Will there be a Friends reunion at Courteney Cox’s upcoming wedding?
According to the 50-year-old actress, who was asked during her appearance at a REVLON luncheon this week, told E! News, "I mean, I really have no idea. It’d be nice!” Cox is set to marry fiance Johnny McDaid.
When asked about her wedding plans, the actress said, “There are no plans yet. I’m waiting for Coco to have a little time to figure it out."
Cox however was much more keen to talk about her daughter’s birthday celebrations on June 13th.
“I gotta get through her birthday first… She has a lot of plans, she wants to do a lot of things… You'd think she's turning 30 but she’s not!"
Talk of a Friends reunion is nothing new, since the show ended almost 11 years ago. Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt Leblanc, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Courteney herself have all been asked this question time and time again.
Although it would be nice to finally have the cast all back together one last time, most of the cast, particularly LeBlanc, don't really think it would be a good idea.
"My opinion is that it shouldn’t happen," the 47-year-old actor told US Weekly back in January.
“The show was about this finite period of time in your life where it’s after college, but before your life really starts, where your friends, no pun intended, are your family, and you lean on one another, and help one another, and support one another, and care for one another, and do the things a family does for one another and that’s what it was about," he continued. “I mean, nobody wants to see, I certainly don’t wanna see, Joey and Chandler going for a prostate exam. Who wants to see that?”
The show had its streaming premiere on Netflix earlier this year with the whole 10 seasons added on for a new generation of fans.