Jennifer Aniston says she can't see how a Friends movie could work.
The star, 43, told The Hollywood Reporter that she thought her character Rachel and Ross (David Schwimmer) would still be "absolutely, 100 per cent together" and would have "more kids!" .
But she said the long-running show would not translate to the big screen.
"Friends is in your living room, Friends is not in a movie theatre. It doesn't make sense to me. I think it would be going against its authentic self," she said.
"I can't imagine how you would do it, unless you did it years from now. Then it would be: 'Who are these guys? What are we watching?' I can't imagine what that would be. It's not normal," Jennifer said.
The actress, who recently attended a ceremony to put her star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, said she hadn't ruled out a return to TV.
"It would probably take those five actors and be somewhere where we left off," the Wanderlust star said.
"I loved what I did for 10 years; it was pure joy and nothing but fun, and it'd be hard to top it."
"The way we sort of felt the excitement of what Friends was when it started, it would have to be something where you felt a similar charge. But I'll never ever say never," she said.