The actress, who posed for a suggestive photo using character from Star Wars, could be in trouble.
You have to take the highs with the lows, it appears - especially if you are Amy Schumer. Coming off of a huge success with her hit movie Trainwreck and a long list of nominations for Emmy awards, Amy Schumer is facing maybe just a little bit of kickback from her popularity.
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According to US Magazine, the official Twitter account of the Star Wars film franchise, which is owned by Lucasfilm and Disney - including the use of images and characters in the likeness of any character created for the movies or books, they aren't happy.
Just last week, the comedienne posed in a sexually-charged photo spread for GQ magazine where she was in bed with several characters and performed sexual acts on a lightsaber. On the cover, Schumer is pictured with C-3PO, and is shown sucking the Star Wars droid's finger while wearing a Princess Leia-inspired getup.
(Image courtesy of GQ magazine)
The official Twitter account responded to a comment (which is now gone) saying: "I can't believe @Disney signed off on the use of @starwars characters/props in the fashion depicted in @GQMagazine," the Star Wars account wrote, "Lucasfilm & Disney did not authorize, participate in or condone the inappropriate use of our characters in this manner."
The representatives for the companies then said in a statement that they found the images to be "distasteful" and in bad judgement.
The stars of the movie, however, have a different opinion! Mark Hamill, who played the lead character in the movies said: "Got excited when I saw @amyschumer @GQMagazine pics & thought she was just cast in Ep 8! We should be so lucky."
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Schumer hasn't commented yet, but it is clear that she probably won't be starring in any Disney movies anytime soon.