Sunday, June 17, 2007

Everyone in the World is Part of "Baby Mama"

According to Cinematical, the upcoming Tina Fey flick, Baby Mama, will feature Ms. Fey, Amy Poehler, Greg Kinnear, Maura Tierney and Sigourney Weaver. That is what I call a star-studded cast.

Fey tasted mucho Hollywood success with Mean Girls, but this will be her first real chance to soak in some serious spotlight. Hopefully, this comedy will measure up to the potential of its superstar cast. If nothing else, the Fey/Poehler combo guarantees at least a few laughing fits.

If you aren't familiar with the premise of Baby Mama, Cinematical describes it like this:

"If you're fuzzy about the plot -- Mama is about a successful businesswoman (Fey) who wants a child, but not at the expense of her career. To avoid the whole maternity thing, she hires Poehler to be her surrogate, and Weaver's company represents the rented womb."

You can read the full story from Cinematical right here.

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