Chris Evans and Jenny Slate
Chris Evans and Jenny Slate were back together for one night. Pictured: Chris Evans on Feb. 26, 2017 in Los Angeles and Jenny Slate on Feb. 25, 2017 in Santa Monica, California. Getty Images

Chris Evans and Jenny Slate may have ended their relationship, but for one night, the exes seemed happy to be together. Posing for photos on the red carpet at the premiere of their new movie, “Gifted,” Slate and Evans publically reunited for the first time since splitting up earlier this year.

There appeared to be no bad blood between the former couple as they both joked about each other and their experiences making the film. When asked how Evans played a part different than his usual roles, Slate said, “He’s excellent. He is so excellent.”

While the two may be broken up, they still have funny memories of the time they spent on set together. According to Slate, one incident involved her accidentally kneeing Evans below the belt during a makeout scene.

“We only had three takes or so, so it’s like, there’s nothing romantic about it,” Slate told E! News. “We were shooting on film so that also means you really don’t want to make a mistake. So it was, I felt like it was all knees and elbows.”

Evans confirmed the painful scene, laughing it off and saying, “Yeah, the makeout scene, stumbling onto the bed there may have been a knee in a less than comfortable place.”

After ending their relationship earlier this year, Slate admitted last month that she hadn’t spoken to Evans since things ended. “We’re not on bad terms, but we haven’t really seen each other, spoken a lot. I think it’s probably best. I’d love to be his friend one day, but we threw down pretty hard. No regrets, though. Ever,” she told Vulture.

Slate and Evans’ upcoming film, “Gifted,” opens in select theaters on April 7, followed by a general release on April 21. The film stars Evans as the uncle of a gifted 7-year-old girl who lost her mother to suicide. Trying to give his niece a normal childhood, Evans’ character battles with his family for custody of the child.