These are the five pop-culture things to know this evening.
A few months after the Rock shared a photo doing skin to skin with his newborn daughter, James Van Der Beek shared a similar shot — and the Rock loved it.
Mary-Margaret Humes, who played Gail Leery from 1998 to 2003, took to Instagram to slam Entertainment Weekly after she and co-star John Wesley Shipp weren't invited to the 20th anniversary reunion shoot.
For the first time since the 2003 finale, the cast of one of the most iconic, beloved, and meme-worthy teen dramas ever, "Dawson's Creek," has reunited.
Harvey Weinstein is pushing pause on his life as he reportedly seeks treatment for sex addiction, but the scandal surrounding him continues to blow up.
Hints of potential good news from James Van Der Beek for fans of 1999's 'Varsity Blues' who want to know what his character might be up to in present day
James Van Der Beek says after playing that character, he had to learn "to channel something [into a role] without it sticking to you" off the set.
During a segment called "I Don't Want to Wait," Van Der Beek told Andy Cohen it happened during Season 2. Kind of early, given the show ran for six seasons.
Co-hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby set themselves up for an odd sit-down when they introduced their upcoming guest by rattling off achievements made by Van Der Beek’s former Dawson’s Creek co-stars. “But what happened to the main man himself, Mr. James Van Der Beek?” Schofield asks.