Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston

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Here's a Hollywood Where's Waldo? for you:

In the picture above, taken at the 2015 Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Thursday, can you spot Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston?

That's right, the two were photographed in the same room, breathing the same (hopefully) air-conditioned air, for the first time in more than five years. Why so long? Well, Jolie has attended more movie events in general, as she's more known as a film actress, whereas Aniston is more famous for her 10-season run on Friends. And also possibly because of, you know, that whole Brad Pitt thing.

Here, here's a cheat pic. There they are, just one, two, yes, three tables away.

Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston

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Pitt did not attend the event. Jolie, who was nominated for a Critics' Choice Movie Award for directing the movie Unbroken, sat with two of the film's actors, Garrett Hedlund and Japanese rock star Miyavi. Aniston, who was nominated for her role in Cake, was seated next to her fiancé, The Leftovers star Justin Theroux.

 

Jennifer Aniston

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E! News learned earlier this week that no, the actresses did not interact.

Aniston did, however, praise Jolie's movie in an interview with Entertainment Tonight .

"Unbroken is so beautiful and wonderful and [Jolie] did such a gorgeous job," she said. "I think it's time people stop with that petty B.S. and start celebrating great work and stop with the petty kind of silliness."

Jolie has not commented publicly about Cake.

Angelina Jolie

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Aniston was married to Pitt from 2000 to 2005, when his and Jolie's hit spy film Mr. and Mrs. Smith was released. Months after they announced their split, the actor stepped out with his now-wife. The pair, parents to six children, wed last year.

Over the past nine years, Jolie and Aniston have both attended the same celebrity event once since Pitt's divorce from the latter—the 2009 Oscars. Jolie walked the red carpet with Pitt and was nominated for her role in Changling (she lost toKate Winslet for The Reader). Aniston was there as a presenter.

Aniston told Vogue in 2006 that she did meet Aniston once, adding, "but it was not a proper meeting."

"We've, like, passed each other and said 'hi' briefly, shook hands," she said at the time. "But not a real sit-down-and-talk kind of meeting. That would be her decision, and I would welcome it."

Jolie and Aniston also both attended the 2002 Golden Globes and the 2002, 2000 and 1999 Screen Actors Guild Awards. This year, the former star is nominated for a SAG Award for Cake. Both she and Jolie did not win Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Thursday. Both have also been snubbed for Oscars this year.

Will they have the chance to bump into each other in the future? Jolie's work did not receive a SAG nomination either, nor did Selma, a Martin Luther King Jr. biopic that Pitt co-produced. However, the movie has been nominated for an Best Picture Oscar. The presenters and other celebrity participants are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

The Oscars take place on Feb. 22 (check out a full list of nominations, which will also show which celebrities are definitely expected to attend).

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