'Friends With Kids': Maya Rudolph and Chris O'Dowd Argue Over Suitors for Jennifer Westfeldt (Video)
Written and directed by Westfeldt, the ensemble comedy opens in theaters Friday.
Maya Rudolph and Chris O'Dowd play a couple in Jennifer Westfeldt's Friends With Kids.
In a scene released Friday, Rudolph and O'Dowd's Leslie and Alex argue over Julie's struggles with finding a successful partner and they begin to go down a list of men who could be suitable -- including one who was in prison.
Friends With Kids centers on a close group of friends whose lives and relationships begin to change after children arrive. The last two single friends Jason and Julie (Adam Scott and Westfeldt, respectively) decide to have a child without the complications of a romantic relationship.
"It's not that hard," Leslie exclaims after Alex tells her he has no prospects for her friend Julie. "That's ridiculous. We find somebody younger like your age."
"Well that's not going to happen," Alex says.
Watch the rest of the scene to find out why.
Friends With Kids, co-starring Kristen Wiig, Jon Hamm, Ed Burns and Megan Fox, opens March 9.
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