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Susan Sarandon has given film fans even more hope that there's a Thelma & Louise sequel in the works by revealing she'd love to work with co-star Geena Davis again. The two stars reunited for a day out recently and sparked rumours of a professional get together by posting a 'selfie' of them together.
Now Sarandon tells WENN, "I'd love to work with her again. They had kind of knocked around ideas for a sequel for Thelma & Louise but they were so ridiculous. I remember saying, 'What would we do?' And they said, 'You'd collect a big cheque!' "I don't know how you would resurrect them. I mean, I love Geena. It was great to see her. We had a nice day together. But at the moment I don't know what that would be. It would have to be something sitting down because when we stand up she's a foot taller than I am. That's why the car (in Thelma & Louise) worked because we were kind of on the same level sitting in it. I'm shrinking and she's still six foot one (inch)."
In the final scene of the 1991 road trip movie, Sarandon and Davis' characters were seen driving over a cliff as they attempted to escape the law.