A first look at Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's new project has been revealed

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Photo credit: Stephane Cardinale - Corbis - Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt have reunited online for a table read of the 1982 teen comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and we have a picture as proof!

The former married couple are together again (sort of) in a new image from the reading, which shows stars of the reprise in their own living rooms. Along with Brad and Jen, there's also Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, John Legend, Matthew McConaughey... quite the star-studded cast, basically.

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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.

Oh, and 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. You may remember that they were pretty happy to see each other back then, so we're looking for the same amount of enthusiasm from this new project, too.

Photo credit: Emma McIntyre - Getty Images
Photo credit: Emma McIntyre - Getty Images

The table read will help to raise money for CORE, a charitable organisation providing emergency relief amid the coronavirus pandemic, as well as Reform Alliance, which is focused on criminal justice reform.

Presenter Dane Cook said in a statement: "We're so excited to finally bring you our Fast Times table read in what I must say is the coolest virtual classroom I've ever been in."

The event is set to stream on Facebook Live, TikTok and LIVEXLIVE on Thursday, (September 17), marking the 38th anniversary of the iconic comedy movie. We're yet to find out which roles Brad and Jen will play, but we're sincerely hoping they cross (virtual) paths...

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