A Bad Moms Christmas Red Band Trailer: The Bad Moms Are Back

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"Christmas is a magical time, full of wonderful and exciting joy". A Bad Moms Christmas arrives in theaters November 3. If you enjoyed the first movie starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn, looks like more of the same except it's during Christmas.

"I feel like a giant stress ball from, like, November to New Years", Kunis' character says during an admission that we can totally relate to.

As reported by Screen Rant, the red-band trailer for A Bad Moms Christmas has officially been released by STX Entertainment and all of the stars are back.

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Actresses Cheryl Hines, Christine Baranski, and Susan Sarandon join the returning cast to play the bad moms' mothers.

Forget three French hens - Christmas is about to have three Bad Moms.

She and her overwhelmed mom friends show up at the mall, where they glimpse the carnage of last-minute shopping. Their holiday season will get even more complicated, though, when their own mothers, played by Christine Baranski, Susan Sarandon, and Cheryl Hines, show up, expecting a flawless Christmas.

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For those wanting to watch the trailer for A Bad Moms Christmas, you can check it out by clicking this link. "By the end of the journey, our moms will redefine how to make the holidays special for all and discover a closer relationship with their mothers".

The film also reunites the creative team of Bad Moms, writers/directors Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, producer Suzanne Todd, and executive producers Bill Block and Mark Kamine.

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