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WonderCon was a buzz Saturday with the star power in attendance at many of its various panels and presentations. "X-Files" fans in particular were treated to a truly unique presentation by 20th Century Fox of the second X-Files movie. Director Chris Carter, Writer Frank Spotnitz and leads Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny all flew in from the still in production set in Vancouver to give fans a look at the upcoming feature film. The packed convention hall was full of rabid hooting and hollering X-Files fans all overjoyed to be in the house for this special Q&A. Before the cast was brought ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon: X-Files 2

The X-Files are back, not on your television screen (thankfully), but in an all-new, apparently eagerly anticipated, big(ger) budgeted feature-length film. Creator/producer/writer Chris Carter is back, as are David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising their roles as FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, respectively. Also on hand was Frank Spotniz, series writer, producer, and co-writer of the new, as yet untitled (or un-subtitled) sequel. The Wonder-Con audience eagerly cheered the four members of the panel. All four were in town after working yesterday on the still-in-production ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon: Mulder and Scully show up! Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz, too! And they bring news and footage from X-Files 2!!

Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. So, technically this was the 20th Century Fox panel, but it might has well have been called the Fox and Scully hour. That’s what people wanted to see.Poor Thai horror remake SHUTTER, all about spirit photography, was stuck before the big X-FILES 2 panel and even the hot Aussie from TRANSFORMERS and Hiro’s sidekick couldn't make much of a difference. You could feel the audience just politely waiting for that panel to end so the X-FILES panel would start. I’ll give them a little tribute. The footage looked a little crappy, although the usage of real ... [Continua a leggere]

Anderson Finds Scully Again

Gillian Anderson, who reprises the role of FBI agent Dana Scully in the upcoming sequel to The X-Files film, told SCI FI Wire that it took her a while to reacquaint herself with the character she last played in 2002, when the long-running Fox TV series went off the air. Anderson strove over the intervening years to distance herself from the character with which she had been associated for so long to the point that it took her about two days to allow Scully to re-emerge, she said. "It's an interesting conundrum to deal with on a daily basis, and sometimes it's pleasurable, and sometimes it's ju ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter Says 9/11 Killed X-Files, But America is Ready for It Again

We just got treated to a very brief clip from the new X-Files movie trailer, featuring a group of mysterious FBI types marching across the icy antarctic snows, with Ringo from the Lone Gunman in the lead, crying out, "We've found it!" Cut to lightning fast clips of a body being dragged over ice, Scully looking hotter than hell, Mulder looking not so bad himself, and lots of zoomy blurred stuff. No shots of Exhibit or Billy Connely, though Chris Carter did confirm for the millionth time that they would be in the film along with Amanda Peet as a federal agent. No word about that giant werewolf w ... [Continua a leggere]

WC 08: The X-Files 2 Movie Panel

Carter, Spotnitz, Anderson and Duchovny reunite at WonderCon to discuss their upcoming film.

Perhaps one of the biggest crowd pleasers of this year's WonderCon show was 20th Century Fox's presentation for the new The X-Files 2 movie. In attendance were series creator Chris Carter and writer Frank Spotnitz, as well as stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. Right out of the gate, the group addressed the issues associated with the franchise's six year long absence."Because it'll scare the pants off of you," answered Carter when asked why this movie would be worth the wait. "Because you'll get to see Mulder and Scully together again, that's why."That said, Carter did elaborate on the ... [Continua a leggere]


Report by Anthony Duignan-Cabrera“It’s here!”The teaser trailer from the forthcoming X Files movie, that is.Fans at WonderCon were treated to the edgy clip Saturday afternoon which included scenes of dozens of FBI agents walking a line in the snow, poking the ground in search of something, led by the wild-haired Scottish comedian Billy Connolly (is there any other kind of Billy Connolly?). The trailer also includes glimpses of Agents Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) and Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) running, looking serious and pensive, leading to a crescendo with Connolly’ ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon Video Interviews: Frank Spotnitz

GUY: Nice to meet u..FS: Nice to meet u..GUY: So..this film as of yet untitled…last one called Fight The Future…is there going to be a title for this one?FS: yes... we actually have a title…we haven’t given the go ahead to release it...GUY: You can tell us...FS: I wish I could *laughs*... shortly I think...GUY: We’ve been seeing pictures on the internet of a werewolf... there is even rumours that that’s to mislead people completely...FS: Well, I’m sort of delighted by what I see is going on on the internet…cause there’s shreds of truth ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon Video Interviews: X-Files Returns! Gillian Anderson, Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz!

Gillian Anderson, Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz spoke with IESB's Silas Lesnick following their panel at WonderCon this weekend in San Francisco. The film's timeframe, continuity, mythology and more are covered! Plus, David Duchovny pops into Gillian's interview for a quick cameo! And don't worry, the new film has a title, it will not be X-Files 2, just as the 1998 film was subtitled Fight the Future, this new film will also have a subtitle... Also, Chris Carter answers the questions, will there ever be a Millennium film? Will Lance Henrickson appear in this X-Files film? ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon Video Interviews: Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny

IESB: "Nice to meet you"Gilly replies happily: "Nice to meet you too..." then she points away from him and laughs and says" You're wandering down the line..."IESB: "We're all over the place...umm, so when you're doing a film like this, how hard is it to get back into character??"Gilly: "Ummmm....I mean this is the first time that I ahhh..had this eXperience and it was a bit ahhh... harder than I had anticipated...ummmm.... I expected that getting back into Scully was just gonna flipping on a lightswitch and it was actually...ah... took a lot more effort on my behalf" (the ... [Continua a leggere]

XFN's play by play

Since everything is crashing around us, I'll see if i can post some play by play here.  XFN will have an official report done up tomorrow or Monday.(I will be updating this as time goes on, so simply keep an eye on this article...) These updates coming from Erin..(and good lord repeating this i feel like CNN on sept 11th.)1. TRAILER! OMG the crowd is going CRAZY.2. CC is taking pics of the crowd! 3. GA was just talking. people are cracking up. First question: what was it like getting back into the roles of mulder and scully? 4. GA answered first, DD second - right now. I can't make out ex ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon: New X-Files 2 Footage Shown!

A quick description of what was just shown during the X-Files panel at San Francisco WonderCon.The panel is still currently going on and we will be speaking exclusively with David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Frank Spotnitz and Chris Carter shortly but we wanted to give you this quick description of what was just shown during the X-Files panel. The footage, most likely the trailer begins in a field of ice and snow, there is a team of 30 people (FBI Agents or Police) walking in a horizontal line, there lead by crazy looking man with long white hair (played Billy Connolly). They get to a certain ... [Continua a leggere]

Mark Snow: The X-Files 2

Composer Mark Snow has confirmed to Upcoming Film Scores that he has signed on to score The X-Files 2, the sequel to the 1998 feature film that followed the phenomenally succesful sci-fi TV series. The film is directed by X-Files creator Chris Carter, who has worked extensively with Mark Snow not only on X-Files, but also on TV series Millennium, Harsh Realm and The Lone Gunmen. 61-year old Snow, who probably is the most prolific composer in television music, has received six Emmy nominations for his X-Files music. His latest feature film score, which came out last year, was a completely diffe ... [Continua a leggere]

EXCLUSIVE: The X-Files 2 Werewolf Cries Wolf!

Hey guys, got some X-Files 2 news for you.Just got off the phone with an old Canuck film buddy of mine. While discussing the many projects he's been working on lately, I asked him about The X-Files, and more specifically, about those werewolf pictures that popped up on the net a couple of weeks ago.After chuckling a bit, he said that Chris Carter knows what he's doing, and that the werewolf did exactly what it was supposed to do- throw people off the X-Files scent.Translation?Those photos that appeared online were nothing more than a hoax by the production!!!Clever Carter and his misinformatio ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon 2008

[...] 2:00-3:15 20th Century Fox: The X-Files and ShutterThe truth is out there, again—finally! A new motion picture based on the phenomenally popular, award-winning series The X-Files is in production. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson—making their first-ever joint convention appearance—join director-writer-producer Chris Carter and writer-producer Frank Spotnitz to share their thoughts about the long-awaited film, and answer your questions. ... [Continua a leggere]



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