Mila Kunis
Milo Kunis teased the upcoming sequel to “Bad Moms” on Tuesday at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. Getty Images

Las Vegas - Moviegoers haven’t seen the last of “Bad Moms.” On Tuesday, STX Entertainment announced details about the upcoming sequel starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn.

Set to begin filming in Atlanta next month, Kunis was on hand at CinemaCon 2017 in Las Vegas to tease the second installment, “A Bad Moms Christmas.”

“I think people responded to it because its so honest,” Mila said of the success of last year’s R-rated comedy. “We had the best time.”

STXfilms Chairman Adam Fogelson touted the upcoming sequel by describing Christmas as “Super Bowl for moms” while Kunis talked about how she celebrated the holiday growing up. As a child, Mila said that she was a “Russian refugee Jew” and being “very poor,” didn’t always have the most elaborate holidays.

Kunis also dished own her own motherhood experiences onstage. Three months after welcoming her second child with husband Ashton Kutcher, Kunis admitted to needing to readjust. “It’s different,” she said of having two children. “You forget what sleepless nights are like.”

Ahead of filming the sequel, Kunis expressed excitement over reconnecting with her co-stars. “Any excuse for us to get paid to hang out,” she quipped.

While STX was not able to release a trailer for the upcoming comedy due to its stage in production, they did share a taste of what the movie will be about. A clip showed the downfall of Christmas for mothers, including scenes of tree fiascos, upset over presents, Black Friday madness and, of course, screaming kids.

“A Bad Moms Christmas” lands in theaters Nov. 3.