Goldie Hawn returns to the silver screen after a 15-year hiatus with Snatched, the Amy Schumer comedy that dropped its red band trailer on Friday. Scheduled for release near Mother's Day 2017, Snatched stars Schumer and Hawn as a daughter and mother who take an impromptu trip to South America and find themselves enmeshed in a criminal underworld.
The trailer highlights some of the comedy's R-rated humor, including a spit take where Hawn's character mishears "Welcome" as "whale cum," and a club scene where Schumer uses a bathroom sink to clean parts of her body that aren't her hands. In another scene, Hawn and Schumer are warned they don't have to worry about being sex trafficked because they look like "melted candles."
It was on the set of Snatched that Schumer filmed her tribute to Beyoncé's "Formation," a rendition that drew accusations of racism and appropriation. However, Schumer said of her "Formation" video: "It was a way to celebrate bringing us all together. To fight for what we all want. And to do it together."
Snatched, due out May 12th, was penned by Ghostbusters and The Heat screenwriter Katie Dippold and directed by Jonathan Levine.