Amy Schumer, like many moviegoers, has participated in and witnessed the Barpenheimer phenomenon Barbie And OppenheimerBoth films light up the box office.
Schumer, N.; Posted on Instagram on Mondaywriting that she “really enjoyed” the two films, but joked that she thought she should have played Emily Blunt in the film. Oppenheimer. Blunt plays Kitty, wife of Cillian Murphy’s Robert Oppenheimer.
“Be better!” She jokingly captioned a photo of herself showing a stern look in a pair of sunglasses while wearing a hat.
While it doesn’t look like Schumer was related to the stars Oppenheimer The cast, which also includes Cillian Murphy, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, and Robert Downey Jr., has been on a previous iteration of Barbie film.
The comedian was chosen to star as the titular puppet in a live-action film and then set up at Sony in 2016, with Schumer and her sister and frequent writing partner Kim Caramele taking a pass on the script.
This movie has been described as a catch-out-of-water story about a woman who gets kicked out of Barbie Land because she wasn’t perfect enough.
Schumer dropped out of the project after four months, citing scheduling conflicts, before Anne Hathaway took on the role of Barbie, then Margot Robbie’s production company (successfully) persuaded Warner Bros. to take over the film, now in theaters, starring Robbie and directed by Greta Gerwig, who co-wrote the screenplay with partner Noah.
“They certainly didn’t want to do it the way I wanted to do it, the only way I was interested,” Schumer said. Hollywood Reporter Of which Barbie Movie in a 2022 cover story. Schumer wrote her Barbie as an aspiring inventor. The studio wanted said invention to be a Jell-O heel. She had another feeling the casting was inappropriate when a pair of Manolo Blahniks were sent out to celebrate.
“The idea that this is exactly what every woman wants,” Schumer said of the shoe, “I had to go, ‘You’ve got the wrong girl.'” “
Schumer’s involvement with Barbie She appeared in the months leading up to the film’s release, amid intense anticipation for the film.
appear in Watch what’s happening live Last monthSchumer admitted that “creative differences” were behind her exit Barbie.
She added, “There’s a new cast behind it and it looks very feminist and cool, so I’m going to watch that movie.”
In fact, she seemed excited to check it out, in another encore saying, “I can’t wait to see the movie, I think it looks great.”
Check out Schumer’s Instagram post below.