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Topic - Kirk Jones
The stars of the romantic comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecting" had plenty of praise for each other _ and a warning about making out on the hood of a car _ during the film's British premiere in London on Tuesday.
With "The Hunger Games" in the rear-view mirror, the ensemble comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecting" just opened and a 14-month-old at home, Elizabeth Banks is tired.
With "The Hunger Games" in the rear-view mirror, the ensemble comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecting" just ahead and a 14-month-old at home, Elizabeth Banks is tired.
"All the not-so-wonderful things about pregnancy that are possible — like flatulence, acne, constipation, swollen ankles, fatigue and anxiety — happen to Wendy," said director Kirk Jones. "Elizabeth Banks is just a genius comedian and she played everything so beautifully."
"It's like birthing a baby almost!" she said. "Until it's out to the world, there's no end to worrying about it."