Fans have finally been given a peek at Kiwi comedy legend Rose Matafeo's first starring role in a feature film, which sees her character grapple with pregnancy and impending motherhood.
Baby Done stars Matafeo alongside Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis and has her playing a wannabe adventurer named Zoe who "freaks out" when she and her boyfriend Tim fall pregnant.
The latest from Piki Films - the Kiwi production house behind Taika Waititi's Hunt For The Wilderpeople and The Breaker Upperers - follows the couple's journey as Tim embraces the prospect of starting a family while Zoe attempts to rush through her dreams.
In the first trailer for the flick, Matafeo's pregnant character dons a harness and scales a huge tree, goes clubbing and takes her partner bungy-jumping, among other unorthodox activities for an expectant mother.
"Because Tim and Zoe’s pregnancy catches them off guard, their initial instinct is that they haven't achieved enough, which is something lots of people are likely to relate to," Matafeo said of the film.
Baby Done is a semi-autobiographical story from husband-wife team Sophie Henderson and Curtis Vowell - writer and director respectively - inspired by their own reaction to starting a family.
"Sophie and I are so excited to share our film with the world," Vowell said in a statement.
"Baby Done came out of our fear of growing up and settling down. We thought it might help if we made a film about it, but we still don't feel very grown up."
The film also features a host of other well-known Kiwi actors and comedians including Madeleine Sami, Kura Forrester, Alice Snedden and Angella Dravid.
Baby Done hits cinemas later this year.