What could be more fantastic than watching the special reunion of the characters from friends on HBO Max? Whoever said “participating in the recordings and having coffee at Central Perk with Rachel, Ross, Chandler, Monica, Phoebe and Joey” was right. Because it is precisely this chance that is being offered to fans.
In a post yesterday (21) on Instagram, Jennifer Aniston announced that she and her friends from the beloved series are joining the All In Challenge program, in which celebrities around the world are donating objects and experiences to raise funds for people who are suffering the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
In the post, Aniston states: “We are super excited to be a part of the ALL IN Challenge to help people stay fed and healthy during this season. We invite you and five of your friends to join us at Studio 24. Be our personal guests at Studio 24 audience for the recording of our meeting on @HBOMAX and let’s kill the longing for the series and everything we enjoy.”
I’ll be there for you
Who liked friends from 1994 to 2004 he never forgot that phrase. Although the series ended after 10 seasons, real friends never accept an ending, so there is a movement, which is more than 15 years old, asking for the series to come back or at least a meeting of the participants.
When everything seemed well underway for a triumphant reunion of friends during the debut of HBO Max, the channel’s new streaming service (now officially scheduled for May 27 in the United States), cancellations arose, motivated by social isolation measures.
It seemed that the meeting would “smear” until, in a participation in the The Kelly Clarkson Show earlier this month (6), Matt LeBlanc, the Joey Tribbiani, confirmed that some scenes for the special had already been shot.
Now, with the official announcement of the promotion, fans will certainly spend many sleepless nights, counting the hours and minutes to see the crowd. In addition, the action of the cast is for a good cause: the ALL IN people have already raised it, according to data from their site, more than $16 million to feed the needy, especially children and the elderly.
Text written by Jorge Marin via Nexperts.