'Trainwreck' Bloopers Starring Amy Schumer Will Give You Serious FOMO Because You're Not In Her Squad — VIDEO
As if the film itself wasn't hilarious enough, everybody's favorite blonde comedian gets even funnier in these Trainwreck bloopers starring Amy Schumer. Any moment that you aren't watching them, you're losing at life, because they are downright hilarious. In fact, the only downside to watching them is that they're going to give you one of the worst cases of FOMO that you've ever experienced. Not that I know your life or anything, but I'm assuming we were all obsessed with Trainwreck — if you weren't, you can kindly show yourself out the door and out of my life — so seeing behind-the-scenes clips of everyone having the best time ever filming it is making me so jealous I wasn't there that I can barely see straight.
In case you aren't familiar with the lingo that "the youths" are using these days, "FOMO" means Fear Of Missing Out, and that's exactly the sensation that will course through your veins when you see Schumer, Bill Hader, Vanessa Bayer, Tilda Swinton, LeBron James, and Amar'e Stoudemire just hanging out without you, cracking each other up, and just generally having a blast. As if that isn't a group of people that you want to parachute down into every time they cross paths. As we hopefully all know, Schumer not only starred in the movie, but also wrote it, and you can see that genius in action as she repeatedly riffs on the same piece of dialogue in this "Line-O-Rama," coming up with even-more-hilarious variations on the same idea, from referring to a guy's d*ck as a baby arm to asking him if it has to sleep in hay every night... because it's a horse.
Everyone just seems to be having the best time, and OH MY GOD YOU GUYS I ALMOST FORGOT — LeBron James is, like, a legit actor. All throughout the gag reel, he's doing the same kind of improv as Schumer and Hader, and his track record for staying straight-faced and cracking them up is off the charts. Which is insane when you consider that he's a basketball player and not, y'know, a trained comedian. Seriously, check it out.
UGH. I love that because it's hilarious and amazing, and yet I also hate it, because I'm not a part of it, and I never will be. Life is confusing.