The Jenifer Aniston and Brad Pitt reunion for a table read of Fast Times At Ridgemont High has delighted fans.
The virtual read through of the 1982 teen drama was part of a charity fundraiser. It was live-streamed yesterday (September 17) and was narrated by Morgan Freeman.
The pair were married for five years before divorcing in 2005 and have remained amicable. Viewers were excited to see them greet each other personally.
What was the Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt reunion all about?
Brad said: “Hi Aniston.”
The Friends star said back to him: “Hi Pitt!”
Brad asked: “How you doing?”, with his ex-wife responding: “Good honey, how are you doing?”
He said back: “I’m alright.”
There was a whole load of A-Listers involved on the Zoom meet-up.
Two of the original stars, Sean Penn and Matthew McConaughey, were present.
Other famous faces included Julia Roberts, John Legend, a cameo from his wife Chrissy Teigan, Shia LeBeouf and Morgan Freeman, who narrated the whole thing.
But the excitement between Jen and Brad didn’t end there.
Pitt was the character Brad, who was once played by Judge Reinhold. Jennifer played the love interest of the film, Linda – originally played by Phoebe Cates.
What was the scene?
In one raunchy scene, after he sees Linda in a bikini, Brad (the character – not Pitt) goes to the bathroom. As narrator Morgan Freeman explained: “Brad is jacking off.”
In Brad’s daydream, Linda reciprocates his desires. Jennifer, reading the part, said: “Hi Brad. You know how cute I always thought you were. I think you’re so sexy. Would you come to me?”
And seemingly we are all very much into a Jen and Brad reunion.
— Jillian Sederholm (@JillianSed) September 18, 2020
Everyone laughing between the Brad/Jen of it all and Morgan doing the stage directions with his “lord have mercy”… idk who organized this and cast Jen and Brad as Brad and Linda but I have to scream. I love it. pic.twitter.com/29T2P3z7N5
— b. (@notevenloaded) September 18, 2020
— thay 🦙 (@beingamaguire) September 18, 2020
The charity event raised more than $50,000 (£38,000) for CORE Response, a charity that helps to fund coronavirus relief.
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