In a new advertisement set to air on February 13 during Super Bowl LVI, Mila Kunis, 38, and Demi Moore, 59, joke about their unusual connection.
The AT&T Fiber ad has brought the two together while also highlighting their most famous connection, Kunis' 43-year-old husband, Ashton Kutcher. The actor also happens to be Demi Moore's ex-husband.
Kutcher is famous for his role in That '70s Show. He married Kunis in 2015, two years after finalizing his divorce from Moore.
Still, Kunis and Moore have a lot more in common than the same husband. The two also attended the same school, although not at the same time.
Kunis attended Fairfax High School in West Hollywood 23 years after Moore left. Moore dropped out during her junior year to pursue her acting career.
Now, the two actresses have been reunited once more by AT&T in a minute-long ad.
After meeting in a high school reunion hoping to with "Most Admired Alum" title, they both lose to their school's "first gigillionaire" who has high-speed internet.
Here's the ad:
After the embarrassing loss, Moore says that she had no idea that they had been to the same high school, to which Kunis says, "We have a lot in common."
The two are then dismissively told to get off the stage.
In reality, the two discovered they had been to the same high school while in their first collaboration meeting with AT&T. Kunis thought this partnership would make the ad more humorous.
So, she reached out to Moore, and Kunis was excited when she agreed to join her for the promotion.
Moore later admitted that the experience had brought new depths to the significance of meaningful connections. The ad, according to her, had brought two Fairfax alum together in such a playful way.
In 2019, Moore released a memoir, Inside Out, in which she claimed to have gone "into contortions" while trying to be the kind of woman Kutcher wanted.
Kutcher gave no response to the claims, although his tweet suggested he really wanted to until he saw his son, daughter, and wife and decided to delete the message.
Moore and Kutcher still work together on their foundation, Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children, their anti-human trafficking charity organization.