It’s a strange and wonderful day on the set of Bad Moms, in which the three stars are tasked with dismantling a real-life grocery store.Throughout the course of the afternoon, the women gleefully rip cereal boxes off the wall and pour the contents into their mouths before mixing up a white russians in a milk jug for Hahn to chug.
Certainly watching half of the cast shoot a disjointed montage doesn’t give a fantastic idea of the kind of comedic sensibility the finished film will have, but as long as Scott Moore and Jon Lucas stick to a tone that’s more The Hangover and less 21 & Over, it looks like the two comedy minds have got a fantastic (female-driven!
Over the weekend a Dallas Morning News article popped up on my Facebook feed about Laura’s family.
I immediately recognized her as one of the amazing mama’s I’ve gotten to know through this blog and contacted her to clarify some things that weren’t covered in the DMN article.
Over the course of the food-filled day on set, I had a chance to talk to Hahn, Kunis and Bell along with writer/directors Scott Moore and Jon Lucas and producer Suzanne Todd about the shoot, the impetus behind writing the film and all the fun had on set.
Check out some of the highlights of the visit below to learn all you can about Bad Moms before it hits theaters this July.
Almost as scandalous as doing drugs or sleeping with the boss. Every Indian mother thinks mera beta khoon pasine ki kamai karta hai. It helps them perpetuate this myth of hard-working male provider. So we come home on time to do the stuff we have to do.