- Jennifer Aniston was asked yet again about the possibility of a Friends reunion, and she sounds fairly keen to reprise the role of Rachel Green.
- The actress appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to promote Netflix movie Murder Mystery, in which she stars opposite Adam Sandler.
If there's one person who keeps teasing Friends fans with a potential reunion, it's Jennifer Aniston. The actress has spoken numerous times about how she would be keen to pick up the show 15 years after it left our screens, telling Ellen DeGeneres most recently that 'anything could happen'.
"Why not? You know what, because, listen, I told you this. I would do it," the actress said of taking on Rachel Green again, before adding that she hopes the rest of the cast would be keen too. The girls would do it. And the boys would do it, I'm sure."
This isn't the first time Jen An has spoken of a Friends reunion. Asked on the very same show in February 2018, she commented, "Anything is a possibility, Ellen. Anything! I mean, George Clooney got married! That's like, anything can happen! I think it's wonderful."
Sadly, though, despite Jen insisting the rest of the cast - Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc - "would do it", a lot of them have said things previously to suggest otherwise.
Matt LeBlanc, who played Joey Tribbiani, told Mail Online at the end of March 2018: "I don’t want to do it – simple. People want to know what happened to them. But it was about a finite period in a person’s life after college, before you settle down and start a family. To go back and revisit all these years later, well I don’t know what the story would be now. They would all have moved on from that period so it just wouldn’t be the same.
"Put bluntly, I don’t think anybody wants to see an old Joey having a colonoscopy."
David Schwimmer, who played Ross Geller, said something similar when he appeared on Megyn Kelly Today. "Look, the thing is, I just don’t know if I want to see all of us with crutches [and] walkers," he commented. "I doubt it — I really doubt it. But thank you for asking, and moving on!"
Jen, it's on you to make this work.