Courteney Cox has ‘rare’ reunion with Friends co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Matt LeBlanc – Irish Mirror
Courteney Cox has given her fans a wave of nostalgia with her latest Instagram post.
The actress, 55, shared a picture that will have excited a number of Friends fans as she posed for a selfie with her former co-stars Jennifer Aniston, 50, and Matt LeBlanc, 52.
The trio, who starred in the long-running series with fellow co-stars Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer and Lisa Kudrow, appeared happy and relaxed in the image – that also flaunted their age-defying appearances.
Courteney, who often shares throwback pictures from the American sitcom, captioned the offering: “A rare night and I love it.”
She smiled in the foreground of the picture with Jennifer, who played Rachel Green in the series, next to her and Matt, know for his part as Joey Tribbiani, at the back.
Jennifer donned a pair of black thick-ripped glasses in the picture and silverfox Matt smirked in a dark T-shirt.
The sweet picture comes after Jennifer revealed that the cast of Friends are ready to reprise their roles in the hit comedy.
The actress has spoken out on The Ellen DeGeneres Show about rumours that those involved with Friends would be prepared to come back for one last time.
The comedy was a worldwide smash and ran for 10 seasons, from 1994 to 2004, making household names of the cast.
Jennifer has now said that “everything could happen” when asked whether a reunion is on the cards.
Speaking to Ellen, Jennifer said: “Ohhhkay. Why not? You know what, because, listen, I told you this.
“I would do it… The girls would do it. And the boys would do it, I’m sure. Listen. Anything could happen.”
Jennifer had joked previously with Ellen that as “George Clooney got married,” this was an indication that the Friends could be reunited but it might not be a viewed shared by everyone.
Lisa Kudrow, who played Phoebe Buffay, has slated reunion talks as “sad” as she dismissed thoughts that Friends would work now they were all in their fifties.
The 55-year-old actress said: “They’re rebooting everything. I don’t know how that works with Friends, though.
“That was about people in their twenties, thirties. The show isn’t about people in their forties, fifties. And if we have the same problems, that’s just sad.”
This was a sentiment that was shared by David Schwimmer, 51, who has indicated that the cast was too old to play their old characters again.
David played Ross Gellar in the sitcom, said: “Look, the thing is, I just don’t know if I want to see all of us with crutches [and] walkers.
“I doubt it, I really doubt it. But thank you for asking, and moving on!”
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