Goldie Hawn may soon be making her return to the big screen.
EW has confirmed that the legendary comic actress is in early talks to star as Amy Schumer’s mom in an upcoming comedy about a family vacation gone wrong.
Schumer first boarded the untitled Fox project in October, with Jonathan Levine (Warm Bodies) set to direct from Kate Dippold’s script. Dippold, who also wrote The Heat and the upcoming Ghostbusters, is also executive producing, and the story is based loosely on her own relationship with her mother. Schumer and her sister, Kim Caramele, also worked on the script and will serve as executive producers.
If Hawn signs on, it would mark her first appearance in a film since The Banger Sisters in 2002.
Vulture’s Kyle Buchanan first reported the news on Twitter.