Will it be yes, or will it be sorry? For "Dawson's Creek" fans, the answer might be "sorry!"
The successful revival of "The Gilmore Girls" renewed hope among "Dawson's Creek" fans for a similar reunion bringing together James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Michelle Williams, and Joshua Jackson. But Jackson, now starring on "The Affair," deflated that hope during an interview with Ellen DeGeneres.
At first, Jackson simply used the excuse that the series finale killed off Williams' Jen Lindley. When DeGeneres joked that they could introduce Jen's evil twin, Jackson laughed. "That's actually a great idea."
Yeah, he was kidding, because the actor added, "The other thing is, it's been a very long time, and I think, for anybody who was a fan of 'Dawson's,' to actually see the four of us on camera again might be a little bit shocking and kinda heartbreaking. We're not cute kids anymore. I mean, we're holding up OK, but I think if you put the four of us now next to the four of us then, it might be a little shocking."
Like DeGeneres, we disagree Come on, we don't want to wait for our lives to be over for a reunion!
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