The Other Woman

Have you ever wondered whatwould happen if the wife (Leslie Mann) and the other woman (Cameron Diaz) of amarried man (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) discover that they aren’t alone in hisrevolving fun

Have you ever wondered what would happen if the wife (Leslie Mann) and the other woman (Cameron Diaz) of a married man (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) discover that they aren’t alone in his revolving funhouse? Or how about questioning what happened to Nick Cassavetes, who followed up the promise of John Q, The Notebook, and Alpha Dog with the treacle of My Sister’s Keeper and the foul stench of Yellow prior to taking the helm of this Melissa Stack sisterhood fantasy? The aforementioned unsuspecting pair hooks up with another woman (Kate Upton) only to present them with yet another “other woman,” which, by this point, is just too many women to keep track of. But it seems someone (a studio executive with high hopes) expects Cassavetes to juggle all these ladies with a bit of workmanlike skill on his way to the inevitable happy ending. Opens wide April 25. (PG-13) Not screened in time for review

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