Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are to appear on screen together for the first time since 2001.
The former lovers have both agreed to work together for the first time since they divorced almost two decades ago.
Brad, 56, and Jen have both signed on the dotted line to participate in a read-through of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, for charity.
The exes were married for five years, before splitting in 2005 - sending shockwaves through Hollywood and the rest of the world.
Now, it's been revealed that Jennifer, 51, was the first to agree to take part in the upcoming project.
Speaking to Extra, Dane Cook said: "I think Jennifer Aniston was lovely and the first person to say, 'I'm in,' and then it just started to rocket after that."
Brad and Jen will be taking part in the read-through as part of Dane's Feelin' A-Live benefit which will raise cash for the emergency relief organisation, CORE, which was set up by actor Sean Penn.
They will be joined by the likes of Julia Roberts, Morgan Freeman and Matthew McConaughey as they recite the 1982 hit film.
Fans will no doubt be left celebrating as the pair appear together, almost two decades after they appeared in an episode of Friends back in 2001.
Brad, took on the role of Jen's characters school pal who held a grudge against her.
In recent years, the former flames have grown close as they both deal with divorcing their second spouse.
Brad went on to find love with actress Angelina Jolie, with the pair having six children. Sadly, they went on to file for divorce on September 19, 2016, just two years after saying "I do".
Jennifer went on to marry actor Justin Theroux, but their relationship came tumbling down after they separated in 2017.
Recently, fans have been pining for the pair to reunite as they've grown closer, most notably putting on an adorable display as they reunited at the Screen Actor's Guild Awards earlier this year.