Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis are set to reunite to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their iconic 1991 movie 'Thelma and Louise'.
The actresses - who both received Oscar-nominations for their leading roles in the iconic film - will appear in Toronto, Canada, later today (07.06.11) at the Roy Thomson Hall to talk about The Influence of the 1991 heroine road trip Drama had on the world.
In the film - which won the Oscar for Best Screenplay - Susan and Geena star as two working-class friends who become accidental outlaws after heading out for a weekend getaway.
The movie has become an iconic symbol of women's rights thanks to its feminist overtones and plotline.
The movie - which was directed and produced by Ridley Scott - also starred a young Brad Pitt, who played a paroled robber who befriends the girls on their Journey, a role which made him a huge sex symbol.