01:32 PM EDT 08/24/2016
Originally posted 08/17/2016 05:00PM
Weeks after scoring his second Emmy nomination for his supporting role in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story (he scored his first as Friends' Ross Geller), the 49-year-old actor revealed that becoming an instant A-lister "was pretty jarring and it messed with my relationship to other people in a way that took years, I think, for me to adjust to and become comfortable with."
Originally posted 05/31/2016 03:45PM
IMDb previously credited the wrong actor (Michael Hagerty, who played superintendent Mr. Treeger) for the role, but now fans know that Jon Haugen embodied the friends' au naturel neighbor, according to The Huffington Post.
"There's only one Ugly Naked Guy, man, and that was me," Haugen said, adding that his experience on the Friends set was "the best time in my life."
David Schwimmer Drops the Mic in Rap Battle with James Corden: 'I Worked with a Monkey That Had More Skills Than You'
Originally posted 05/27/2016 11:40AM
[YOUTUBE "kjCh1u8SQlE"] James Corden and David Schwimmer might not be Friends after engaging in a vicious rap battle.
The former Must See TV star and the Late Late Show host went mic to mic on Thursday night with Corden, a.k.a. "The Rappin' Assassin," coming out hot.
Watch David Schwimmer Repeatedly (and Hilariously) Refer to O.J. Simpson as 'Juice' in American Crime Story
Originally posted 03/01/2016 05:20PM
[YOUTUBE "726Ujz_KOHE"] It's no "pivot!", but it looks like David Schwimmer might have a new catchphrase.
As Kris Jenner's late ex-husband Robert Kardashian in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, the former Friends star is constantly referring to Simpson by his nickname, The Juice.
Originally posted 02/19/2016 04:00PM
In honor of the show's almost reunion, we're taking a look back at the Friends couple that brought tons of drama (and tons of sweet moments) throughout the series' history.
Originally posted 02/15/2016 01:45PM
Though the stars of Friends famously banded together after the sitcom skyrocketed to success, they weren't always following the same script during the casting process.
In a sneak peek at Sunday's NBC tribute to director James Burrows, Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen uncovers the dirt that not all the megastars-to-be had to audition for their roles.
Originally posted 02/11/2016 05:00PM
The cast of Friends – minus Matthew Perry – gathered for NBC's James Burrows tribute, and Entertainment Weekly has the first official photos from the reunion.
Originally posted 02/03/2016 10:30PM
[YOUTUBE "oSlphOETkIs"] Prepare yourself for The One Where They (Almost) Got Back Together!
Originally posted 01/28/2016 09:30AM
[CUSTOM_PLAYER_BRIGHTCOVE "4720793532001"] It wasn't exactly a Friends reunion, but the famous cast of the hit show did get together – and according to David Schwimmer, it was a good time.
"It was just lovely to be in the same room," Schwimmer told Entertainment Tonight at the premiere of FX's American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Originally posted 01/25/2016 03:00PM
[CUSTOM_PLAYER_BRIGHTCOVE "4720793532001" "450" "600"] They're some of the biggest sitcom stars in history, and they've got the bank accounts to prove it.
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