Jennifer Aniston reveals why she won’t cut hair for ‘Three’s Company’ remake despite doing it for 'Friends'
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: During their appearance on Drew Barrymore's talk show on Monday, March 27, Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler discussed a possible redo of the hit '70s TV show 'Three's Company,' in which Aniston expressed her reluctance to take on the role of Janet played by Suzanne Somers and later Priscilla Barnes due to the character's short hair.
"I don't think I would like to do that only because I don't think I would look good with short, Chrissy hair," Jennifer Aniston told Barrymore. "I wouldn't want to do that to myself." Aniston, who famously sported short hair as Rachel Green in the TV show Friends, admitted that she wasn't a fan of that particular hairstyle. "I think it was the ugliest haircut I've ever seen," she told Allure in a 2011 interview.
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Possible 'Three's Company' reboot
During their appearance on Barrymore's talk show on Monday, the topic of a potential reboot of the hit sitcom 'Three's Company' came up. The beloved sitcom featured Suzanne Somers and Joyce DeWitt in the lead roles of Chrissy and Janet respectively alongside the late John Ritter who played Jack. Drew mentioned that she and her 'Murder Mystery 2' co-star Jennifer Aniston had come up with an idea for a possible movie based on a TV show. "We did come up with a little bit of an idea the other day about what a trio movie could be," Drew shared. Jennifer quickly offered, "Oh, 'Three's Company.'"
Adam Sandler responded enthusiastically, "Oh, that would be fun, man." Drew then asked Adam what he thought of the idea, to which he replied, "That would be incredible." Jennifer clarified that they were not suggesting an identical reboot but rather a movie in the spirit of the original show. "I love that idea," Adam said. Drew suggested that they would "workshop it," indicating that the idea was worth exploring further.
'There's no competition'
During her recent appearance on 'Good Morning America,' Aniston discussed the possibility of starring in a movie with both Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, two of her frequent co-stars. "We want to do a movie with all three of us together and just put an end to this competition," Aniston revealed to host Michael Strahan.
Sandler quickly interjected, saying, "There's no competition. Just two great ladies. That would be amazing doing a movie all together."
Aniston has appeared in three films with Sandler - 'Just Go With It', 'Murder Mystery,' and the upcoming sequel 'Murder Mystery 2'. Meanwhile, Barrymore has co-starred with Sandler in three movies as well - 'The Wedding Singer', '50 First Dates,' and 'Blended.' It seems that Aniston is eager to put an end to any perceived competition between the actresses by bringing them all together onscreen.