Director: Jim Field Smith
Writer: Jason A. Micallef
Cast: Olivia Wilde (Brooke Swinkowski), Hugh Jackman (Boyd Bolton), Ashley Greene (Kaitlen Pickler), Jennifer Garner (Laura Pickler), Alicia SIlverstone (Julie Emmet), Ty Burrell (Bob Pickler), Pruitt Taylor Vince (Ned Eaten), Kristen Schaal (Carol-Ann Stevenson), Rob Corddry (Ethan Emmet), Phyllis Smith (Nancy)
Released: October 5, 2012 (USA)
Running time: 90 minutes
MPAA: R — language, sexual content
Laura Pickler is the kind of woman who doesn’t accept defeat lightly. That’s why when her husband, 15-time winner of the town’s butter carving competition, wants to step down, she takes it upon herself to win the championship title herself. And she’ll do whatever it takes to save her family’s reign in the spotlight, even if it means complete sabotage of her two biggest competitors — a 10-year-old foster child and husband’s hard-living mistress.
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• Kate Hudson was set to play Brooke, but dropped out to do Something Borrowed instead. She was replaced by Olivia Wilde.
‘The Boy from Battle Creek’ narrator: But no-one could imagine the show stopper the boy from Battle Creek would pull out this year: A life size replica of The Last Supper, that the Des Moines Register called “Better than the original.”
Laura Pickler: I plan on proudly bearing his children.
Brooke Swinkowski: So, you want a cookie ’cause you’re going to get pregnant? I get pregnant, like, once a month!