In the preview, Schumer’s character convinces her mother (Hawn) to join her on a trip to Ecuador. “Everyone knows you need two years to plan a vacation,” replied her mother. Nevertheless, Schumer prevails.
As they enter their resort, Hawn is given a drink and confuses a “Welcome” greeting for a description of “whale cum.” She promptly spits the drink out in Schumer’s face. “They’re not serving you whale semen,” says Schumer.
Their mother-daughter vacation — which includes Schumer washing her vagina in the sink after flirting with a guy at a club — goes awry when they are kidnapped. This is Hawn’s first return to the big screen since 2002’s The Banger Sisters.
The action-comedy was written by Katie Dippold (The Heat, this year’s Ghostbusters reboot) and directed by Jonathan Levine (The Night Before, 50/50). Ike Barinholtz, Randall Park and Wanda Sykes round out the cast. Produced by Fox, Chernin Entertainment the Feigco Entertainment, the movie — its title was released earlier this week — is set to hit theaters on May 12.