Jason Segel Open For 'How I Met Your Mother' Reunion
The TV sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” finale ended the nine season run in 2014 with Ted Mosby concluding in 2030 the story to his kids of how his wife and him got together in addition to met the children’s aunt Robin. A television series loved by many, fans were sad to see it go and remained hopeful that a possible reunion between the old crew would occur.
Answering their prayers, one member of the 5 main characters appears to be on board with the idea as reported by Time. Jason Segel, who plays the adorable Marshall Eriksen on HIMYM, revealed in an interview during the Austin Film Festival that he’d enjoy getting back together with everyone else.
“I’d be around for whatever those guys wanted to do,” he said according to The Hollywood Reporter. “It changed my life.” Regarding what would happen to his character, Segel informed reporters that he would be down with whatever the writers planned and would leave the ideas to them. He revealed that he had never gotten involved with the writing, instead, he did his best to excellently perform what the writers needed him to do. Segel also revealed great admiration for the writers of the show whom he called “brilliant.”
“How I Met Your Mother” has been considered an iconic piece of film in the 21st century, with the actors and writers going on to win awards for their brilliant portrayal of character and excellent storyline. The story follows 5 main characters as they go through life and fall in love. It mainty tels the story of Ted Mosby (played by Josh Radnor) as he meets and later falls in love with Lily Aldrin (played by Alyson Hannigan), with the other main characters being Robin Scherbatsky (played by Cobie Smulders), Barney Stinson (played by Neil Patrick Harris), and of course Marshall Eriksen (played by Jason Segel).
Many fans now wait to see what the thoughts of the other main characters will be on a possible reunion with many believing that is is possible and a HIMYM short might eventually be in the works soon enough.