Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston, who played the famous Rachel Green at one of the best sitcoms of all time, Friends, has hinted at the possibility of a reunion, almost 15 years after the popular show ended.
The Yellow Birds actor talked about the show during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, reports The Independent.
The Bounty Hunter actor also gave some details on her new TV series with the Big Little Lies star Reese Witherspoon. But the conversation didn't stick to her new show - it focused on an old one Friends.
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After performing the clap from the show's theme song I'll Be There For You, DeGeneres asked Aniston what everyone has always been wondering about a reunion, "Is it even in the realm of possibility?"
The Emmy award-winning actor played it cool and said, "Anything is a possibility, Ellen. Anything! Right? I mean, George Clooney got married… That's like an anything can happen."
However, this is not the first time a cast member of the show had said anything about the much awaited reunion.
Speaking with Conan O'Brien, Aniston's cast mate Lisa Kudrow said, "something should be done" about all the interest sparked by the trailer.
"I don't know what," she said. "I don't know what. They're rebooting everything, but I don't know how does that work with Friends, though? That was about people in their, you know, 20s, 30s. The show isn't about people in their 40s, 50s. And if we have the same problems then that's just sad. That's not fun!"
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However David Schwimmer was quick to dismiss the possibility on Megyn Kelly Today saying, "I just don't know if I want to see all of us with… like, walkers," he told Kelly. "I doubt it. Thank you for asking, and moving on."
Friends had a successful run on TV from 1994 to 2004, starring Aniston, Courteney Cox, Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and Schwimmer.
Spread over 10 seasons, the sitcom revolves around six friends living in Manhattan.
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