They played heartbroken souls who found solace in one another in the 2014 cult hit, "That Thing Called Tadhana."
And Angelica Panganiban and JM de Guzman proved that the bond formed between them when they shot the indie darling is still strong as they joined friends for a night out Thursday.
The two were seen reuniting at a local pub in Quezon City with Joross Gamboa, Janus del Prado, and Glaiza De Castro among other friends.
"Together again with Anthony," Panganiban wrote as the caption to a photo she took with De Guzman of them recreating their pose in one of the posters for "That Thing Called Tadhana."
Their reunion came a month after De Guzman returned from his showbiz break, signing with Star Magic --the same talent agency that handles Panganiban's career.
Their playful photo immediately sparked calls from fans for a sequel to their film, which became the highest grossing indie flick during the year it was released.
Its director, Antoinette Jadaone, has already said that she's open to doing one but it has to be within the "right" conditions.
"Gusto ko magkaroon pero gusto ko dapat sa tamang dahilan, sa tamang panahon, sa tamang timing," she said back in 2015.