After several months of delay, HBO Max’s “Friends” reunion special is coming soon.
David Schwimmer played Ross Geller in the iconic sitcom and appeared on the “Graham Norton Show” on Friday, and revealed that he was close to filming the show. A few days away.
“after this [interview], I’m going to Los Angeles, next week we will be filming “friends” gatherings,” he revealed.
The Emmy nominee added: “I will see everyone for the first time in a year.”
The gathering of David SCHWIMMER’s movie “Getting Together” will continue, but there is no news about the host
Since the album’s announcement, the details about the album have been locked and keyed, but the actor explained that fans should not expect to see his character when watching.
He shared: “I will be myself and I will be David.”
However, he also made fun of “a section” of the show in which the host will “read something”.
From 1994 to 2004, “Friends” aired on NBC. Despite the upcoming gathering, Schwimmer did not spend much time sorting out his old information.
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“It’s really fun, I should [rewatching] He said, “I really don’t have any excuses. But I can’t let myself catch up to episode 236.”
The actor joked: “I guess I need to see a lot of things in the next five days.”
The special show was supposed to debut with HBO Max in May 2020, but due to the pandemic, the core six actors could not get together to film.
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Last month, Schwimmer revealed to Andy Cohen of Bravo that they finally found a way to continue the party.
He said: “So, in the end, what I mean is that we have found a way to take pictures safely, and because of the security agreement, we will take part of it outside.”
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Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry and Matt Le Blanc will also be in attendance.