Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Just Reunited Over Video Call

  • Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Just Reunited Over Video Call

Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Just Reunited Over Video Call

The online table read is the first time that Brad and Jennifer have been pictured together since they were reunited at the SAG awards in January.

Aniston and Pitt both appeared in a first look at the virtual table read, in a photo shared by Dane Cook on Instagram.

During the virtual fundraiser, Aniston, Pitt and fellow A-list stars will have a live table read of the 1982 film Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Pitt is also smiling wide and is showing off long blonde locks while wearing a bright green shirt.

The couple who were married from 2000 to 2005, have rekindled their friendship post Brad Pitt's separation from Angelina Jolie. Jimmy Kimmel, Dane Cook, Morgan Freeman, Henry Golding, Shia LaBeouf, Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts, and original cast member Sean Penn will all also take part in the unrehearsed fundraising event. Pitt though is rumored to be dating model Nicole Poturalski with whom he has been spending time in France and Berlin.

The last time Brad, 56, and Jen, 51, were seen on screen together was in 2001, a year into their marriage, when Brad made a guest appearance as Will Colbert on Friends alongside Jen's Rachel Green. Set your alarms for Thursday! The event will air on September 17, and will be live on Facebook. Everyone else's roles are unspecified.

The fundraiser will stream on CORE's Facebook page and TikTok page as well as LiveXLive.

This must-see table read-featuring highlights from director Amy Heckerling and screenwriter Cameron Crowe's seminal 1982 film-is a fundraiser for two vital organizations: the emergency relief nonprofit CORE, the humanitarian organization co-founded by Sean Penn and CEO Ann Lee, now on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19 providing testing and relief services in the United States; and the REFORM Alliance, which is focused on passing laws to reform the criminal justice system and protecting the incarcerated population from the spread of COVID-19. Unless otherwise noted, the author is writing in his/her personal capacity.