Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt in Quick times at Ridgemont High
It’s 2020 and Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are acting together again.
The default on-screen reunion went in Dane Cook Presents Feelin ‘A-Live: Fast Times at Ridgemont High The schedule is read, with host Dane Cook assembling a team of listeners to reenact the classic 1982 movie.
During the event, Aniston and Pitt played Linda Barrett and Brad Hamilton, and they appeared on screen together for the first time since their 2005 divorce.
The two actors shared a hilarious moment in the script where Brad’s character was fictionalizing about Linda, leading to a live read between the two which caused everyone to laugh.
He also appeared in the live schedule read, Cook as Mark “Ratner”, Ray Liotta as Mr. Hand, John Legend as Charles Jefferson, Henry Golding as Mr. Vargas, Shia LaBeouf as Speckolly, and Matthew McConaughey as Mike Damon, And Julia Roberts as Stacy Hamilton, Sean Penn as a delivery driver, Morgan Freeman reads theater directions and Jimmy Kimmel like all the other characters.
Before you even start reading the schedule, the A-list crew shared some nervous laughs with Kimmel saying, “Everyone’s leg break. Your career depends on this.”
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His comment sparked some laughter, with one saying “That would be cool”.
LaBeouf played the main character, Spicoli – the role Ben previously played in the movie – complete with a cigarette and his character’s debut.
His performance sparked laughter and wide smiles from the actors, notably Ben and Pete, 56, who had previously worked with LaBeouf in the 2014 film. Severe anger.
At the end of the reading, the actors clapped to each other, as Kimmel jokingly asked, “Can we take it from the top and do it again?”
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Roberts also congratulated Freeman for his reading, saying, “Morgan Freeman, you are the best player!”
Pitt and Aniston, 51, were married from 2000 to 2005, rekindling their friendship through the years that culminated in a friendly behind-the-scenes greeting at the Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony earlier this year.
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The social networking site Facebook The live schedule for reading Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Cook spoke to PEOPLE before the big night, explaining why he would like to hold such a mega event as people all over the world are still struggling with the novel coronavirus pandemic.
“It’s hard not to have those really great moments, dare I say, the fun moments, that we have summer to summer – the big movie or the big moment. And when I didn’t see that happening, when I started I thought that watching the movies that I expected most of them are coming out. From where summer is, I think, man, wouldn’t it be cool if we could somehow create a copy of that moment? And I think we have the opportunity to do that, which is pretty cool. “
Regarding how the actors were put together, Cook told PEOPLE, “I just threw out a bunch of names in the original, and was lucky enough to get two of those names pretty quickly. I mean, Jennifer Aniston was beautiful and she was so excited. Julia Roberts attended within that week.” Or the first two weeks, and in 10 days, I knew this could go the distance.As far as the transmission and how we wanted it to meet, there are some expectations about what kind of person should play that role or that role, but it was really about it so let’s try really to break up Diversity, let’s be unexpected. As you know, live reading is a celebration of the written story. “
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