Transcript for Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt reunite for ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ table read
Lara and riva. Hey, Lahr R. Hi, you guys. Good to see you again. Happy Friday and it finally happened. The long awaited star-studded table read of "Fast times at ridgemont high" went off without a hitch. Sean Penn organizing a cast full of celebrities. Look at them. They read the script from the 1982 movie but what we really tuned in for was the Brad pitt/jennifer aniston reunion and did not disappoint. Take a look at Jen as Linda and Brad playing Brad Hamilton. Hi, Brad. You know how cute I always thought you were. I think you're so sexy. Just a minute. Oh, god, I'm so sorry. Viewers loving the reunion. Some calling it the highlight of 2020. Shia laboeuf had the role of the night playing surfer dude Jeff spicolli and did it from his car. Morgan Freeman did narration delivering the stage directions as only he can. Also on hand Dane cook, Matthew mcconaughey, Julia Robert, John legend, Jimmy Kimmel who seemed to get a kick out of playing multiple roles. Almost 50,000 tuned in for the live event to raise money for covid-19 relief and the reform alliance. If you missed it, not to worry you can still tune in to "Fast times at ridgemont high" table read on the core Facebook page. It does not disappoint. We will see Jen again Sunday night where she is the best actress nominee. "Succession" expected to be there. They could win acting and show the question is, though, what will everyone wear? Producers sent a letter out encouraging nominees to get creative and what about host Jimmy Kimmel? I had the chance to talk to him at home. Take a look at what he said. Have you picked out your tux? I'm wearing one of the tuxes that I wore when I hosted the oscars. I'm wearing an old tux seed dough. I don't think anybody will have any idea. Pants or no pants? I'm wearing one leg of the pants. That's nice. Versatile. The L.A. Time something predicting loungewear will be the big look for winners at home. Acceptance speeches with stars taking pajamas to the next level. We'll find out when it happens this Sunday 8:00 P.M. The Emmy awards airing right here on ABC. Finally, you guys, this morning, it's a fact of life that the older a rescue dog gets the harder to find him or her a home. This woman created a senior sanctuary in New Jersey. Marty's place named after hi special senior dog takes in dogs age 7 and up who aren't get ago adopted or face homelessness when their humans can't take care of the dogs any longer. These mature mutts get such special treatment. They get lots of walk, lots of couches for lounging. They even have an inground pool for water therapy. The sanctuary provides a place for the dogs to grow old gracefully, to have fun and have all of their medical needs taken care of through donations and fund-raising efforts. Cheers on this Friday to Marty's place. Back to you guys, right now in the studio from this spectacular senior dog and me.
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