Most noteworthy about I Feel Pretty is that the premise is quite similar to the Barbie movie that Schumer was once attached to.
The 36-year-old comedian debuts the first trailer for her upcoming movie, I Feel Pretty, on Thursday's The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she portrays Renee Barrett, a woman who is struggling with her self-esteem because she obsesses about outward beauty.
"In my mind, I [as Renee] am Gisele, I am one the Jenner-Kardashians, gorgeous", Schumer told DeGeneres about her character.
While the I Feel Pretty star, 36, embraced her inner child she wasn't afraid to exhibit her bare legs and diaper-clad bum while bending over host during the daytime show. The film, which has a huge cast that includes Michelle Williams, Emily Ratajkowski, Busy Phillips, Lauren Hutton, Dave Attell, Tom Hopper, Naomi Campbell, Aidy Bryant, Sasheer Zamata, Rory Scovel, and Adrian Martinez.
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Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein write and direct.
"I Feel Pretty" filmed in the South End, Chinatown, Salisbury, Lynn, and a SoulCycle in Dedham, but locals may be disappointed to learn that Boston is merely a stand-in for New York City in the film.
I Feel Pretty hits theaters on June 29. So we're talking about a comedy that's dipping into the tricky waters of media representation, female image, lookism, and the like, which is tricky business; you can all but see the takes coming over the horizon.