David Schwimmer Offers Update on 'Friends' Reunion and Why It'll Be 'Tricky' (Exclusive)
Friends star David Schwimmer speaks with ET's Nischelle Turner about HBO Max's upcoming reunion with the beloved sitcom stars that was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. "There has always been a hope that a component of that reunion show will have a live audience, which makes the whole thing really tricky. Schwimmer further admits that he has "no idea" when they will be able to shoot the reunion amid such health concerns. Schwimmer told the publication at the time that he pushed for his character, Ross, to date women of color during the show. NBCU Photo BankThat being said, Schwimmer notes, "I just thought, I really felt like Ross should date other people, women of all races."
David Schwimmers 9-Year-Old Daughter Cleo Shaves Her Head
David Schwimmer's daughter is trying out a new 'do! The Friends star's 9-year-old daughter, Cleo, starred in mom, Zoe Buckman's, latest Instagram post, which showed off her new buzz cut. Wearing an animal print top and a slight smile, Cleo looks stunning as she debuts her look. InstagramInstagramThe final pic shows Cleo, wearing a blue camo look, smiling with her shaved head as Buckman lovingly holds her. Watch the video below for more on Schwimmer and Cleo.
'Friends' Co-Creator Says She 'Didn't Do Enough' for Diversity
Marta Kauffman is reflecting on the lack of diversity in Friends. "I wish I knew then what I know today," she said, before apologizing for getting emotional. "I mean weve always encouraged people of diversity in our company, but I didnt do enough. "I was well aware of the lack of diversity and I campaigned for years to have Ross date women of color," he said. RELATED CONTENT:David Schwimmer Suggests an All-Black or All-Asian 'Friends' RebootJennifer Aniston Donates Nearly $1 Million to Racial Justice CharitiesLisa Kudrow Assures 'Friends' Fans This One Thing About the Reunion