Matthew Perry takes on his Friends character Chandler Bing and asks fans ‘could we BE in any more of a pandemic?’ – The Sun

MATTHEW Perry took on his Friends character, Chandler Bing, with his latest social media post about the coronavirus pandemic.

The actor tried to make his followers laugh during these tough times by adding a twist to one of his most iconic quotes from the popular show.


It seems like it was only yesterday when the 50-year-old actor graced fans with his presence on the popular social media platform.

And of course, his latest Instagram post didn't fail to impress as he took on his most popular role.

In an orange gradient background, the American-Canadian actor posted: "Could we BE in any more of a pandemic?"

Fans were impressed with the actor and most of them responded how they could "hear" the post in the actor's voice.



Unfortunately, fans will have to wait to see Matthew take on the role again as the Friends reunion had to be postponed for 2021.

The Sun exclusively reported the reunion we've all been waiting for isn’t likely to happen now until 2021 as the outbreak remains a concern and the cast – Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer – have packed schedules for the rest of the year.

An insider revealed: “It looks like the reunion might have to be scheduled for next year now.

“It was difficult enough getting everyone on board for filming in March and it will be incredibly hard to get them all together at the same time again.

The insider continued: "If the coronavirus restrictions continue until May and June, which is looking very likely at this point, there will be no choice but to postpone until next year because it's proving impossible to find dates when they're all free this year.

"Everyone knows how excited the fans are but realistically it won’t be filmed or airing until 2021 now.”

The show was scheduled to be produced at the now-iconic soundstage on the Warner Brothers studio lot in Los Angeles where the famous series originally taped.

Fans were elated when the whole cast announced on February 21 they would join the unscripted schedule.

The show is set to be a part of the big launch for HBO’s new streaming service.

Friends creators Kevin Bright, Marta Kauffman and David Crane are also poised to join the group-of-six when the show is back up and running.

Since the deadly coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic, production has shut down or delayed for most of Hollywood including various movies, TV shows, concerts, festivals and more.

The Sun contacted representatives for HBO Max and the production company for comment.

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