What to Expect When You're Expecting! Meet the Moms!

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What to Expect When You\'re Expecting! Meet the Moms!
What to Expect When You\'re Expecting! Meet the Moms!
What to Expect When You\'re Expecting! Meet the Moms!
What to Expect When You\'re Expecting! Meet the Moms!
What to Expect When You\'re Expecting! Meet the Moms!
What to Expect When You\'re Expecting! Meet the Moms!
The new flick “What To Expect When You’re Expecting” is a hilarious new comedy about the intertwined lives of five different couples that are all expecting their first child. It’s like “Love Actually” with babies!

The cast is jam packed with celebs, with everyone from Chace Crawford to Jennifer Lopez, but let’s meet the moms and the A-Listers who play them in “What To Expect When You’re Expecting.”

Brooklyn Decker: Decker plays the young and blonde Skyler, whose married to her much older husband played by Dennis Quaid. She’s basically a trophy wife and according to her characters tagline, pregnancy makes her, “have all this extra energy. Plus, I’m like crazy horny.”

Cameron Diaz: Diaz plays Jules, a TV fitness guru whose partner is “Glee” star Matthew Morrison, who plays the host of a TV dance show. When Jules gets knocked up, she says, “If I knew I’d have a rack like this, I would’ve gotten knocked up years ago.”

Elizabeth Banks: Banks plays Wendy, a baby-crazy lady who finds out that pregnancy isn’t easy breezy like the mommy magazines promised it would be. Her character jokes, “I’m calling bullshit! Pregnancy sucks.”

Jennifer Lopez: Jennifer Lopez plays, Holly, a women in the process of adopting but her husband begins to panic and joins an all-male “Dad Support group” who make raising a baby seem harder than it is.

Anna Kendrick: Kendrick plays Rosie, a food-truck chef who hooks up with rival chef, played by Chace Crawford in a one-night-stand that ends up in an unexpected pregnancy. She doesn’t know what’s more surprising, the baby bump or how hot her baby daddy is.

“What to Expect When You’re Expecting” is DUE on May 11, 2012.
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