Friends Reunion 2015: David Schwimmer Last Holdout To ‘Friends’ Reunion, Says Courteney Cox; Cougar Town Star Says Monica Might Have Her Own Movie


Friends Reunion 2015: David Schwimmer Last Holdout To ‘Friends’ Reunion
Friends Reunion 2015: David Schwimmer Last Holdout To ‘Friends’ Reunion

Friends Reunion 2015: Courteney Cox says “Friends” fans shouldn’t hold their breath for a reunion.

The Cougar Town star said the full cast of “Friends” haven’t been in the same room together since the show ten years ago.

Courteney Cox did hint that there might be a spin-off movie, which probably won’t feature Friends co-stars Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer and Matt Le Blanc.

“We’ve not really had a Friends reunion,” Courteney Cox said in a recent Yahoo New interview.

“We’ve gotten about 80% there, but there’s always one person who flakes at the end …

I’m not going to name names, but it may not be Schwimmer.” The actress said a “Friends” reunion is not likely for 2015.

“Dear lord, people, let it go! We’re not doing it,” Cox told Yahoo News.

” It’s just not going to happen.” Schwimmer played archaeologist Ross on Friends.

Cox did give the fans a little something to hold on to.

She joked “Monica’s going to do a movie, just not the whole ‘Friends.’ …

It’s going to be “Hanging With Monica”.

People will be running, running to the theatre.” In the meantime, while a full “Friends” reunion won’t happen, there have been many mini-reunions for the cast.

Jennifer Aniston turned up for Cox’s directorial debut “Just Before I Go” in Los Angeles last week.

   

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