Meeting of the ‘Friends’ could be done virtually through an app

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Could be transmitted to an episode of additional meeting scheduled with the images of the meeting that had the actors in Zoom.

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You have captured images using Zoom, which will become an episode extra special to help the fans to lift the restrictions of the pandemic.

The long-awaited special meeting of the Friends could take place virtually through the application of video conferencing Zoom, according to new reports.

Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer were to make his return to the comedy on the program HBO, Max, who was scheduled to launch at the same time that the new streaming service, where subscribers will be able to find all the episodes of the original comedy classic.

However, the closure of Hollywood due to the pandemic coronavirus has derailed the production, as confirmed officials Deadline.com.

While the new release date is yet to be revealed, reports have suggested that Courteney and the director of the meeting, Ben Winston, have captured images through Zoom, which will become an episode extra special to help the fans to lift the restrictions of the pandemic.

“As soon as they cancelled the filming, everyone began to panic, because it took a long time to align their schedules, there was a deep fear that it could take a year or even more to re-gather together,” a source told The Sun.

“Courtney was immediately a meeting of Zoom for them and all of them began meeting to discuss ideas: brainstorm ideas and bring the producer to a session that was called an essay simulated and talked for almost two hours,” he said. “Their sessions of Zoom have been very fun, and there is a material hilarious that they expect that it can be transmitted as a series of teasers, or even as a special independent”.

LeBlanc suggested previously that the gang had managed to regroup, and to film the special unique pre-COVID-19, and told The Kelly Clarkson Show: “we Were six together, talking of old times.”

Friends aired for 10 seasons, concluding his career a decade ago in 2004.