'FRIENDS' reunion? Jennifer Aniston teases potential upcoming project and says 'something is in the works' with show's co-stars
Recently, Jennifer Aniston, who played Rachel Green on the legendary sitcom, has confirmed that she is "working on something" with her 'Friends' co-stars during an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'
Fans of the NBC hit sitcom 'Friends' have been hoping to get a reboot or a sequel or a spinoff — anything stemming from the beloved sitcom for years now.
The show, which ran from 1994 to 2004, reigned high and supreme among fans all over the world and even today, more than a decade later, continues to enjoy the same following if not more.
However, even as the actors got together several times, speculations of a reunion did not lead up to anything fans would have hoped for. But that doesn't mean there is nothing happening.
Recently, Jennifer Aniston, who played Rachel Green on the legendary sitcom, has confirmed that she is "working on something" with her 'Friends' co-stars.
The actress was recently on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' when she said that they'd love there to be "something" but the cast aren't sure of what that "something" is or will be.
She interrupted the episode to surprise 'Friends' superfan Charlie Puth and ended up dropping some updates about the possibility of the cast working together on a project.
"So this is his question for you, and every one's question, is there going to be a reunion," DeGeneres asked her.
Much to the disappointment of her fans, she said, "Like a reboot? No." At the same time, she didn't completely deny the possibility.
"Listen, we would love for there to be something, but we don’t know what that something is. So we’re just trying. We’re working on something," she said.
Puth added that he would love to be a part of the potential project and DeGeneres asked if it could be a "huge, huge, huge movie."
"I don't… we don't know," Aniston responded. The 61-year-old host asked if the project could be a movie at all, but Aniston stuck to being vague. "I don't want to lead people on," she said.
So why was the cast hanging out all together, DeGeneres asked. Aniston's first post on Instagram is of the cast together, which also led to speculations that they might be making a comeback.
"We did that because we miss each other and we all happened to be in the same part of the world," Aniston retorted.
But her response didn't convince Puth and DeGeneres. "Sounds like to me, something is in the works,” Puth said. DeGeneres said, “Nobody falls for that, Jen. Nobody is like, 'Oh, let's all get together because we haven't seen each other'."
"No, we do do that, though," Aniston responded and DeGeneres asked her when was the last time that the cast hung out together just like that.
"A couple of minutes... a year ago..." Aniston said under her breath. "Day, month, even a year. I don't know. I'm just throwing stuff out there."
The cast's latest reunion is the first time the six of them had been photographed together since the show ended in 2004.
When Aniston posted the image to her Instagram on October 15, 2019, she captioned their selfie, "And now we're Instagram FRIENDS too. Hi Instagram."