'Friends' Reunion Special Reportedly in the Works for HBO Max
The six core cast members of Friends are said to be in talks to reunite for a television project. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer, along with the sitcoms creators, David Crane and Marta Kauffman, are discussing a possible reunion project for HBO Max. The unscripted reunion special is said to be a long way from being a done deal. Clearly, Aniston is just like fans when it comes to loving every minute and wanting more of anything related to a Friends reunion. RELATED CONTENT:Jennifer Aniston Pays Tribute to 'Iconic' Cast of 'Friends' While Accepting Peoples Icon AwardCourteney Cox Shares Rare Photo With Former 'Friends' Co-Star Matthew Perry
'Friends' co-stars reunite for a rare selfie, and it's perfection
Courteney Cox posed with former co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Matt LeBlanc on Saturday night. Thanks to this awesome selfie that Courteney Cox shared on Instagram, we're doing great. The "Friends" actor posed with former co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Matt LeBlanc on Saturday night. "A rare night and I love it," Cox captioned the photo. Well yeah, if the other three besties -- Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow and David Schwimmer -- were also in it.
'Friends' remains popular, especially in China
Handout/Getty ImagesHOLLYWOOD, Calif. - Nearly 25 years ago, Rachel Green stumbled into Central Perk, dripping wet in a wedding dress -- and "Friends" was born. Several of the starring actors posted the same group photo on Instagram, of the five arm-in-arm strolling down the street. posted a similar message with the group photo, adding, "Big love to the other five friends." In China, many used the show to teach American-style English, and there's even Central Perk replica cafes in Beijing and Shanghai. Despite ceasing production 15 years ago, the show's popularity has endured -- a Chinese fan group has created a Friends-themed 2020 calendar.
'Friends' Cast Posts Identical Tributes in Honor of 25th Anniversary
Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of the premiere of Friends, but for the beloved cast of the hit sitcom, itll always be about Thursday night. On Thursday, four of the six Friends took to Instagram (because Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry still dont have an account!) Courteney Cox, who played the neurotic Monica Geller, shared an iconic cast photo with the caption, Celebrating a Thursday night 25 years ago. Thanks to all the fans for watching.Clearly the cast is still close, considering their synchronized posts and love for their iconic sitcom. RELATED CONTENT:Streaming 'Friends': How a '90s Sitcom Became Gen Z's Favorite ShowFriends: What the Cast Has Said About a Reboot and Their Reunions Over the YearsHere's What the 'Friends' Cast Looked Like 25 Years Ago -- and Where They Are Now!
Friends: What the Cast Has Said About a Reboot and Their Reunions Over the Years
Will Friends ever get the reboot that fans everywhere are dreaming about? The next year, during an interview with Vanity Fair, Perry shared his thoughts, and fears, concerning a possible Friends reboot happening. When I'm asleep, I have this nightmare that we do Friends again and nobody cares," Perry said at the time. LeBlanc shared a photo from the big night, writing of his friend's performance, "He and the cast were great. David SchwimmerIn the mid-2010s the cast had a few planned reunions, like a 2016 tribute special for legendary TV director James Burrows.