Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence have written a screenplay together which the comedienne has described as ‘funny, dirty and real’, much like the two BFFs. While she did slightly tease us, Schumer gave little away about the upcoming project at the Hollywood Film Awards on Monday evening, where she took home the comedy award.

Amy SchumerAmy Schumer has written a screenplay with Jennifer Lawrence.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly Schumer said: “We just finished a new draft, and we’re just excited about it. It’s funny, it’s dirty, it’s real. It’s like us.” The project was first revealed earlier this year, with Lawrence confirming it would be a comedy where the two play sisters.

"Jennifer is a great writer," Schumer told E! after the Hollywood Film Awards. "She doesn't play by the rules. She can be out there in a really cool way where you thought that you understood a scene and then she'll just kind of turn it. She's great.”

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In an interview with the The New York Times in August Lawrence commented: “Amy and I were creatively made for each other. We have different flavours. It’s been the most fun experience of my life. We start the day off on the phone, laughing. And then we send each other pages. And we crack up.”

But it wasn't Lawrence who presented Schumer with her Comedy Film Award last night, instead the honour fell to singer Selena Gomez. Introducing the Trainwreck star, Gomez praised her for being the first comedian "to speak to the women of my generation.”

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"Amy, you've inspired me not take myself too seriously when I sit on my couch and I'm depressed about certain things," Gomez said. "You constantly made me feel I'm a bad ass even though most of the time I'm not. You say the things I wish I could say and you never ever make feel bad about anything I do in my personal life."

Accepting the award Schumer assured the ‘Revival’ singer that she was her first choice as presenter. ”I didn't even ask Jen—Selena, you were my first choice,” Schumer said. The annual awards show, which is in its 19th year, was hosted by James Corden and also saw Robert De Niro, Will Smith, Carey Mulligan and Jane Fonda honoured at the ceremony.