In fact, it was Poehler who suggested to Tamblyn that she adapt Paint It Black, which is based on Janet Fitch's 2006 novel of the same name. "Amy [Poehler]'s been a friend of mine for a really long time," she praised the Parks and Recreation star, who showed up to the premiere's after-party. "I give her full credit."
As for Schumer, who also came out to support her at the premiere, Tamblyn gushed, "I really I adore her and she's amazing and she's somebody that fills me with a lot of joy."
She also revealed that they are on a "text chain" with Girls star, Lena Dunham. "We support each other and give each other a lot of love," Tamblyn noted, before quipping that the texts are "mostly just, like, pictures of zits."
Schumer proved how much she has Tamblyn's back when she posted a photo to Instagram from the premiere and bragged about her pal. "Constantly blown away by my brilliant friend @amberrosetamblyn," the comedian wrote. "Her film #paintitblack will stop your heart and light it on fire."
Prior to the premiere, Tamblyn celebrated her first Mother's Day and shared with ET that the weekend included a little bit of work and a stiff drink. "I'm doing a play at the Vineyard Theatre, so I did that," she said of her Sunday. "Then afterwards, I had a big thing of bourbon and then I pumped and dumped."