Entertainment Amy Schumer's brother 'gagged' when he saw her boob in Snatched

12:20  11 may  2017
12:20  11 may  2017 Source:   BANG Showbiz

Amy Schumer 'harassed' Goldie Hawn to star in Snatched

  Amy Schumer 'harassed' Goldie Hawn to star in Snatched Amy Schumer "harassed" Goldie Hawn to play her on-screen mother in 'Snatched' as she pleaded with the 71 year old immediately after a flight.Amy Schumer "harassed" Goldie Hawn to play her on-screen mother in 'Snatched'.

Once " Snatched " wrapped, Schumer admits she felt a somewhat "creepy" longing for her co-star. When it came time to plan her first date with Ben, Amy revealed she was feeling tired and asked if he wanted to just come have a drink at her place.

MORE: Amy Schumer ' s Guide to 5 Essential Goldie Hawn Movies to Watch Ahead of ' Snatched '. "I watched the movie with him -- my sister [Kim Caramele] and I rewrote this movie -- we watched it with our brother and, you know, my boob comes out in this movie," Schumer recounted.

Amy Schumer © Bang Showbiz Amy Schumer

Amy Schumer revealed her brother "gagged" when he saw her boob in 'Snatched'.

The 35-year-old actress, stars in the upcoming comedy alongside Goldie Hawn, sat down to watch the movie with her brother Jason Stein and admits she will never forget his reaction when he saw his sister's breast despite her best efforts to skip past the nip slip scene.

In an interview with ET, Amy explained: "I watched the movie with him - my sister [Kim Caramele] and I rewrote this movie - we watched it with our brother and, you know, my boob comes out in this movie. Right before we said, 'Don't look!' We paused it, we tried to skip ahead but it skipped right to that part."

Amy Schumer's brother 'gagged' when he saw her boob in Snatched

  Amy Schumer's brother 'gagged' when he saw her boob in Snatched Amy Schumer says her brother "gagged" when he accidentally saw her boob in her new film 'Snatched'.Amy Schumer revealed her brother "gagged" when he saw her boob in 'Snatched'.

Watch Video: Amy Schumer ' s Dad Cries When He Meets His Idol, Goldie Hawn. Though you can see real fondness between the veteran and the up-and-comer as they go through the motions of frazzledness and reconciliation, “ Snatched ” doesn’t do their matchup any favors.

Can star Amy Schumer recreate her Trainwreck magic? But he shepherds his cast through slapstick set pieces with reasonable speed and fluency. (It helps that Snatched clocks in at a mercifully lean 91 minutes.)

She continued: "He was like, gagging, it was awful. We honestly haven't made eye contact since, it's very uncomfortable."

The movie, directed by Jonathan Levine, sees Goldie and Amy play an ultra-cautious mother and reckless, impulsive daughter, who go on an exotic holiday together when it suddenly turns into a comical jungle adventure.

And working together is something which Amy is going to miss once promotion for the 20th Century Fox film comes to an end.

Amy said: "We've been emotional about it all day. This is the end of the line for us. We will still see each other, but not as much, so we're sad. We're sad it's coming to an end, you know? We're crazy about each other."

The comedian will next star in war drama 'Thank You for Your Service' which is to be released on October 27 and will see her play much more of a serious role but she's looking forward to the challenge of moving away from her usual comic capers.

She said: "I'm really excited about it but it was [definitely] a different role. It was totally out of my comfort zone. I was surprised I even got an audition and the script was so beautiful and amazing."

Snatched .
For a long time Amy Schumer’s latest vehicle was simply known as the untitled mother-daughter comedy, and generated tonnes of press before shooting even began thanks to Golide Hawn’s involvement after a 15-year break from films. Schumer has spoken at length about how she recruited movie legend Hawn for the project, but the results may not be what the veteran actress had hoped for. The movie starts with self-obsessed shop worker Emily (Schumer) prattling on about an upcoming vacation she has planned with her musician boyfriend Michael (Randall Park). However her holiday dreams are quickly dashed when Michael tells her that not only is he not going to Ecuador, but he’s also dumping her to go in search of no strings attached sex with groupies. At a loose end, Emily returns to her mum Linda’s (Hawn) house, where her agoraphobic adult brother Jeffrey (Ike Barinholtz) still lives, along with a house full of cats. Unlike carefree Emily, Linda is scared of modern society. But when Emily finds an old photo album of her mum travelling the world, she knows she needs to convince her to go to Ecuador with her. That, and the fact that the ticket is non-refundable and Emily can’t find anyone else to join her. After much hesitation Linda agrees, and the two set off for a week in the sun. When Emily catches the eye of handsome James (Tom Bateman) she thinks her trip is complete with a holiday romance seemingly on the cards, but James has other plans for the desperate blonde and her mum.

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