Academy Award-winner Goldie Hawn might come out of retirement to play the mother of Amy Schumer’s character in an as-yet-untitled kidnapping comedy from 20th Century Fox.

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The Wrap.com on Monday confirmed news of Hawn’s negotiations for the role in the Jonathan Levine-directed film, after New York magazine’s Kyle Buchanan tweeted earlier that day, “I hear GOLDIE HAWN is in serious talks to play Amy Schumer’s mom.

It’d be Goldie’s first screen role in almost 15 years!” Hawn, 70, who won a supporting-actress Oscar for “Cactus Flower” (1969) and earned a lead-actress nomination for “Private Benjamin” (1980), last acted onscreen opposite Susan Sarandon in the 2002 comedy “The Banger Sisters.”