The return of Don’t Trust The B**** In Apt. 23 brings back the series’ wacky humor and spunky characters. When June (Dreama Walker) learns that James (James Van Der Beek) is invited to take part in a reunion show of Dawson’s Creek each year and always refuses, she sets out on a mission to change his mind and make it happen.
The whipped cream bikini first donned by Ali Larter, 36, in 1999's Varsity Blues, also starring James Van Der Beek, 35, and Jon Voight, 73, has been recreated by Krysten Ritter, 30, Van Der Beek's new costar, alongside Dreama Walker, 26, in ABC's Don't Trust the B— in Apartment 23, and the sexy new ad is getting plenty of attention.
While the analysts and experts are fussing about which esteemed actors will walk away with winged gold statues at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater, first-time host Jimmy Kimmel is anxiously awaiting the world's reaction to the antics he has planned.
They've all gone on to have the relatively impressive careers that many early fans of Dawson's Creek might not have expected back when the WB show debuted on January 20, 1998, and it looks like James Van Der Beek (Dawson Leery), Katie Holmes (Joey Potter), Michelle Williams (Jen Lindley) and Joshua Jackson (Pacey Witter) haven't forgotten where they came from, though they have collectively gone on to star in such projects as the Oscar-nominated Blue Valentine and My Week with Marilyn (Williams), Batman Begins and Thank You for Smoking (Holmes), the popular Fox series, Fringe (Jackson) and the recently renewed ABC Don't Trust The B— In Apt.
If the wishy-washy nature of the neutered title might have led you to believe that here was yet another attempt to by a major network to push boundaries while ultimately lacking the balls to follow through, think again.
Even if Wednesday night's premiere of ABC's new much-hyped Don't Trust the B- In Apartment 23, starring Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad, She's Out of My League) as the "B" and the peppy Dreama Walker (The Good Wife) as her hapless roommate, can be criticized for distinct similarities to other young-professional-female-centric television programming (ahem .
If Dawson's Creek ever gets a new spin-off, Dawson's Crib would make a great title. Former teen heartthrob James Van Der Beek, 35, and wife Kimberly welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday — their second child and first son.
James Van Der Beek, his wife Kimberly Brook and daughter Olivia went for a walk Sunday in Toronto, Canada, where the proud dad is filming scenes for Salem Falls, a made-for-television adaptation of the Jodi Picoult novel about a high school teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with one of his female students.
James Van Der Beek, who may forever be known as Dawson Leery from the 90s teen drama, Dawson's Creek, is leaving his soap operatic youth behind to take on a more meta role. Van Der Beek will play a spoof of himself in the pilot of ABC's upcoming comedy, Don't Trust the B***h in Apt.
James Van Der Beek is one proud papa! The Dawson's Creek actor, whose wife Kimberly gave birth to daughter Olivia on September 25, has been a hands-on dad with everything from diaper duty to picking out a name.
If it wouldn’t be viewed as complete and utter desecration of a minor classic we would say that now would be the time for a Hollywood remake of Castle in the Sky. It has everything a hit of today needs; big spectacles, flashy flying sequences, an over abundance of pyrotechnics, and a teeny tiny amount of human emotion.