Helen Baxendale would ''definitely'' consider appearing in a 'Friends' movie and still finds it ''incredible'' that she had a major role in the show.
Helen Baxendale would ''consider'' taking part in a 'Friends' movie.
The British actress - who played Ross' second wife Emily in the US sitcom - still finds it ''incredible'' that she had a major role in the TV show, which also starred Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry.
She said: ''Would I appear in a 'Friends' film? I'd definitely consider it. I find it incredible that I did that. It's peculiar and surreal for me and I'm amazingly proud. It feels like not really part of anything to do with me.''
However, the 'Kidnap and Ransom' star admits a remake of 'Cold Feet' - the British show in which she starred alongside James Nesbitt, John Thomson and Fay Ripley - is unlikely to ever make a comeback.
She told Radio Times magazine: ''That rumour has been around for years, so I don't think so. Maybe it's for the best though - my character Rachel is dead, so it would have to have some sort of 'Sixth Sense' dimension.''