By Nick Romano
Updated August 13, 2016 at 08:48 PM EDT
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That’s a wrap on Amy Schumer‘s adventure with Goldie Hawn. The two women celebrated the end of filming their upcoming comedy together and their last days on location in Hawaii.

“Goodbye Hawaii,” Schumer tweeted. “Thank you for having us. So much love to the crew of our movie and the amazing people of Hawaii!” In a separate tweet, she wrote, “That’s a wrap. [Goldie Hawn,] I love you. Thank you for saying yes.”

The actresses play a mother-daughter pair who embark on a vacation that goes horribly wrong. Screenwriter Katie Dippold previously described the plot, “She gets taken off the beaten path, but then everything the mother feared is correct. So, it’s then basically trying to get to an American embassy through the Amazon rainforest and whatnot.”

Schumer posted various behind-the-scenes shots from the untitled Fox comedy throughout production, including more with Hawn and fellow costar Christopher Meloni.

“We’re going to hit the balls back and forth,” Hawn previously joked. “Two women lost in the jungle. It’s going to be so much fun! I love her very much.”

Jonathan Levine directs the film, which is scheduled for release on May 12, 2017. Ike Barinholtz, Wanda Sykes, and Randall Park also feature in the cast.