This is what Katie Holmes had to say to Jimmy Fallon on her most recent appearance on his show:
“I love everyone from the show. We have kind of talked about it here and there. But we’re like, ‘What do you do?’ Because [in] our last episode, Michelle’s character passed away…I don’t know…Maybe we’ll go on vacation — that [would] be fun — and just film it!”
You know, this might actually be happening. I know we talked about it in the past, and waxed all nostalgic over what it’d be like, but this is especially poignant for me on this day, friends, because today I’m watching part one of the series finale. Yup. I finally made it through the entire season, and today it reaches its end.
Just to brief you, this is what other characters from the show had to say on a possible ‘Dawson’s Creek’ reunion. Michelle Williams:
“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.”
“Well, we killed the show so I don’t think that’s ever going to happen. Never say never. If I’m out of work for enough years, absolutely. We’ll be old and gray and nasty by the time (that happens).”
Shut up, Joshua Jackson. James Van Der Beek:
“They can get nominated for all the Oscars they want. You don’t put the Beatles back together without John Lennon. And I’m Lennon and McCartney, bitch.”
Um, sort of. But really? This would be the best news of all. Word on the street was that the only thing holding up a reunion was Tom Cruise, but now that all that crazy’s out of the picture, hey. It could happen, right? Maybe just in time for the 10-year anniversary of the show’s ending!
November 18, 2012 at 8:00 am by Sarah
… Williams was willing to commit more fully to our questions about a possible Dawson’s Creek reunion — or, at least, she was open to the idea, once we asked her about Don’t Trust The B– In Apartment 23 and told her that James Van Der Beek was willing. “He has my e-mail!” she responded, laughing. “He has my home phone, and my cell phone, so we talk … ” And that means she’d do the show, if he called? “He could totally ask! I’ve always said, I’m totally up for reunion tours, reunion shows, so we can do that. I’ve always wanted, my best friend [Busy Philipps] is on Cougar Town, and we’ve always talked about wanting to go be on that show, too. It’s just timing, because of L.A. and New York, and it hasn’t happened.” Your move, Van Der Beek!
Wow! Wouldn’t this be awesome if it happened?
This’ll be the biggest thing that’s happened to James Van Der Beek since … since … since, I don’t know, that movie he did for SyFy, The Storm! Which I, incidentally, watched this past week, because I went DV-R crazy with crappy made-for-TV disaster movies because I love them!
This’ll be the best thing that’s happened to Katie Holmes since she found out that her husband Tom Cruise is actually a robot created by the Church of Scientology, and because he’s some kind of weird droid, in legal terms, this means her marriage is not legally binding! … Wait, you mean that didn’t happen yet? OK, sorry—jumping the gun a little bit here, but it’s just all the excitement, I swear.
Would you guys totally love a DC reunion or what?