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WARNING: The video above features nudity and explicit language.

If you thought Trainwreck was funny, you'll think the outtakes are hilarious!

Two weeks after the Universal Pictures comedy was released, the studio released a "Line-O-Rama" featurette that shows Amy Schumer, LeBron James, Tilda Swinton and more stars trying out variations of scripted lines. And nearly every time, the actors make Bill Hader break character and laugh out loud.

To be fair, Schumer and James get the giggles, too.

In the film's opening scene, Schumer's character brings a guy home and pretends to be impressed by his manhood. "That's not a dick! That's a continent!" she lies. In another take, Schumer ad-libs, "Did your dick get stung by 90 bees?" When the guy struggles to snort cocaine off her forehead, Schumer finally breaks scene.

No one said making a movie was easy!

We won't spoil the rest of the alternate takes. Watch for yourself!

Amy Schumer, Trainwreck

Universal Pictures

Since its July 17 premiere, Trainwreck has earned $68,170,220 worldwide. Written by Schumer and directed by Judd Apatow, the R-rated romantic comedy received raves from critics and audiences alike.

Don't think Schumer is playing herself, though. As she explains in GQ's August issue, "I would say 30 percent of the movie is probably just straight from my life, and the rest is some sort of exaggeration."

So, what's next for the Emmy-nominated Inside Amy Schumer star?

"I'm going to gain 10 pounds a year," she jokes. "I don't know. I've been getting some weird, exciting offers lately. I might shoot this other movie my sister and I just rewrote. It's an action movie. I really like the idea of working with women right now," she says, joking, "Uh, I think of Paul Feig [its producer] as a woman."

Schumer is also writing a book. "I had a whole deal, but I decided to wait. I thought I would make more money if I waited. Autobiographical essays. It'll be darker than the wonderful ones we're used to. I've already written a good amount of it. Some of it's really funny, I think, and then some of it's not funny," she says. "Bad s--t happened, and I wrote exactly what happened. It's cool that I'm in the position I'm in, because I think now I'll have the freedom to put that in there without an editor saying, 'Can you just make a list of, like, the Top 10 Things to Bring on Vacation?' People do want to turn me into, I don't know...Carrie Bradshaw?"

(E! and Universal Pictures are both members of the NBCUniversal family.)