Here's The Trailer For Amy Schumer Comedy 'I Feel Pretty'

Here's The Trailer For Amy Schumer Comedy 'I Feel Pretty'

Here's The Trailer For Amy Schumer Comedy 'I Feel Pretty'

Amongst the candidates for is this year is, a New York-set movie starring Amy Schumer.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Amy Schumer stopped by The Ellen Show, and debuted the trailer for her upcoming film, I FEEL PRETTY. Schumer plays Renee, a woman with a frumpy appearance and low self-esteem who, in her quest to be stunning, overdoes it at her Soul Cycle class, falls off her bike and hits her head.

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In the film, Amy plays a woman who struggles with self confidence but suddenly finds herself thinking she's the most lovely and unbelievable woman in the world after suffering a fall.

Explaining her look, the star said: 'It's actually not about how I'm dressed, this is a full lifestyle change'.

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Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein helmed the film, which marks their feature directorial debut, from their own script. "It made me feel better to play the role". "I've always wondered what it would feel like to be undeniably pretty", she says.

Watch the trailer above, and please notice the number of other badass females working alongside Schumer-including Michelle Williams, Rory Scovel, Emily Ratajkowski, Aidy Bryant, Busy Philipps, and Naomi Campbell. But it's also clear that this change in attitude will prove to be a benefit to her, both in terms of her career and her love life - thus, we can assume, teaching her a valuable lesson about what's truly important.

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