Amy Schumer Reveals The Weirdest Love Scene Of The Train Wreck
In her new movie Trainwreck, Amy Schumer plays a magazine writer who is no stranger to a messy one-night stand. Yet even Amy, who doesn’t like commitment, is thrown into a loop at the end of the movie when she has a failed sex affair that is so overrated and incredibly misjudged that eventually convinces her to put her personal life in order. How did this crazy love scene come together? We asked Schumer but first, here’s some SPOILER-y staging.
The match in question takes place after Schumer’s breakup with the beautiful sports doctor Aaron (Bill Hader), whom his character dated. At a low point personally, Amy, who has a drunken and fuck-along demeanor, decides to go home with Donald (Ezra Miller), her magazine’s weirdo intern, despite being unprepared for how unprepared she is. turns out to be perverted and restless: Donald climbs all over Amy in his bed, orders her to grope her pierced “nipples”, gets a few surprise slaps, and treats each kiss like a fourth-grader who kisses in his own reflection. And then, just as Amy frantically searches for an exit, the real bomb drops. Donald’s mom jumps on them both and says, “He’s 16!” she shouts.
A few weeks ago, when I asked Schumer about his crazy, sickening love scene, he couldn’t help but laugh. “I’ve never seen two people have less chemistry,” he said. “I love it! But the awful mismatch this caused, just when he saw the two of us go inside to kiss, he said, “Yoooo!” you say.
How she and director Judd Apatow got Miller in the mood “We actually had a rehearsal before because it was like, ‘I don’t really understand where this guy is coming from,'” Schumer said. I said, ‘This man wants to be on top. For example, he wants to ride me. And Ezra said, ‘I understand. From then on, the two went to the races: “We were rehearsing and she was slapping me, kind of like a girl. Become a sexy hip-hop woman. It was just perfect.
Miller counts on his time in the makeup truck as it gives him more character. “I would say getting my nipples pierced is inspiring enough,” Miller told me. “And we had to shave my chest!” Oh, I’ve been ticklish all day. And then there are hot people like Judd Apatow walking around and I’m getting hot and uncomfortable. And he says things like, ‘Hold it, hold it and now… let it go’. This is how the whole day passed.
If you want even more awkward moments between Schumer and Miller, wait for the Blu-ray: “There was another episode we shot with these sex toys,” Schumer recalls, “and we didn’t even have one. This then begs the question: While Schumer (who also wrote Trenwreck) seems to have an enviable threshold of embarrassment, does he ever find himself writing such outrageous moments that he hesitates when he starts interpreting them? the opposite,” he said. “The writer in me was like, ‘Do I really want to write myself out of a cake? Then I’ll have to crouch in a cake all day. Then, on set, I’m like, ‘No cake! Wouldn’t it be funny if I smeared some on my face? I’m a clown ready to get a reaction.