Can you imagine what kind of world we'd be living in today if Joey (Katie Holmes) picked Dawson (James Van Der Beek) instead of Pacey (Joshua Jackson)? Well, it almost...
Believe it or not, Joey (Katie Holmes) almost ended up with Dawson (James Van Der Beek) in the "Dawson's Creek" series finale, instead of Pacey (Joshua Jackson). That revelation came out during a writers room reunion for the show atShow More Summary
The penultimate episode of CSI: Cyber season one (of ten billion) opens with Krumitz running into a house. Good! James Van Der Beek has done the bulk of the sprinting on this show, but now it’s Charlie Koontz’s turn.Krumitz runs to a computer, where he does… something? Not sure what.... More »
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The Price is Right is receiving backlash after they offered a treadmill as a prize to a woman in a wheelchair- US Weekly James Van Der Beek says he’s a hacking expert now- TMZ Cody Simpson opens up about spending time with Gigi Hadid on his tour bus- Just Jared Jr New Girl EP answers [...]
"CSI: Cyber" has turned James Van Der Beek into a full-fledged cyber-geek... and he knows exactly how to keep your online info on lockdown. Our photog tested the actor to see if he'd learned any tips…
Quips James Van Der Beek on Twitter: " Not sure which is scarier... that we just felt an #earthquake tremor, or that I immediately went to Twitter for my news about it..." read more
James Van Der Beek was caught with a 'Dawson's Creek' gay porn parody, Kylie Jenner wears 'f--k you' pants, Sofia Vergara calls her fiance 'too handsome,' and more celeb news.
James Van Der Beek really brought out the big guns when he shared a hilariously awkward story on The Late Late Show With James Corden on Wednesday. The actor said that years ago, as a gag gift, someone gave him a Dawson's Creek-inspired gay porn video called Dawson's Crack. Show More Summary
So, this is pretty delightful. On the latest "Late Late Show" episode, host James Corden asks guest James Van Der Beek when he knew that his hugely popular late-'90s/early-'00s show "Dawson's Creek" was a cultural phenomenon. And this...Show More Summary
Wearing a sharp, tailored burgundy suit, star of the new television show CSI: Cyber, James Van Der Beek appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Corden brings up Van Der Beek’s popular teenage drama Dawson’s Creek and asks about when he knew what a hit the show was. Show More Summary
In addition to celebrities canceling gigs in Indiana to protest the state's recent Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Funny or Die also decided to have a little fun with it. Cue James Van Der Beek and Anna Camp as Indiana Home Shopping...Show More Summary
Check out James Van Der Beek poking fun at Indiana’s new controversial religious freedom law in a hilarious video for Funny or Die! The 38-year-old actor is joined by Anna Camp while playing Indiana Home Shopping hosts, who can’t connect to customers that are taking advantage of the Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law protections. PHOTOS: Check [...]
In response to the crazy homophobic law currently being debated in Indiana, ‘Funny or Die’ recruited former “Dawson’s Creek” star James Van Der Beek to star in this funny faux infomercial mocking the ridiculous legislation. Along with...Show More Summary
Actors James Van Der Beek and Anna Camp show exactly what Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act looks like in action. read more
Starring James Van Der Beek and Anna Camp, whom you might know as the deliciously evil Sarah Newlin on True Blood.
"Can you imagine a world in which a gay couple asks you to make them a cake, and then you actually have to sit down and make it?!" Home shopping networks used to be a horrible dystopian nightmare filled with all manner of homosexual customers demanding to be treated like normal human beings with ordinary, non-threatening money. Show More Summary
James Van Der Beek and Anna Camp take on Indiana's Religious Freedom Act in a new Funny or Die video as hosts of Indiana Home Shopping. The stars play two conservative infomercial hosts, and when they get a call from a male customer who mentions his "lover, Patrick," things get awkward. Show More Summary
In Indiana, it is now supposedly illegal for businesses to deny services to people based on their sexual orientation, but as Anna Camp and James Van Der Beek display on their new home shopping show, it's a little tricky to discriminate when you can't see them in person.
The two spoof a HSN-style show and invoke Indiana’s new Religious Freedom law.