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Stylist has exclusively got hold of a poster for one of the most exciting films of the summer - a comedy that brings together four of the actors from last year's hit Bridesmaids.

Set for release in the UK on Friday June 29, the ensemble comedy is written, produced and directed by Jennifer Westfeldt, Jon Hamm's real-life partner, who also stars in the film.

Above, from left to right: Maya Rudolph, Chris O'Dowd, Kristen Wiig, Jon Hamm, Adam Scott and Jennifer Westfeldt

Westfeldt plays Julie, a charitable investment advisor in her 30s who decides with her longtime friend Jason (Adam Scott) that they should have a child together - without any romantic involvement.

They reach the decision after watching their friends' marriages suffer with the onset of parenthood - with Alex (Chris O’Dowd) and Leslie (Maya Rudolph) descending into mess of nappies and howling children, while Ben and Missy (Jon Hamm and Kristen Wiig), are a sex-driven couple whose ardour has been cooled by the arrival of their offspring.

However, despite their best intentions, Julie and Jason's relationship does become more complicated when they have a baby and Julie realises she's in love with her friend - but he's dating Broadway dancer Mary Jane (Megan Fox), above.

Watch the UK trailer for the film, below, and let us know your thoughts on Twitter or in the comments section below.

For more info check out the Friends with Kids Facebook Page.

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