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Baby bump ahead! James Van Der Beek and wife Kimberly Van Der Beek hit the red carpet in Santa Monica, Calif. Sunday to debut their latest project together—their upcoming fourth child. The Dawson Creek alumnus and his glowing wife looked comfortable as they posed together in coordinating black and grey knits at the Express Yourself 2015 event. The expecting mom rocked a black spaghetti-strapped jumpsuit layered under an oversized sweater while her partner opted for an equally cozy grey sweater blazer. Most adorably, Van Der Beek took a moment to draw all eyes to his wife's growing bump when he took a few photos with his hand propped on her noticeably bigger »
James Van Der Beek and his wife, Kimberly, are expecting their fourth child! The former Dawson's Creek star shared the happy news via Instagram on Thursday with a snap of himself resting his head on Kimberly's growing bump, writing, "So grateful to share with you today that we're pregnant with our fourth child!" The couple tied the knot in August 2010 and are parents to daughters Annabel and Olivia and son Joshua. Congrats to the family! »
- Brittney Stephens
The Van Der Beek home is growing! Earlier today, James Van Der Beek's wife Kimberly announced that they are expanding their brood. "So grateful to share with you today that we're pregnant with our 4th child!" she wrote via Twitter. The proud papa added, "And to any of those who may have known our news, but were kind enough to wait until we were ready to announce, may good karma be upon you." The actor reposted the exciting announcement and shared a photo of him hugging his pregnant wife and placing his hand on her adorable baby bump. The former Dawson's Creek star welcomed his third wee one with Kimberly back in January 2014, a baby girl named Annabel »
Daddy Dawson! James Van Der Beek and his wife, Kimberly, are expecting their fourth child together. The proud mom announced the news via Instagram on Thursday, Nov. 12. "So grateful to share with you today that we're pregnant with our fourth child!" the 32-year-old captioned a black and white pic of the couple. The Dawson's Creek alum, 38, also shared his joy about the addition. He added via Instagram: "Feeling ridiculously blessed. . ." Hours before revealing the news, the couple dined at Caulfield’s Bar and Dining Room in [...] »
For the next three weeks, Vulture is holding a High-School-tv Showdown to determine the greatest teen show of the past 30 years. We began with the Fug Girls picking Buffy the Vampire Slayer over Dawson's Creek. In honor of today’s loser, Vulture caught up with former Dawson's showrunner Greg Berlanti to get the backstory on how Joey and Pacey’s romance first began, and why they were paired together in the series finale 12 years ago. The summer of 2003 began with a cataclysmic TV event: Dawson’s Creek dared to end its six-year run with Joey Potter (Katie Holmes) choosing to spend her life with Pacey Witter (Joshua Jackson), not Dawson Leery (James Van Der Beek). It wasn’t exactly shocking — the road had been paved — but it was enough of a twist to surprise, considering the expectations set up by the mere title, and the show’s continued affirmation that »
- Maria Elena Fernandez
The man who has produced some the Internet’s most impressive short films is joining forces with a leading multi-channel network. Adi Shankar, a Hollywood film producer whose Bootleg Universe shorts have received millions of views online, has inked a three-film deal with Maker Studios.
According to The Wrap, where news of the deal was first reported, Maker will finance all three projects, with Shankar serving as director. While Shankar’s best known works have been adaptations of preexisting IPs, his first project with Maker will be based off an original idea. It will be an animated superhero saga set in the developing world, and it is tentatively set for a 2016 release.
Shankar’s Bootleg Universe applies his dark, gritty style to the worlds of popular franchises like James Bond and The Punisher. The most popular of these short films, 2015’s Power/Rangers, became a viral smash hit on YouTube, »
- Sam Gutelle
The original CSI has now ended while CSI: NY and CSI: Miami were both cancelled years ago. Now, just one CSI program in the franchise remains. Will CSI: Cyber run for many years like it's predecessors or, will it be cancelled instead? Will it see a third season? Stay tuned.
CSI: Cyber revolves around the work of the Cyber Crime Division of the FBI. It's a unit at the forefront of solving illegal activities that start in the mind, live online, and play out in the real world. This crime drama stars Patricia Arquette, James Van Der Beek, Hayley Kiyoko, Charley Koontz, Shad Moss, and Ted Danson.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, »
After 12 years and over 100 cold cases, the old detective dogs will finally retire after a hugely successful run. With the high likelihood that we may see a cameo or two from the original lineup of James Bolam, Alun Armstong, Dennis Waterman and Amanda Redman, it's bound to an emotional night for crime-lovers everywhere.
Don't despair too much if you're concerned about your laid-back cop drama fix, as ITV's Lewis returns for a ninth series the very same night. Crime never sleeps.
2. Empire - Tuesday, 9pm on E4
It's utterly ludicrous on Dallas levels, but it's so damn addictive. The hip-hopera was one of the most-watched shows during its first season, »
This week, Amber Rose shows off her ample cleavage in a sexy selfie, Scott Eastwood has some fun with his fruit and Chrissy Teigen shows off her brand-new Easy-Bake Oven! And, Shanna Moakler shows off her long legs before doing some press, Diane Kruger channels her inner Parisian princess and James Van Der Beek's kids take a hilarious, rule-breaking photo on the Santa Monica pier. Plus, Rachel Zoe celebrates her hubby, Roger Berman's birthday with an adorable family photo, Kerry Washington looks picture-perfect while chatting with the Hollywood Foreign Press and Lady Gaga gets a special surprise from John Travolta! Click "Launch Gallery" above to see these stars' personal pics and check out even more celeb candids in this week's best celebrity TwitPics! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
He told The Wrap it would be too difficult to do because one of the main characters - Michelle Williams's Jen Lindley - was killed off at the end.
Jackson said: "Well, they killed off one of the main characters - you can't do a revival series, one of us is dead! She's a ghost? She comes back as a ghost?
"I think at this point, so much time has passed, I think it's probably time to let that go for the next generation."
However, it seems former cast mate Katie Holmes thinks something could be arranged.
"There's been a lot of talk about it," she said earlier this year. »
Nostalgia shows are returning for limited revivals all over television, but don’t expect “Dawson’s Creek” to make a comeback — at least according to Joshua Jackson, who played Pacey Witter. “Well, they killed off one of the main characters – you can’t do a revival series, one of us is dead!” the former teen actor and current star of Showtime’s “The Affair” told TheWrap. Jackson was referring to the series finale of the WB teen drama, which ran for six seasons from 1998-2003. Also Read: TheWrap's TV Stars and Showrunners Exclusive Portraits (Updating Photos) “Dawson’s Creek” starred Jackson, »
- Linda Ge
The 5th annual Streamy Awards were held last night at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. The event honoring the crème de la crème of YouTube, Snapchat, and Vine creators was aired live on VH1 for the first time ever. The best actress award went to Colleen Ballinger for her poor makeup skills and great everything else in her YouTube show “Miranda Sings” while James Van Der Beek snagged best actor for his work on “Adi Shankar’s Bootleg Universe,” the channel responsible for the dark reimagining of “Power Rangers,” the costumed ninja kids show from the ’90s. “Power/Rangers Unauthorized,” stars Van Der Beek as the villain and has hit over 15 million views on YouTube. Best ensemble cast and best directing went to the cast and crew of “Video Game High School,” while “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 3 winner and YouTube personality Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval won for best dance. »
Several online video stars became early winners Monday night at the Streamy Awards official nominee reception. The Streamys handed out 35 awards at the Sept. 14 event, which took place at YouTube Space La three days ahead of the main event. Online video stars Chelsea Briggs and GloZell Green hosted the festivities, which saw awards go to most-subscribed YouTuber PewDiePie and comedian Mamrie Hart. Traditional media stars took home a few awards, too. The Tonight Show won for its short series Backstage and James Van Der Beek scored for his turn as a dark Power Ranger in a spoof of the
- Natalie Jarvey
This Thursday, the 5th Annual Streamy Awards will honor the best of digital content live on VH1, but — because there are only so many hours in a Thursday evening — tonight the Streamys handed out awards across a wide swath of categories. Read More: Tyler Oakley, 'Lizzie Bennet,' 'Drunk Kitchen' and More Win at 2014 Streamy Awards Some of the highlights: James Van Der Beek was named best actor for his work in the "Power Rangers" Bootleg Universe short film, while long-running "Video Game High School," produced by the Rocket Jump team, picked up two awards. "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" was also recognized for its "Backstage" YouTube series, and YouTube stalwarts PewDiePie, "Epic Rap Battles of History" and The Young Turks picked up statues. The main Streamy Awards ceremony, hosted by Grace Helbig and Tyler Oakley, will be broadcast live on VH1 this Thursday at 10:00pm. Check out »
- Liz Shannon Miller
James Van Der Beek has hit a certain level of fame reserved only for a small sliver of celebrities. While driving around over the weekend, he was forced to stop midconversation with his wife. Why? Because he saw a car with a bumper sticker of his face on it. Yes, it's the infamous crying face he makes in Dawson's Creek. Naturally, he hopped out of his own car to take a picture, because that's what we would all do. James Van Der Beek, you are a true American legend. Re-post via @maak9. Was driving w/ @vanderkimberly, having a very serious conversation, when I interrupted her to say, "Wait - is that my face plastered on the back of that car?" So, of course I pulled up alongside and asked (engine still running, just in case they were psycho). Turns out yep, that's me, and they were lovely (and probably a »
- Maggie Pehanick
The producers of the Streamy Awards — hoping to turn this year’s kudocast into a primetime TV hit on VH1 instead of an online-only event — have tapped big-name musical acts as well as digital and Hollywood celebs to be part of the show.
Omi, Six Mix-a-Lot, A Great Big World featuring Futuristic, and Hailee Steinfeld will be among the featured musical performers for the fifth annual Streamy Awards. The show is slated to air live on VH1’s linear TV channel and digital platforms on Sept. 17 at 10 p.m. Et (delayed for West Coast) from the Hollywood Palladium theater.
Presenters at the Streamys, which recognizes the best YouTube and online-video content and creators of the year, are scheduled to include: Natasha Bedingfield, Ciara, Frankie Grande, YouTube vlogger Jenna Marbles, the Smosh guys (Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla), NeNe Leakes (“The Real Housewives of Atlanta”) and James Van Der Beek (“Dawson’s Creek”). In addition, »
- Todd Spangler
Jane the Virgin is doubling up on its season two pop stars! Kesha will be joining the previously announced Britney Spears for a guest starring role on the CW series, though their roles will be very different. While Spears is playing herself, Kesha is set to appear in episode two as Jane's new neighbor, Annabelle, who isn't really a big fan of Jane's newest infant roommate. This will be Kesha's first big TV gig, aside from a voice appearance in one episode of Robot Chicken, but judging from that one incredible music video in which she acted appalled by James Van Der Beek, we're pretty sure she can easily nail this role. She also seems pretty excited »
Forget your $250 million budgets and A-list megastars, sometimes all you need to make a good film is a bit of creative thinking and passion for your characters (intellectual property rights optional).
With feature-length fan film Star Trek: Renegades setting fandom abuzz, here's a host of unauthorised movies that put Hollywood to shame.
1. Batman battles Predator
Back in the Dark Knight's movie wilderness years (thanks for that, George Clooney!), short Batman: Dead End made waves online thanks to a mega-twist that saw the Caped Crusader in a rain-soaked showdown against a Predator. If it bleeds, Batman can kill it.
2. A Judge gets back in the saddle
A tepid box office showing from 2012's Dredd means a sequel is probably never going to happen. However, hardcore fans had their thirst quenched by the moody Judge Minty, about an ageing Mega City One Judge striding through the Cursed Earth. Think of this as »
When Shannyn Sossamon first hit the scene in the early 2000s, she was one of the Hollywood It Girls. With roles alongside some of the hottest heartthrobs around -- including Heath Ledger, Josh Hartnett and James Van Der Beek -- she quickly made a name for herself in films like "A Knight's Tale," "40 Days and 40 Nights" and "The Rules of Attraction." Now 36 and a mother to two children -- Audio Science, 12, and Clayton, 3 -- those days are a bit blurry to the actress. "I don’t remember anything," she tells toofab's Brian Particelli when asked what it was like to gain notoriety during such a wild time in Hollywood. "I always say that I wasn’t really ready when I started to do movies and so I learned as I’ve been going. It was fun, but I was definitely a little reckless being when I was younger, so I don’t remember much! »
- tooFab Staff
The Power Rangers franchise is easily one of the longest-running children’s television shows currently on the air. Although it comes with a certain amount of pain to refer to the series a ‘children’s show’, it is also a swift reminder of the shows humble origins twenty two years ago.
Power Rangers may have an army of fans ranging from the age of three to thirty three. But, it’s only us older, wiser and heavily nostalgic fans that can truly remember the golden age of Power Rangers. In a time before CGI, High definition and actors who have zero knowledge of martial arts, was the definitive and most iconic iteration of the entire series.
Way back in 1993, an intergalactic being known as ‘Zordon’ recruited five beautiful, diverse and incredibly intelligent teenagers. These five would unite to become an unstoppable spandex-clad superhero team, who would take on Rita Replusa »
- Ben Read
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