Amy Schumer helped her up and coming film mother Goldie Hawn amid their Golden Globes appearance Sunday night.
As they introduced the honor for best on-screen character in a drama or melodic, which went to Ryan Gosling for La Land, Schumer needed to mentor Hawn along, clowning that Hawn overlooked her glasses as she flubbed lines like “best satire or enchanted” rather than “melodic” and the “most corrupted men” rather than “gifted men.”
“In our new film, Amy and I play mother and little girl,” Hawn started.
“I play the little girl,” Schumer kidded, “yet I read for both parts.”
As Hawn attempted to peruse the discourse, she flubbed a couple lines as Schumer attempted to help her along, asking Hawn’s significant other, Kurt Russell, to hurl her glasses. “I got it,” Hawn guaranteed them both.
Schumer and Hawn will star together in Snatched, in which Schumer’s character persuades her mom (Hawn) to go on a trek to Ecuador with her. Their mom little girl getaway rapidly gets terrifying after they get abducted.
The film, composed by Katie Dippold and coordinated by Jonathan Levine, likewise stars Ike Barinholtz, Randall Park and Wanda Sykes, and hits theaters May 12.