- [x155] Movies: What to Expect When You’re Expecting – The Hollywood Reporter
I updated our video and image archive with a “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” TV Spot featuring Anna. More “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” promotional material will be added soon so stay tuned:
Some days ago the first “End of Watch” trailer came out and we had the chance to take a closer look at Anna as Janet. Watch trailer bellow and check captures in the gallery:
I added a few photos with Anna at “What To Expect When You Are Expecting” London Premiere After Party at The Sanderson Hotel:
I filled the gallery with more photos of Anna at “What To Expect When You Are Expecting” London Premiere earlier today, enjoy:
First photos of Anna arriving at The BFI IMAX in London for “What To Expect When You’re Expecting” UK Premiere are here. Take a first look at our beautiful lady and check back again for more:
Videos and captures of women’s panel at “What to Expect When you’re Expecting” Press Conference:
The new comedic drama What to Expect When You’re Expecting isn’t based on the most likely source material. Sure, the book of the same name by Heidi Murkoff has consistently topped bestseller lists since first being published in 1984. In three subsequent editions since then, it has sold almost 15 million copies and become the go-to handbook for modern pregnancy. That’s what makes it an unlikely movie: it’s a self-help text, a practical guide filled with information and tips on the different stages of pregnancy and early childhood.
The film version, Kirk Jones and co-written by Heather Hatch and Shauna Cross, incorporates Murkoff‘s applicable advice into a narrative feature by telling five interconnected stories of pregnancy, each with their own couples and circumstances. That means What to Expect When You’re Expecting stars a sprawling ensemble cast, including Jennifer Lopez, Cameron Diaz, Elizabeth Banks, Rodrigo Santoro, Chris Rock, Brooklyn Decker, Matthew Morrison, Anna Kendrick, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ben Falcone, Chace Crawford, Rob Huebel, and Joe Manganiello.
IAR Managing Editor Jami Philbrick attended the press day for this Lionsgate release in Los Angeles, where Murkoff and Jones, along with much of the all-star ensemble cast, enthusiastically discussed the book, making the movie, drawing from real-life experience, and working with lovely, talented ladies.
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