Stories of Unwed Mothers Take to the Big Screen

Unwed Parents in the Movies

The film Juno, the story of an unmarried teen mother, is up for an Academy Award. The independent film was a success at the box office, as was the summer comedy Knocked Up, which has some wondering why unplanned pregnancy is becoming such a hit on the big screen.

Shawn Edwards, a film critic for FOX TV, discusses whether unwed moms in movies are becoming the next big thing.

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