Friends is one of those iconic series that lasts through generations, and the wide variety of fans that the series has managed to retain is difficult to dissect, and for all these years, they have requested some episode additional or even a film.
Friends, it hasn't been because the actors and actresses have not wanted to, although there are individuals who aren't interested in the film.
Several suggestions for a hypothetical Friends film, both from the actors and actresses themselves, as well as new plot arcs, in characters who would have already married and formed a family
Phoebe and Mike are likely in Connecticut, and they have children, and she was the advocate for her kids who were quite different from all of the others, according to Lisa Kudrow.
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Rachel would be able to have a regular relationship with Ross. Monica would be equally as active and competitive as in the series, while their children would be exceptional. Joey would be able to manage his own sandwich shop.
This film has never been produced, and there were two major influences preventing it: the producers.
The Friends Actors and Actresses wanted a movie, but the Producers failed to deliver it.
Jennifer Aniston herself admitted to Variety that she and her husband wanted to please their large following.
"Our producers would not want it, they wouldn't let us," said the producer. "It's not because our fans loved it very much," says the author.
Lisa Kudrow was emailed if her story would be made into a film. "The creators refused to re-upload the stories because they thought Friends' final scene was ideal," she said.
"Everything depends on [los creadores] Marta [Kauffman] and david [Crane," according to Lisa. They once said, and I totally agree, that they concluded the program very well, that everyone's lives are very nice, and they would have to fall apart. All of those things so that there are stories."
Courteney Cox, in reference to The Friends: Reunion, a film that was loved by millions of fans, says that they will not meet again to record another documentary, series, or film together, but that the whole cast continues to meet regularly.