Looks like they made it over that cliff.

“Thelma and Louise” stars Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon reunited to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the beloved female-fugitive buddy flick.

The stars posed in a blue convertible — like the one they drove in the movie’s iconic last scene, where they were chased by cops to the edge of the Grand Canyon — while attending a charity drive-in screening of the 1991 film in LA on Friday.



Davis, 65, and Sarandon, 75, shined at the event at the famous Greek Theater, hosted by MGM and Cinespia. The movie celebrated female empowerment, and the duo played friends who go on the lam after killing a man who attempted to rape one of them.

“Thelma & Louise” won a 1992 Oscar for best screenplay, and Davis and Sarandon were both nominated for best actress in a leading role. The film’s direction, cinematography and editing were also nominated.

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