"Gearing up to make #divanation with me, Goldie & Diane," Midler tweeted.

By Karen Mizoguchi
December 16, 2015 12:15 AM
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Nearly 20 years after The First Wives Club, Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton and Bette Midler are together again!

The ladies are reuniting for a new Netflix feature film Divanation, according to Deadline. The comedy will tell the story of “members of a once-popular singing group forced to reconnect after their volatile split and 30 year estrangement.”

Midler, 70, confirmed the casting news on Twitter writing, “Bit of a hot topic today because Netflix added #FirstWivesClub to their roster and gearing up to make #divanation with me, Goldie & Diane.”

Divanation has yet to find a director and will not be starting production until writers Lisa Addario and Joey Syracuse draft a new script.

Netflix’s latest project comes on the heels of the streaming service’s first film success Beasts of No Nation directed by Oscar winner Cary Fukunaga and starring Idris Elba. In addition, the Adam Sandler comedy, The Ridiculous Six, was just released.