The 'Fast Times' Table Read Became an Aniston/Pitt Reunion

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"I wish I could say [Pitt and Aniston's reunion] was my plan all along", Dane Cook, the read's organizer, joked. I think you're so sexy.

Almost 19 years after sharing the screen on a hilarious episode of "Friends", it's clear that Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston still have great comedic timing! "Will you come to me?"

The well-known daydream scene was narrated by movie legend Morgan Freeman, 83, for the table read.

But majority of viewers believe Shia LaBeouf actually stole the show of Fast Times at Ridgemont High table read.

The pair appeared on TV together in 2001 when Pitt made a guest appearance on Friends.

Aniston and Pitt were one of the biggest celebrity couples of the 1990s and married in 2000 before divorcing in 2005.

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During their performance Brad, 56, took on the role of Brad Hamilton, originally played by Judge Reinhold, 63, while his ex-wife, 51, played high school "sex queen" Linda Barrett, portrayed by Phoebe Cates, 57, in the coming-of-age teenage dramedy.

"Good, honey, how you are you doin'?"

Even Brad cracked up as Jen read the lines! In the scene, character Brad is fantasizing about his counterpart Linda flirting with him at a pool, stripping for him, and getting ready to "fall into passionate love-making" with him.

And seemingly we are all very much into a Jen and Brad reunion.

They were joined by an A-List cast including Oscar-winning actors Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey and Morgan Freeman, who took the role of narrator.

Last night, fans were treated to a unique table read event to benefit Sean Penn's CORE, an organization that's providing Covid-19 testing and relief services throughout the United States.

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