The ‘Trainwreck’ star is grateful for all her success and is enjoying every aspect of her career, but does wish she had a bit more time for herself.
She said: “I love all the things that I’m doing, but that all my time is accounted for? I’m not Joan Rivers, where I’m like, ‘A full calendar is happiness.’
“I would love to do nothing, like waking up and not knowing what you’re going to do that day.
“The other day I was so overwhelmed I left work an hour early and I just went and watched ‘Labyrinth’ on my sister’s couch.
“It was a big deal in our house growing up,” Amy explains. “It holds up. I mean, the movie’s weird, but it just felt so good to just lay there, while it was still light out, and watch a movie.”
The 34-year-old star is still close to her high school friends and arranged for them all to attend ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ premiere last year.
She admitted to the new issue of America’s Vanity Fair magazine: “I was like, ‘I have to bring all my friends from high school.’ They were like, ‘Are you serious?’
“I was like, ‘Yeah, if I go and don’t bring them, it’ll be an issue.'”
Amy keeps photos of her old pals all over her New York apartment and regularly receives gifts from them.
She said: “It’s all my friends from high school — these girls, these monsters. They’re afraid I’m going to forget about them. So, like, they keep buying me things, to remind me of them.”