Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon reunite for 30th anniversary of Thelma and Louise

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Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images
Photo credit: Amy Sussman - Getty Images

Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon reunited this week to mark 30 years since the release of the iconic movie Thelma and Louise. And we just can't believe it's been that long!

The film is a cult classic and was ground breaking at the time, having two female leads. Both went on to be nominated for best leading actress Oscars, a feat that hasn't been repeated since. 30 years on it's still so culturally significant and the two stars came together for a charity screening and Q&A to celebrate the movie.

Naturally, the screening was a drive-in!

Snaps were shared on Instagram by the account for the Geena Davis Institute — founded by the star and aiming to end unconscious gender bias in media — and captioned with the famous quote; "💋 'Let's keep goin'!”

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The post went on to say: "Thank you to everyone who joined us yesterday for the 30th-anniversary screening of Thelma & Louise.

"We had an incredible time rewatching the film and being inspired all over again by this story of two women who took their fates into their own hands. ⁠

"Check out these wonderful photos of Geena and @susansarandon being reunited for their Q&A where they discussed how this film impacted their lives and the media landscape."

We loved seeing the brilliant actors reunite and now have to go and rewatch this movie for the 100th time.

Photo credit: Archive Photos - Getty Images
Photo credit: Archive Photos - Getty Images

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