Brooklyn Decker Will Expect Twins in 'What to Expect When You're Expecting'

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Model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker was one of the many beautiful ladies in contention for the role of "Not Megan Fox" in this weekend's "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," but failed to nab the part. That's OK -- her career seems to be going just fine without giant robots punching each other while she runs away in terror.

Decker co-starred in Adam Sandler's rom-com "Just Go with It," has the summer tentpole "Battleship" next year -- and now she's got one on the way. Lionsgate has just announced that Decker is joining the ensemble comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecing."

The movie takes the best-selling pregnancy guide and spins it into a "Valentine's Day"-esque comedy which will feature Decker, Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez as three halves of four couples ready to pop a few kids out.

In the film, Decker will play Skyler, a chipper woman married to a much older man. Of course, she's pregnant, but the twist is she's having not one, but two babies. Since when can people have two babies at once?! That's insane!

"What to Expect When You're Expecting" will be directed by Kirk Jones ("Waking Ned Devine," "Nanny McPhee") and begins shooting this summer for a May 11, 2012 release. With this and "Battleship," it sounds like movie-going audiences will be getting their own pair of Brooklyn Decker twins next year.