This is a change in tune for the star, who had previously aired skepticism about a reunion.
Similarly, many of Aniston’s co-stars have said that they don’t think it’s a good idea. Matt LeBlanc told an Australian radio show last year that “it’s better for people to just leave it,” and Matthew Perry said he has nightmares about a potential reunion flopping.
“I have this nightmare that we do Friends again and nobody cares,” he told Variety in 2017. “We do a whole series, we come back, and nobody cares about it.”
As a fan, it’s difficult not to hold some skepticism about what a reunion would look like, and whether it could ever do anything other than disappoint its die-hard fanbase.
We know, having seen Will and Grace return after 11-years off-air and Kelsey Grammer planning for a Frasier revival, that anything is possible. But should a Friends reunion happen? Really? Let us know in the poll below.