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.

   



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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]

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