Susan Sarandon and her “Thelma & Louise” co-star Geena Davis reunited on the Golden Globes stage Sunday night!
Susan spoke with “Extra’s” Mario Lopez on the red carpet, alongside organizer Rosa Clemente, founder of PR (Puerto Rico) on the Map as part of the #TIMESUP movement. Susan said she was thrilled to be a part of the movement and excited to see Geena. When Mario asked if the two could work together on the big screen again, she replied, “I would love to work with Geena again.”
Susan was one of the eight actors to bring an activist as their guest. Of the #TIMESUP movement, the 71-year-old commented, “It’s great that all the women are in solidarity wearing black. It has to do with our shared power and our shared vulnerability.”
“To bring these eight women, who are all leaders in very specific ways, they get a chance to talk and maybe people follow them and more people follow them. I’m having a blast… I even forgot I was nominated,” Susan continued.
Rosa just returned from Puerto Rico, which is still struggling after Hurricane Maria. Susan pointed out, “Rosa can tell you that there is still a crisis there.” When Mario noted that “half the island still doesn’t have power,” Rosa pointed out that he was the only journalist on the carpet to mention that, asserting, “And 90% without daily access to clean water… As American citizens, I shouldn’t have to say 'we’re Americans' to have the right to have clean water.”