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Having admired her performance in Hard Candy, Reitman cast Ellen Page in the lead role, saying that when he read the screenplay for the first time he pictured her as Juno. Simmons, who had featured in his previous film, Thank You for Smoking, not telling him that he intended Simmons to play Mac.

He visited her on the set of a film on which she was working to offer her the role. Simmons says that, after reading the script, he would have been happy to play even the high school teacher who has no speaking lines.

Not long before her baby is due, Juno is again visiting Mark when their interaction becomes emotional.

Mark then tells her he will be leaving Vanessa to figure his life out.

Ann Hulbert of Slate magazine believed that Juno "[undercut] both pro-life and pro-choice purism." Jeff Dawson of The Sunday Times believed that the film was inevitably placed in the "unwanted pregnancy subgenre" with Knocked Up and Waitress due to its subject matter but thought that its interpretation as a pro-life film only "muddied the waters".

Not long after, Juno goes into labor and is rushed to the hospital, where she gives birth to a baby boy.

Juno maintains an outwardly indifferent attitude toward Paulie, but when she learns he has asked another girl to the upcoming prom, she angrily confronts him.

Paulie reminds Juno that it is at her request they remain distant and tells her that she broke his heart.

She decides against abortion, and she decides to give the baby up for adoption.

With the help of her friend Leah, Juno searches the ads in the Pennysaver and finds a couple she feels will provide a suitable home.

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