Even though the holidays aren’t yet done, Hollywood is getting a head start on the spring, announcing today that A Bad Mom’s Christmas will hit store shelves on February 6, 2018, two weeks after it debuts on digital.
The film, which has already cashed in over $65 million at the domestic box office, reunites our original trio of overworked and under-appreciated suburban Chicago moms as they attempt to navigate the Super Bowl for moms: Christmas. Debunking the usual traditions, they just want Christmas to be fun and stress free, a feat that isn’t easily accomplished when each of their own moms make a visit for the holiday.
The home video release will feature deleted scenes, a gag real, and theatrical trailers - a slight let down considering the plethora of special feature possibilities.
A Bad Mom’s Christmas is still playing in theaters and stars Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, Cheryl Hines, Christine Baranski and Susan Sarandon.