The "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" studio is working hard to distance itself far, far away from Schumer's racy space shoot, assuring everyone that they did not approve of C-3PO and R2-D2's bad behavior for the photos.
In response to fan complaints about the spread -- like one that said it was "in poor taste" or another that wanted to see the franchise avoid the "world of sex sex sex" -- the official @StarWars Twitter handle has Force-fully denied any involvement with the images, which featured Schumer in some super sultry poses with the series' robots.
"Lucasfilm & Disney didn't approve, participate in or condone the inappropriate use of our characters in this manner," the studio wrote in response to at least half a dozen of these discussions.
The tweets echo the company's statement to Entertainment Weekly on the matter, which reads: "It’s not surprising that GQ would want to capitalize on the cultural cachet of Star Wars, but Lucasfilm and Disney did not authorize, participate in or condone the inappropriate use of our characters in this manner."
Of course, there are some who think the viral vitriol is a tad excessive.
And others even see the outrage as a good thing for the Schumer humor.
All we can say is that it's probably best Amy doesn't want to become a Disney princess anyway -- because the House of Mouse clearly isn't having it.