Jennifer Aniston Confirms to Ellen DeGeneres That She & Her 'Friends' Co-Stars Are Working on Something
Ellen DeGeneres and singer, Carlie Puth try to get Jennifer Aniston to shares the details on a potential project she is working on with her "Friends" co-stars.
During her appearance on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show," Jennifer Aniston shut down rumors about the possibility of a "Friends" reboot, but says there is a potential project in the works. Speaking to singer Charlie Puth and Ellen DeGeneres, she says:
"Like a reboot? No." She adds, "listen, we would love for there to be something, but we don't know what that something is. So we're just trying. We're working on something."
Not one to give up on digging up new information, DeGeneres queries further and asks if the potential project could be a "huge, huge, huge, movie."
Aniston remains tight lipped about the "something" she is working on with her co-stars and reiterates:
"I don't…we don't know…I don't want to lead people on."
The rumors of a reunion began circulating when Aniston posted her first ever Instagram picture.
The picture was a group selfie with her "Friends" co-stars; Courteney Cox, Matt Le Blanc, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer and Lisa Kudrow.
When questioned about the photo, Aniston insists that they all met up for social reasons, she explains that they were able to meet up because their schedules were all coincidentally free at that time, she reveals:
"We did that because we miss each other. We all happened to be in the same part of the world."
"Nobody falls for that, Jen. Nobody is like, 'Oh, let's all get together because we haven't seen each other," DeGeneres says suspiciously.
According to PEOPLE, Aniston's reunion with her "Friends" co-stars is the first time they have all been photographed together since the sitcom ended, in 2004.
While fans wait to find out more details about the "something" the co-stars are working on, Aniston is currently promoting the Apple TV+ series drama, "The Morning Show." She is starring alongside Reese Witherspoon, who played her little sister, on "Friends."
For her return to the small screen, she is playing the character of Alex Levy, a television news anchor whose character has to deal with issues of sexism and patriarchy plaguing the daybreak news industry.