"I had two daughters," Hawn declared, gushing of the pair's adventures when her daughter, Kate Hudson, came to Hawaii for four days to visit.
"A couple of those great days, we were all together," the 71-year-old actress said. "So it was me and my two daughters."
"Well, I was trying to impress her, but she's like a mermaid," Schumer joked. "To see, like, Kate Hudson's butt, like, snorkeling in front of you and then you're just like, 'I know that's not what I look like right now.' Like, she comes out and she's like.. both of them. We got paparazzi and I mean, [they] couldn't have looked more beautiful."
While the two definitely bonded on set, it seems it was Schumer's candidness that convinced Hawn to do the movie -- her first film since 2002's The Banger Sisters.
"It was a choice [to take a break] because what I was doing, I didn't care much about that. I was angered and it was actually a transition," Hawn recalled. "I was like, 'Am I done? Is it the right time to sort of do this?' and then I met Amy, and that's what happened!"
"I just approached her on a plane and she is very sweet, she is a lot nicer than me," Schumer explained. "I was like, 'Yeah, I want you to to be in a movie with me.' And she was like, 'OK, honey.'"
This was a complete dream come true," she added. "There is no one funnier, or I would ever dream of working with more than Goldie!"