Brad and Jen have reunited – well, sort of.
They’ve done so in a very modern, COVID-friendly way – through an all-star, fundraising Zoom “table read” of 1982 comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
Pitt and Aniston haven’t worked together since their high-profile split in 2005.
Their appearance was part of the Feelin’ A-Live benefit to raise money for emergency relief organisation CORE, set up by actor Sean Penn.
Pitt, 56, and Aniston, 51, joined Morgan Freeman, Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, Matthew McConaughey, Jimmy Kimmel, Henry Golding and Shia LaBeouf in the hilarious script read.
Fast Times At Ridgemont High was a teenage coming-of-age comedy full of typically teenage things – racy dialogue and risque dream sequences.
In the Zoom video, Brad and Jen act out the film’s topless daydream sequence in which Jen’s character, “sex queen” Linda Barrett (originally played by Phoebe Cates), flirts with Brad’s character Brad Hamilton (originally played by Judge Reinhold).
Brad, with long scruffy hair, and Jen, wearing glasses and a red bikini top over a white singlet, look like they’re having a hoot during the read-through.
“Hi Brad,” Jen as Linda purrs in the video.
“You know how cute I always thought you were. I think you’re so sexy. Would you come to me?”
The rest of the cast can be seen giggling at the raunchy scene the former couple were sharing.
The read-through was kicked off with Brad and Jen exchanging super-friendly greetings.
“Hi Aniston,” Brad says, with Jen answering, “Hi Pitt” and later calling him “honey.”
There’s a certain contingent of people, of course, who would love to see the Hollywood glamour couple back together.
They were spotted looking like besties when they were photographed together for the first time in years at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in January this year.
That sent the internet wild, with fans speculating about a romantic reunion.
But Pitt recently made headlines when it was revealed he was dating 27-year-old model Nicole Poturalski.
Aniston split up with partner Justin Theroux in 2017.
Twitter was alight after the Zoom video was shared online, with fans expressing their enjoyment of the raunchy read-through.
“This will definitely stop everyone obsessing over Brad and Jen reunions,” one person wrote sarcastically.
“Julia Roberts watching this scene is all of America,” wrote another.
‘Julia Roberts watching this scene is all of America.’
“I’m grinning like an idiot watching Brad and Jen interact like this,” a third fan said.