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Friends: Jennifer Aniston (Rachel) and David Schwimmer (Ross) almost became a real couple

Friends: Jennifer Aniston (Rachel) and David Schwimmer (Ross) almost became a real couple

Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer nearly fell in love since the beginning of filming friends, Where they played the legendary couple Rachel and Ross, and revealed the actors in a special screening dedicated to the series that was published online Thursday.

“In Season 1, I was very attracted to Jane,” David Schwimmer said in a panel discussion of the six main actors, to which Jennifer Aniston replied, “It was mutual.” An attraction that did not escape from the other “friends”, Matthew Perry (Chandler) and Courteney Cox (Monica) revealed ).

The New Yorker said, “But it was like two boats crossing each other because one of us was still in a relationship.” “And we never got over him. We respected that.”

The actress who won an Emmy for her role as Rachel in 2002 said, “I remember saying to David,” It would be a shame if it was the first time we were kissed on TV. “

“And of course it was the first time we were accepted into this cafe,” the now famous Jennifer Aniston continued, in the seventh episode of the second season, in the seventh episode of the second season. “So we invested our worship and love in Ross and Rachel.”

Private Broadcast of friendsPosted online Thursday on HBO Max in the US and Salto in France, was an occasion to present a handful of other anecdotes, particularly about the relationship between Monica and Chandler.

Monica and Chandler

“Originally, they were to sleep together in London,” but this is a “short story,” according to David Crane, the program’s creator. It refers to The One Who Marries, the final episode of Season 4, in which Monica and Chandler end up in the same bed.

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But the audience’s reaction (the series was filmed in front of the spectators), jubilant for more than 20 seconds when Monica stepped out from under the sheets, stunned the book. “We realized there might be more to exploit there and that we should pay attention to it,” recalls co-author Marta Kaufman.

Popular pressure

On a more serious note, Matthew Perry, in a very brief sequence, opened up the difficulties he encountered while filming. He told the audience in the room, “I felt like I would die if they didn’t laugh.” “This is unhealthy, it is clear.”

Astonished Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe) replied, “She never told us.” “It felt like every day” of filming, insisted the actor, who has long suffered from opioid and alcohol addiction, and who he says is now being released.