The cast of 1983 film The Big Chill reunited on the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday, Sept. 5. Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty

Reunited and it feels so good! Glenn Close looked positively giddy as she reunited with her pals and costars from 1983 classic The Big Chill at the Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday, Sept. 5. The Damages star, 66, wore an asymmetrical black top under a black blazer, paired with a sharp pair of black slacks and bejeweled black heels. 

Her former costars similarly kept to a rather subdued color palette on the red carpet at the 30th anniversary screening of their hit movie, about "love, sex, fun and friendship" for the baby boomers generation.

Also in attendance were Kevin Kline, who played Close's husband in the film; Meg Tilly, who played the group's deceased friend's much-younger girlfriend; Mary Kay Place, who played a singleton looking for a sperm donor; JoBeth Williams, who played a dissatisfied wife; and Tom Berenger, who played a moustachioed candidate for Place's character's quest.

Jeff Goldblum, who went on to star in everything from Jurassic Park to Independence Day, with guest spots on Friends, Will & Grace, and Glee, was not in attendance.

"It's been available in your living room for 30 years but you all came out tonight," director and co-writer Lawrence Kasdan addressed the crowd, according to the Toronto Star. The audience responded with a standing ovation.