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Pulp Fiction cast has barely aged in 30 years as they celebrate landmark anniversary-Laura Harman-Entertainment – Metro

The stars look incredible!

Pulp Fiction cast has barely aged in 30 years as they celebrate landmark anniversary-Laura Harman-Entertainment – Metro

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Uma Thurman, John Travolta, and Samuel L. Jackson looked fantastic on the red carpet at the Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Classic Film Festival to celebrate Pulp Fiction on its 30th anniversary.

The iconic 1994 film directed by Quentin Tarantino was celebrated at the event and key members of the cast and crew gathered to pay tribute to the movie.

Thurman 53, played Mia Wallace in the film, which was her breakout role and led to her decades long career.

The star looked incredible in an all-black look on the red carpet as she enthusiastically greeted her former co-stars, Jackson, 75, and Travolta, 70 . 

Fans commented that the stars looked just like a ‘family’ as they warmly hugged and kissed each other on the cheeks as they were all reunited once again.

It was easy to see that the cast members have aged incredibly well. 

Despite Pulp Fiction debuting three decades ago, the actors were still instantly recognisable as their characters, although there were evidently a few wigs missing that were present in the film.

The Pulp Fiction cast still looked fantastic 30 years on from the film’s debut (Picture: Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty Images)

Thurman was just 23 when she played Mia Wallace (Picture: GETTY / REX)

Travolta was 40 when he played Vincent Vega in the 1994 film (Picture: GETTY / REX)

Jackson was 45 when he played Jules Winnfield in the film (Picture: GETTY / REX)

Notably absent from the lineup was Bruce Willis who played a washed-up boxer and prizefighter named Butch Coolidge.

The actor retired in recent years after suffering from frontotemporal dementia and aphasia

In attendance was the Die Hard actor’s wife Emma Hemming Willis, and his daughter Tallulah, who attended on behalf of the actor.

The screening took place at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX in Los Angeles (Picture: by Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty Images)

The stars hugged on the red carpet (Picture: Matt Baron/BEI/Shutterstock)

For this film, Tarantino won the Academy Award for best original screenplay.

The film received seven Oscar nominations in total, including acting nominations for Jackson, Thurman, and Travolta.

The film follows a non-linear narrative about three primary storylines about hitmen, gangsters and a prizefighter, that interweave over the course of the film.

In typical Tarantino style, it is violent, unconventional, and very aesthetic. 

The actress memorably twisted with Travolta in the film (Picture: Miramax Films/Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

Thurman had dark black hair with a bob and fringe in this film (Picture: Linda R Chen/Miramax/Buena Vista/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock)

The Hollywood actors looked delighted to be reunited (Picture: Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images for TCM)

The festival celebrating the film began on Thursday and finishes on April 21.

The theme of this year’s 15th annual celebration is Most Wanted: Crime and Justice in Film. 

Alongside Pulp Fiction, other movies being celebrated include Chinatown, Dirty Harry, Dog Day Afternoon, In Cold Blood, North by Northwest, and On the Waterfront.

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