The star studded film, which highlights different storylines sorted out around the occasion (much like Marshall’s different movies Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve), incorporates any semblance of Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis.
In the trailer we consider Aniston to be Sandy, a single parent of two young men, whose ex has recently remarried a much more youthful lady, played by Pretty Little Liars’ Shay Mitchell.
Sudeikis’ character Bradley battles through the ponderousness of being a single parent to a 16-year-old little girl, as she endures average young anxiety, contending with her father and sending him on tampon runs.
In the mean time, Hudson’s Jesse infrequently sees her mom, yet is compelled to invest some quality family energy when her guardians startlingly appear at her home following a 20-hour street trip.
While the film concentrates on Mother’s Day, Roberts’ character Miranda – an effective TV host and author – doesn’t have children of her own to go through the occasion with, as she’s picked vocation over a crew. Be that as it may, in bits of the trailer, she appears to bond with Kristen, played by Britt Robertson, who’s never met her organic mother in the wake of being embraced.
The drama is slated for an April 29 release.