Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc Have 'Friends' Reunion at 'The End of Longing' Play in London
It's been 12 year since Friends ended, but Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc are still best buds.
The two actors reunited in London on Saturday backstage at The Playhouse Theatre, where LeBlanc supported Perry after a performance of The End of Longing. The dark comedy is 46-year-old Perry's playwriting debut, which he also stars in.
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"Went to see The End Of Longing last night and ran into this dude," LeBlanc, 48, joked on Instagram. "He and the cast were great. Way to go bro."
Perry plays an alcoholic photographer in the play, who shares a night with three other characters at a downtown Los Angeles bar and their lives later become entwined. The End of Longing is set to continue performances through May 14.
Earlier this year, almost the entire Friends cast -- minus Perry -- reunited to honor legendary TV director and producer James Burrows.
"In the beginning it was not a hard thing," Jennifer Aniston said of filming the beloved show at the event. "We just wanted to hang out with each other… We really just fell in love and adored each other instantly and would hang out at each other's houses and watch the show together."
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"It was just lovely to all be in the same room," Schwimmer told ET at the premiere of FX's The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story in Los Angeles in January. "He is a prolific director and he really, really helped forge the cast as an ensemble. He really clarified all those relationships from the get go."