Cole Sprouse, the actor who played as Ben Geller in the hit '90s situation comedy "Friends," has recently revealed some interesting secret. As it turns out, Sprouse was actually having a hard time with the shoot, particularly with his co-star Jennifer Aniston.
The "Riverdale" actor, on his talk with the New York Post, admitted that it was difficult for him to work with Jennifer Aniston in "Friends." This is all because of his crush on the actress, who played as the love interest of his dad, Ross Geller (David Schwimmer), Rachel Green.
"I had a really, really hard time working with Aniston because I was so in love with her," the 24-year-old actor said about Jennifer Aniston. "I was infatuated. I was speechless - I'd get all bubbly and forget my lines and completely blank."
News about the show has seemingly increased recently. Just a few weeks back, Jennifer Aniston's co-star, Lisa Kudrow, admitted that she is open to playing the role of Phoebe Buffay in "Friends" Reunion. Enstarz reported that she will only do this if there is more story to tell about her character - and the gang.
Unfortunately, no official word yet has come out from NBC about the "Friends" Reunion. And so far, only Lisa Kudrow is the only one who expressed the possibility for the return. Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox and Matt LeBlanc, meanwhile, have yet to release any comment about the reunion.
Due to the lack of official updates, fans are now beginning to doubt the possibility of seeing Jennifer Aniston and the rest of the gang back together. One reason being is because of the character's path in life. While speaking with Today, Kudrow said that the characters all have their own family now.
As what some fans may recall, Monica Geller (Courteney Cox) and Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) have just become parents in the finale. While Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston) and Ross Geller got back together for good. Lisa Kudrow's Phoebe is happily married to her husband, Mike Hannigan (Paul Rudd), and Joey Tribbiani has moved to Los Angeles to work as an actor.