Archivio Stampa 2008

Ten Essential Tips for a perfect day to Yourself

1. If you normally wake up late, then wake up early. If you wake up early, then treat yourself by waking up late. 2. If you normally eat sugary things for breakfast then treat yourself with fresh fruit, whole grain cereals, and full fat yogurt with honey. If that’s your normal fare, then eat a bowl of frosted flakes. 3. If you normally take a quick shower in the morning, then take a king bath at night. 4. Pack a book and a paper and go for a walk, either in your own neighborhood or explore a new one. 5. Stop in the shops and browse rather than speeding in to get a specific thi ... [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]

Wildstorm to publish The X-Files #1 (of 7)

Search for the truth inside this new miniseries based on the hit FOX television show! A research scientist, recently agitated by paranoid fears, is found dead in his suburban D.C. apartment. His sister refuses to accept the coroner’s ruling that his death was suicide from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Federal investigator Scully discovers forensic details that would seem to defy rational explanation and when her partner Agent Mulder learns the scientist was working on a top-secret project for a government contractor, Mulder becomes agitated by his own paranoid fears, which eer ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, Chris Carter, Frank Spotnitz - Spanish Vivo

DD: We've always wanted to do it,Chris, Frank, Gillian, and I. It wasn't like "oh I hate that show I got to get off", it was always, "well this has been almost a decade doing this, we need to move on and do other things." We have done other things and this six years later, for all of us. We were very happy to come back and do this. We loved doing it. We loved the show, we loved each other, we love to continue with it.DD: Well it was interesting. It was interesting to take a character I started in 1993, left alone 6 years ago, and kinda make it 15 years older. Make it, you know, how have I chan ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny Back In X-Files

In “The X-Files: I Want to Believe,” David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are back as the agents investigating the cases that no one else can unravel, cases that are simply inexplicable. Their latest is their most bizarre, dangerous and challenging – one that is sure to disturb and scare even the toughest and most unflappable fans of The X-Files. But it is also a moving and emotional story, taking the well-loved characters of Mulder and Scully to new levels as their highly charged relationship unfolds in completely unexpected ways. David Duchovny, in the following Q& ... [Continua a leggere]


The composer talks scoring the latest film based on the FBI duo

If FBI Agents Mulder and Scully have been irrevocably affected by their time spent investigating the dark world of THE X-FILES, then Mark Snow’s ominous music for the series and its spin-off films has done much to welcome us to their nightmares. Whether dealing with mutants, aliens, mind control or black oil, Snow’s soundscapes were some of the eeriest, and most inventive music on alien invasion television since the days of THE OUTER LIMITS. And when Mulder and Scully leapt to the bigscreen with FIGHT THE FUTURE, Snow showed off his symphonic chops with a score that took THE X ... [Continua a leggere]

Modern Day Frankensteins

The return of Mulder and Scully

In a memorable scene in The X-Files: I Want to Believe, Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) reenter FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C. for the first time since The X-Files left the airwaves in 2002. Waiting in a hallway they notice a portrait of George Bush that hangs on the wall. Knowing looks of alarm and disapproval cross their faces as the signature six-note musical theme of the television series is heard for one of the only times in the film (aside from the opening credits), and the camera pans right to reveal a matching portrait of J. Edgar Hoover. In a ... [Continua a leggere]

60 seconds with Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny

60s with GA DD: This is 60 seconds with Gillian Anderson.GA: I'll play!DD: London or Chicago?GA: London.DD: Paint a painting or buy a painting?GA: Buy a painting.DD: Class clown or teacher's pet?GA: Class clown.DD: Watch yourself on screen or cover your eyes?GA: Cover my eyes.DD: Flats or high heels.GA: Flats... kinda...DD: Liar...GA: I'm a liar...DD: Text message or call on the phone?GA: Text message.DD: Yeah, it's good, you're modern that way. Dressed up or dressed down?GA: Dressed down. Does... this...DD: Well I agree to tell you the truth.GA: You agree, ok.DD: Blonde or Redhead?GA: Blonde. ... [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]

X-Files Beach Tour

Il concorso è aperto dal 7/08/2008 al 15/09/2008. I partecipanti dovranno inviare un al un messaggio SMS dal proprio cellulare al numero 320.204.33.30. Nel messaggio SMS si dovrà digitare la parola segreta che si potrà conoscere navigando sul sito o scoprirla in una scultura di ghiaccio che verrà esposta nel corso di un beach tour che si svolgerà nelle seguenti località marittime italiane a partire dal 10 fino al 17 agosto 2008: Blu Fregene – Fregene; La Capannina – Forte dei Marmi; Papete – Milano Marittim ... [Continua a leggere]

Amanda Peet's Challenge In X-Files

Amanda Peet completes the top-flight cast in the latest X-Files film, “X-Files: I Want To Believe” with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. Peet is cast as Dakota Whitney, an FBI agent tasked to crack a series of mysterious cases who enlists Mulder’s (Duchovny) help. Like everything else connected to the film, details about Whitney have been shrouded in secrecy. Peet says joining The X-Files team had, not surprisingly, its unusual moments. “It felt a bit odd to be a guest in this phenomenon. But it was enjoyable, too, becoming a part of this world that is so ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files: I Want to Believe it's a good movie

Call it a box office bomb all you want ($17 million and rising!), but I loved the new X-Files movie... both times I saw it. And while that should come as no surprise to anyone who read my recent feature on the year I spent tracking the movie's mysterious march to theaters, I sure as hell have been shocked by the dismissive, occasionally vicious beating it's taken from critics. My hometown Houston Chronicle, for example, gave it one star and called it "stupid, lackadaisical and schlocky." My mother, on the other hand, walked into an H-Town multiplex on Wednesday, and walked out calling ... [Continua a leggere]

Why the new X-Files film is a misunderstood but compelling tract for our times

Mulder and Scully aren't just trying in vain to revive a dated franchise. This time, they're in search of a remedy for the spiritual malaise of the West

The X-Files: I Want to Believe has bombed at the box office and disappointed not just film critics but also fans of the iconic TV show. It has also puzzled them. The programme's first big-screen spin-off, ten years ago, was in essence just an inflated episode of the small-screen series. As such, it went down well enough, particularly with aficionados. This time, however, the brand's originator, Chris Carter, has abandoned the much-loved phantasmagoric world he created, with its ever-ambiguous narratives. In its place, he seems at first sight to be offering no more than a humdrum, bod ... [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]


The producer also talks about finding the story for the new movie, the Internet 'werewolf' photo leak and the film's box office performance

It’s been six years since the X-FILES TV series went off the air, and fan anticipation for the second theatrical film X-FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE had fans chatting excitedly on the internet for months. The plot was top secret, but David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson were returning to their roles as Mulder and Scully, the believer/skeptic team of former F.B.I. investigators that uncovered everything from alien lifeforms, government conspiracies and monsters. Also back was creator Chris Carter serving as director who wrote the script alongside producer Frank Spotnitz. It was a can&rsquo ... [Continua a leggere]



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