Courteney Cox put her creative energy to good use on Thursday.
The Scream star, 58, took to her Instagram to share A music video she made, starring her two dogs, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, was called Lily and Bear.
“I got bored and decided to make my dog a music video,” she wrote in text overlaid on the clip.
The adorable artwork is set to Lizzy McAlpine’s viral TikTok song ‘Ceilings’ and features Kourtney in a number of different poses as she tries to take the best shots of her four-legged co-star.
Although most of the clip had a dreamy, slow-motion aesthetic, it ended with an abrupt cut to the music as one of the dogs begins to stroke the other, with a dismayed Courtney telling them, “Whoa, that’s too much!”
I’m bored: Courteney Cox put her creative energy to good use Thursday and made a music video starring her dogs
lovable! The Scream star, 58, took to her Instagram to share the creative clip, starring two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels named Lily and Bear
That sentiment was echoed in her caption, which read, “So far!”
One time the Friends star was seen lying on the floor with her phone in her hand, while another shot was seen depicting the two stars furry next to a stunning fireplace.
Cox continued to flaunt her directorial chops, hauling one of the dogs through the separation wall while she was standing outside her home.
She made sure her movie stars looked their best, as one of the pups wore a hair tie for the occasion.
There was also a checkered black and white sequence of dogs playing together.
Another moment in the clip saw the puppies run in slow motion.
Her friends and followers found joy in the sweet clip, with actress Kathy Najimy commenting, “Best motion picture of the year!”
“I would like to see an entire movie about this,” actor Greg Rikaart added, while someone else wrote, “This deserves an Oscar!”
Hilarious: While most of the clip had a dreamy, slow-motion aesthetic, it ended with an abrupt cut to the music as one dog starts hitting the other, with a dismayed Courtney telling them, “Whoa, that’s too much!”
Director: The gorgeous artwork is set to Lizzy McAlpine’s viral song ‘Ceilings’ and Courtney appears in a number of different poses while trying to capture the best shots
Cinematic masterpiece: One clip saw her posing as the two stars in fur next to a stunning fireplace
Technician: Cox continued to show off her directorial chops, taking one of the dogs through the separation wall while standing outside her home
Best picture! Her friends and followers found joy in the sweet clip, with actress Kathy Najimy commenting, “Best motion picture of the year!”
Many comments joked about the funny ending, with one person writing: WOW!!!!! What a plot twist!!!!
In February, Cox officially joined the greats with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The actress was immortalized along the famous boulevard with a newly created star, making her the 2,750th person to be honored with the honor.
A slew of celebs braved the rain to show Courteney their support in her historic achievement — including her good ‘friends’, Jennifer Aniston, 54, and Lisa Kudrow, 59.
Courteney’s longtime friend Laura Dern, 56, was also there to give a speech, and her longtime partner Johnny McDaid, 46, and daughter Coco Arquette, 18, were also in attendance.
Courtney has acting credits stretching back to the ’80s before landing a role on the iconic series Friends as the uptight Monica Geller.
From 1994 to 2004, she starred opposite Jennifer & Lisa, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer, playing a group of friends as they navigate their way through New York.
While on Friends, she was cast in the hit horror movie, Scream. She will return to her role of Gale Weathers for the sixth time in the upcoming sequel, Scream 6.
Showbiz icon! In February, Kourtney officially joined the greats with her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
TV Star: The actress shot to fame on the series Friends; (LR) Cox, Jennifer Aniston, and Matthew Perry are photographed in 2002’s Friends