Ben Savage announced that he will be reprising his role as Cory Matthews, from the 90s hit "Boy Meets World," in the Disney Channel spin-off "Girl Meets World" the same day his brother announced the birth of his nephew.
In the first clip below from the upcoming DVD extras, Josh Saviano — the actor behind Kevin’s best friend Paul Pfeiffer — interviewed “Wonder Years” leads Savage and Danica Mc Kellar, who played Winnie Cooper, Kevin’s main love interest.
The trio distinguished boundaries between Kevin’s in- and out-of-school girlfriends.
He's obviously very handsome, he's very smart, he's very, very funny. But Ben and I have always been just best friends and like family members."But little did she know Savage was standing nearby and overheard her answer.
She's kind and smart and everyone loves her." Despite Savage's crush admission, it seems like the co-stars never actually dated, with Fishel telling us, "We've always been best friends and what is there not to love about Ben?
Although the new parents did not announce the date of his birth or the fact that they were expecting a child in the first place, they did share a Twitter photo with fans, according to People magazine. Savage, who basked in teen stardom as the "Wonder Years" son, has been behind-the-scenes in Hollywood these days, according to NBC.
He has lent a hand in directing for hit series like "Modern Family," "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," "2 Broke Girls" and "Happy Endings." It hasn't only been a big month for Fred, but also for his brother, Ben. "The 'Boy Meets World' sequel is officially happening!
The hold-up was in song licensing, and anyone who has attempted to watch The Wonder Years on Netflix will understand how important the original songs were the second they hear that lousy theme song done by someone not named Joe Cocker. I was the same age as Fred Savage, so I grew up with Kevin Arnold, and the show obviously meant a great deal to me (this scene still remains one of my all-time favorite television moments).
But there was always one little black mark against the show, and most of that was silly urban legend.
Please have an affair with me.” The accusations against Hervey were a little more salacious, as Hervey purportedly suggested that the costume designer was wild in bed or, if she were having a bad day, Hervey would suggest that “she didn’t get laid” the night before.
The accusation against Lauria was the weirdest of all.
Asked about it five years later, Fred Savage’s only comment was “I was completely exonerated. It was a terrible experience.” Was Fred Savage inappropriate with another woman on the set of The Wonder Years?