In the decade of the nineties, the world lived through the fever of “Friends“. Its protagonists got their status as celebrities, in addition to the privileges and disadvantages that come with it. Matt LeBlanc, the late Joey, told what was the strangest thing that happened to him in those days.
The actor, 52, he recalled a “strange” invasion of privacy who lived in that time. One day, I was doing zapping on tv when he stumbled upon a channel that had the screen divided into six panels.
“Each one was a decision in live in our homes, as in the scene from a helicopter. I looked at it and there was no information, only show our homes, “he said Matt LeBlanc in the program, “The Kelly Clarkson Show”.
At least, the protagonist of “Friends“remember something positive from the experience. When you view your home from that angle thought that I needed a new roof, said between laughter.
Although 20 years have passed since its premiere, the interpreter believes that the comedy “it feels as relevant now as it was then“the difference now is the chance to see maratonearlo on a platform and social networks.
To Matt LeBlanc it is fun to return to see the old chapters of the series. “It’s funny because we are all so old now. You watch tv and you think, ‘look at how young you were!’. And you can come back to this and think ‘Oh, God'”, he added.
HBO Max announced that the filming of the special will reunite the six stars of “Friends“-Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer – was delayed, at least until may, due to the global crisis unleashed by the pandemic of the coronavirus.
The actor explained that it will not be a new episode or a program with script: “it’s about the six together talking of the good old times”.