Courteney Cox has, once again, dismissed what no "Friends" fan ever wants to hear - a reunion is not going to happen.
On "The Late Show with David Letterman" on April 21, Cox was asked by the veteran host the inevitable question regarding a reunion of the beloved NBC sitcom, though it was a question Letterman himself had trouble asking. The full interview can be viewed below.
"Everybody keeps wanting me to ask you, is there a 'Friends' thing going on?," he said. "And I don't want to ask you that, but they say, 'Oh no, ask her.' Will there be a 'Friends' thing going on?"
"A 'Friends' reunion?," Cox replied.
"You're sick of that question aren't you?," Letterman asked.
"Well, only because once you say, 'Well, I'd like it,' then they have to contact every other cast member and be like, 'Courteney's into it,' and then I get in trouble 'cause ... it's not gonna happen," Cox said.
When asked about a possible "Friends" reunion during an interview with OTRC.com in January, Cox said: "We are way too old to be showing what we look like from that to that."
Additionally, her co-star Matt LeBlanc said that he thinks it's "better for people to imagine their own future for those characters than to see a scripted version of it."
Not only did Cox assure Letterman that a scripted reunion will not happen, she revealed that it's difficult enough for all six cast members (herself, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer) to get together for a simple dinner.
"Let me tell you something, there's six friends and I've been trying to put together a cast dinner for 10 years. It doesn't happen," Cox said. "I mean, I could get the girls to come, maybe Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc canceled last time right at the last minute, [David] Schwimmer lives here so, it's just not gonna happen."
The "Cougar Town" star also dispelled any ideas of a "Sex & The City"-type movie version of "Friends," saying that because the show was shot in, essentially, one location, there would be nothing for them to offer moviegoers.
"We did the whole show on a sound stage in Monica's apartment, pretty much, so what are we gonna do?, Cox said."
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Watch Courteney Cox's interview with David Letterman below.