• Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo have reunited on the set of Netflix's "The Adam Project"
  • They posted a happy reunion photo from the upcoming film's Canada set
  • This is their first film together since the 2004 romantic comedy "13 Going on 30"

Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo are happy to reconnect on a film set almost two decades after co-starring on "13 Going on 30."

Garner and Ruffalo have reunited for the upcoming Netflix movie "The Adam Project," which also stars Ryan Reynolds. They took to social media Tuesday to share a selfie from the set of their new film in Vancouver, Canada.

"Wishing dust worked! And I got a perfect day with my old pal," Garner captioned her Instagram photo, in which she is sporting a pair of spectacles with a black frame.

Ruffalo posted the same photo, which features the two smiling widely, on Twitter.

"Reconnecting with an old pal. Anyone know where we can get Razzles in Canada?" he tweeted, referring to the candy that was one of the highlights of the 2004 film "13 Going on 30."

The new photo is a treat for their fans who wanted more after Ruffalo posted a throwback photo of them last year.

In April 2020, Ruffalo celebrated the 16th anniversary of "13 Going on 30" by tweeting a still from the romantic comedy. "Happy Anniversary to 13 Going on 30 today! Remember what the world was like when Razzles were all the rage? Missing that time," he wrote.

Looking forward, in "The Adam Project," Ruffalo and Garner will play the parents of Reynolds' character, who goes back in time to find his 13-year-old self and seek help from his scientist father in order to save the future.

In November, Reynolds informed his fans on Instagram that he had started work on "The Adam Project."

"And away we go... shooting has begun on The Adam Project for @netflix. This is a dream cast and crew. Happy to be back in the sturdy arms of my friend, life coach and director, @slevydirect. @zoesaldana @markruffalo @jennifer.garner #WalkerScobell," he wrote.

The "Deadpool" star also shared some photos from the set. The first one showed Reynolds walking in the middle of a forest with child actor Walker Scobell. The second photo had Reynolds and director Shawn Levy wearing face masks and engaging in a conversation.

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Mark Ruffalo will appear in “Thor: Ragnarok” as the Hulk. In this photo, the actor, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role in “Spotlight,” arrives at the 88th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California on Feb. 28, 2016. Reuters/Adrees Latif