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Chris Carter Discusses A Third ‘X-Files’ Movie

This weekend, a special charity event was held in Beverly Hills featuring a Q&A with ‘X-Files’ stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. Most of the discussion involved the two reminiscing over their time on the show and waxing philosophical about their lives in the decade since. The two of them don’t have as strong a memory of the show as the fans in attendance (most of their discussion required some prompting of details from the crowd). The question of a third ‘X-Files’ film was raised at one point. As expected, Anderson and Duchovny didn’t re ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter Confirms The X-Files 3 is in Discussion!

Last March, Fox All Access claimed that discussions for a third X-Files film were indeed happening. While X-Philes everywhere wanted to believe, skepticism naturally took hold of some. Whether we believed FAA or not, fans were still looking for confirmation from X-Files creator Chris Carter or someone who would be in the know. As it turns out, fans finally got an answer today at a charity event held by IBG Inc. (Inspire-Believe-Give) in Beverly Hills, CA where a Q&A session was held with X-Files actress Gillian Anderson and her former co-star David Duchovny, with Chris Carter arriving l ... [Continua a leggere]

Interview with Chris Carter

If you boast any familiarity with my blog, you probably already know that -- across the last five years -- I have written frequently abut the TV and film productions of Chris Carter and Ten Thirteen Productions.There are many reasons why I find myself continually drawn back to Carter's oeuvre. In broad terms, these reasons involve television history, the artistry of the particular programs, philosophy, and of course, personal taste.Historically speaking, The X-Files and Millennium have grown virtually synonymous with the decade of the 1990s. Carter's programs captured the Zeitgeist of that epo ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files: I Want to Believe Cut to the Truth

“I’m done chasing monsters in the dark.” That’s former FBI agent Dana Scully speaking in the trailer for the new franchise feature film The X-Files: I Want to Believe, pretty much guaranteeing an imminent run of chasing, monsters, and darkness. But until very recently, the words might just as easily have been spoken by X-Files series creator Chris Carter. It’s been six years since the last X-Files TV show aired, ten since Fight the Future, the first X-Files movie opened. And according to Carter himself, the search for the Truth very nearly stopped there. & ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny - Belgium TV Promo

DD: This show I'm proud of. I think it's got, overall, if we did 203, and I think we did, there are over 100 that I think are really really good, and almost movie-worthy, so I'm stunned by that quality of writing and execution, still.CC: I remember the first day, in Mulder's office, we were filming that. You saw that these two very strong people. When people talk about the chemistry, I think sometimes that is a misconception. I think it is two strong people who are really bouncing off one another, and that's what makes it interesting, and that's what gives it I think what the so-called "sexual ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files sul nuovo Film Tv

Intervista a Chris Carter, creatore della serie, sul settimanale di cinema diretto da Aldo Fittante

Sul nuovo numero di FILM TV in copertina ci sono David Duchovny e Gillian Anderson in X-Files. Voglio crederci. A sei anni dall’ultimo episodio della serie Tv di culto X-Files, sta per arrivare sul grande schermo X-Files. Voglio crederci. Ne parla Chris Carter, creatore della serie e, per l’occasione, anche regista. Lost Highway. Alla (ri)scoperta dei musicarelli, quei film prodotti, dagli anni 50 in poi, per promuovere un artista o una canzone. Da Urlatori alla sbarra a Non son degno di te, da In ginocchio da te fino a Fotoromanzo. Era uno dei fautori del revival horro ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter on Nature

Adam: Yes, that iconic music signals that the X-Files have been reopened. A brand new movie version of the supernatural investigations of FBI Agents Mulder and Scully is now in cinemas. As ever, Scully, the scientist, is the definitive cynic, but Mulder errs on the side of the unworldly. In an exclusive interview, I spoke to Chris Carter, creator of the TV series and director of the new film, X-Files: I Want To Believe. Adam: I started by asking him how long we've been missing Mulder and Scully. CC: Yes, you've been missing them for six years if you were a fan of the TV show, ten years ... [Continua a leggere]

Exclusive: Carter, Spotnitz Defend The X-Files 2

"We've given the fans what they wanted."

UK, August 1, 2008 - Six years after the TV series wrapped, crusading (now former) FBI agents Mulder and Scully are back tackling a new case in The X-Files: I Want to believe. IGN sat down with series creator and the director of the film Chris Carter and writer/producer Frank Spotnitz to ask what fans thought of the film, and why they took Believe in the direction they did. IGN: The film has had a mixed reaction from critics, but what have the fans said about the film? Frank Spotnitz: I have to say, honestly, we've given the fans what they wanted, which is a really nice thing. The feedb ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files: I Want To Believe Featurette

The X-Files: I Want To Believe hits UK cinemas tomorrow and we have an exclusive featurette including interviews with Chris Carter (Director/Screenwriter), David Duchovny (Fox Mulder) and Gillian Anderson (Dana Scully). Six years after the TV series ended, this film sees Mulder and Scully....well, we can't tell you. It's all top secret, so we can't say anything about the plot involving giant space dragons who shoot lazers from their eyes and turns Earth's inhabitants into piles of pudding. Aww, dagnabbit!

(trailer begins)(UNKLE's remix of the X-Files theme plays)(trailer/footage with the theme remix plays throughout this video, in between CC/DD/GA's comments)CC: The specific vision I had was, uh, well - I wanted to scare people.DD: There is a strong relationship between Mulder and Scully and it's not the primary focus of the movie. The primary focus of the movie is the ride, is the case, the procedural. What the bad guys are trying to do in this movie is something that Chris has rightly been trying to keep under wraps.CC: There's an extra element to the movie fundamental to the X-Files idea. It ... [Continua a leggere]

X-files: I want to believe

Newer, more mysterious, more screenfilling

You hear it well: The X-files are back, and on the big screen that is, and WITH Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. And that should be a surprise: In 2002, when the series involving little green men, the evil government conspiracies and sinister cancermen had come to a definitive end, the two main actors proclaimed that they were fed up with the extraterrestrial mumbojumbo, and with each other. But, trust no one: in 'The Xfiles : I want to believe' Mulder and Scully are back as a team, although it might be that they kind of HAD to go back. Both Anderson and Duchovny were having big fi ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter: Pushing the Boundaries

After six years out of the spotlight, director Chris Carter has returned to the creepy world of The X-Files in The X-Files: I Want To Believe, in theaters now. With such a long stretch of time since we last saw Mulder and Scully, things have definitely changed in their lives, and the same holds true with Carter. Here, Chris Carter brings Filmazing up to speed on what's happened with his characters and himself — and true to form, neither is what you'd expect. Q: Us X-Files fans have been waiting a long time, sux [years] to be exac ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson, Chris Carter, David Duchovny, Frank Spotnitz Interview : X Files - Régénération

DD: I think a movie like this, you know without being too heavy, deals with what do these two people believe in. We've known them for a long time. We know what Mulder believes in, we know what Scully believes in. But what this movie is about, through a certain case that challenges both of them, they come to believe in themselves, you know. Love almost, in a weird, romantic way. You never think The X-Files is about love, but in a way this movie is about love conquering all these stuff that love, at the end of the day, is more important than what Mulder believes or what Scully believes. *clips f ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny - Reelz Channel

*bunch fan interview about whether they liked the movie or not*Reelz: Forget about aliens, this X-Files movie, I Want to Believe, is a stand-alone story about kidnapping, murder, and the twisted mystery of the human faith.DD: It's the same Mulder and Scully as on the series, it's about respect, and back and forth, opposition and love.Reelz: I'm a believer now. Because this movie came out so many years later, and the television show is not on the air anymore, you felt like you had more freedom?CC: We had the freedom to sorta of step back and say, "Where would these characters be now?" They've b ... [Continua a leggere]

Report: Carter Helming Secret Film

The Hollywood Reporter says ''X-Files'' creator Chris Carter has been quietly directing the drama ''Fencewalker'' from a script he wrote

(FROM HOLLYWOOD REPORTER) – X-Files creator Chris Carter has been quietly directing the dark drama Fencewalker in the Los Angeles area, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Although his second X-Files feature doesn't even release until next month, THR reports that the director is underway on this next project, which reportedly stars Natalie Dormer (The Tudors), David Cassidy's daughter, Katie Cassidy (Supernatural), rapper-actor Xzibit, Derek Magyar (Enterprise), and Meckah Brooks (Desperate Housewives). No one from Carter's or the actors' camps would confirm that the film is shooti ... [Continua a leggere]

'X-Files': Truth and Rumors From the Set

After six years of silence, Mulder and Scully are about to battle another dark mystery -- this time on the big screen. What can you expect? Whitney Pastorek sums up her yearlong search for answers

Night is falling in British Columbia. The air is damp and cold, and the buzz of a helicopter is fading into the distance. I am attempting to collect information on the set of The X-Files: I Want to Believe, but instead, to avoid being caught on camera, I am lying facedown in a muddy field. Yeah, I think to myself. This seems about right. Full disclosure: I am an X-Phile. I am also a shipper — short for ''relationshipper,'' online lingo for those who believe that the relationship between Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) should involve getting it on. B ... [Continua a leggere]



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