After years of playing spooky Agent Fox Mulder on TV's "The X-Files" and in two big-screen "X-Files" movies, it's only natural that David Duchovny wants to lighten the mood a little bit. The 52-year-old actor won a Golden Globe for his hilarious role as troubled novelist and unrepentant ladies' man Hank Moody on Showtime's "Californication," the sixth season of which is scheduled to air in January. Now Duchovny appears on the big screen in the quirky comedy "Goats" as Goat Man — a chill, perma-stoned wild man of the desert who has inadvertently become the father figure to the son (Graham Phillips) of the hippie (Vera Farmiga) whose garden he's been tending for years.
We sat down with Duchovny as he waxed philosophical about nature vs. technology, the legalization of marijuana, the future of "The X-Files" and why getting to play guitar with Marilyn Manson was a high point of his life.
CultBox caught up with The X-Files writer Frank Spotnitz today to chat about his new spy drama series, Hunted.
La portata rivoluzionaria della serie, l´ipotesi terzo film, il parere dei fan e tanto altro ancora sono i protagonisti di questa piacevole intervista con la web master di Beyond the sea, il sito web punto di riferimento degli appassionati di X-Files.
Frank Spotnitz talks to Screen about new UK spy-thriller series Hunted - produced by Kudos and BBC - and the UK as an exciting hub for big-budget TV.
Gillian Anderson, famous for 'The X-Files,' stuns as Miss Havisham in Sunday’s 'Great Expecations.' She tells Jace Lacob about turning down 'Downton Abbey,' her British accent—and possibly playing Scully again.
The 43-year-old mother of three shares her experiences starring in The X-Files and Johnny English Reborn
Tortured, ghostly, eternal bride-to-be Miss Havisham is returning in a fresh screen adaptation of Charles Dickens' literary classic Great Expectations.
Thanks to a dedicated fan campaign, are Fox close to ordering a third feature film adaptation of The X-Files?
Chris Carter torna in tv: l’autore di X Files è da anni corteggiato dai network broadcast e via cavo e da Hollywood, ma si è preso alcuni anni sabbatici (film di X Files esclusi) finché nei giorni scorsi non è riemerso con Unique, un thriller poliziesco tutto al femminile e con elementi sovrannaturali e molta azione che non ha ancora un network televisivo e in cui non è chiaro quanto Carter sia poi coinvolto visto che pare X Files potrebbe tornare al cinema con un terzo capitolo.
COMEDY is far from alien to Gillian Anderson, the former X-Files star who is in Australia to promote her latest film with master funnyman Rowan Atkinson