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INT: Gillian Anderson

I'd just spent a few hours listening Gillian Anderson film a scene on THE X-FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE. Sadly all I could hear were loud footsteps and a slammed door (which Anderson would later say was just an accident). I thought for sure I could get her to spill the beans. While slightly more forthcoming than her counterparts, Anderson stopped short of telling me exactly what she was doing back there. (Lucky for you, I later was able to sneak a peek at that very scene - more on that to come at a later day...) Anderson looked as beautiful as ever, years after she was one of the most a ... [Continua a leggere]


'X-Files' star returns to his roots as Agent Fox Mulder, but doesn't buy into 'truth is out there' mythology

So what if it's been a decade since "The X-Files: Fight the Future" graced the silver screen and six years since the hit paranormal investigation series went off the air? All that time, X-Philes have been fidgeting with excitement over the day when they'd finally see iconic FBI agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) back in action. Now, the truth is out there. The wait is almost over. "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" is scheduled to land on July 25, and it's destined to make a believer out of you. Fresh off the movie's four-month shoot in and around Vancouver, Du ... [Continua a leggere]

Exclusive: Chris Carter Talks 'X-Files: I Want to Believe'!!!

X-Files creator Chris Carter's pretty tight-lipped when it comes to revealing details about the upcoming second feature film based on his late beloved series, even refusing to comment much on the details we recently reported on. But Carter and the film's co-writer (and regular series scripter) Frank Spotnitz did hint at the tone and themes that their highly anticipated X-Files: I Want to Believe, due out in July, would contain--when they sat down to chat with us on Friday, Day 1 of the 2008 New York Comic Con... When you look at everything that's going on at this convention--sci-fi, fantasy, h ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files Lives on in New Comic Books

During Friday night's The-X Files: I Want to Believe panel at NYC Comic Con with the film's executive producer and co-writer Frank Spotnitz and director-executive producer Chris Carter, Spotnitz let a big cat out of the bag. He said that DC and Wildstorm Comics would be announcing a brand new X Files comic book series tomorrow during one of the many panels. The moderator said jokingly, "I think you just announced it," to which Carter added, "Don't tell anyone." Cut to — a million X-Files fans texting and emailing the scoop simultaneously. The X-Filesmania that was so rampant in the '90s ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter Jumps the Gun on New X-Files Comic

It just kind of slipped out. While series creator Chris Carter was answering a question last night about other incarnations the franchise might take, he "spoiled" an official announcement (supposedly due today) that DC/Wildstorm is launching a new title in conjunction with the release of I Want to Believe. What else did Carter and collaborator Frank Spotnitz say about the new film and the future of The X-Files in general? Well, keep reading for some of the best nuggets and one-liners the duo delivered to their chomping-at-the-bit fans.By the way, that last part is no exaggeration. The way that ... [Continua a leggere]

NYCC: ‘X-Files: I Want To Believe’ Panel

Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz participated in an audience Q&A session for X-Files: I Want To Believe at the New York Comic Con on Friday night. As has been the case throughout the promotion for the upcoming X-Files film sequel, which sees the return of as FBI Agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson), major plot details were kept under wraps. Also, no new footage was shown (only the previously released theatrical trailer). But Carter (producer, director, co-writer, and series creator) and Spotnitz (co-writer, producer) did offer up a few tidbits. Here are som ... [Continua a leggere]

'X-Files' Creator Chris Carter Discusses Film Title, Responds To Plot Rumors

It was called "The Untitled X-Files Sequel." Then it was simply "The X-Files 2." And finally just a few days ago, the heavily-anticipated return of one of sci-fi's biggest franchises received its final title..."The X-Files: I Want To Believe," taken from the now-famous motto emblazoned across the famous poster in Agent Fox Mulder's office. But anyone thinking the name doesn't have a deeper meaning is as misguided as the Cigarette Smoking Man. "The title makes sense because [the poster] was really emblematic of Mulder's faith, and the struggle for his faith," stated series creato ... [Continua a leggere]

NYCC 08: X-Files Facts On Friday

Carter and Spotnitz field fan questions, leave the truth out there.

On April 17, 2008, writer-director Chris Carter and producer Frank Spotnitz appeared at the New York Comic Con to divulge a few details about the upcoming sequel X-Files: I Want to Believe. "It takes place in the present day so it's six years after the series ended," Spotnitz said in front of a packed crowd at Comic Con's IGN Theatre. "It's not an alien mythology story. It's a standalone, scary story focusing very much on Mulder and Scully – on who they are, where they are in their lives, and I'd say it's personal in a way that the series rarely could be because we were doing episodes of ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files Secrets Hinted On Set

Now that the title of The X-Files: I Want to Believe has been released, it can be revealed that SCI FI Wire and a group of journalists visited the movie's set in Vancouver, Canada, in February and saw that the source of that title will appear in a key scene: When Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) reunites with her former FBI partner, Fox Mulder (David Duchovny). Mulder has been living in a house in the woods outside Washington, D.C., since 2002, the year the Fox TV series ended. Six years will have elapsed since the end of the show and the film sequel, set to open in July. Mulder "was a fugitive ... [Continua a leggere]

INT: Frank Spotnitz

After my snooping around Mulder's house failed to turn up the secret of X-FILES 2, I figured I'd go right to the source. Not Duchovny - he was too slippery. And Gillian Anderson was proving to be a tough target as well. In the back by the monitors though was a guy with a headset pulled over his shaggy hair. He had an intense look on his face. It was Frank Spotnitz, co-writer and producer of THE X-FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE. He wrote the script for chrissake, he's gotta know something. With that I clicked on my tape record and let the questions fly... How psyched are you to be back? FS: ... [Continua a leggere]

The title is out there for upcoming X-Files film

The cloak and dagger operation over the title of the next X-Files movie is over. After months of refusing to reveal the name of the film, shot this spring in Vancouver, creator Chris Carter revealed Tuesday it will be called The X-Files: I Want to Believe. "I Want to Believe" is a slogan on a poster in the basement office of Fox Mulder, one of the two lead characters in the original TV series, which was cancelled six years ago. Original cast members David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are reprising their roles as FBI agents chasing the supernatural in the movie, th ... [Continua a leggere]

'X-Files' movie title is out there: 'I Want to Believe'

The truth is finally out there about the new "X-Files" movie title.

The second big-screen spinoff of the paranormal TV adventure will be called "The X-Files: I Want to Believe," Chris Carter, the series' creator and the movie's director and co-writer, told The Associated Press.Distributor 20th Century Fox signed off on the title Wednesday.The title is a familiar phrase for fans of the series that starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as FBI agents chasing after aliens and supernatural happenings. "I Want to Believe" was the slogan on a poster Duchovny's UFO-obsessed agent Fox Mulder had hanging in the cluttered basement office where he and Anderson's Dan ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files Marks the Spotnitz

The series producer discusses the upcoming sequel.

As a producer on eight of its nine seasons, Frank Spotnitz knows the truth about The X-Files even if he insists it's still out there for the rest of us. But if the upcoming movie sequel is any indication, the truth may be getting a little bit closer, even if we won't approach it until the opening day. Spotnitz spoke to IGN and a small group of online and international journalists, and offered a few insights into the forthcoming film. While he didn't divulge any actual details about the plot, or even much about the movie itself, Spotnitz spent several minutes reflecting on the legacy of ... [Continua a leggere]

Anderson Answers X-Files Queries

Anderson talks from the set of X-Files 2.

As far as sci-fi heroines go, there aren't many more famous than Dana Scully. The longtime skeptic provided the perfect fulcrum for Fox Mulder's diehard believer, and formed the other half of one of TV's most famous and successful partnerships. Now, some 15 years after she was first created, Scully is back and -- thankfully -- with Gillian Anderson in tow. Along with a small group of online and international journalists, IGN visited the set of the upcoming X-Files sequel and spoke to key members of the cast and crew, including Anderson. In addition to discussing her overdue return to th ... [Continua a leggere]

On Set Interview: Frank Spotnitz on The X-Files!

Earlier this year, the IESB visited the set of the Untitled X-Files Sequel in Vancouver. Along with a group of journalists, we toured the set, talked with director Chris Carter, stars David Duchovony and Gillian Anderson and we also had the great opportunity to talk with Frank Spotnitz, producer, writer and brain (along with Carter) behind the X-Files.

Spotnitz gave our entire group a tour around the set, being very coy about certain details and questions. Along the way, we were able to ask about coming back to this franchise, reviving the characters and more! Read the walk-and-talk below! Q: How psyched are you to be back? FS: I have to say I really didn't think it was going to happen, after all of these years…negotiations…working on the story. I really sort of thought this wasn't going to happen. And it's been a dream. It's been fantastic. Working on the script was a joy. Being with David [Duchovny] and Gillian [ ... [Continua a leggere]



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