Hollywood living legend Olivia de Havilland scored a timely win in her ongoing suit against FX and the producers of “Feud” — the miniseries that focuses on the grudge between fellow silver screen icons Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
A Los Angeles judge on Wednesday fast-tracked the 101-year-old’s lawsuit and ordered the trial to begin in November.
“I can’t imagine not granting the motion based on the plaintiff being 101,” said LA Superior Court Judge Holly Kendig, according to Deadline Hollywood.
Kendig set the week-long trial to start on Nov. 27.
“Feud” focuses on the famed Hollywood grudge between Bette Davis, played by Susan Sarandon, and Joan Crawford, played by Jessica Lange.
The ruling comes days before Sunday’s Emmy’s where “Feud” is up for 10 awards. The show won twice at last weekend’s Creative Emmy’s.
The motion to fast track was based on de Havilland’s “unusually advanced age,” her lawyers petitioned.