Hollywood stars Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are said to have had a 'really good time' with their recent script reading.
The former power couple, who split 15 years ago, took part in a digital script reading of Fast Times At Ridgement High at charity table read.
Other stars present in the A-list line-up included Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Henry Golding, Shia LaBeouf, and Morgan Freeman.
However, all eyes were on Brad, 56, and Jen, 51, as they took part in a flirty scenes between their respective characters Brad Hamilton and Linda Barrett.
Now a source has told Us Weekly: "Everyone, including Brad and Jen, had a really good time doing the reading of Fast Times at Ridgemont High and were happy to reunite.
"[Host] Dane [Cook] plans to organize more readings like this in the future. … Brad and Jen’s friends and the others involved thought it went really well!"
Early in the reading, Brad was seen applauding as his ex-wife was introduced, which Jennifer returned by cheering at his introduction.
The pair were married from 2000 to 2005 after they split and Brad began a relationship with his Mr and Mrs Smith co-star Angelina Jolie.
Brad married Angelina in 2014 but they split in 2016 and are now in the throes of a lengthy divorce and custody battle.
It was recently reported by Us Weeky that the couple were no longer in family therapy together.
A source told the US publication: "Tensions have escalated between Brad and Angelina, with family therapy no longer taking place."
Jennifer, meanwhile, was married to actor Justin Theroux from 2015 to 2017.
Hope for a reunion for Brad and Jen exploded earlier this year when they were photographed backstage together at the Screen Actors Guild awards.
Brad took home a gong for his performance in Quentin Tarantino's film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, while Jennifer was awarded for her turn in Apple TV series The Morning Show.
He has since been romantically linked to German model Nicole Poturalski.
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