Is Goldie Hawn coming back to the big screen?
E! Online reports that the 68-year-old actress recently signed a contract to be represented by Creative Artists Agency (CAA), leading many to speculate whether she's planning on returning to show business.
With a Golden Globe, an Oscar and countless nominations under her belt, Hawn has had an illustrious career, full of iconic moments.
Who could forget the time she threw her drink across the room with wild abandon in "The First Wives Club" ...
When she embodied the undead in "Death Becomes Her" ...
Or when she captured our hearts while eating a casual snack in "Cactus Flower"?
The last film that Hawn acted in was "The Banger Sisters," which was released in 2002, and it was a blast.
Granted, Hawn voiced the character Peggy McGee in an episode of the animated show "Phineas and Ferb" in 2013, but it was hardly representative of of the Hawn that fans know and love.
But now with her move to CAA, fans are giddy with the prospect of her returning to the big screen.
There's no doubt that she could walk into any casting room and rock an audition.
She's just as fierce as she was all those years ago.
So here's hoping that she's cooking up some plans for a new film. Cheers!