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.
Jennifer Aniston was on Oprah today to promote her new film Marley & Me (which opens the same day as Brad Pitt's The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), and Oprah dove right into talking about Jennifer's Vogue cover and interview. Jen said that the cover's quote about Angelina Jolie wasn't completely accurate, but that…