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Lindsay Lohan admitted that she wrote her celebrity hookup list in rehab, but she wouldn't "confirm or deny" what she did with the guys. Watch her full interview above. The explosive Scandal finale aired last night. If you're still reeling, recover with a Mad Libs-style generator of your very own Olivia Pope monologue. Sorry, Dawson's Creek fans - there's not going to be a reunion movie. Creator Kevin Williamson looked back at the series finale and revealed, "I don't want to see it. I want it to be that little piece of the '90s that's forever in its proper place." This is how we feel about the news: Source: The WB Though Mara Wilson says she wouldn't join the Mrs Doubtfire sequel, Matthew Lawrence says he'd love to be on board! Christina Aguilera debuted her baby bump on Twitter with an adorable photo: Baby loves NYC ❤️ pic.twitter.com »
- Alyse Whitney
A lot goes down on this week's episode of The Originals: the crew heads to a massive party, then someone's heart gets ripped out. I guess that's actually the usual, but there's some interesting stuff that happens before and after. Continuing on in our grand tradition of recapping The Originals with GIFs from other shows, we're letting the gang from Dawson's Creek handle "The Big Uneasy." Here's how they might react to the name-calling, backstabbing, and heart-grabbing on this week's episode! Source: The CW View Slideshow › »
- Maggie Pehanick
The 37-year-old actor told the New York Post that the stunning actress was always incredibly smart.
The blonde beauty was the youngest in the cast, age-wise, and the oldest in every other way, he added. (Ani) »
- Amith Ostwal
James Van Der Beek has a new TV show, but if he was out of a job, chances are he would have reached out to Dawson's Creek costar Michelle Williams. "Michelle was always incredibly smart," he told the New York Post Saturday, April 12. "I always joked that we'd all be asking Michelle for a job. I thought she would produce, she would write." Indeed, Williams, 33, went on from Dawson's Creek to become the most successful among the show's four central stars, which included Katie Holmes and [...] »
Remember when Macaulay Culkin and Anna Chlumsky won best kiss for My Girl or when stars like Matthew McConaughey, Cameron Diaz, and Katie Holmes were considered newbies? Since kicking off in 1992, the MTV Movie Awards have been known to embrace that weird, wild MTV spirit, so to celebrate this Sunday's festivities, we're taking a look back at some of the show's most memorable, '90s-tastic moments from the decade of Clueless and Dawson's Creek. There was the year TLC and Boyz II Men took the stage, the time Courteney Cox hosted with Jon Lovitz, and the time Sandra Bullock celebrated a win for her role in Speed. Based on this year's MTV Movie Award nominations, it looks like we'll be in for plenty of must-see moments on Sunday. In the meantime, take a trip down memory lane with these very '90s moments from the show's first decade. Source: Getty »
- Laura Marie Meyers
How Jason Segel Met Suri's Mother? Not really. Ok Magazine recently reported that Jason Segel and Katie Holmes have been casually dating after meeting on the set of his now-concluded sitcom How I Met Your Mother back in 2011, when Holmes, 35, filmed a guest-starring role. "The story is completely untrue," Holmes' rep Leslie Sloane tells Us Weekly. "The two have not spoken since she appeared on How I Met Your Mother." Had the romance been a bonafide one, Holmes would have been the second Dawson's Creek alum [...] »
Right after one group of friends signs off, new friends will be introduced ... by a former writer-producer of "Friends," no less.
Immediately following the series finale of CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" Monday (Mar. 31), the network will debut the sitcom "Friends With Better Lives." The premise of longtime acquaintances in amusing situations -- mainly revolving around their differing relationship levels -- may seem familiar, but it's served up by a fresh ensemble cast merging established TV faces and relative newcomers.
Will (played by "Dawson's Creek" alum James Van Der Beek) is struggling to adjust after his recent divorce; Jules (actress-model Brooklyn Decker) is newly engaged to visibly amorous Lowell (Rick Donald); Kate (Zoe Lister-Jones, "Whitney") is a career-driven serial dater; and the married Bobby (Kevin Connolly, "Entourage") and Andi (Majandra Delfino, "Roswell") observe their friends' allegedly better lives somewhat enviously.
The Beek is back! After a hilarious turn as himself on ABC's Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, James Van Der Beek is sticking with the yuks in Friends With Better Lives, a new CBS comedy about a group of pals — including Entourage's Kevin Connolly and model Brooklyn Decker — who are all over the romantic map. Just don't ask about the Dawson's Creek theme song...'cause that's no laughing matter!
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- Damian Holbrook
The "star" of Sports Illustrated's 2010 swimsuit-issue cover has done the occasional screen role in movies ("Battleship," "Just Go With It") and television ("New Girl," "Royal Pains"), but she commits fully as an ensemble-cast member of the CBS sitcom "Friends With Better Lives," premiering Monday (March 31).
There's little question Decker understands her new character well, since the newly engaged Jules is an ex-model and aspiring actress. "When we were shooting the pilot, it was probably the most nervous I've ever been going into a job," the engagingly friendly performer tells Zap2it. 'I was shaking and sweating, and my teeth were chattering.
"The theater I had done, it was in North Carolina doing 'Winnie the Pooh.' It wasn't anything on such a massive scale as filming a multi-camera »
James Van Der Beek stopped by "Late Night with Seth Meyers" Thursday (March 27) to talk about his new show "Friends with Better Lives." All anyone really wanted to hear about was "Dawson's Creek," though. Luckily, he was more than happy to oblige.
One thing about the "Dawson's Creek" experience that stands out to Van Der Beek is the stalkers he gained through being a teen heartthrob. Sure, there was no end of teen girls who squealed with delight whenever they saw him, but they weren't the only ones enamored with Dawson.
"My favorite was this older guy, who would make me mix tapes which were comprised of songs from shows I had actually been in," Van Der Beek says. "He would come to Wilmington, where we shot 'Dawson's Creek', every year on my birthday to try and give me a birthday card. So every year on my birthday »
He didn't want to wait! Dawson's Creek heartthrob James Van Der Beek once tried to sneak Justin Timberlake and other then-underage members of 'N Sync into a Las Vegas club, he revealed Wednesday, March 26, in a new interview. "I was in Vegas one New Year's and somebody came by and said, ''N Sync wants to meet you!'" Van Der Beek told HuffPost Live. "And at the time, 'N Sync was the second to Backstreet Boys, it was before they had blown up. They had just come [...] »
Bad news if you're getting sick of the Travelers on The Vampire Diaries, because this week it seems like they just got a lot more menacing. Their ringleader is here, and we sort of learn what they want from Elena and Stefan, and why Luke and Liv are mobilizing against them. Meanwhile, Damon and Elena are having concurrent postsex regrets and fantasies, and we get to reap the benefits of the hot, hot scenes. And we meet yet another doppelgänger! Briefly, anyway. Let's break down all of this week into the good, the bad, and the bloody below. The Good Stefan is still being held at car camp by the Travelers while Caroline and Enzo go off to kill Stefan's other doppelgänger, an ER doctor named Tom who's nice but does not have the best coif (So "Tom with the bad hair" was not a joke). There's lots of flirting »
- Shannon Vestal
When Dawson's Creek was on the air in the late '90s, James Van Der Beek's face was everywhere. And yet, not everyone recognized the teen idol—and that ended up working in Justin Timberlake's favor. The Friends With Better Lives star shared a funny story from his youth during a Wednesday chat with HuffPost Live. "I was in Vegas one New Year's and somebody came by and said, ''N Sync wants to meet you!' And at the time, 'N Sync was the second to Backstreet Boys—it was before they had blown up. They had just come out with some Christmas album, like at the same time 98 Degrees did," Van Der Beek, now 37, laughed, referencing the famous boy band's 1998 holiday album, Home »
Brooklyn Decker and Zoe Lister-Jones reallllly know how to sell a show.toofab's Brian Particelli scored some face time with the two gorgeous gals to promote their brand new CBS series "Friends with Better Lives" -- where talk turned to "boning" hot guys, "Dawson's Creek," their horrible diets and James Van Der Beek's junk.Yeah, it was definitely interesting!The show, which revolves around a group of friends who all think another one of them has it better, costars Van Der Beek, Kevin Connolly and Majandra Delfino (of "Roswell" fame)."James wears spandex bike shorts all the time, so get ready america," Zoe teases -- with Brooklyn adding "You can see Everything." Sounds like our kind of show!If the series is half as funny as these two are in real life, CBS could have a hit on its hands. The show premieres March 31 -- check out our hilarious »
- tooFab Staff
With her fashion line closed, Katie Holmes is focused on acting, returning to TV in her first starring role since Dawson's Creek. Holmes will play an "Audrey Hepburn-esque" New York City socialite in an untitled ABC drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Beautiful Creatures director Richard Lagravenese will write and executive-produce the show. Holmes, 35, has been busy with movie projects and TV guest spots since the teen cult classic Dawson's Creek ended in 2003. After splitting from ex-husband Tom Cruise, she moved with daughter Suri, 7½, to New York - a fitting location for the ABC pilot, which will follow the rivalry »
- Michele Corriston
Rejoice, Dawson's Creek fans: Katie Holmes is returning to the small screen. She's been cast as a series regular for an upcoming ABC drama pilot, Deadline reports. The untitled project "revolves around the love and rivalry between two equally matched, powerful socialites ... who play out their obsessive attraction and seduction of each other through their manipulation of others," Dangerous Liaisons -style. It's set in New York, and Holmes will play "a woman of education and breeding" who runs a philanthropic foundation with her husband. Two other main characters, Philip Fitzgerald Julien (played by Rufus Sewell) and wife Margot Worth Cole, »
- Evann Gastaldo
The 35-year-old will play the philanthropist wife of Rufus Sewell's character in the yet-untitled series, which will film in New York later this year, reports contactmusic.com.
Her last small screen stint was a two-episode appearance on "How I Met Your Mother" in 2013.
- Diksha Singh
Katie Holmes has been cast in an untitled drama pilot from Richard Lagravenese for ABC. The show is set in New York and revolves around "two equally matched, powerful socialites who play out their obsessive attraction and seduction of each other through their manipulation of others," according to the show's log line. Per Deadline, Holmes will play "a woman of education and breeding" who runs a charity with her husband and gets caught up in a Dangerous Liaisons–esque romantic entanglement. This would be Holmes's first regular TV gig since Dawson's Creek, so it'd be nice for all of us if they could cast another Dawson alum as her husband. Kerr Smith, maybe? »
- Margaret Lyons
Katie Holmes is coming home. Rejoice, Joey Potter fans—The beloved Dawson's Creek star is set to make her return to TV! Holmes is set to star in a buzzed-about drama pilot for ABC, E! News has confirmed. The juicy drama, which comes from Behind the Candelabra's Richard Lagravenese, is set in modern-day New York City and has a similar premise to the film Dangerous Liaisons (or Cruel Intentions), with a diabolical duo making a bet to destroy a woman's perfect marriage. Said woman? Holmes' Ann! Well-bred, smart and stylish, Ann runs a philanthropic foundation with her husband, and becomes the target of the bet between Philip (to be played by Rufus Sewell) and Margot (yet to be »
We guess there are weirder "celebrity couples" to base your fashions around, but Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson would have been way better off copying Becks and Posh or Brangelina. Yes, The Bridge star and her Fringe actor hubby were dressing conservatively to meet the Dalai Lama, but even a Buddhist monk has better fashion sense than the two miserable farmers in the American Gothic painting! Obviously the German beauty is dressed far more fashionably than her older, sadder counterpart, but the pointy white collar is what first jogged our memory of the famous painting. And the Dawson's Creek alum is looking far more dapper than the pitch-fork fella' with a frown, but his monochromatic combo is equally »
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