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While raunchy, outrageous comedies starring women aren't exactly unheard of (well, there was 'The Sweetest Thing'), funny female flicks tend to be a tad tamer than your typical wacked-out bromance.

We all know that women can be almost as crazed and desperate as the next guy, so we'd like to see a few films that reflect this reality. The upcoming 'Desperados,' starring Isla Fisher, is being billed as a female 'Hangover,' and thus seems to be a step in the right direction.

Here are some other popular bromantic comedies as Hollywood might rework them with female leads. And who better to star in most of them than Cameron Diaz and Kate Hudson, who not only possess the requisite screwball chops, but are also really cute? (We're are talking Hollywood here).
While raunchy, outrageous comedies starring women aren't exactly unheard of (well, there was 'The Sweetest Thing'), funny female flicks tend to be a tad tamer than your typical wacked-out bromance.

We all know that women can be almost as crazed and desperate as the next guy, so we'd like to see a few films that reflect this reality. The upcoming 'Desperados,' starring Isla Fisher, is being billed as a female 'Hangover,' and thus seems to be a step in the right direction.

Here are some other popular bromantic comedies as Hollywood might rework them with female leads. And who better to star in most of them than Cameron Diaz and Kate Hudson, who not only possess the requisite screwball chops, but are also really cute? (We're are talking Hollywood here).

'The 30-Year-Old Virgin'
Diaz -- in 'Being John Malkovich' mode -- is a goodhearted department store saleswoman whose more sexually experienced yet unfulfilled female co-workers cook up various schemes to get her laid already. Includes hilarious bikini waxing scene and a creepy floor manager who offers his services (Rainn Wilson). Diaz's character finally finds sex -- and true love -- with a shy customer who happens to be a cool, divorced dad (Paul Rudd).


'The Wedding Hijackers'
Diaz and Hudson are two romantic/delusional single women who impersonate wedding planners and charm/force couples into throwing weddings based on the wacky duo's own twisted fantasies. After many mishaps and a few tears, they find love with two equally romantic/delusional groomsmen (Bradley Cooper and Owen Wilson).


'Superhot'
Kat Dennings (who gains 20 pounds for the role) and Ari Graynor play two high school losers who are invited to a blowout the last day of senior year by a popular jock classmate (Zac Efron). The girls' even geekier friend (Ellen Page with prosthetic dentures) uses the name Fluffy Kitaen to buy booze for the party. Amazingly she winds up scoring the most male attention. Ultimately the Dennings and Graynor characters realize that their friendship is more important than hotties like Efron. (Cameron Diaz and Kate Hudson play party-busting cops.)


'Pomegranate Express'
Hudson and Diaz play a neurotic, New Age health fanatic and her equally neurotic herbal remedy guru. After they get high on a super-potent blend of Valerian tea with pomegranate infusion, the Hudson character accidentally witnesses the guru's supplier cutting the Valerian with Lipton tea. The duo become fugitives from an international health-food cartel.

'Super Models'
Diaz and Hudson are two fashion models who must do 100 hours of community service in a Big Sister program after mauling a photographer who said they looked fat during a shoot. Assigned a depressed, anorexic kid and cheerful, chubby inner-city teen, they learn a lot about life and healthy body image.



'Ingrid and Ludmila go to Whole Foods'
Multicultural friends Diaz and Hudson (of Swedish and Russian descent, respectively) get the munchies one night and embark on a mishap-filled journey to the nearest Whole Foods. Cameo by Neil Patrick Harris as foulmouthed womanizer who tries to pick them up. Much humor involving defying stereotypes about Scandinavians and Eastern Europeans.


'Salesclerks'
Low-budget talky film about one day in the life of clothing store salesclerk (Hudson) who is called into work on her day off, and of her buddy (Diaz) who works in the nail salon next door. They visit each other's workplaces and mock customers, discuss their favorite reality TV shows, and wind up doing Power Yoga on the roof.


'Knocked Up'
Katherine Heigl is a sloppy, immature (but goodhearted) party girl who has a one night stand with slick, successful TV executive (Seth Rogen). She gets pregnant and has no desire to either contact him or keep the baby, but he finds out and talks her into having the child, despite the harping of his brother and sister-in-law (Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann). Includes hilarious scene in gynecologist's office with Heigl character's freaked-out female friends (Diaz and Hudson).


'Step Sisters'
Diaz and Hudson play two super-competitive, high-level executives who've lost their jobs due to the recession and are forced to live at home with their parents. When Diaz's mom and Hudson's dad get hitched, the two must learn to share bunkbeds and get along.


'I Hate You, Woman'
A recently engaged woman (Hudson) with an overabundance of friends begins ceremoniously 'breaking up' with them as she struggles to narrow down her wedding party. When she winds up virtually friendless and too emotionally dependent on her fiance, she realizes the error of her ways and mends fences, opting for city hall nuptials.