Goldie Hawn says she was ‘irate’ over initial ‘First Wives Club’ script: ‘It was very male bashing’

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'Goldie Hawn revealed that she was instrumental in getting “The First Wives Club” rewritten after being extremely dissatisfied with the initial script for the 1996 comedy film.

“I fought for every single thing I could because what happened with ‘First Wives Club,’ we all turned it down because it was very male bashing and didn’t want to do it,” Hawn, 78, said on the June 19 episode of Kelly Ripa’s podcast.

“I didn’t wanna do it and then suddenly, the girls said, ‘Okay, Goldie, you talk. You do it,’ ” she added.

Hawn, who co-starred with Bette Midler and Diane Keaton in the film, about a trio of jilted women seeking revenge on their ex-spouses, said that she “became the voice” of the project.'

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