Adam Sandler considers 'Friends' to be an entertainment "powerhouse" and he has urged his 'Murder Mystery' co-star Jennifer Aniston to reunite with the cast and "make a f***ing movie for everyone".
The 52-year-old actor considers the 90s American sitcom to be an entertainment "powerhouse" and he has urged Jennifer - who played Rachel Green in every season appearing opposite her co-stars Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer - to "make a f***ing movie for everyone".
Speaking to PEOPLE, he said: "'Friends' was a powerhouse.
"Everybody on 'Friends' is excellent, everybody likes them. America, the world, loves the cast. So for God's sake, make a f***ing movie for everyone!"
Sandler and Aniston are starring alongside each other in new Netflix comedy film 'Murder Mystery', which sees the pair star as a New York police officer and his wife who become embroiled in a murder investigation on a billionaire's yacht during a trip to Europe.