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Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have reportedly signed up for the same project for the first time since their divorce.

The former couple, who ended their five-year marriage in 2005, are said to both be taking part in a live charity event on Friday, August 21st, appearing on screen together for the first time since Brad’s guest appearance on Friends in 2001.


The event is helping to raise money for Sean Penn’s emergency relief organisation CORE and REFORM Alliance, with the actors reading through 1982 hit movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High for Dane Cook’s Feelin’ A-Live benefit, according to GRAZIA. 


Alongside Brad and Jen, other big names set to appear include Julia Roberts, Morgan Freeman, Henry Golding and Matthew McConaughey.


Sean Penn originally starred in the movie, but he will not be returning to his original role of Jeff Spicol, but it’s reported that he will be taking part in the performance.



Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston divorced in 2005. (via Getty)


Speaking about the event, Sean Penn said “‘I’m always game for a giggle. So, to gather remotely for a night of laughs with so many talented folks while providing CORE with much-needed resources to continue our vital work, then consider us fully onboard to play.”


The virtual event will be live-streamed on Facebook and TikTok. 


This is not the first reunion for Brad and Jen in recent times, with the first sending fans into nothing short of a frenzy. At the SAG Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles earlier this year, the pair were photographed sharing an adorable moment, smiling and embracing each other. 



The photos of Brad and Jen’s first reunion instantly went viral in January. (via Getty)


At the time the photos were taking, fans took to Twitter in awe.





If this is how fans react to them bumping into each other at an award show, IMAGINE how people will feel seeing them on screen together again. 


We’re too excited.


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