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Anderson 'tired' filming X-Files

Actress Gillian Anderson says filming her parts as Agent Dana Scully in the new X-Files film left her exhausted.

Filming for X-Files: I Want to Believe finished in Canada in March but the star, 39, says she struggled this time physically. She said: "It was hard work. I'm too old for this. It was a slog. David [Duchovny], who's in the best shape of his life because he had to bonk people every two minutes for Californication, did most of the work." She added: "He's climbing and jumping off cliffs. I didn't do any of that and I was more exhausted by the end of it than he was. I'm a wimp." Second film The X-Files ran between 1993 and 2002 on TV, with the first feature film, Fight The Future, released ... [Continua a leggere]

ET's Top-Secret 'X-Files' Movie Set Visit

The truth is out there: It's been six years since "The X-Files" disappeared from primetime TV, and almost ten years since 'The X-Files: Fight the Future' burned up the big screen.

Now, the highly anticipated follow-up film, 'The X-Files: I Want To Believe,' is primed to hit theaters on July 25, and only ET's KEVIN FRAZIER is behind the scenes with reunited stars DAVID DUCHOVNY and GILLIAN ANDERSON, back as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully! "We hadn't seen each other for a while; it was like a reunion," David tells Kevin of re-connecting with Gillian, mentioning that they kept in touch via e-mail over the years. "It's really nice to act with her again, because not only do I, David, enjoy acting with her, but when Mulder and Scully come alive [again onscreen] -- ... [Continua a leggere]

X marks spot again

Inside an old ice-skating rink at the Pacific National Exhibition Centre in Vancouver, Canada, several rooms have a familiar feel.There's a fish tank in which a diver figurine has gone to the bottom. A wall is covered with newspaper clippings about the paranormal. There are sunflower seeds in a bowl, a basketball and a number of pencils protruding from the false ceiling.But the give-away is the poster of a spacecraft hovering over an out-of-focus rural landscape. Underneath are the words: "I want to believe."This is where Fox Mulder lives, six years after he and partner Dana Scully were declar ... [Continua a leggere]


Per festeggiare il 15° anniversario di X FILES, la prima serie tv dal successo planetario, nata nel 1993 dal geniale estro di Chris Carter, e in attesa dell’uscita al cinema del secondo attesissimo lungometraggio X-FILES 2: io ci credo (22 Agosto), 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment dedica un doppio appuntamento a tutti i fan! Un Doppio DVD, X FILES ESSENTIALS, disponibile dal 23 Luglio, che contiene 8 episodi cruciali delle 9 stagioni della serie più cult della storia della tv, selezionati e commentati dall’autore stesso Chris Carter.EPISODI CONTENUTI IN X FILES ESSE ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files in the City

Chris Carter reopens Files in Vancouver

Look for some big-screen déjà vu by mid-summer, as Scully and Mulder go poking their flashlights into B.C.'s dark corners for The X-Files: I Want to Believe.It'll be old home week for the paranormal TV series that filmed here from 1993 to 1998. The last several seasons and a first feature film were shot in Los Angeles, but for this sequel, creator Chris Carter brought stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson back to Vancouver.The biggest X-Files mystery was where Carter had disappeared to after the series wrapped in 2002. He went from being TV's busiest guy -- he ran three other ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny, Mr. X-Files, says, 'God, what a great love affair'

The actor is paired up and on the hunt again for aliens and freaky folk. But first (and unlike Mulder), he declares his feelings for his FBI partner.

THE CAST and crew of the upcoming "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" were just a few weeks into filming in Vancouver when Frank Spotnitz, the co-writer and co-producer with creator-director Chris Carter, called star David Duchovny over to a laptop computer to watch a fan-made video on YouTube. It was a montage of scenes from the old "X-Files" show set to Sarah McLachlan's forlorn "When She Loved Me." "It was intensely romantic and it almost brought tears to my eyes," Duchovny recalled. "It really did. And it reminded me that we have at the core of 'The X-Files' this very powerful relationship. W ... [Continua a leggere]

Faith at the center of new 'X-Files'

No, Chris Carter will not tell you what happens in the new "X-Files" movie. "I think people are going to like it better if they're surprised," said the director/co-writer of the new film (opening July 25) based on his acclaimed science-fiction series. Only recently did Carter release the movie's title: "The X-Files: I Want to Believe." The title is a reference to a poster hanging on the office wall of FBI agent Fox Mulder (David Duchovny), but there's more to it than that. "It's really emblematic of Mulder's struggle of what is his faith, his belief in the paranormal," Carter said from his L.A ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files movie shrouded in secrecy

Billy Connolly says working on the new X-Files movie has been like "being followed by the CIA".

Billy Connolly says working on the new X-Files movie has been like "being followed by the CIA". Speaking at the Bafta/LA British Comedy Awards in Beverly Hills, the comedian revealed the security for preventing plotline leaks has been extreme. "I can't tell you anything about [the film] or I'd have to kill you. I'm not allowed to tell anyone, my family even," he joked. But he added: "My wife knows because I told her, she made me but she's sworn not to tell anybody." Apparently, after a day of shooting, actors haven't even been allowed to keep their lines. "When you get the little scrip ... [Continua a leggere]

The X Factor


When the X-Files Premiered on TV in 1993, the purpose of Gillian Anderson's role as FBI scientist Dana Scully was to provide a rational counterpoint to partner Fox Mulder's (David Duchovny) obsession with assorted creepy-crawlies. As the series became a huge hit, Anderson became a bona fide sex symbol. Lucky for us, she has five movies in the pipeline, including July's super-mysterious sequel to the first X-Files movie. Despite our prodding, she has sworn not to divulge any of the film's secrets. Fortunately, that doesn't mean she can't be revealing in other ways.----------------------------WH ... [Continua a leggere]

Sneak peek: Do Mulder and Scully finally get together in X-Files movie?

FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are finally reunited on the big screen after six years apart. The X-Files: I Want To Believe brings back actors David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, following on from the last TV episode in 2002. After years of teasing viewers with Mulder and Scully's will-they-won't-they romance, producers have released sneak peak pictures of the upcoming movie, hinting the couple may be getting close again.Duchovny has further confused X-Files fans by suggesting the intimate photo of the characters about to kiss was taken "as a joke". When asked if the agents fin ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter Talks 'X-Files' (No Spoilers Allowed)

The franchise's creator and director of the upcoming movie ''I Want to Believe'' reveals the extreme measures he'll employ to keep plot details secure, what he might do with a third movie, and how he responds when people ask him what he does for a living

The writer from EW wants to believe that he can get X-Files creator Chris Carter to spill the beans about The X-Files: I Want To Believe, which arrives in theatres on July 25. But Carter proves to be just as tight-lipped on plot details now as he will be a couple of hours later when he is grilled by fans at New York Comic Con. Carter — who directed the X-Files movie sequel — is, however, happy to chat about everything else X-Files-related, from the possibility of a third big-screen Mulder and Scully adventure to how leaking spoilers could have the real FBI knocking on your door.ENT ... [Continua a leggere]

Mulder and Scully are reunited in the new X-Files movie

Duchovny: I Felt Queasy Hooking Up With Co-Star Gillian After We Spent Six Years Apart

IT'S one of the most eagerly anticipated movies of the year ...but The X-Files co-stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson didn't seem that keen to get back together on screen. David admits they had hardly seen each other since the TV show ended six years ago and that he was "queasy" at the thought of returning to his most famous role. But once the 46-year-old was reunited with Gillian on the set of the new film, The X-Files: I Want To Believe, it was all sweetness and light. "It's almost like going back to a relationship you thought was over, so it's a little queasy at first," said Dav ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter

Chris Carter spent the '80s working as a writer and editor for Surfing magazine and developing TV shows for Disney before creating the TV series that made his name. Debuting in the fall of 1993 on Fox, The X-Files became one of the defining television series of the '90s. Starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, two FBI agents charged with investigating strange cases, The X-Files mixed hard science and fringe beliefs into stories that were alternately comedic, terrifying, and philosophical. Playing Scully's skepticism against Mulder's credulity, it used pre-mi ... [Continua a leggere]

INT: David Duchovny

David Duchovny is not an easy interview. That's not to say he's a difficult or quiet actor in a Tommy Lee Jones kind of way. But he is one of the smartest people I've ever interviewed. Never flaunting his intelligence, you could just tell listening to his responses. And as a journalist, that keeps you on your toes. I expected him to be more uncomfortable talking about his return to THE X-FILES after all these years but he was very zen about his return and the difficulties he had during the last years of the series. As far as secrets? Well you'll have to read on... Does it feel like old ... [Continua a leggere]

'X-Files': Reason to 'Believe'?

Seven years after David Duchovny left the TV series and 10 since the first ''X-Files'' movie, odd couple Mulder and Scully resume their search for the truth

David Duchovny is sitting on the porch of a farmhouse about an hour north of Vancouver, squinting into the wintry afternoon sun. It's late in the process of shooting The X-Files: I Want to Believe, and he's pondering the choice Agent Mulder had to make in the series finale: perfect happiness or the truth? ''I don't think of Mulder as a happy guy,'' Duchovny says. ''He's like a quest hero. That's why I like him so much. He just doesn't give up.'' Costar Gillian Anderson passes by on her way to the set. ''It's all lies!'' she yells out with a grin.Hey, it might be — after all, ''deceive, i ... [Continua a leggere]



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