Lisa Kudrow gives hope to Friends tv show fans. Since ‘Friends’ ended its ten seasons on air with the release of the last episode in May 2004, the vast majority of their fans dream of seeing their stars again – Monica, Chandler, Ross, Rachel, Joey and Phoebe – together again before the cameras.
The cult that has been created around the legendary series reaches the point that periodically rumors circulate about a hypothetical meeting that always has to end up denying one of the actors of the cast.
The return of shows like ‘Will and Grace’ or reboot of classics like ‘Full House’, helped many give for certain the news that the cast of Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer had agreed to shoot a film with which to resume his story, following the line of series such as ‘The Entourage’ or ‘Absolutely Fabulous’.
In fact, the fake trailer of course film managed to exceed forty million views in a week despite being assembly using images of various projects that have embarked six performers after saying goodbye to the characters that gave them fame.
“It’s crazy,” admitted Lisa Kudrow Phoebe -the unforgettable and eccentric passing through the ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ program laughingly. “Courtney was the one who told us. ‘? Have you seen the trailer my God, what are we going to do’ Nothing, no matter, they are just scenes from ‘Cougar Town’ [the starring Cox series] and other bits and pieces. I do not know what to think about it. it’s just different clips of things that have nothing to do with ‘Friends’, only that they have called’ Friends, the movie. something should be done about it, but do not know the what”.
Evidently, the actress is very aware that what really interests everyone is to know if there is at least one possibility, however small, that her companions and she agreed to resume their old roles even if only once more.
“I know they’re doing reboots of everything, but I do not know how that could be done with Friends.” The series revolved around twenties and thirties, not people who have already turned forty and fifty, and if we still had the same problems. It would be very sad. ”
Jennifer Aniston already spoke on the same line recently about a possible return of ‘Friends’, adding that the way in which social relations and friendship have changed in the last decade due to the appearance of social networks would affect the argument .
“We always jokingly commented that if ‘Friends’ were created now, you would have a cafeteria full of people in silence and absorbed in their mobile phones, there would be no conversations around the sofa,” the actress said.