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Filming of The X-Files sequel wraps

Goodbye, and thanks for all the aliens.The cast and crew of the still-untitled X-Files feature film sequel wrapped up work in Vancouver with a news conference Wednesday, a brief lifting of a curtain of secrecy that the production has maintained through three months of filming."We've had lots of paparazzi," said writer-director Chris Carter. "In Langley a couple of days ago a black SUV pulled up on the side of the road and there was a long lens pointed at us."The next day, pictures of stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, locked in a full-on kiss as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, a ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files team including Chris Carter and David Duchovny thank Vancouver as principal photography completed

At a press conference held this afternoon at the Sutton Place Hotel for the X-Files movie currently in production, creator Chris Carter, writer Frank Spotnitz, and a sleepy-looking David Duchovny (they finished shooting at 8 a.m. this morning) assembled themselves before Vancouver media in a hotel conference room to announce the completion of their principal photography here for the upcoming X-Files movie, and to thank the city. Chris said that this is “our home now”. “This was the place where we succeeded," he said. "I think that if there are 10 people things to credit with ... [Continua a leggere]

Vancouver criticisms a ‘non-existent controversy,' X-files star says

VANCOUVER — David Duchovny says the controversy over remarks he made about Vancouver was a “newspaper-generated false non-existent controversy” – and that the idea for criticizing the city on Late Night with Conan O'Brien came from the talk show, not him.Mr. Duchovny addressed the controversy – now more than a decade old – at a news conference held in Vancouver Wednesday afternoon. It was called so producers of the coming X-Files movie could “express their gratitude” to the city, where production on the film is just wrapping, and where the series ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files vs. Lost - which is better?

The new issue of Entertainment Weekly (March 14) features its annual "Pop Culure Throw-Down!", which makes such deliberately provocative — and potentially injury causing — pronouncements as "Bob Dylan sings better than Kelly Clarkson" and "Craig Ferguson is funnier than Conan O'Brien," along with such timeless pop culture arguments as The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones, Star Wars vs. Star Trek, Spielberg vs. Scorsese and Diane vs. Rebecca on Cheers.The lead-off argument, if you will, is "The X-Files is better than Lost." Longtime EW TV critic and former New York Magazine film ... [Continua a leggere]

The resurrection of X-Files mania

A peak at the 2nd installment reunites a dormant community. 'I felt like the person in the desert who finally finds water again,' one fan says.

They flew from Germany and England and Chicago to attend. They lined up at 5 a.m. outside the Moscone Center West in San Francisco fueled by contagious group excitement and caffeine. They sat through the boring "Shutter" panel to make sure they got good seats. One attendee estimates that there were 5,000 people packed into the 4,000 capacity convention hall and that's not including the spillover that ran down the various hallways.But God, it was worth it!Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny and "X-Files" creator Chris Carter were at Wondercon last week (along with "X-Files" feature film writer Fra ... [Continua a leggere]

Frank Spotnitz Interview - X-Files Movie 2008 at Wonder Con

The plot's still being kept a secret - as is the title - but that didn't stop the X-Files cast, writer Frank Spotnitz, and writer/director Chris Carter from showing up at Wonder Con to talk about their much-anticipated second X-Files movie. This is what bothers me about the X-Files movie… Why is it untitled still? It's a very hard to promote a movie when you have to keep saying the Untitled X-Files Movie. Frank Spotnitz: "That's a very good point. The movie is untitled because… Why is the movie untitled? Because the studio hasn't given us the go-ahead to release the title." You ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny Interview - X-Files Movie 2008 Wonder Con

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson were together onstage for their very first convention at the 2008 Wonder Con in San Francisco. The packed crowd went wild as Duchovny and Anderson hit the stage to promote the upcoming X-Files movie. You guys got greeted like rock stars when you walked out on stage. David Duchovny: "Yeah, yeah. It's interesting. I wish I would have had a guitar." You would have played it? David Duchovny: "Well I don't play. I wish I had a guitar and I wish I could play the guitar." And sing maybe? David Duchovny: "And I wish I could sing. So, you made me feel inadequate." B ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson Interview - X-Files Movie 2008 Wonder Con

Gillian Anderson was filming the still-untitled X-Files movie into the early morning hours and then had to hop on a plane to San Francisco for Wonder Con. That long schedule didn't keep Anderson from chatting enthusiastically about the new film. How does that feel when you walk out on the stage and everyone screams? Gillian Anderson: "It's been a really long time since I've heard that so it's, you know, it's cool. It's great that everybody's made the effort to come out and just show their support. I think it's good for us to know that there's still an audience out there." Did you doubt that? ... [Continua a leggere]

Carter Offers X-Files Hints

Chris Carter, creator of The X-Files, told SCI FI Wire that the upcoming second movie will be a stand-alone story that represents the best of the series. "This movie takes some of the most, I think, essential themes of The X-Files and incorporates them and puts them to the test," Carter said in a group interview at WonderCon in San Francisco on Feb. 23. "I think that for me, so much of The X-Files was about skepticism, but it was also about faith, and I think that plays a big part [in] this movie." The plotline of the as-yet-unnamed sequel remains a big secret--so much so that neither ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files 2, tornano Scully e Mulder

Secondo film con Anderson e Duchovny

Antartide, cani da slitta, Scully, un corpo senza vita che riemerge dai ghiacci, Mulder. A dieci anni dalla serie sugli enigmi inspiegabili, gli X-Files vengono riaperti. In X-Files 2, che sarà al cinema a luglio 2008 e di cui è stato mostrato il primo trailer, tornano gli agenti Gillian Anderson e David Duchovny  diretti da Chris Carter e il loro rapporto, tra una caso e l'altro, prende direzioni inaspettate.  Sei anni dopo il primo film e dieci dopo la serie tv, l'agente Fox Mulder (Duchovny) è tornato a Vancouver, dove è stata girata la pellicola, per s ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson Re-Open The X-Files

Mulder and Scully themselves sit down behind-the-scenes at Wondercon to talk about re-opening The X-Files

During this weekend's Wondercon MovieWeb was able to go behind-the-scenes of the convention floor to have a secret little chat with actor David Duchonvy and actress Gillian Anderson to talk about coming back to The X-Files after a 6 year hiatus from the show ended. The truth follows...Earlier it was stated that we get to see the characters in a whole new way...David Duchovny: In the general sense, there's a journey to be had. You either start at the top or the bottom for a journey to happen. Our movie has to start at the top and work it's way down. Or start at the bottom and work it's way up.H ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz Unveil The X-Files 2!

The director and producer sit down behind-the-scenes at Wondercon to spill the beans on Mulder and Scully latest mystery

X-Files creators and writers Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz sat down to talk, or more appropriately, vaguely drop hints about the upcoming X-Files movie at this year's Wondercon during a small roundtable behind-the-scenes, and MovieWeb was there to get the goods. Check out what they had to say about aliens, Mulder, Scully, the infamous werewolf and much more...So, how did you first come up with X-Files?Frank Spotnitz: Oh gosh, I've told this story so many times. It was inspired by so many different things, including Kolchak: The Night StalkerIn a quick, pitch version of this movie, what's it ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon: The X-Files 2 Panel; Plus RT's Interview with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson!

We have movie clip impressions along with a chat with the stars!

Snow and FBI agents with sticks -- that's pretty much all that can be said of the 20th Century Fox footage that was revealed at WonderCon this weekend for The X-Files 2. The first look at the onscreen reunion of agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) began with a shot of Scottish actor Billy Connolly uttering, "It's here..." as a team of FBI agents prodded a snow-covered field with long sticks in search of, uh, the truth? Before the audience was even able to wrap its collective brain around what could possibly be buried in the snow, the teaser cut to a number of ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files Returns! Duchovny and Anderson Unveil First Footage at Wondercon!!!

Get ready, X-Files fans. Series creator Chris Carter and original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have heard your prayers for more tales of agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, and they're about to answer them! The three genre legends appeared at Wondercon earlier today, and offered FEARnet, and the con's other attendees, the first glimpse of footage shown anywhere of the second X-Files film, due out in theaters this July. The footage was brief, running just two or three minutes, and was crudely edited (though Carter, later backstage, referring to it as a trailer, explained that even h ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon 2008: Day 2 - Part 2!

The X Files 2 Frank Spotnitz - Chris Carter - David Duchovny - Gillian Anderson

The tag for the day was "It's here!"Showed trailer for movie. Trailer didn't show much. Overuse of quick cut scenes don't tell you very much. Only saw Amanda Peet, Billy Connolly, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. The trailer opens up with line of FBI/Police with dogs and long sticks searching a large "snow covered meadow". Billy Connolly is in front saying, "It's here." Repeatedly. Several quick cuts from other scenes, show other three actors, and it keeps coming back to Connolly's character moving through the meadow saying "It's here." He gets progressively louder and more strident, and f ... [Continua a leggere]



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