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The Trailer For What To Expect When You're Expecting Is HERE!

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Oh man! We weren't sure how this was gonna turn out, but from the looks of this, it actually might be pretty good!

Check out the just-released theatrical trailer for What To Expect When You're Expecting, which stars Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Elizabeth Banks, Chace Crawford, Brooklyn Decker, Anna Kendrick, Matthew Morrison, Dennis Quaid, Chris Rock, and Alcide the werewolf, to name just a few (above)!

And how could we forget?! Kristen Wiig's AMAZING Aussie roommate from Bridesmaids!

Yeah. Consider us sold! We'll totally check this out!

What do U think?? Will U??

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6 comments to “The Trailer For What To Expect When You're Expecting Is HERE!”



  1. 1

    Aussie?? I thought she was English in that movie??

  2. KimiD says – reply to this


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    @ruthio87 - she was.



  3. 3

    Um the Aussie is actually Rebel Wilson who is one of THE funniest Australian comedians!



  4. 4

    Re: ruthio87 – she was english because matt lucas is english and i'm guessing if she had an aussie accent it would be confusing. man i love rebel.



  5. 5

    Her roommates were english you div! matt lucas is english, and his sister also had an english accent



  6. 6

    Well once again we have a movie with a bunch of Hollywood A list celebs and they throw in one African American actor for show. Oh well. I guess we will have to wait for Steve Harvey's movie to come out. Don't get me wrong, I love the Actors featured in this movie, it's just a little sad that black people are tapped to play steriotypical roles or when they need to have the one "black" character.