Say it ain't so! Even though Dawson's Creek wrapped up its massively popular run nearly twenty years ago, fans haven't stopped pressing its creators and stars for a return.
Unfortunately for them, its leading lady, Katie Holmes, has not only put any rumors of a reunion to rest, but she also insisted that she would not do a reboot.
The actress played the charming Joey Potter for the six seasons it aired, from 1998 to 2003, and though she maintains she loves the character and having played it, she told Screen Rant she wouldn't want to play it again.
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Explaining the reasons behind her choice, she said: "I feel like that show captured that time period and that time in all of our lives," and confessed she isn't sure fans would find it interesting to see the characters beyond that specific moment in time they portrayed.
"It's like, do we want to see them not at that age? I don't know. I don't think [so]," she expressed.
She even confessed that some sort of continuation had been discussed in the past, however, it wasn't just her opposed to it, but the majority of the cast as well.
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Katie was a lead alongside main character James Van Der Beek, who played Dawson Leery, as well as Joshua Jackson, who played Pacey Witter. Michelle Williams was also in the series, and her character was named Jen Lindley.
"We've definitely talked about it over the years," she admitted, but in the end, she maintained: "We all decided we don't actually," referring to whether the cast would want to see their characters at any moment beyond the one they portrayed.
Katie most recently both starred in and directed Alone Together
Despite her decision, Katie insisted that she has nothing but love for both the show and the fans that have loved and supported it even after so many years.
She said: "I'm so grateful for that experience," while adding that she appreciated the nostalgia for the iconic show.
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