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X-Files writer on Monday night's huge spoiler

'I just felt that was worth exploring on a show like this,' Morgan tells EW

Warning: This story contains spoilers from Monday’s episode of The X-Files. Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) has lost another family member. “Home Again,” the fourth installment in The X-Files’ six-episode event series, saw Scully and Mulder (David Duchovny) saying goodbye to Scully’s mother, Maggie (Sheila Larkin), who succumbed to a heart attack. EW talked to writer-director Glen Morgan about why this was Maggie’s time, the message she needed to send to Mulder, and which trilogy of episodes “Home Again” completes. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Fr ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny: ‘I can't play Mulder the way I did. That would be obscene’

As The X-Files returns, David Duchovny talks about feeling vulnerable, those Gillian Anderson rumours – and why he and his co-star should be paid the same

A small crowd has gathered in front of the Fox theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. Carrying rolled-up copies of Variety magazine and holding up mobile phone cameras, they press their flesh as close to the metal barricade as possible. They are here to see David Duchovny, most famous for the newly resurrected science-fiction drama The X-Files, whose star is being unveiled on the Walk of Fame today. Duchovny’s closest confidantes are here, too – X-Files creator Chris Carter, Californication co-star Pamela Adlon, his manager Melanie Green, his brother – but they’re outnumbered ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files Star Gillian Anderson's Favorite Thing About Scully Is...

Gillian Anderson has spent a lot of time with The X-Files' Special Agent Dana Scully. We're talking 23 years, 200+ episodes, two feature films, and now a six-episode event series. But there were seven years between the last film and the revival miniseries, so you can understand why Anderson forgot what she really loved about the redhead skeptic. "What I've come to appreciate of her, in light of a lot of the other tough female characters I've played—and I forgot this about her until coming back to it—is there's a lightness and a playfulness and a girlishness that I don't really hav ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files: "Mulder and Scully Meet The Were-Monster" (February 1, 2016)

Typically, The X-Files concerns two dueling viewpoints or philosophies. We can understand the world through Romantic principles (belief and faith); and these ideas are usually expressed in the series by Mulder. Or we can experience and comprehend our reality via the tenets of the Enlightenment: science and reason.  Most often, Scully is our voice for this world-view. Sometimes -- such as those occasions when Christianity is involved -- these roles and viewpoints are reversed. But there is a third philosophy that viewers encounter in The X-Files, particularly in the catalog of writer ... [Continua a leggere]

X Files, la serie dei record. Miglior esordio su Fox per una serie USA su Sky negli ultimi 4 anni

Fox Italia con X-Files conferma la sua capacità di proporre serie da record. Con oltre 1 milione di spettatori medi nella settimana in cui sono andati in onda i primi due episodi su Fox, X-Files vanta il miglior esordio per una serie USA sulla piattaforma Sky negli ultimi 4 anni. Ottimi anche gli ascolti del terzo episodio della nuova stagione andato in onda dalle 21 e dalle 22.50 circa su Fox HD/+1 e su Sky On Demand (canale 106 e 112 di Sky) ha ottenuto un ascolto medio complessivo – secondo Auditel(1) – di 375.909 spettatori*, che hanno fatto del canale il secondo pi&ugr ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files Loves Kim Manners (And So Do We)

This week's episode of The X-Files paid tribute to the man who made the franchise what it is today. Did you catch it?

That graveyard scene near the end of “Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster” has become one of the most classic moments in X-Files history overnight - literally. Not only was it a heartwarmingly thought-provoking deconstruction of the bizarre purposelessness of human life in the digital age, but it was also freakin’ hilarious to boot. Cheeky social commentary aside, it’s also a moving tribute to the man who put the The X-Files on the map: legendary TV director Kim Manners, whose name appears in bold on the headstone Mulder stands (and drinks) in front of. Manners dir ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files: battuto il record d'ascolti in tutto il mondo

La miniserie-evento che ha riportato in TV Mulder e Scully ha battuto ogni precedente record d'ascolto, collezionando (finora) oltre 50 milioni di spettatori.

Siamo tanti. Siamo ovunque. Siamo... Là fuori! Noi appassionati di X-Files, nonostante gli anni passati, siamo ancora fedeli ai nostri eroi. Mulder e Scully, tornati in TV con la miniserie-evento in 6 episodi, in anteprima assoluta su FOX ogni martedì alle 21.00, hanno battuto ogni record. I primi episodi, trasmessi la settimana scorsa, hanno collezionato oltre 50 milioni di telespettatori in tutto il mondo. Trasmessi in 80 Paesi, i nuovi episodi continuano ad aumentare i loro spettatori: se i dati relativi agli ascolti Usa includevano già le repliche, i dati prove ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files: Recensione episodio 3 La lucertola mannara

Un nuovo, fenomenale ed esilarante episodio di X-Files ci riporta indietro nel tempo: nulla è cambiato. X-Files resta un fenomeno di culto. Una serie da non perdere.

Ricetta (seguire scrupolosamente le dosi): prendete Darin Morgan, che sarà invecchiato ma non ha perso il suo celebre smalto. Neanche un po', l'ha perso: l'uomo mannaro ancora mancava. Ce l'ha regalato lui. Mescolate con capi di vestiario che sembrano usciti da Kolchak: The Night Stalker (la serie che ispirò Chris Carter per la creazione di X-Files), mettete in mano a Mulder uno smartphone (per farglielo brandire come un'arma mentre prende a "fotate" il mostro) e un paio di matite. Aggiungete uno psichiatra-macchietta che, al contrario di qualsiasi altro collega mai visto in TV ... [Continua a leggere]

How The X-Files Paid Tribute to Those It Lost in "Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster"

When The X-Files returned to Fox, it brought more than just Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) back with it. Eagle-eyed fans can tell you this. In "Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster," not only did the show bring back stoner characters played by Tyler Labine and Nicole Parker, but it also cast Alex Diakun in a new role, featured Mulder in red briefs (never forget) and had callbacks to Scully being immortal, her dog and the 1970s series Kolchak: The Night Stalker. And that's not all. Two familiar names were featured on tombstones in the graveyard: Kim Manners and Jack H ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files Breaks Worldwide Ratings Records!

FOX PREMIERE OF THE X-FILES BREAKS WORLDWIDE RATINGS RECORDS WITH MORE THAN 50 MILLION VIEWERS IN FIRST THREE DAYS With Global Day & Date Roll-Out on Fox in the U.S. and Fox Channels in 80 Countries, Two-Night Special Event Becomes One of the Most Successful Series Premieres on Television All-New Episode Airs Tonight on FOX at 8:00pm ET/PT The latest mind-bending chapter of THE X-FILES captured the attention of tens of millions of viewers around the world with its record-setting, two-night return to FOX last week. Premiering within 24 hours on FOX in the U.S. and 80 countries internati ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files Episode 3: A Monster With an Unexpected Twist (Plus, a Ton of Fun Easter Eggs for Superfans)

Spoiler alert! Do not read further if you haven't watched the latest The X-Files episode, "Mulder & Scully Meet the Were-monster."

The X-Files embraced a new twist when it came to the were-monster Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) were attempting to track down: he was not a human who transformed into a lizard-esque creature; rather, his natural form was lizard-esque, and he was unwillingly turned into a human named Guy Mann (Rhys Darby). The plight led to a sharp exploration of humanity, as Guy found himself compelled to get a job (that he despised), fantasize about sex (with Scully) and discover that the true joy of humanity is spending time with non-humans (like his new dog). For Darby, landing on t ... [Continua a leggere]

The heat remains between X Files stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny

IF there’s a recipe for reviving characters last seen on the small screen 13 years ago, it’s one that needs bucket loads of chemistry. Enter Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. When they revive cult classic roles of Scully and Mulder this week in The X-Files it will be an attempt to reboot a partnership that captivated a generation. Anderson says the chemistry she and Duchovny have is “beyond” them. “David and I have that chemistry whether we are just talking to each other, having that — just in ourselves, not even in these characters it exists, and it i ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson: 'I’d forgotten Scully had aged'

Gillian Anderson is “much closer” to her X-Files co-star David Duchovny since the pair reprized their FBI roles for a reboot series.

Actress Gillian Anderson took some time to adjust to how her X-Files character Dana Scully had aged when she reprised the role. The 47-year-old star played the FBI agent from 1993 to 2002, and is now portraying the character again for a rebooted six-part series. While Gillian was pleased to see Dana reunited with her FBI partner Fox Mulder (played by David Duchovny), she needed to adjust to how much time had passed. “It felt very good to step back into her shoes – and clothes,” she told Britain’s OK! magazine. “But it took some time for me to feel comfortable wi ... [Continua a leggere]

Jason Madara Gets Personal with the Stars of The X-Files

The X-Files changed television. It was the first show to combine two different forms of TV storytelling: serial dramas and episodic procedurals. What was once a risk is now the most effective way to tell a story through the medium of long form drama. X-Files mythology carried the show through nine seasons of television and two feature films, as we followed FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) in their investigations of the paranormal and supernatural. The relationship between Mulder and Scully is what made the show as compelling as it was (until Duc ... [Continua a leggere]

Record per il ritorno di X Files che registra il miglior esordio di sempre sui canali Fox

Record assoluto per il ritorno di X-Files su Fox. Con oltre 654mila spettatori, il primo episodio della serie ha registrato ieri il miglior esordio di sempre sui canali Fox. Nell’intera serata, X-Files ha totalizzato quasi un milione di contatti, con una media tra i due episodi di 638mila spettatori, risultando il programma più visto della piattaforma Sky con l’1,6% di Share Tv, che sale all’8,3% sugli abbonati Sky.  Nel dettaglio il primo episodio, dalle 21 e dalle 22.35 su Fox HD/+1 e Fox Files HD e dalle 21 su Fox Crime HD e su Sky On Demand, ha ottenu ... [Continua a leggere]



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