April 12, 2016 11:45 PM

It didn’t take long for Mila Kunis to figure out one indubitable truth about raising her 18-month-old daughter Wyatt Isabelle.

She’s crazy. Kids are crazy,” the actress, 32, joked Tuesday at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. “I don’t really understand how they’re all alive.”

Kunis’ hilarious comments came as she was joined on the CinemaCon stage by Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, Annie Mumolo, Jada Pinkett Smith and Christina Applegate, all of whom star with her in the upcoming film Bad Moms, an R-rated comedy film about, you guessed it, being a bad mom.

“There’s some part of me that responds to R-rated comedies, I don’t know why,” she told STX Chairman Adam Fogelson and over 4,000 movie theater owners. “I find fart jokes funny — I’m sorry, I do guys. I love these type of movies.”

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While filming the movie, which hits theaters July 29, the topic of discussion on set was quite G-rated: it was all about the kiddos, as all the women have children.

“[Motherhood] is awesome,” Kunis said. “I feel like that’s all we ever talk about when we get together. We talk about kids. We’re all very lucky though. We all have little ones. It’s great.”

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But it’s also a fun challenge.

“Prior to human acknowledgement of ‘Hey, let me keep my child safe,’ if [Wyatt] was here, she would just walk off the ledge,” Kunis said, referencing husband Ashton Kutcher‘s recent anecdote. “She has no concept of depth, which to me … I just don’t get it.”

— Mary Gray

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