See Rachel McAdams and Kathy Bates in Are You There God? It's me, Margaret First look

In different first appearance photographs of Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret, Abby Ryder Fortson stars as the titular eleven-year-old whose life changes 

New York City to suburban New Jersey, all the while "going through the messy and tumultuous agony of puberty with new friends at a new college,

Rachel McAdams plays Margaret's mother, Barbara, who is also adjusting to the massive city mentality, and Kathy Bates as Margaret's grandmother

The film, an adaptation of Blume's 1970 novel, is written and directed by Kelly Fremon Craig, who made 2016 the threshold of Seventeen

Says Bates, "The book is clearly about a younger woman who is becoming a young woman and embracing her femininity

And I guess women throughout the duration of the records were taught to feel negatively about their bodies and almost the strategies their bodies

McAdams tells people she was glad to have the writer on set at some point in the making of the film: "Watching her see her book come to life

Tell me about the 2018 cutoff date, director Fremon Craig said Seventeen's edge led Blume to grant him the rights

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