are holiday cards to send, presents to buy. But push to do it early to maximize the season, which flies by.

“That’s great because then you can just chill out,” says Hahn, who takes teasing from her friends for sending out the first Christmas card of the season.

Kunis attacks shopping for family and friends in full spreadsheet mode, finishing by Thanksgiving.

“The spreadsheet has what was given last year. I go through it, writing ideas for this year,” says Kunis. “At night, I go online, shop and cross items off the list.” [Source]

by Mouza   /   10.28.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Interviews, Public Appearances, Video

Earlier this month, Kristen visited Harry’s talk show where they got to talk about The Good Place, her husband Dax & her weird instagram. Check out the photos and videos from the interview.

   




by Mouza   /   10.27.2017   /   1 Comment Gallery Update, Public Appearances, Television Projects

I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencaptures of Kristen in last night’s episode of The Good Place. Kristen was in New York & Florida shooting her new project Like Father which is why we only had her appear in the end of the episode.

   

by Mouza   /   10.27.2017   /   0 Comments News

With the Bad Moms Christmas press tour in full action, here’s the announced upcoming interviews she’s listed for:

  • November 01: Conan
  • November 02: The Late Late Show With James Corden (Tickets)
  • November 03: The Talk
by Mouza   /   10.27.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Interviews, Public Appearances, Video

Kristen & her Bad Moms Christmas co-stars Mila Kunis & Kathryn Hahn made a stop at Ellen this morning where they got to talk about their upcoming movie. Check out the videos and pictures from the show.

   



by Mouza   /   10.27.2017   /   0 Comments Video

by Mouza   /   10.27.2017   /   0 Comments Video

by Mouza   /   10.27.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Interviews, Photo Sessions

 

It hasn’t been a good year at the box office — especially for live-action comedies. Over the past 15 months, only three films in the genre — “Bad Moms,” the “Ghostbusters” reboot and “Girls Trip” — were able to crack $100 million in domestic ticket sales.

This is what Suzanne Todd, the producer of “Bad Moms,” has been constantly reminded of in the wake of her film’s success. Yes, the R-rated flick made more money at the multiplex than anyone in the industry had anticipated: $183 million worldwide following its July 2016 release. But given the failure of so many other comedies, what if the film’s success was a fluke? Was it really a good idea to take the risk on a sequel?

“Especially when — gasp! — we wanted to add three stars who were over the age of 35,” Todd said with a laugh.

The first “Bad Moms” followed three mothers — played by Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn — who initially feel inferior to the PTA-attending, bake sale-organizing parents at their kids’ school. But after the trio form a friendship, they relish in their “bad” parenting skills, learning to embrace their supposed imperfections. The sequel, “A Bad Moms Christmas,” adds three bad grandmothers to the mix, those over-35 stars: Susan Sarandon, Cheryl Hines and Christine Baranski — who arrive in town just in time to judge their daughters’ parenting over the holidays.

The second film came together incredibly fast. Following the success of the original, writer-directors Jon Lucas and Scott Moore (the screenwriters who launched “The Hangover” franchise) began working on a screenplay last September — just two months after “Bad Moms” hit theaters. They finished it within a matter of weeks and in December, STX Films announced the sequel was a go. “A Bad Moms Christmas” went into production in April — less than a year after the first one was released — and the movie opens Nov. 1. [Source]

by Mouza   /   10.27.2017   /   0 Comments Video

by Mouza   /   10.27.2017   /   0 Comments Video