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What do you get for the mother of the girl who has everything? Luckily, that's a conundrum for Tom Cruise, not us. That's because Brad Pitt's not the only superstar celebrating a birthday today. Katie Holmes is seeing his 48 years on the planet with 33 of her own. So happy birthday, Katie! You've come a long way since Dawson's Creek—and so has your style. We're guessing her five-year-old stylist (oh yeah, and daughter) gets some of that sartorial credit. In honor of Katie's big day, we're taking a look back at some of her best outfits from the past year. Check 'em out! »
I never would have guessed back in the day that Joshua Jackson would become my favorite Dawson's Creek alumnus, but then the former Pacey had to go and win me over as Peter Bishop on Fringe. (And really, who saw that whole Katie Holmes/Tom Cruise thing coming?) As such, I'm happy to see the guy getting more and better work, and I'm going to count starring in a new big-screen thriller with Marisa Tomei as a tick in the "win" column. Come to think of it, back when Marisa Tomei won an Oscar for her role in My Cousin Vinny I kind of figured that punchline would be the highlight of her career. I'm not ashamed to admit when I'm wrong, and Tomei has been proving me wrong like a boss of late, with great performances in movies such as The Wrestler and Cyrus. Let's hear it for the »
It's no fun when our favorite shows are cancelled. Fortunately, the actors who play characters on those shows often show up in other projects. It's what we like to call "cancelled casting." Here's where you'll be able to find some of your favorite performers:
MTV's Teen Wolf is getting three new cast members. Battlestar Galactica's Michael Hogan will play Allison's (Crystal Reed) grandfather, a lethal werewolf hunter who wants her to follow in his footsteps. Stephen Lunsford (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight) has been hired to play Matt, a photography-loving teen who will compete with Scott for Allison's attention.
Also on Teen Wolf, Daniel Sharman (The Nine Lives of Chloe King) will be seen as a troubled student who's a new member of the lacrosse team. John Wesley Shipp (Dawson's Creek) is playing his father for two episodes. He's a not-so-nice dad who owns a local »
Yesterday we filled "Teen Wolf" fans in on a new character for Season 2: Isaac (Daniel Sharman), a withdrawn teenage lacrosse player who is having some trouble at home.
Now, Zap2it can exclusively introduce you to the "trouble."
John Wesley Shipp will be playing Isaac's not-so-nice dad -- and the owner of Beacon Hills Cemetery. He sees a whole new side of his son after Derek brings Isaac into the wolf pack, and a few "mysterious incidents" plague him in particular. Shipp is headed to Atlanta to begin shooting the intense role next week. MTV confirms that we can expect to see him in two episodes.
"Expanding my pantheon of Dads with Wildly various parenting techniques. »
Dawson's Creek was a beloved TV series where Williams played the bad girl Jen Lindley, who was later killed off.
Her producer for My Week with Monroe, movie mogul Harvey Weinstein also expressed his desire to produce a period piece with the show's cast.
"I will produce it... it's gonna be a period piece," he said.
- Lohit Reddy
Michelle Williams has revealed she would return to Dawson's Creek "in a heartbeat". But the 31-year-old actress, who played the mischievous Jen Lindley, admitted the chances of reprising her role are slim. Her alter ego Jen was killed off in the '90s teen drama's 2003 finale, contracting a fatal heart condition. She told La radio DJ Ryan Seacrest: "In (more) »
- By Paul Millar
Michelle Williams has revealed that she didn’t feel sexy while playing Marilyn Monroe in new movie, My Week With Marilyn. The former Dawson's Creek star transformed into the Hollywood icon for the film, but said that although she was playing a sex symbol, she didn't feel any more attractive. Appearing on Piers Morgan Tonight, she explained, "When all that comes off - the hair, the wig, the costume - there's a strange in-between person underneath. "You know, maybe in those moments like in the bathtub or at the scene with the school boys, but not in everyday life." But her co-star Kenneth Branagh said it was fun to watch Michelle try to walk in Monroe-style tight dresses. "Seeing Michelle walk the first time was quite fun because it looked like she was like a sort of floating on air, she was like a hovercraft," he told Us Weekly. "Her »
Williams' character on the beloved TV series, bad girl Jen Lindley, was killed off but she insists she's still open to returning to the drama for a TV movie.
And Weinstein, her producer for new film My Week With Marilyn, insists he'd like to be involved: "I will produce it... It's gonna be a period piece."
Michelle Williams has admitted that she couldn't understand why Marilyn Monroe was always so late for everything – until she found out how long it took her to get ready. The former Dawson's Creek star plays the iconic actress in My Week With Marilyn, and said that she soon came to understand what made her run so behind schedule. She told CNN anchor Piers Morgan, "I was curious about that because I didn't really identify with it. How can a person be so, in a way, disrespectful of the other actors and crew people that you're working with? And after about three days into week one I realized exactly how. "When you spend three-and-a-half hours sitting in hair and makeup and then are required to transmit a kind of energy and vibration that makes people feel like you're sort of existing to give them pleasure... to put all that out on »
Michelle Williams got her big break starring in Dawson's Creek, and since then has proven to the world that she has some fine acting chops. After the teen drama, she made a splash in 2005's Brokeback Mountain with her deceased husband Heath Ledger. Michelle has immersed herself in heavily dramatic movies like Blue Valentine, but currently she is filming the prequel to The Wizard of Oz. She'll be playing the role of Glinda the Good Witch, and putting her own spin on the role. A role she says was extremely one dimensional in the classic film. I wanted to know if this “Oz the Great and Powerful” which she’s currently shooting for Sam Raimi has sort of a “Wicked” take (in terms of prequel) on “The Wizard of Oz.” Of course, that would scare folks who don’t want to be sued by the “Wicked” people, but the tales do sound similar. »
Michelle Williams must have really tough skin.
When it was announced that the Academy Award-nominated ex-"Dawson's Creek" alum would star as Marilyn Monroe in the period romp "My Week With Marilyn," fans of the screen legend were no doubt worried. Sure, Williams has proven to be one of our generation's most gifted actresses, known for her soul-baring work in passion projects like "Blue Valentine" and "Meek's Cutoff." But versatile? Not so much.
No matter how raw or committed in her delivery, Williams hadn't yet displayed great range like, say Meryl Streep in everything, or Charlize Theron in "Monster." She's always been a dependably predictable screen presence, albeit a fascinating one.
In "Marilyn," Williams takes the first true risk of her career. This is a make it-or-break-it kind of high-wire act. As Monroe, she takes the challenge and runs with it, and ends up doing what the greats do: She becomes a chameleon. »
- Nigel Smith
Oasis star Noel Gallagher wasn’t too impressed after meeting Katie Holmes backstage at the Us talk show Letterman. The 44-year-old singer slammed the Dawson's Creek actress, 32, on his blog over the weekend. Noel seemed excited to meet Tom Cruise’s wife in the New York studio but felt snubbed after the encounter. He wrote: "We literally bumped into that top Scientologist Katie Holmes on the way into the studio. We came out of the lift and Bang, there she was." Noel and his pal Scully were so pleased to see the beauty that they filmed the meeting. "Scully was doing a bit of filming for my website and managed to capture the moment," wrote Noel. But the All My Sons Actress was not flattered and sent her security over to get the film destroyed. "She looked a bit miffed at the various North-West accents and some vigorous handshaking, but »
Actress Michelle Williams is one of those rare child actors who's only gotten better in her chosen profession as she's reached her 30s. Having started acting in her early teens and done all sorts of odds and ends including a role on "Dawson's Creek" and a couple of horror movies, she's made the transition from indie darling to bonafide starlet in a smooth and natural way. In 2006, she was nominated for her first Oscar for her supporting performance in Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain and last year, her dramatic role in Derek Cianfrance's Blue Valentine scored her a second nod. Now, she stars in Simon Curtis' My Week with Marilyn , playing the iconic '50s actress Marilyn Monroe, a performance that's likely to get Williams her third Oscar nomination, and who knows? Maybe »
Eddie Redmayne is rapidly shrinking into the slippery dark brown leather sofa upon which he sits, his head is disappearing under the neckline of his navy blue jumper, and his hands are raised ready to cover his ears. The cause of his discomfort? Me, sadly, as I read aloud some comments I've found on the various fansites dedicated to his very being. "Eddie: Flawless, ethereal, could 'get it' wearing tweed any day of the week," I read out to him.
"Wearing tweed?" he repeats in his very British accent, following it with a huge burst of laughter.
"Eddie is possibly the best human in the world," I continue, as he shrinks further. "Oh God!" "Eddie is so charming, and I am legit attracted to him. »
- Fran Babb
The 44-year-old singer was in New York to film an appearance on the 'Late Show With David Letterman' last week and bumped into the actress as he was getting into a lift.
A member of Noel's staff was filming his trip for his website and recorded the moment on camera, something the former 'Dawson's Creek' star was not happy about.
"We literally bumped into that top Scientologist Katie Holmes on the way into the studio. We came out of the lift and Bang, there she was," Contactmusic quoted. »
- Ketali Mehta
Katie Holmes has revealed that she would definitely be up for a Dawson's Creek reunion. The 32-year-old – who now has daughter Suri, five, with husband Tom Cruise - found fame as girl-next-door Joey Potter on the teen drama from 1998 to 2003 and said she's love to meet up with her old cast mates. "It would be fun," she told Good Morning America. "I had so much fun working on that show and I loved everyone so much and I think about it with such fond memories." She added that her co-stars, which included James van der Beek, Michelle Williams and Joshua Jackson, were 'a great group of people'. © Splash News »
Katie Holmes was up bright and early again today for a taping of the Rachael Ray Show in NYC. It's the latest stop on her East Coast Jack and Jill promotional tour leading up to Friday's release. Katie's schedule is packed with appearances, but she's also carving out plenty of time to spend with Suri. The duo visited American Girl Place last night, and Suri even brought along one of her own stuffed dolls for the adventure. Katie's press duties wrap up tomorrow with a trip to The Late Show, and from there it's likely they'll reunite with Tom Cruise, who's currently shooting One Shot in Pittsburgh. Earlier this week Katie talked about wanting to team up with her husband on the big screen and commented on a possible Dawson's Creek reunion, but it's Tom's latest quotes about Katie that are making headlines. Talking about his upcoming role in Rock of Ages, »
- Katie Henry
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Ready For The "Creek" To Run Again?: Grab your dictionary and thesauruses, one original "Dawson's Creek" star is ready to return to Capetown! "It would be fun," Katie Holmes said on Wednesday's "Good Morning America," when asked about reprising her Joey Potter role for a reunion. "I had so much fun working on that show and I loved everyone so much and I think about it with such fond memories. A really great group of people." Ok, Katie's in... James? Michelle? Joshua? Busy? Kerr?
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Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise ventured out in NYC last night to pick up a present at American Girl Place. It was a mother-daughter evening after a busy day for Katie that included a stop by Good Morning America to chat about her new movie Jack and Jill, which is out on Friday. Katie also hinted at a Dawson's Creek reunion, but no plans for that are apparently in place just yet. While Katie's talking up her Adam Sandler comedy, her husband Tom Cruise is off working on One Shot in Pennsylvania. It will be Tom's turn to step into the spotlight soon, though, when Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol hits theaters next month. View Slideshow › »
- Allie Merriam
Katie Holmes has declared that she would like to star in a Dawson's Creek reunion. The Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark actress, who played Joey Potter for the entirety of the teen drama's 1998-2003 run, said that she had "warm memories" of working with the likes of James Van Der Beek, Michelle Williams and Joshua Jackson. "It would be fun," she told Good Morning America. "I had so much fun working on that show and I love everyone so much. I think about it with such warm memories. It's a really great group of people." Watch Katie Holmes in the final episode of Dawson's Creek below: Holmes also expressed a desire to team up with husband Tom Cruise for a future project, saying: "You know if it is the right thing, I mean why not? He (more) »
- By Daniel Sperling
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