Julia Roberts and Garry Marshall are teaming up for the fourth time in the upcoming comedy, Mother's Day, and ET has a first look!
Roberts plays Miranda, an ambitious author, in the film, whose story intertwines with Jennifer Aniston's character, single mom Sandy.
"I'm here for a job!" Aniston's character says in the clip.
Marshall directs the star-studded film, which holds some similarities to the first film he worked with Roberts on, 1990's Pretty Woman. Roberts' red wig is reminiscent of the blonde number she wore in the 1990 rom-com, and Hector Elizando also co-stars. The 79-year-old actor played the snooty hotel manager in Pretty Woman.
The movie is also the latest in Marshall's holiday movie series that began with 2010's Valentine's Day and 2011's New Year's Eve.
Mother's Day, also starring Kate Hudson, Timothy Olyphant, Jason Sudeikis, Sarah Chalke, Shay Mitchell, Margo Martindale and Jon Lovitz, hits theaters April 29.