Michelle Williams and James Van Der Beek treat fans to a Dawson's Creek reunion

Michelle Williams and James Van Der Beek treat fans to a Dawson's Creek reunion

Though their turn on Dawson's Creek ended more than a decade ago, former co-stars Michelle Williams and James Van Der Beek still delighted fans as they enjoyed a mini reunion in Los Angeles. The actors crossed paths at a Los Angeles holiday party hosted byJeff Bezos and Matt Damon.

Michelle, 36, starred as Jen Lindley, while James, 39, played titular character Dawson Leery in the beloved coming-of-age American drama from 1998-2003. The stars appeared to be in great spirits as they posed together for various pictures at the star-studded affair.

TAP TO VIEW GALLERYJames Van Der Beek and Michelle Williams enjoyed a mini reunion at a party in LA on Saturday

Earlier this year, the actress — who looked divine in a chic monochrome number — talked about the possibility of a Dawson's Creek reboot. "It's a fun thing to sort of imagine," she told Today. "I like imagining it. I would have to come back as a ghost, or put a lot of filters on the camera and I'll do flashback scenes."

Meanwhile, Michelle recently opened up about the struggles of raising daughter Matilda without Heath Ledger. In an emotional interview with Porter magazine, the 36-year-old — who has been busy promoting new movie Manchester by the Sea — revealed being a single mother to her child has been very testing.

The American actors appeared in the beloved coming-of-age drama from 1998–2003

"In all honesty, for pretty much everything else, I feel like I'm a believer in not fighting circumstances, accepting where you are and where you’ve been," she explained. "In pretty much all senses but one. I would be able to go totally down that line of thinking were it not for Matilda not having her dad. You know that's just something that doesn't... I mean, it just won't ever be right."

Heath, who was in a relationship with Michelle for three years, passed away after an accidental overdose in 2008. A few months later, the late actor received numerous posthumous accolades, including Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars for his incredible performance as The Joker in The Dark Knight.

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