Goldie Hawn fans can rejoice because the 74-year-old actor is returning in a new comedy film.

As reported by Entertainment Weekly, New Republic Pictures has officially announced the production of “Family Jewels,” a comedy about three women forced to spend Christmas together after the untimely death of a man they were all once married to. Hawn reunites with two other queens of comedy, Bette Midler and Diane Keaton, for the film.

“Family Jewels” will be a reunion for the ages for the three actors, who starred in “First Wives Club” together in 1996, and centered on a similar storyline — three characters coming together over a mutual tragedy. It will be their first movie together in more than 20 years.

“The chemistry of Diane, Bette and Goldie is unmatched and irresistible, and I’m thrilled to help reunite them on screen for generations of fans,” said Bradley Fischer, a producer on the new film.

The film is in the early stages of production. “Standing Up, Falling Down” screenwriter Peter Hoare will be writing “Family Jewels.”

Hawn stepped back into the movie-making spotlight with Amy Schumer’s 2017 raunchy-comedy “Snatched” after a long hiatus. She then appeared in Netflix’s “The Christmas Chronicles” in 2018 and is set to return in “The Christmas Chronicles 2” later this year alongside her husband Kurt Russell.

Along with “First Wives Club,” Hawn is known for her career spanning the 70s, 80s, and 90s in movies like “Bird on a Wire,” “Overboard” and “Death Becomes Her.”

Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russel
Actress Goldie Hawn and actor Kurt Russel are pictured. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images