Salma Hayek expressed her grief over the death of Matthew Perry and shared some seldom-seen footage from their movie, Fools Rush In. The Mexican actress took to social media to pay tribute to her former co-star and posted a clip of a memorable scene from their romantic comedy film.
In the video shared on her Instagram account, Hayek and Perry could be seen in a touching moment, laughing and enjoying their time together on set. Alongside the footage, she wrote a heartfelt message, expressing her sadness and reminiscing about the time they spent working on the movie.
Hayek's caption read: "I lost dear Matthew Perry yesterday. Memories flooded my mind of all the laughter and fun we shared on the set of Fools Rush In. Not only was he a talented actor, but he was also an incredibly kind and generous person. We will miss him greatly."
Fools Rush In, released in 1997, tells the story of a couple who impulsively decide to get married in Las Vegas after a one-night stand. Hayek and Perry played the lead roles, and their on-screen chemistry was widely admired by audiences.
The actress's tribute to Perry received an outpouring of support and condolences from fans and fellow celebrities. Many expressed their sorrow and shared their own memories of the late actor. The news of Perry's death has come as a shock to many, as his passing was unexpected.
Matthew Perry was a well-known American actor, best known for his role as Chandler Bing on the iconic TV show Friends. He had a successful career in both television and film, with a number of notable appearances over the years. Perry's talent and charisma made him a beloved figure in the entertainment industry.
Salma Hayek's post serves as a reminder of the impact Perry had on those he worked with. The video clip she shared allows fans to catch a glimpse of their dynamic and the joy they brought to their roles in Fools Rush In.
The loss of Matthew Perry is mourned not only by his friends and colleagues but also by his countless fans who have been deeply touched by his performances. His legacy will undoubtedly live on, and his contributions to the world of entertainment will not be forgotten.