The science fiction horror drama created by Chris Carter revealed that "The X-Files" Season 11 will be back in production in Vancouver next spring. The TV series will finally return after a lot of speculations following its recently revived six episodes earlier this year.
"I imagine we would be up there shooting in the spring of 2017," Chris Carter told The Globe and Mail. The 58-year-old producer revealed that fans could expect longer chapters as he is planning to do "a small expansion" on "The X-Files" Season 11's number of episodes. He also confirmed that the "talks are well advanced" for the major roles of the series, FBI agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson).
"They are constructive negotiations so I can't imagine ['The X-Files'] wouldn't come back," Chris Carter added. Also, the known director's spokesperson revealed that they are in discussion with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson to reprise their roles in the coming "The X-Files" Season 11. It was recently reported that the 56-year-old actor's "Aquarius" was already canceled, while the 48-year-old actress' "The Fall" Season 3 with Jamie Dornan was about to come to an end.
Will Mitch Pileggi Return To 'The X-Files' Season 11?
Meanwhile, Mitch Pileggi, who plays the role Walter Skinner, talked about his role in the past "The X-Files" Revival in an interview with The Iris at Oz Comic Con 2016. The 64-year-old star is best known for his character as the assistant director and boss of Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. Will he be once again seen in the coming "The X-Files" Season 11?
Mitch Pileggi described that it was a great feeling coming back in "The X-Files" after 20 years. He explained that filming for the show again for its explosive return felt right and natural. He also said that getting back to his character is naturally effortless as it is already part of his soul. Fox has yet to announce the release date of the coming "The X-Files" Season 11.
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