Friends players offer the opportunity to participate in the shootings of the special episode of Friends, to those who donate to the aid campaign carried out so that people can access food during the epidemic.
As it is known, we shared with you that a special episode will be shot for the Friends series, which entered our lives in 1994 and established a throne with our characters for ten years. Filming of this special episode, in which Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer will reunite years later, was expected to begin in March. However, the shooting of the special episode to be published on HBO Max was delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak. It remains unclear when the shots of this episode will take place.
In the meantime, Friends players launched a charity campaign for the All In Challenge fund, which was carried out in the U.S. to combat the coronavirus outbreak and allow people to access healthy food. A lucky person who donated to the campaign will have the opportunity to participate in the shooting of the special section of Friends with five friends.
A Donor to the Campaign Will Participate in the Filming of the Private Episode of Friends
The actors of the series invited people to donate to this charity campaign through their Instagram accounts. Jennifer Aniston said in a statement on her Instagram account for this charity campaign that gives the opportunity to spend time with the series team: “During this time, we are excited to join the All In Challenge to help people feed and stay healthy. We invite you and your five friends to be with us in Stage 24. Be a special guest in the shooting of the special episode, let’s talk about our memories about the series and have fun. Warner Bros. Get all the Friends VIP experience in your studio. Go to allinchallenge.com and donate as much as you can. ”
Recently, Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio offered donors to the charity campaign for the All In Challenge fund, giving them an opportunity to act as an extra and meet themselves in Martin Scorsese’s new movie, Killers of the Flower Moon.
These aid campaigns launched by the famous names under the All In Challenge fund aim to ensure that the elderly, the disabled, children, individuals who have lost their jobs and people who cannot leave home can access healthy food. Revenues from these campaigns are sent to charities dealing with the hunger problem, such as America’s Food Fund, Meals on Wheels America and No Kid Hungry.