Amy Schumer reveals how she felt after watching the movie 'Barbie'.

Amy Schumer reveals how she felt after watching the movie ‘Barbie’.

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Amy Schumer, like many viewers, took part in the “Barbenheimer” phenomenon and saw both Barbie AND Oppenheimerthe two films light up the box office.

Schumer, A an Instagram post on Mondaywrote that she “really enjoyed” both films but joked that she thinks she should have played the role of Emily Blunt in Oppenheimer. Blunt plays Kitty, the wife of Cillian Murphy’s J. Robert Oppenheimer.

“Do better!” he jokingly captioned the image of her offering a stern look over a pair of sunglasses, while he’s wearing a hat.

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While Schumer never seems to have been attached to the stars Oppenheimer cast, which also includes Cillian Murphy, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh and Robert Downey, Jr., was involved in a previous iteration of the Barbie movie.

The comedian was cast as the titular doll in a live-action film then staged at Sony in 2016, with Schumer and his sister and writing partner Kim Caramele accepting the script.

That movie has been described as a fish-out-of-water story about a woman who was kicked out of Barbieland because she wasn’t perfect enough.

Schumer dropped out of the project four months later, citing scheduling conflicts, before Anne Hathaway took on the role of Barbie and then Margot Robbie’s production company Lucky Chap (successfully) convinced Warner Bros. to take on the film, which is now in theaters, starring Robbie and directed by Greta Gerwig, who co-wrote the screenplay with partner Noah Baumbach.

“They definitely didn’t want to do it the way I wanted to do it, the only way I was interested in doing it,” said Schumer The Hollywood Reporter her Barbie film in a 2022 cover story. Schumer wrote her Barbie as an ambitious inventor. The studio wanted said invention to be a Jell-O high heel. She got another feeling that the casting wasn’t right when she was sent a pair of Manolo Blahniks to celebrate.

“The idea that that’s just what every woman has to want, right there,” Schumer said of the shoes, “I should have said, ‘You’ve got the wrong girl.'”

Schumer’s involvement with Barbie came out in the months leading up to the film’s release, amid eager anticipation for the film.

appear on Watch What’s Happening Live last monthSchumer admitted that “creative differences” were indeed behind his exit Barbie.

She added, “There’s like a new team behind it and it seems like it’s very feminist and cool, so I’m going to see that movie.”

In fact, she seemed excited to check it out, at another point in the appearance saying, “I can’t wait to see the movie, I think it’s amazing.”

Check out Schumer’s Instagram post below.