Well, by now we came to know that Amber Rose and Amy Schumer are buds. An Instagram snap proves they are likely sharing strong girl bond. Yes, we admit Amy Schumer has a friends list that any guy will envy. Anyway, their newly flourished friendship offers us an idea. So how about looking into Hollywood’s reboot-happy culture and imagine some 80s-buddy movies we want to see remade with Schumer and Rose.
Since the 1983 classic movie is pertinent enough to be getting mentioned in financial regulation rulings, it’s a brilliant suggestion to just give it a slight fix and include Schumer and Rose. Schumer can play Dan Akyroyd’s part, Rose Eddie Murphy’s, and then include some young Hollywood royalty dude in the cast (maybe Scott Eastwood?) to strip in the Jamie Lee Curtis role and you’ve got an instant classic.
Again… an Eddie Murphy movie. Amy Schumer would basically be re-doing her “Trainwreck” role as a hard-living, tough-as-nails San Francisco cop played by Nick Nolte in the original, while Rose takes over for Murphy. Who wouldn’t want to see her do her own version of Murphy’s scene in the redneck bar? Renegade cop Jack Cates pulls bank robber Reggie Hammond from a federal prison on a 48-hour leave to help him capture Hammond’s old partner.
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Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Schumer will play the charismatic sociopath Ferris Bueller. Rose, playing against type, is her neurotic friend Cam. Yes, the pair is probably a bit old to be playing high school mates but maybe we can tweak the story and make it about two friends playing hooky from their high-stress professional lives.
The King of Comedy
Schumer is wannabe-comic Ruby Pupkin (originally Robert DeNiro), and Rose is the daytime talk show host (Jerry Lewis) she kidnaps in a desperate bid to finally make it big. Have Schumer skew a little more low-key insane than directly abrasive, and you’ve got a remake made in heaven.
Well, we just want to see Amy Schumer as Mozart. Rose is Salieri, of course. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Tom Hulce) is a remarkably talented young Viennese composer who unwittingly finds a fierce rival in the disciplined and determined Antonio Salieri (F. Murray Abraham).
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