Watch: Jennifer Aniston’s raunchy table read for ‘Fast Times At Ridgemont High’ leaves Brad Pitt blushing


Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston finally gave some good news to their fans. No, no, they are not back together but had their big on-screen reunion after decades and it was straight out of a ‘wild’ fantasy. The actors sat down for a table read of the 1982 cult teen comedy Fast Times At Ridgemont High and were joined by actors Sean Penn, Julia Roberts, Shia LaBeouf, Matthew McConaughey, John Legend, with narration by none-other-than Morgan Freeman.

Brad and Jennifer who caused a minor internet meltdown and have been plagued with romance rumours since their big reunion backstage at the SAG awards, made up for their fans as they read a raunchy sex scene from the coming-of-age teen drama. Jennifer played high school ‘sex queen’ Linda Barrett who says, “Hi, Brad. You know how cute I always thought you were. I think you're so sexy. Will you come to me?"

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Jennifer read the scene as Freeman continued to read out the explicit details of the day-dream sequence that left Brad blushing and the other actors gleefully giggling. She tried to keep a straight face, even covering her mouth with her hands, while Brad went red as she read the sensual scene. Julia, Matthew, Sean and Jimmy Kimmel could not keep it together and finally gave in as they watched the former couple work together. Freeman also took great delight in putting the two in a spot with the reading.

Brad’s and Jennifer’s much-anticipated on-screen reunion came 19 years after the former made a guest appearance on Jennifer’s hit sitcom FRIENDS in 2001. Interestingly, in the episode he played Ross Geller’s old schoolmate who hated Rachel Greeen (Jennifer’s character) when they were in high school. The couple had wed in 2000 and separated in 2005, but never worked on a feature film. However, their separation did not curb their fans’ enthusiasm and wish of seeing them onscreen and back together. The virtual event served as a fundraiser for humanitarian organizations in their bid to raise funds for COVID-19 relief efforts.

(Source: Twitter)

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