John Travolta, Uma Thurman and other cast members of Pulp Fiction reunite at film’s 30th anniversary

John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson, and Harvey Keitel reunited to celebrate the 30 year anniversary of their cinematic triumph Pulp Fiction.

The stars attended the screening of Quentin Tarantino’s cult classic at the TCM Classic Film Festival. Joining them at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood were fellow cast members Phil LaMarr, Burr Steers, Eric Stolz, Julia Sweeney, and Frank Whaley.


Interacting with the reporters at the event, Travolta said, “It’s a timeless movie, a classic movie and it changed cinema history.” He added that it is a joy to celebrate the movie’s 30th anniversary.

Jackson stressed over the dialogues theatrically and his on- screen chemistry with Travolta as reasons for its impact on the art form. “Creating those characters and creating those relationships, changed kind of the dynamic of how people looked at films and how they want the characters to react to each other inside those films.”

Bruce Willis, who had a memorable role in the film playing the character of struggling boxer Bruce Coolidge, did not attend the event. However, his place was filled with his wife Emma Heming and daughter Tallulah Willis, who were applauded by the full crowd, as per the reports by Variety.