While the Q&A did garner some criticism for failing to delve too deeply into topics that most Friends super-fans weren’t already familiar with, it was welcome familiar territory for some fans, as James asked about each cast member’s auditions and other tales from early in the show’s development. Malala revealed that if she were to be any Friends character, she would be, ‘totally a Joey,’ with a bit of Phoebe as well, while also revealing her favorite moment is The Routine, the iconic dance between Monica and Ross. Clean freak: David Beckham also surprised fans by revealing he’s more of a Monica, because he is also a ‘clean freak. David Beckham also surprised fans by revealing he’s more of a Monica, because he is also a ‘clean freak,’ adding his favourite episode was infamous bottle ep The One Where No One’s Ready. Cosplay – meaning costume play – is where people dress up as their favourite characters, with some spending hundreds of dollars or hours of time creating the ultimate look. Sure enough, first time we kissed was in that coffee shop.
Fans got their first look at Phoenix’s Joker recently thanks to a first look image from Phillips, but even then, he didn’t look anything like the Joker comic fans are familiar with. The cast even quiz each other on their Friends lore with a recreation of the legendary trivia game right in the living room set, which famously saw Rachel and Monica lose their beloved apartment to Chandler and Joey. Matt later left his co-stars recoiling in horror when he revealed he suffered a nasty nose injury mere hours before his audition, explaining: ‘To make a long story short, we woke up in the middle of the night at his apartment and had to go to the bathroom – and I got up too fast. Another follower commented: ‘No better show on TV than @antanddec Saturday night take away sad it’s over but what a series its been! I got the tie at the Goodwill also for like 50 cents but since I don’t know how to tie a tie and didn’t want to deal with it the whole night at the Halloween party, I cut it small, sewed Velcro tape to it so it can be on an off easily.
With both movies due to be released next year, it looks like DC Comics’ interconnected cinematic universe will soon be in full swing. Jennifer Saunders ditched her regular appearance as she transformed into The Joker for Alan Carr’s panel show There’s Something About Movies, joker suit which will air next Wednesday. In addition to being a skilled manipulator, she’s prone to explosive fits of rage and has a violent streak that almost rivals that of the Joker himself. But — being a male to female interpretation — the costume also features lots of little unique details added to feminize the look, including more precise make-up around the eyes and lips, the longer, stylized hair and showing a little more skin to lure you to your doom. Since then, we’ve seen Joaquin in his Joker make-up. During the ceremony, Ant and Dec scooped the Best Presenter gong for an epic 20th time in a row, with a visibly emotional Ant seen clutching his new wife Anne-Marie as the news was delivered. At first my wife and I thought this would be an impossible costume to pull off, but after some internet research we soon discovered it would not be as hard as what we originally thought.
The actress also reminisced on the iconic moment Ross and Rachel shared their first kiss in Central Perk during season two, after he finally learned his hidden feelings were reciprocated. In a fun moment of nostalgia, viewers also enjoyed a catwalk show featuring some of the comedy’s greatest looks, with Matt once again donning Chandler’s clothes to recreate the season two scene where he uttered the phrase: ‘Look at me, I’m Chandler, could I BE wearing anymore clothes? Also during the special, Matt recalled how he dislocated his shoulder during filming of season three episode The One Where No One’s Ready. Footage of the incident was shown during the reunion, with filming stopped for the rest of the day so Matt could receive medical attention. Filming for season four comes as series three of Brassic is set to hit screens next month in October. The cast visited the original soundstage – Stage 24 – where Friends was filmed, where it took over three weeks to re-construct the iconic set 17 years since the final scenes were filmed.