Another alumni of the original Disney series is about to be reunited with Corey and Topanga.
‘Boy Meets World’ fans are in for another treat on ‘Girl Meets World,’ as Matthew Lawrence is set to reprise his role as Jack Hunter in an upcoming episode.
‘Girl Meets Word’ follows Corey and Topanga’s daughter.
The last time fans saw Jack it was 15 years ago and he had left to join the Peace Corps. But it’s time to find out what he’s been up to all these years, and more importently if his six percent body fat is still in tact.
The couple met whilst Fishel was studying at California State University as a mature student
Danielle Fishel has met her own boy and introduced him to the world as her husband this weekend after tying the knot in an intimate Californian ceremony. 32-year-old Fishel wedded her boyfriend of 5 years, 25-year-old Tim Belusko, in front of a small gathering of friends and family on Saturday, 19 October, Us Weekly reported.
Fishel's marriage to Tim was her first
Fishel began attending California State University aged 27 and according to her Tumblr blog it was here, whilst she was working as a maths tutor, that she met Belusko. The two became engaged in May 2012, the same year she graduate from college. Both events were chronicled in her Tumblr page.
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'Boy Meets World' actor Rider Strong, who played bad boy 'Shawn Hunter' tied the knot in Oregon on Sunday (Oct 20th).
Yet another 'Boy Meets World' star hears wedding bells this weekend.
The 33 year-old, who portrayed Corey's bad boy best friend 'Shawn Hunter', recently told the magazine, "I'm incredibly lucky to be getting married to my best friend and partner-in-crime."
Everyone's favourite coming-of-age sitcom from the nineties 'Boy Meets Girl' is set to make huge comeback this year. sort of. Ben Savage will hit our screens once again as Cory Matthews along with Rider Strong as best friend Shawn Hunter and Danielle Fishel as grade-school-girlfriend-turned-wife Topanga. However, this time it's not really about them; Cory and Topanga now have a daughter, Riley, who has her own growing up to do and we'll get to see if she turns out like her father in season one of 'Girl Meets World'.
Boy Meets World fans were dancing in the street this week with news that the classic 90's television series was returning in the form of a spin-off titled Girl Meets World' What's more, original stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel have officially signed on for the project!
The Disney Channel seem pretty serious about the new show, which would see Ben and Danielle once again playing Cory and Topanga, however, this time things are a little different. The couple are parents to 13-year-old daughter Riley, the new protagonist of the show. Fischel confirmed her involvement in a lengthy blog post on her Tumblr page, writing, "First of all, let me say that you, the fans of Boy Meets World, have been awesome. That word is often used incorrectly by people, including myself, on a daily basis but you have truly been awe inspiring. You, yes, even YOU, are the reason that Girl Meets World WILL BE MADE. J" Though Disney appear to want to keep the authenticity of the original series, they are yet to offer Rider Strong - who played Cory's friend Shawn - a role in the pilot. He revealed on his website, "At this point, I have no official involvement," though graciously added, "I am extremely happy for Ben and Danielle to be able to continue the story.Girl Meets World will be, and I think it should be, it's [sic] own show. It will be about Cory and Topanga, their daughter, and a new set of characters. It's the next generation. And I, for one, can't wait to see it evolve."
What do you think, should Shawn return for the new series?
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Cabin Fever doesn't just look like -- or mock -- those late '70s/early '80s horror thrillers; it actually is one. Roth takes his source material and deftly adds layers, with the result being something eerily familiar and yet altogether original.
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