Christmas isn't even here yet and Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn have fans already anticipating Mother's Day.
The first red-band trailer for the comedy duo's new movie, Snatched, was released on Friday, and finally reveals the plot that was kept tightly under wraps while they were filming in Hawaii earlier this year. Hawn plays Schumer's mother, who agrees to come along on a vacation to South America with her daughter after she gets abruptly dumped by her boyfriend.
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While the family getaway starts off fun, with Schumer's character meeting a hot guy at the bar, the mother-daughter duo find themselves "Liam Neeson-ed Taken" and are forced to escape from their kidnappers. That's when the movie quickly becomes an action comedy as Hawn and Schumer run around the jungle.
Snatched marks Hawn's return to the big screen after a 14-year hiatus. The 71-year-old actress shared with ET what made this film stand out for her. "It had to be funny and it had to be with the right person," she explained. "I did a lot of stuff, but if it can't live up to the expectation, it's not worth doing."