Thelma and Louise
could be coming back from the cliff for a 25-year reunion tour, that's expected to include arguably the film's biggest star, Brad Pitt.
Susan Sarandon, who played Louise in Ridley Scott's 1991 road trip film, recently dropped the hint that the cast are talking about getting back together.
"We're talking about doing some sort of reunion tour or something," Sarandon recently told Vulture.
But before they reunite, let's take a look at the cast of the iconic movie to see what's happened to them since Thelma and Louise drove over that cliff.
Susan Sarandon - Louise
The 68-year-old actress played waitress Louise in the film but even before this major role she had made quite the name for herself starring in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) The Witches of Eastwick (1987) and Bull Durham (1988).
In the 1990s, her career continued to thrive with parts in Lorenzo's Oil (1992) playing the mother to those March girls in Little Women (1994) and then landing an Oscar for her part in Dead Man Walking (1995) co-starring Sean Penn.
Sarandon has had one of the most enduring careers in Hollywood although her career went a little wayward in the early 2000s, including a role in the weak rom-com Shall We Dance alongside Richard Gere and J Lo in 2004.
But Sarandon found her stride again as the evil Queen Narissa in Enchanted (2007) alongside Amy Adams and as the grandmother in tearjerker The Lovely Bones.
She currently has seven films in post-production including Mothers Day, which boasts a strong female cast that includes Sharon Stone, Courtney Cox and Christina Ricci.
Geena Davis - Thelma
Hollywood had high hopes for Davis after she played feisty housewife Thelma, who Louise was forced to defend when a man tried to rape her.
She had already won an Oscar for her role in the Accidental Tourist in 1989.
Davis played baseball star, Dottie Hinson in A League of Their Own (1992) and she played a trained assassin in The Long Kiss Goodnight alongside Samuel Jackson in 1996 but then, in 1999, she ended up playing the mum in children's movie Stuart Little.
She limped along after that with her short lived TV show, The Geena Davis Show and in two sequels to Stuart Little.
Her most recent high profile role has been playing Dr Nicole Herman in long-running medical drama Grey's Anatomy.
Brad Pitt - J.D.
Pitt was the wildcard in Thelma and Louise, playing a lovable thief who slept with Thelma.
He managed to turn his minor role in the film into an enduring career - becoming one of Hollywood's leading men.
Where does one even begin when talking about the 51-year-old's career?
He has played everything from a vampire (Interview with the Vampire) to a modern-day rat-pack style thief in the Ocean's Eleven movies. He has also notched up three Oscar nominations for 12 Monkeys, Moneyball and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
Pitt has worked with Quentin Tarantino in Inglourious Basterds (2009) and his next project will be a labour of love: he will star in By The Sea which was written and directed by his superstar wife Angelina Jolie.
Michael Madsen - Jimmy
Madsen played Louise's long-suffering boyfriend who just wanted her to come home.
A year after this role, he landed the role of Mr Blonde in Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs.
Tarantino asked the 56-year-old actor back for a part in Kill Bill in 2003 which is just as well as his career was floundering.
brought the cool back for Madsen and he starred in
(2005). Tarantino has asked him back again for his epic western due for release early next year,
The Hateful Eight
Some of Madsen's other notable credits include Mulholland Falls (1996) and Donnie Brasco (1997).
Harvey Keitel - Hal
Keitel is the police officer leading the hunt for accused killers Thelma and Louise and develops something of a soft spot for these two women.
Keitel reunited with Madsen for Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs the year after the iconic road trip movie, and in 1993 he had a starring role alongside Holly Hunter in The Piano.
Another Tarantino favourite, the director brought him back to clean up John Travolta's mess in Pulp Fiction in 1994. He also landed a role in From Dusk Til Dawn, starring a young George Clooney, in 1996.
There have been some embarrassing roles along the way for the 76-year-old. Playing the devil in Adam Sandler's Little Nicky in 2000 didn't do much for his cool-guy image.
He redeemed himself in Inglourious Basterds in 2009 and is back in the good books having played Ludwig in last year's Oscar winning The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Keitel also starred alongside Kate Winslet in the 1999 Jane Campion film Holy Smoke.
Christopher McDonald - Darryl
It was hard to like McDonald's character as Thelma's unappreciative husband Darryl.
As an actor, he had a few movie roles in the 1990s. He was in Adam Sandler's Happy Gilmore (1996) but has also appeared in a long list of films that have presumably shot straight to DVD.
TV has been more of a safe haven for the 60-year-old. His most notable role was in Boardwalk Empire but for the most part his resume reads like a long list of unrecognisable titles.
Stephen Tobolowsky - Max
He was an FBI agent in Thelma and Louise who wasn't quite as patient with the women as Keitel's character, and certainly not as likeable.
Tobolowsky may not have been the leading man, and he may not have been likeable, but he has built up a career as an incredibly busy character actor.
The 64-year-old actor has been in numerous films and TV shows - Community, Glee, The Mindy Project - but is perhaps best known for his role as Ned in Groundhog Day (1993), the insurance salesman who corners Bill Murray's character every morning.
He has about five films in post-production proving that you don't have to have Brad Pitt's looks to land a job in Hollywood.
Watch the original trailer for Thelma and Louise: