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Twenty-seven years following the release of 1991’s Thelma & Louise, co-stars Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis reunited onstage during Sunday’s Golden Globes.
The pair took the stage to present the award for best actor in a motion picture, drama, referencing the Time’s Up movement before announcing the nominees.
“Tonight we’ve got all of these women standing up for each other — and the men, too,” said Sarandon. Davis then took a jab at the gender wage gap by jokingly announcing, “These five nominees have agreed to give half of their salary back so that women can make more than them.”
Sarandon added, “I don’t think that actually happened yet, but that’s a great idea.”
Thelma & Louise, directed by Ridley Scott, centered on two best friends who embark on a road adventure that turns into a treacherous escape from police after Louise (Sarandon) murders a man who tries to rape Thelma (Davis).
Sarandon was nominated for best actress in a limited series or TV movie for her performance as Bette Davis in Feud: Bette and Joan. The FX series was also up for best limited series or TV movie.
Seth Meyers hosted the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards, which took place at the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 7.
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