‘90210’ Cast Opens Up About Filming Reboot In Wake Of Luke Perry’s Passing

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The “Beverly Hills, 90210” cast is happy to have a chance to reunite in the wake of Luke Perry’s tragic death, a source claims.

Since Perry’s death, the cast of the show — which is filming a reboot — wants to have a chance to properly honor Perry, according to a report published Wednesday by Entertainment Tonight. A source close to production claims that there has been nothing but “positive vibes” on set.

“The crew is back together and so far, so good,” the source told ET. “Everyone seems so incredibly excited to be working together again. There are really positive vibes and a certain appreciation by the whole cast to be reunited after Luke’s passing. They all want to ensure Luke’s memory lives on through the show. They are totally dedicated at this point to making the show its best.”

“The chemistry is great on camera and it’s as if they had never taken a day off,” the source added. (RELATED: Luke Perry’s Daughter Shares Never-Before-Seen Photo Of Her Father)

Perry passed away March 4 after suffering a massive stroke. Although he reportedly wanted to be involved in the reboot, his role on “Riverdale” kept him from appearing in the series full-time.

The cast is feeling his absence, according to the production source.

“The toughest part is being without Luke because he was the one cast member who held everyone together, the one that had no drama with anyone,” the source said. “Everyone just loved him. The cast keeps talking about all their wonderful memories of Luke. They are trying to focus on the fun times they enjoyed on set with him.”