Jennifer Aniston Really Wants That Friends Reboot to Happen … But Does Anyone Else?

Ah, the olden concern. Is there going to be a Friends reunion?

Based on this interview with Jennifer Aniston in the September concern of InStyle, one Rachel Green might not be more thrilled about the possibility.

“Before that show ended, people were asking if we were coming back,” she stated in action to whether she believes Friends would ever rebound. “Courteney[Cox] and Lisa [Kudrow] and I speak about it. I think about it. It actually was the best task I ever had. I do not understand what it would appear like today, however you never ever understand. So lots of programs are being effectively restarted. I understand Matt LeBlanc does not wish to be asked that concern any longer. But possibly we might talk him into it. Or we simply offer it a long time and after that Lisa, Courteney, and I might reboot TheGolden Girls and invest our ins 2015 together on wicker furnishings.”

It’s not the very first time she’s revealed interest in a reunion. Earlier this year, in a look on TheEllen Show, she stimulated hope in the hearts of Friends stans around the world stating, “Anything is a possibility, Ellen. Anything! I mean, George Clooney got married! That’s like, anything can happen! I think it’s wonderful.”

The remainder of the sextet, though? They’re, well, less enthused.

Back in 2015, the starlet stated: “Let it go. We’re not doing it! It’s just not going to happen.” Brief, to the point, indisputable. She hasn’t stated much on the subject considering that, although Aniston did state in her InStyle interview that they “talk about it.”

OnConan previously this year, after a viral “trailer” for a Friends film dropped on YouTube, pieced together with clips from numerous other programs the Friends stars had been on, she stated: “They’re restarting whatever so how does that deal with Friends, though? That had to do with individuals in their 20 s, 30 s. the program isn’t about individuals in their 40 s and 50 s. And if we have the exact same issues, then that’s simply unfortunate.”

Matt LeBlanc
Matt LeBlanc is as sure of not wishing to do a reboot as Joey is of his love for sandwiches. Speaking with SteveHarvey previously this year, he stated: “That show was about a very finite period in your life, when you’re between 20 and 30, you’re out of school but your life hadn’t really started yet and your friends are your family, and you’re kind of finding your way. When that period is over, it’s over. All the characters have gone their separate ways. I always have this standard go-to joke when people say, ‘We want to see what Joey’s doing now.’ Nobody wants to see Joey at his colonoscopy! Nobody wants to see that.”

Everyone’s preferred ironical good friend exposed to Variety in 2015 why he protests the entire concept. “I have this repeating headache– I’m not joking about this. When I’m asleep, I have this headache that we do Friends once again and no one cares. We do an entire series, we return, and no one appreciates it. So if any person asks me, I’m gon na state no. The thing is: we ended on such a high. We can’t beat it. Why would we go and do it once again?”

OnMegynKelly Today previously this year, Schwimmer closed down the possibility of a reunion, stating, “Look, the important things is, I simply do not understand if I wish to see everybody with crutches [and] walkers.”

OkayRoss, we’re not discussing Friends: The Septuagenerian Edition, however I get where you’re originating from. Now, I’m as strong a Friends fan as they come. I never ever– actually, never ever– tire of re-watching this program, can quite easily work quips from the program into day-to-day discussion, and even own a Friends DVD box set circa2006 But I’m with the gang on this one. That program is a best– undoubtedly utopian– microcosm of 20- something New Yorkers attempting to figure their lives out, and there’s something so pure and familiar and simply so ’90 s about it that I dislike the idea of what it would appear like in2018 For one, everybody at Central Perk would be on their phones, discussion would likely be controlled by whatever inane thing the Trump administration did that day, and nobody would have the ability to manage to reside in the WestVillage That reveal worked due to the fact that it caught a particular, optimistic minute in time, and more significantly, a particular minute in time in its characters’ lives, prior to they really matured and went their semi-separate methods. And when I think about those good friends, I wish to imagine them having long discussions about life over huge mugs of black coffee, not drinking on turmeric lattes as they gripe about their taxes.