Mila Kunis is tired of living a perfect life.

Saddled with two children and a full-time job, Kunis is eventually pushed to her limits when last-minute PTA meetings and bake sales for her kids' school won't stop creeping up. When Christina Applegate's character requests that the moms bake foods that are gluten free, dairy free, salt free, BPA free, essentially everything free, Kunis has enough.

In the first trailer for the upcoming comedy Bad Moms, Kunis recruits Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn to help take down the "perfect moms," which includes Applegate's character and Jada Pinkett Smith. "There are so many f--king rules now," Hahn's character complains.

"We all work too damn hard trying to make our kids' lives amazing and magical," Kunis says in the narration. "Their lives are already amazing and magical."

Cue the crazy rides in a new sports car (bye bye, minivan), late-night drinking with the self-dubbed "bad moms" and the purchasing of "store-bought doughnut holes" and sugary cereal for the bake sale.

"I'm going to destroy you," Applegate warns.

While plotting their takedown, Bell and Hahn also team up against Kunis because of her "mom bra."

Bad Moms, Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, Katherine Hahn

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"It looks like you wrapped an ace bandage around yourself like three times," says Hahn. "It's like an eye mask! You like put it in the fridge."

"You've got a very Boys Don't Cry thing happening right now," Bell adds.

E! News' Marc Malkin caught up with the rebellious trio, who told him that there was one star in particular who was exceptionally crude on set. "This group is really, really, really raunchy," Hahn said at CinemaCon.

"I would say Annie Mumolo. Annie is the raunchiest," Kunis confessed.

Hahn added, "I would say Jada Pinkett-Smith is pretty raunchy too."

We'll just have to wait until July 29 to see just how raunchy these ladies can be! Are you excited for Bad Moms? Sound off in the comments. 

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