By Francesco DeLuca


The “First Wives Club” stars Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton, and Bette Midler are joining forces once again 20 years later for upcoming Netflix feature “Divanation.”

The film’s plot revolves around three former members of a singing group reconnected 30 years after their tumultuous split. Lisa Addario and Joey Syracuse penned the script, and Brad Fischer, James Vanderbilt, William Sherak and Alan Nevins will produce while Tracey Nyberg executive produces.

This will be Hawn’s first role since 2002’s “The Banger Sisters,” but before that, she had won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in 1969 comedy “Cactus Flower.” Midler has two Academy Award nominations under her belt for “The Rose” and “For The Boys,” and won a Golden Globe for each of those films. While Keaton can be heard in the upcoming Pixar sequel “Finding Dory,” and was recognized heavily for her role in 1977’s “Annie Hall” which she won the Academy Award for as well.

Netflix has yet to release a date for the upcoming flick to begin streaming.