The uproarious Amy Schumer is taking on a sensitive subject head on in her brand-new funny I Feel Pretty It’s been referred to as a sort of female-focused flip on Shallow Hal because Schumer’s character takes a knock on the head just to see herself as glamorous, a modification in her outlook that modifies her habits and impacts everybody around her. And no, Tony Robbins does not consider at all, a minimum of not that we can distinguish this very first trailer.
Written and directed by Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein, as well as starring Michelle Williams, Emily Ratajkowski, Busy Phillips, Lauren Hutton, Dave Attell, Tom Hopper, Naomi Campbell, Aidy Bryant, Sasheer Zamata, Rory Scovel, and Adrian Martinez, I Feel Pretty opens in theaters on June 29 th.
Check out the trailer listed below, in addition to a preamble from Schumer throughout her visitor look on The Ellen Show(H/T to The Playlist):
Here’s the main run-through for I Feel Pretty:
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Renee Bennett (Amy Schumer) understands exactly what it seems like to be typical searching in New York city– a city of the genetically and economically blessed. After falling off her bike and banging her head throughout a spin class, she stumbles in the locker space and it exists that she initially sees exactly what has actually taken place– her legs are toned, her hair is smooth, her chin is specified– she is GORGEOUS. Other than that, to everybody else, she looks EXACTLY THE SAME.
Even though her look hasn’t altered WHATSOEVER– Renee’s brand-new belief in herself sees her climbing up the ranks at the cosmetics business she works for, getting the regard of her impossibly stunning manager Avery LeClair (Michelle Williams), bagging a charming sweetheart in Ethan and getting welcomed to roof celebrations.
With her brand-new self-confidence comes overconfidence, as well as the propensity to deal with the ‘less genetically fortunate’ in the exact same dismissive manner in which individuals utilized to treat her. Ultimately Renee thinks the spell has actually been raised– and lastly recognizes that when she believed she was awful, she might have been the most stunning, when she thought she was stunning, she had actually begun to turn a bit awful. She finds out that real charm is not skin deep.