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Conception trailer shows ensemble baby making

Josh Stolberg writes and directs an ensemble comedy about conception called, just that, Conception. He previously co-wrote and directed Kids in America, directed The Life Coach and wrote Good Luck Chuck, Sorority Row and Piranha. A strange combination you might think.

However Conception is definitely a comedy and with an interesting mix of names on the cast, what's more the trailer looks pretty fun.

The film stars some names such as Connie Britton, Alan Tudyk, Julie Bowen, Moon Bloodgood and David Arquette to name the most noticeable. Here's the blurb for the film to give you a taster:

Conception is a clever, romantic comedy that proves it takes more than sex to make a baby. From a couple fighting the odds of fertility to young teenagers losing their virginity, the film follows nine very different couples on the night they conceive, showing that sex can sometimes be more neurotic than erotic.

Oh, that didn't feel like the right word to use there. Anyway, Conception does seem to have its moments and it's a topic in life that is one that could provide for plenty of humour and tears, a whole range of emotion. I wonder what it will bring?

Here's the trailer for Conception from TrailerAddict:



This looks like all those other ensemble comedies. Guess there's a small chance it could have something redeemable in it



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