Twenty years ago today, Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton first dropped into theaters on their malfunctioning window washer cart in order to seek revenge on their two-timing ex-husbands, the patriarchy, and Sarah Jessica Parker.
On the tails of the likely dreadful Adam Sandler blah-fest, Netflix has announced they’ll be releasing the amazingly-titled comedy Divanation, which will reunite First Wives’ Club stars Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton. Sing it with me: YOU DON’T OWN ME DA DA DA DAAAAA.
In an interview with Porter, Goldie Hawn talked about getting older, staying happy, and her marriage-free romance with Kurt Russell. The 69-year-old actress (who has not been in a movie since 2002’s The Banger Sisters) said aging is merely a “fact of life” and that the “key to happiness is all about perspective.”
Very important SHOW BIZ news: There's a musical adaptation of The First Wives Club in the works, and it just announced its leading ladies. Unfortunately, this information comes too late to serve as a reminder that The First Wives Club would be a great group Halloween costume.
Full disclosure: I have adored Frances McDormand since her turn as Professor Elaine Miller in 2000's Almost Famous. But now that I know she dressed up the Oscar she won for Fargo as a ranch man, I love her even more.