Jennifer Aniston wants old age Friends

JENNIFER Aniston wants the 'Friends' cast to reunite when they are pensioners.   

The 45-year-old actress would love to reunite with her former co-stars Courteney Cox (Monica Geller), Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay), Matt LeBlanc (Joey Tribbiani), Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing) and David Schwimmer (Ross Geller) on the US sitcom but insists it would only work when they're a lot older.   

Speaking at a 'Horrible Bosses 2' press conference in central London on Thursday, the brunette beauty - who played Rachel Green in the popular programme - said: "I don't know [whether I'd do 'Friends' again].   

"Honestly, I think we should wait until we're really old and then maybe reunite. Golden Friends."  

Press conference host, TV presenter Edith Bowman, then joked the title 'Golden Friends' could have a different meaning and her 'Horrible Bosses' cast members Charlie Day and Jason Bateman comically agreed.   

Jennifer also joked she could recreate 'Friends' with her 'Horrible Bosses 2' co-stars.   

She said: "This is the new cast right here. Jason [Bateman], you get to be Chandler, [Jason Sudeikis], you get to be Joey and that means [Charlie] gets to be Ross."  

This comes after Lisa recently admitted she would be keen to shoot another series of the NBC comedy because she would love to spend some more time with her co-stars.   

When asked in which format she'd most like the show to return, Lisa said: "A whole season, because to spend that much time with those people again would be heaven!"



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