WHO’S IN IT?
Mila Kunis (Black Swan), Kristen Bell (The Boss), Kathryn Hahn (Captain Fantastic), Christine Baranski (Bowfinger), Cheryl Hines (The Ugly Truth), Susan Sarandon (Dead Man Walking), Jay Hernandez (Suicide Squad), Justin Hartley (Red Canyon), Peter Gallagher (American Beauty), Oona Laurence (The Beguiled), Emjay Anthony (Krampus), David Walton (Burlesque), Wanda Sykes (Evan Almighty)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jon Lucas (Bad Moms) and Scott Moore (21 & Over), directors, writers; Suzanne Todd (Memento), producer; Christopher Lennertz (Horrible Bosses), composer; Mitchell Amundsen (Now You See Me), cinematographer; Emma E. Hickox (Rock of Ages) and James Thomas (Hot Tub Time Machine), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Formerly put-upon mothers Amy (Kunis), Kiki (Bell) and Carla (Hahn) decide to rebel against the ultimate threat: sorting out Christmas for their respective families. As they descend more and more into debauchery, some unexpected obstacles arrive in the form of their own overbearing mothers (Baranski, Hines and Sarandon)…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Last year’s Bad Moms became an unexpected comedy hit with critics and audiences, so it’s entirely possible that the same magic can work twice with this festive-themed follow-up.