Rather, he's able to infuse Jessie with some tenderness and humanity, allowing the "hot girl" archetype to get worn down into a real character. Hernandez's role as Jessie not only highlights that parenthood is not a gendered experience in the modern world, but also highlights that the pressures of being a flawless parent still often fall squarely on the shoulders of women. But, interestingly, there was still a way for him to connect to the role that helped soften his performance. To his credit, Hernandez fulfills the duties of his otherwise stereotypical role so well so that it's easy to forget he's primarily there to be eye candy. In one of the first scenes, Vicky played by Annie Mumolo remarks that Jessie is a widower.
Izabella. Age: 28.
They're attractive, often getting objectified for their sex appeal , and, in the end, only serve to help the typically male protagonist's own development rather than get any of their own.
Emilie. Age: 30.
Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Karen Fukuhara & Jay Hernandez
In that way, not matter of much we want to pigeonhole Jessie as just a hot love interest in Bad Moms , he is slyly challenging how we consider modern mothers, and the men who support them, every day. But, interestingly, there was still a way for him to connect to the role that helped soften his performance. It's not often you see an actor in Hollywood embrace a character so intrinsically tied up in negative female stereotypes that it makes for an interesting role reversal.