(CBS News) It's been almost a decade since "Dawson's Creek" went off the air, but one of the stars says she's open to another run with the Capside crew.
Michelle Williams, who played Jen Lindley on the WB series, revealed Tuesday that she's "totally up" for a "Dawson's Creek" reunion.
The actress, 31, spoke to New York magazine's Vulture blog at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of her film "Take This Waltz." When told that her former "Dawson's" co-star James Van Der Beek was willing to do a reunion, she laughed, "He has my e-mail! He has my home phone and my cell phone, so we talk."
She added, "He could totally ask! I've always said, I'm totally up for reunion tours, reunion shows, so we can do that."
So if Williams (Jen) and Van Der Beek (Dawson) are down, that leaves Katie Holmes (Joey) and Joshua Jackson (Pacey). According to Us Weekly, Holmes has previously said she'd be happy to do a reunion, telling "Good Morning America" last fall, "It would be fun. I had so much fun working on that show and I loved everyone so much and I think about it with such fond memories."
There's also no word on when or where the cast would reunite, if it happens, but one possibility could be Van Der Beek's new sitcom, "Don't Trust the B-- in Apartment 23," where he plays a fictional version of himself. Or, perhaps the Capeside High foursome could appear on Jackson's sci-fi series, "Fringe."
Williams also expressed interest in another guest-starring gig, on her pal Busy Phillips' show, "Cougar Town."
"I've always wanted, my best friend [Busy Philipps] is on 'Cougar Town,' and we've always talked about wanting to go be on that show, too," she said. "It's just timing, because of L.A. and New York, and it hasn't happened."
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