First Trailer for WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU’RE EXPECTING Starring Elizabeth Banks and Cameron Diaz

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The first trailer for What to Expect When You’re Expecting has debuted and it’s actually not bad at all. Given the film’s large ensemble and multiple storyline style, I figured we were in for the Valentine’s Day of baby movies, but What to Expect actually looks like a solid comedy. The standouts here are Elizabeth Banks and Rob Heubel, with the latter playing a man who really, really shouldn’t be a father. Unlike Valentine’s Day or New Year’s Eve, this movie appears to be actually telling real stories with interesting characters, with some solid laughs thrown in for good measure.

Hit the jump to watch the trailer. The cast also includes Anna Kendrick, Cameron Diaz, Dennis Quaid, Jennifer Lopez, Chris Rock, Chace Crawford, Matthew Morrison, Brooklyn Decker, Thomas Lennon, and Wendy McLendon-Covey. [Update: We've been sent a high resolution image from the film, which is now included after the jump].

Click over to Yahoo! to watch in HD.

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  • gimpsuit

    Elizabeth Banks is a skank. I liked her the first few times I saw her, but she’s worn out her elcome and annoyes me in everything she’s in.

    • Bonobo

      Nonsense, Elizabeth Banks is awesome and does cheerfully neurotic lunacy better than anyone. She and Amanda Peet should do a movie together, playing a pair of serial killing sisters.

      This movie however, not looking so hot.

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  • ella

    This looks like fun, I like the cast for the most part.

  • Sal

    What is it in Hollywood these day and they need to add 20 famous people in one movie? My worry is that this some times happens because the movie is not good “he is just not that into you” or has no actual plot “valentine’s day”. and from the little dialogue we got from the trailer I think they believe been rude, calling others bitches and curshing is funny. Make a funny comedy. Please! Did you run out of fun in the 90′s?

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