Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston To Reunite On The Small Screen After 19 Long Years For Fast Times At Ridgemont High Live Reading

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston might share their first scene after almost 19 years for the Fast Times at Ridgemont High live reading. Read below to know more.

Hollywood actors Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt were among the adorable couple before they amicably split in 2005 after five years of marriage. In their time together and as well as apart, the former lovebirds shared the screen space only once. The last time we saw Brad and Jen share the screen was for FRIENDS episode of Thanks Giving in 2001.

Now, almost after 19 years Brad and Jen could be seen acting together at a live reading of Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Many reports claim that the Once Upon A Time Hollywood star has been added to a star-studded list of the virtual live table of the 1982 teen classic.

According to People Magazine, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston will be joining Hollywood biggies Dane Cook, Morgan Freeman, Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts, Henry Godling, Shia LaBeaof in the unrehearsed event.

There has been no confirmation about which role will the two play, hence it is unclear if Pitt and Aniston will share the screen during the live reading of the teen classic.

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Brad and Jen have reunited multiple times in the past couple of months- once during the SAG Awards and later when the former attended the FRIENDS alum’s 50th birthday party last year.

Fans are elated by the news and rooting for Brad and Jen to share the screen space amid their off-screen reunions. There were rumours that Brad and Jen have secretly welcomed twins via surrogacy but neither of them reacted to the same. Later Jen’s representative refuted all the rumours of their possible reunion.

On the work front, Brad Pitt will be producing upcoming movie Blonde, whereas Jennifer Aniston is gearing up for the much-awaited FRIENDS Reunion which got delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.