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Once a girl from the Creek, always a girl from the Creek. It's been more than 10 years since Katie Holmes, James Van Der Beek, Michelle Williams, and Joshua Jackson said their goodbyes on the finale of the WB series Dawson's Creek, but Holmes, for one, still carries a little bit of Joey Potter wherever she goes. "I don't know if I have moved past it, but I don't really care," the Kennedys actress told Elle Canada of her role on the teen drama. "I had a [...] »
Katie Holmes knows "Dawson's Creek" made her a star, and it still holds a place of huge significance for her and fans. “I don’t know if I have moved past it, but I don’t really care,” the actress tells Elle Canada. “I had a ball doing it, and it’s really nice to be a part of something that did affect people. And it created a lot of opportunities for all of us. You can’t really ask for much more than that.” »
- Daniel Gates
It looks like Katie Holmes is holding on to Dawson's Creek just as much as the fans. The brunette beauty covers Elle Canada's February issue, and while opening up about her long career in the industry, Holmes candidly confesses that her time as Joey Potter holds a special place in her heart. "I don't know if I have moved past it, but I don't really care," Holmes told the mag with a smile. "I had a ball doing it, and it's really nice to be a part of something that did affect people. And it created a lot of opportunities for all of us. You can't really ask for much more than that." Dawson's Creek fans are "all grown up now," says Holmes, joking that these »
The 36-year-old actress, who rose to fame playing Joey Potter on the beloved WB series, isn't shy about showing her love for the show in a new interview with Elle Canada.
"I don't know if I have moved past it, but I don’t really care," she says candidly. "I had a ball doing it, and it’s really nice to be a part of something that did affect people."
Photos: Favorite TV and Cast Reunions!
"It created a lot of opportunities for all of us," she says.
But could this mean there's a possible Dawson's Creek reunion in the works?
Williams, who played the troubled Jen Lindley, surprisingly said that she was actually game for it »
TV dramas range from action-packed thrillers to slow-burn family affairs, but the best shows are always the ones that make you forget you're watching TV. Shows like "True Detective" and "House of Cards" have changed the way we perceive and watch TV. Sadly, even the best TV shows aren't immune to the occasional gaffe.
From classics, like "Dawson's Creek," to your favorite action-dramas, like "24," here's a gallery of the most notable goofs from TV dramas.
As usual, all photos are courtesy of MovieMistakes.com. »
- Jonny Black
It's a Dawson's Creek reunion...in the very last place you'd expect to see a Dawson's Creek reunion! E! Online can exclusively reveal that Kerr Smith, who played Jack McPhee on Kevin Williamson's WB drama, is heading to the showrunner's newest drama, the CBS thriller Stalker. Smith will play John Bardo, a well-respected news anchor who rebuilt his life and career after a stalking incident years ago. Now Don is being terrorized again. Is it his past stalker who was recently released from prison or is Don the victim of a new obsession? Smith will appear in episode 13, "The News," which will air in January. E! has also learned that The Originals star Phoebe Tonkin is »
Whether or not you're a fan of The Affair, there's no way to deny the horse-riding, often-bareshirted Joshua Jackson. (He plays Cole, the stubborn husband of adulterous Alison.) For Dawson's Creek fans, it's a Pacey Witter redux. If you can completely ignore the plot, it's like an older Pacey returned to the ocean to open a horse ranch. And while some of you may choose to follow along with the mystery, some of us are here for the Witter. Hell, even his Affair co-star, Ruth Wilson, is Team Pacey, or so she told Vulture at the premiere of The Elephant Man: "I mean, he’s Pacey! And he’s got horses. He’s a real man. And he’s got a beard. I like a beard." True. In case you didn't realize and need to catch up, well, here we go: First off, he has a necklace. Sometimes he wears it with his towel. »
- Lindsey Weber
Back in the wild world of the '90s, before Wikipedia and Yahoo! Answers were tending to the questions of growing minds, kids turned to television to get advice. And one of the greatest TV sages was Nickelodeon's Clarissa Darling. The fast-talking, free-spirited, self-dressing tween dispensed sassy knowledge to viewers on Clarissa Explains It All, taking on every subject from dating to how to deal with annoying little brothers. Played by Melissa Joan Hart, Clarissa has developed a nostalgic following as '90s kids grow up and fondly think back to the simpler times of landlines and neighbors who entered through the window. »
- Kelli Bender, @kbendernyc
After a rich history in network television with "Dawson's Creek" and "Fringe," Joshua Jackson entered the world of premium cable recently by getting into bed with Showtime’s "The Affair." In our recent webcam chat (watch below), he reveals, "the exciting thing about this project is that it takes a really basic story (of infidelity) that everybody’s seen a thousand times... and uses a science-fictiony high concept design inside something so simple." -Break- For Jackson, the unique way the show tackles the subject matter of infidelity is "to essentially challenge the audience with the idea that no matter who your favorite character is, no matter who your hero is, in the show everybody lives inside their own narrative. So there’s no objective truth. You can’t get comfortable with any of the stories you're being told because every time you’re being told the story, you..." »
"The Giver" actress also opens up about living back-and-forth between both coasts these days. Over the summer, the brunette beauty purchased a home for just under $4 million in Calabasas -- at least the ladies can escape the freezing temperatures whenever they want now! What do you think about Katie's candid comments? Sound off below and check out the gallery to see more "Dawson's Creek" stars then and now! Also, make sure to check out the second video above to see Holmes show off her impressive tap dancing skills! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Long before Scott Foley was busy making Scandal fans swoon as Jake Ballard, he won hearts back in the '90s in yet another TV love triangle. After appearances on shows like Step by Step and Dawson's Creek, Scott became a household name with his role as Noel Crane on Felicity. He met Jennifer Garner when she guest-starred on the hit show, and they married in 2000, taking the red carpet by storm before splitting a few years later. Over the past decade, Scott has remained a Hollywood heartthrob, a title that's been taken to the next level thanks to Scandal. Off screen, he tied the knot with his wife, actress Marika Dominczyk, in 2007, and they just welcomed their third child, Konrad, this week! For a fun dose of nostalgia, take a look back at Scott Foley then and now, including some sexy shirtless ads and some supersweet moments with his family. »
Real Talk: you know what’s an endlessly charming and awesome film? “Pitch Perfect.” Coming out of nowhere in the fall of 2012, at least expectations-wise, the college a capella ensemble comedy “Pitch Perfect” turned out to be a huge hit for Universal. And for good reason, because in terms of modern “teen” comedies (yeah, they’re heading into college, but they’re still just hitting adulthood), it’s the best one since “Mean Girls” in 2004. Yep, real talk. What’s even more impressive is that the comedy was the feature-length directorial debut of Jason Moore (he directed episodes of “Dawson's Creek,” “One Tree Hill” and “Everwood”). But he’s not back for the sequel -- instead, the movie will be another feature-length directorial debut: that of “Pitch Perfect” star Elizabeth Banks. She's back in front of the camera as well, along with most of the cast (writer Kay Cannon »
- Edward Davis
10 Things I Hate About You is one of the best high school movies of 1999, and some of the cast recently got together for a little reunion. Over the weekend, the film's screenwriter, Karen McCullah, tweeted a photo of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Andrew Keegan (sporting a sweater cape), David Krumholtz, and Susan May Pratt, along with cowriter Kirsten Smith. Aside from the late Heath Ledger, there are some notable absences; Julia Stiles, Larisa Oleynik, and Gabrielle Union are all missing. The fact that Keegan is wearing neither a white nor black t-shirt is distressing, but the fact that this happened at all is pretty awesome. Need more '90s throwbacks? You should probably check out this Dawson's Creek reunion too. 10 Things I Hate About You reunion pic.twitter.com/SVwRIu4Tr2 — Karen McCullah (@KarenMcCullah1) November 15, 2014 Front Page Image Source: Buena Vista Pictures »
Dawson and Pacey are back together again, but this time it's totally drama free. Dawson's Creek cast members James Van Der Beek and Joshua Jackson were reunited on Sunday. The duo was all smiles in a photo that James posted to his Twitter account with the caption "The most pleasant run-ins can happen in the most unexpected places." The actors have come a long way since they played the angsty adolescents of Capeside, and we have to say they're looking better than ever. These days James is filming CSI: Cyber and Joshua is busy with his new series, The Affair, but we're still holding out for the day when we can see the whole crew reunited (maybe just without the '90s outfits). The most pleasant run-ins can happen in the most unexpected places... @VancityJax pic.twitter.com/IU1tDKumvH — James Van Der Beek (@vanderjames) November 16, 2014 »
Here's the Dawson's Creek reunion you've been waiting for, minus the two stars who graduated to film work in the past 11 years. On Sunday, James Van Der Beek tweeted a photo of himself with Joshua Jackson, writing, "The most pleasant run-ins can happen in the most unexpected places..." Katie Holmes and Michelle Williams have both said the cast keeps in touch and they'd be totally up for a real reunion ... once they figure out how to resurrect Jen.. »
- Margaret Hartmann
Now this will get '90s fans smiling from ear to ear! Dawson's Creek alum James Van Der Beek thought he was going to just a typical party Saturday night. All things changed, however, when he ran into former co-star Joshua Jackson. "The most pleasant run-ins can happen in the most unexpected places..." James shared on Instagram as he posed for a picture with his friend. Yes, ladies and gentlemen! Dawson Leery and Pacey Witter are back together and they're not fighting over Joey Potter (Katie Holmes). The mini reunion comes just a few short days after the Atx Television Festival announced its plans for their season four festival scheduled for June 2015. As it turns out, fans of »
While we wait (and you know we “don’t wanna wait”!) for an official "Dawson's Creek" reunion, a new photo will have to suffice.
"The most pleasant run-ins can happen in the most unexpected places," James, 37, Tweeted on Saturday along with a photo of the duo smiling.
Photos: Hot Shots of James Van Der Beek
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
"Dawson's Creek" stars James Van Der Beek and Joshua Jackson reunited in L.A. ... and we're pretty sure they're both vampires -- 'cause neither looks like they've aged a day.The 37-year-old Beek snapped a pic Saturday night with his 36-year-old former co-star ... reminding people why they were once teen heartthrobs.No sign of Katie Holmes or Michelle Williams -- but we're guessing Dawson complained about both of them to Pacey ... while comparing his life to some classic movie. »
- TMZ Staff
They don't want to wait - for an official Dawson's Creek reunion. James Van Der Beek and Joshua Jackson proved the cutest guys in Capeside have still got it, snapping a photo together Sunday. "The most pleasant run-ins can happen in the most unexpected places," Van Der Beek, 37, Tweeted. It's been 11 years since the actors said goodbye to teenage angst and self-aware speeches, but fans can relive the drama's six seasons this summer, when the creator and writers reunite at the Atx Television Festival in Austin, Texas. For now, we'll just stare longingly at this Twit pic, wishing Katie Holmes »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
Pacey and Dawson, together again!We got some major WB flashbacks last night, as "Dawson's Creek" stars Joshua Jackson and James Van Der Beek unexpectedly met up for one amazing photo-op."The most pleasant run-ins can happen in the most unexpected places," James captioned the pic above on his Instagram page, showing him arm-in-arm with his former on-screen Bff."It's so funny, it just seems like something so far away, it seems like another lifetime in my experience," Van Der Beek recently told Huffington Post about his time on the show.Former costar Katie Holmes also opened up about working on the "Creek" just last week."You know, we all still keep in touch and support each other, and luckily, we all have been able to stay busy," she said. "We had a really wonderful time. It was six years of our lives, and we were all really passionate about »
- tooFab Staff
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