It's been 11 years since "Friends" ended and fans have yet to get a full cast reunion. Who is responsible for causing such unforgivable heartbreak? Ross, of course.
During an interview with Yahoo, Courteney Cox was asked about the possibility of a "Friends" reunion. The actress said that the entire cast hasn't been in the same room together since the show ended in 2004.
"We’ve not really had a 'Friends' reunion," Cox said. "We’ve gotten about 80 percent there, but there’s always one person who flakes at the end." Then Cox playfully hinted that David Schwimmer is the one to blame. “I’m not going to name names, but it may not be Schwimmer," she teased.
Cox also insisted that a "Friends" movie isn't going to happen, saying, "Dear Lord, let it go people. We're not doing it." But she did joke that Monica would get her own spin-off. "Monica's going to do a movie, just not the whole 'Friends.'"
While we may not get a full-on "Friends" reunion for a while, if ever, we can at least cherish the mini ones that happen. Last week, Jennifer Aniston showed up at the Los Angeles premiere of Cox's directorial debut "Just Before I Go" for an adorable photo op. One step at a time, guys.
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