It's been months since the now-iconic backstage awards show photo of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston set tongues wagging.
And now, the exes are reuniting for a virtual project.
The former couple, who fuelled romance rumours with a very friendly display at the SAG awards in January, are among the many famous faces who have signed on for a live-streamed table read of the 1982 film, Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
Though Pitt famously made a guest appearance on Friends in 2001, a year into his marriage with Aniston, the two have rarely worked together on screen or in film-related projects.
This week, they'll each make a virtual appearance for the table read of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, the coming-of-age teen dramedy that saw the breakout role of actor Sean Penn.
Penn gave a memorable performance in the movie as chilled-out surfer Jeff Spicoli alongside a number of then-unknown young actors including Nicolas Cage, Phoebe Cates, Anthony Edwards, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Judge Reinhold, Eric Stoltz and Forest Whitaker.
Though he won't be reprising his role, Penn is also taking part in the virtual event, called Feelin' A-Live, along with Jimmy Kimmel, Morgan Freeman, Shia LaBeouf, Matthew McConaughey and Julia Roberts.
According to a press release, Feelin' A-Live is an "unrehearsed, anything-goes table read" organised to raise money for Penn's non-profit, CORE and the REFORM Alliance.
The announcement comes seven months after Aniston and Pitt sent the world into complete meltdown during the SAG Awards, where they were pictured hugging backstage following Aniston's win for outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series.
Aniston later admitted it "meant everything" to have the support of Pitt after being told he had proudly watched her accept her award from backstage.
ET Canada spoke to Aniston shortly after her win, revealing to the star that her ex-husband had been smiling as he listened to her speech.
"You had a lot of people emotional while you were giving your speech, backstage here you had Brad Pitt watching that monitor, crying …" the reporter told the Morning Wars star.
"No!" a shocked Aniston replied in disbelief.
"What does it feel to have his support and all your friends' support?" the ET reporter continued.
"God it means everything, we all grow up together, this whole room that's why their performances just moved me and excite me and allowed me to be here," Aniston said.
"It's fantastic we are part of a community together, now we get to go back to work. We are up at 4am and there for 16 hours and rinse and repeat, it's a lot of work. It's nice to have a night where you get to dressed up and celebrate each other."
The candid photo from backstage at the SAG awards sent the internet into an absolute frenzy, prompting eagle-eyed fans to look for signs Aniston and Pitt have rekindled their iconic romance.
Aniston and Pitt were married in 2000 and divorced in 2005.
Dane Cook's 'Feelin' A-Live' will be live-streamed this Friday on CORE's Facebook page.