Just in time for Capeside High's 10-year reunion, Michelle Williams says she's "totally" into the idea of filming a follow-up with the rest of the Dawson's Creek crew.
Williams, 31, spoke to NYMag's Vulture at Sunday's NYC premiere of her new film Take This Waltz. Upon hearing her former costar James Van Der Beek is interested in making a new installment of the hit WB show, she laughed, "He has my email! He has my home phone and my cell phone, so we talk."
Added Williams, "[James] could totally ask! I've always said, I'm totally up for reunion tours, reunion shows, so we can do that." (The teen drama ran from 1998-2003, and helped launch its young cast--including Van Der Beek, Williams, Katie Holmes, and Joshua Jackson--to stardom.)
The three-time Oscar nominee--and Jason Segel's new love--says she's also been hoping to land a guest gig on BFF Busy Philipps' ABC show, Cougar Town.
"We've always talked about [me] wanting to go be on that show, too," Williams--who currently resides in Brooklyn with her daughter Matilda, 6--revealed. "It's just timing, because of L.A. and New York, and it hasn't happened!"
Jen and Dawson are in--but what about Dawson's on-again, off-again love Joey Potter? Last fall, Holmes told Good Morning America she'd jump at the chance to work with her former costars, calling them "a great group of people."
"It would be fun," Holmes told host Robin Roberts. "I had so much fun working on that show and I loved everyone so much and I think about it with such fond memories."