Katie Holmes would consider a Dawson's Creek reunion.
The 33-year-old actress thinks it would be fun to get back together with the cast of the hit teen drama - James Van Der Beek, Michelle Williams and Joshua Jackson - to film a brand new series where the gang go on holiday together.
"I love everyone from the show and we have kind of talked about it here and there, but what do you do? Michelle's character passed away... Our last episode, we were already five years older. Maybe we'll go on vacation, that will be fun--and just film it!" she said when speaking on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
The popular show ran from 1998 until 2003 and afforded Katie her break-out role. The brunette beauty is currently making a return to acting and juggling rehearsals for Broadway play Dead Accounts with looking after six-year-old daughter Suri. Discussing her new project, where she plays an Ohio woman who still lives with her parents whose brother comes home after "doing something really wrong," she said, "It's a comedy, but there's a lot of heavy themes."
Michelle Williams wants to star in a Dawson's Creek reunion.
The 31-year-old actress played Jen Lindley in the teen drama - which was broadcast from 1998 to 2003 - and she would "very happily" reprise her role again, although she admits it would have to be as a ghost or in a series of flashbacks after her alter-ego died in the series.
"I would very happily do a reunion show, I don't know what it would be. My character died in the end, so there are certain limitations for me. It's either I come back as a ghost or I'm shot through a lot of gauzy, hazy light as my nineteen-year-old self," she said at Comic-Con.
Michelle believes a Dawson's Creek reunion would be a great way to "honor" the show - which followed four friends, Dawson Leery (James Van Der Beek), Joey Potter (Katie Holmes), Pacey Witter (Joshua Jackson) and Jen in the fictional seaside town of Capeside, Massachusetts - for both its stars and fans: "I've always said that I would really love to and I think independently, we've all been saying that. So at some point I hope that it does happen [as] ... a way to honor the past and what a big deal it was for the four or five of us and what a big deal it was for the people who watched it."
Matt LeBlanc is against a Friends reunion.
The actor - whose most notable television role to date is as Joey Tribbiani on the hit sitcom - revealed that he wouldn't support the cast getting back together or agree to a movie adaptation of the show. Matt admitted that he hadn't heard of any plans to record more scenes and suggested that it would be wrong to try to recreate the series on the big screen.
"Yeah, that probably won't happen. There's no plans for anything like that. Everyone seems to be talking about that these days, but nope, no irons in the fire there," he said.
When asked whether he thought David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox collaborating again was a "bad idea," he added, "Personally I do. I think that show was all about a finite amount of time in six people's lives. Once they have moved on from that phase, that family unit has broken down a little bit. I'm sure they'd keep in touch a bit, but it wouldn't be the same."
Michelle Williams would be ''totally'' up for a Dawson's Creek reunion.
The Oscar-nominated actress claims she would love to reprise her role as Jen Lindley in the teen drama which ran from 1998-2003, and believes lead star James Van Der Beek should call her up to ask her.
"[James] has my email. He has my phone, and my cell phone, so we talk. He could totally ask! I've always said I'm totally up for reunion tours, reunion shows, so we can do that!" she said.
Michelle - who has six-year-old daughter Matilda - is not the only star of the show who has expressed an interest in returning to the series; Katie Holmes, who played Joey Potter in the drama, admits she would enjoy the opportunity to bring Dawson's Creek back: "It would be fun. I had so much fun working on that show and I loved everyone so much and I think about it with such fond memories."
James has previously said he has grown to appreciate his role as Dawson Leery as he has gotten older: "The older get, the easier it is to appreciate how lucky I was to have that experience."
Bonnie Franklin is doing a guest stint on Hot in Cleveland, which will reunite the actress with her One Day at a Time daughter Valerie Bertinelli.
In that old CBS series, Franklin played divorcee Ann Romano, who raised her two daughters (Bertinelli and MacKenzie Phillips) in an apartment in Indianapolis. One Day at a Time ran from 1975 to 1984.
Franklin and Bertinelli aren’t the only former costars who will reunite during Cleveland’s second season. The show also has a guest spot planned for TV legend Mary Tyler Moore, who worked with Betty White on The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
Season 2 of TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland -- which also stars Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves -- will debut in January.
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-Bosom Buddies Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari will be reuniting once again on television. The former costars will appear on the upcoming TV Land Awards when their comedy is honored. Donna Dixon, Thelma Hopkins and Holland Taylor will also be present. The ceremony will air on April 25.
-Memories of Captain Phil Harris helped garner big numbers for the return of the Deadliest Catch. The show’s Season 6 premiere drew in the program’s biggest audience ever (4.6 million viewers).
-Rickey Minor, American Idol‘s current musical director, will take over where Kevin Eubanks leaves off. Jay Leno’s music man of 18 years officially announced that he will leave The Tonight Show on May 28. Minor will begin his stint on June 7.
-Rielle Edwards, the mother of John Edwards’ love child, has booked her first television interview. Although she’s had conversations with Barbara Walters, the woman with the crazy hair will be sitting down with Oprah Winfrey. An air date has not yet been announced.
Lisa Kudrow might not be writing nasty notes for Ross on Friends anymore, but she still knows how to intimidate.
On this Jan. 6 episode of Cougar Town, Kudrow “plays a dermatologist who is a horrible, horrible person,” but is sought after by women - including Courteney Cox - because “she’s the best.”
This clip really makes me miss “bad ass” Phoebe.
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Despite what it looks like, that isn’t Phoebe Buffay with a lab coat on. That is, though, Lisa Kudrow with her pal Courteney Cox on an episode of Cougar Town.
Next month, Friends’ former masseuse will guest as a specialist Jules Cobb loves and hates. “She plays a dermatologist who is a horrible, horrible person, but [Cox] goes to her because she’s the best. The [sight] of them playing people who dislike each other intensely was very funny for me to watch,” exec. producer Bill Lawrence explained.
Set your DVRs for the Lisa and Courteney reunion on January 6.
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Oprah Winfrey really knows how to milk her ratings cows. Recently, we’ve seen her interviews with Whitney Houston and Mackenzie Phillips stretch out over two separate hours. Now, Mike Tyson is getting his Round 2.
This Friday, the former heavyweight champion will be sharing the stage with a very special guest: Evander Holyfield. Yes, that would be the same boxer Tyson bit - twice - during their June 1997 fight.
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Jerry Seinfeld has repeatedly balked at doing a reunion for the highly-popular, long-running sitcom that helped make NBC a success again…but it seems the comedian will stand in the way of Fate no longer. Seinfeld co-creator Larry David has managed to get the cast to agree to appear on his series Curb Your Enthusiasm.
It’s like 1996 all over again.
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