Jennifer Aniston on Friends reunion: The girls have always wanted to but the boys are little less excited about it
Jennifer Aniston revealed on the Late, Late Show with James Cordon that her male co-stars did not want to reunite for a reboot of Friends.
Jennifer Aniston has revealed that her male co-stars from Friends are not keen on a reunion. Aniston on The Late, Late Show with James Cordon, where she was promoting her Netflix film Dumplin', told the host that Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer did not want to revisit their iconic characters on the long-running TV series about six twentysomething friends in New York, despite raging public demand, writes Evening Standard.
"Listen, the girls always say we would love to do it again, and the boys are a little less excited about it for some reason – I don’t know. And so, we’ve decided that we’ll just do… a remake of The Golden Girls in 40 years," the actress told Corden.
Aniston also said that she was unaware about Netflix paying $100 million (roughly Rs 700 crores) to keep showing Friends on the platform through 2019.
The actress had in previous media interviews said that there would be no scope for a Friends reunion but has only recently become open to it.
Aniston's recent release Dumplin' is based on a novel of the same name by Julie Murphy. The plot revolves around a plus sized teen (played by Danielle MacDonald), daughter of a former pageant queen (played by Aniston), who signs up as a contestant on Miss Teen Bluebonnet, writes IMDb.
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