Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman are back together once again.
The “Pulp Fiction” costars met backstage Saturday at the Broadway revival of August Wilson’s “The Piano Lesson,” which stars Jackson, at Manhattan’s Barrymore Theatre.
The pair both starred in Quentin Tarantino’s critically-acclaimed crime drama in 1994.
Thurman, 52, and Jackson, 73, posed for some snaps together on Oct. 1 after the show, which is currently in previews, in the Big Apple.
They smiled while sitting on a staircase and were bundled up to brave the chilly New York weather.
The play — starring Jackson, John David Washington and Danielle Brooks — doesn’t open officially until Oct. 13, but began previews on Saturday.
The Marvel actor’s wife, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, directed the Broadway revival.
The “Grease” alum, 68, and the “Kill Bill” star recreated their famous dance from the flick at the awards show. The trio then presented the award for Best Actor.
“Some actors stay in character through an entire shoot, and some, well, they just never let it go,” Jackson quipped during presenting.
Thurman interjected, “Maybe later we’ll have a $5 milkshake,” with Travolta chiming in, “How about a royale with cheese?”
“‘Pulp Fiction’ was a masterpiece, but these two think it was all about a dance contest,” the “Glass” star joked.
“Pulp Fiction” scored seven nominations at the 1995 Academy Awards and Tarantino won the golden statuette for Best Screenplay.
The film followed Jackson and Travolta as two hitmen who befriend a mob boss’s wife (played by Thurman) in Los Angeles.
The former fashion model and Jackson will also be seen together in the upcoming movie, “The Kill Room,” which also stars Thurman’s daughter, Maya Hawke.
“The Kill Room” chronicles “a hitman, his boss, an art dealer and a money-laundering scheme that accidentally turns the assassin into an overnight avant-garde sensation, one that forces her to play the art world against the underworld,” according to IMDB.