In “Bad Moms 2”, Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn see their respective mothers arrive without warning for the holiday season. During the promotion, Mila Kunis ensured that the film is dotted with real-life situations, and remembered a failed Christmas with Ashton Kutcher and their daughter Wyatt.
Bad Moms 2 : help, mum is coming
After rejecting the retrograde model of the perfect mother advocated by the majority of those around them, Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) are back in Bad Moms 2released in 2017. And even if many things have changed in their daily life, stress resurfaces as the Christmas holidays approachthe three heroines wanting to give their children a dream New Year’s Eve.
Already on the verge of implosion, they also have to deal with impromptu visits from their respective mothers, played by Christine Baranski, Cheryl Hines and Susan Sarandon. Faced with somewhat exaggerated declarations of love, somewhat unjustified reproaches and somewhat gratuitous nastiness, Amy, Kiki and Carla are going to experience a quite traditional Christmas, after which everyone promises to avoid the ordeal. ‘Next year. However, they can count on each other to hold on.
Jay Hernandez, Justin Hartley and Christina Applegate round out the cast of this Jon Lucas and Scott Moore sequel, filled with uplifting scenes like mother-daughter confrontations and a memorable waxing session overseen by the genius Kathryn Hahn. in great shape.
A film that feels lived for Mila Kunis
During the promotion of Bad Moms 2Mila Kunis ensures thatshe knows very well the pressure felt by Amy, Kiki and Carla as the holidays approach. Asked by TODAYthe actress says:
I think the film is incredibly fair. My playmates and I realized we had so much to say about Christmas. A lot of that is sprinkled throughout the movie…these are true stories.
A few months before the release of the feature film, the actress recounts the Christmas she organized with her companion Ashton Kutcher for their daughter Wyatt, then two years old. Quoted by USA TodayMila Kunis humorously explains:
We both put a lot of pressure on ourselves to make Christmas morning magical. That’s what we did for our two-year-old, who didn’t give a damn.
Little Wyatt didn’t at first did not understand the presence of a man with a big beard and dressed in a red suit at home:
The fact that a stocky man walking through our chimney, appearing in our house, dropping off presents and eating cookies made him cry. There was nothing magical about it. She was like, “Why is Santa Claus in my house?” So it was a failure.
The little girl also didn’t care that there might be Santa’s snowy footprints in her living room. The actress concludes:
I was cleaning the flour thinking, “That sucks.” (…) It was a disaster. A desaster.