Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn are back in the latest trailer of Snatched, a film about a mother-daughter duo, who travel to South America on a holiday, only to end up being kidnapped. The film is written by Schumer, her sister Kim Caramele and Katie Dippold.
The trailer has all typical elements of the comedian's style, with raunchy dialogues and some awkward R-rated scenes.
The video kicks off with Schumer getting dumped by her musician boyfriend ahead of a holiday she had planned with him. So instead, she decides to take her mother, Oscar-nominated Hawn on the trip to get her to ease up and have some fun.
Things start off fun enough, until the mother-daughter duo end up getting kidnapped by a local gang and have to find a way to escape and make it back home.
Alongside the two lead actresses, the film stars Christopher Meloni, Ike Barinholtz, Óscar Jaenada, Wanda Sykes, Randall Park, Colin Quinn and Joan Cusack. Jonathan Levine directs the project scripted by Dippold.
The film has already managed to earn negative publicity after Schumer and Hawn released a tribute to Beyonce's Formation video and were accused of cultural appropriation. However, The Trainwreck star denied to claims. "If you watched it and it made you feel anything other than good, please know that was not my intention," she said. "The movie we made is fun and the women in it are strong and want to help each other. That's what it was about for me."
Produced by Chernin Entertainment and Feigco Entertainment, 20th Century Fox will release the film over the Mother's Day weekend on 12 May 2017.