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Da X-Files al sesso sfrenato

David Duchovny in "Californication"

Anche il sesso, in fondo, è un mistero. E chi meglio di lui, David Duchovny, ex collezionatore di misteri nei panni di Fox Mulder del fantascientifico X-Files, potrebbe sperimentare quelli chimico-ormonali degli incontri con l'altro sesso, negli aspetti anche più devastanti? L'attore è il protagonista della serie tv Californication trasmessa dal canale americano Showtime e che in primavera potrebbe sbarcare su Italia1. Duchovny interpreta Hank Moody, uno scrittore newyorkese in declino che sfugge alla sua crisi creativa rifugiandosi nel sesso, e non solo. Fa abus ... [Continua a leggere]

Duchovny Had X-Files Reunion

The X-Files star David Duchovny told SCI FI Wire that he had a lunch reunion in Los Angeles recently with his co-star Gillian Anderson and series creator Chris Carter to discuss the long-gestating sequel movie."That was nice," Duchovny said while promoting his latest movie, Things We Lost in the Fire. "I see Chris quite a bit. We live kind of in the same neighborhood. We live within maybe 10 or 15 miles of one another. But I hadn't seen Gillian in a while. So it was like a reunion. It really was. It was more emotional than I would have though it was [going to be]. If you spend that muc ... [Continua a leggere]

Californication - Recensione

Californication non è ancora stata acquistata da alcun canale italiano, sebbene sia contesa da Jimmy e Italia1 - secondo i rumors in rete, la gara sarebbe stata vinta da quest’ultima -.Perché sia contesa, questa serie, e perché sia discussa, be’ è facile capirlo fin dalle prime immagini del pilot.Lo screenshot qui sopra è tratto dalla sequenza iniziale. Al di sotto dell’inquadratura, impegnata in pratiche fin troppo facili da immaginare, c’è una bellissima bionda in abito da suora.Lui, be’, lui l’avrete riconosciuto. ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files was better than The Beatles

THE X-FILES star DAVID DUCHOVNY holds the sci-fi TV series in high regard - insisting it was "better than the Beatles". The Emmy Award-winning 1990s show starred Duchovny and Gillian Anderson - as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully - investigating unusual incidents linked to paranormal activity. The programme - which ran from 1993 to 2002 - was a huge hit and Duchovny believes it was much more popular than the legendary rockers in their heyday. He says, "Come on - we were better than the Beatles. They went from 1962 to 1970 - eight years. They couldn't even make it to a ninth year, like us. ... [Continua a leggere]

Turned on

Ladies who lust are the go on prime-time TV, writes Rosemary Neill

IN the now notorious opening scene of the Ten Network's racy new import, Californication, a nun offered the antihero, novelist Hank Moody, oral sex in a Catholic church. It's little wonder this upset Catholics, who have called for the show to be banned. Two advertisers, Holden and Holeproof, have pulled their ads from the show, a move that has probably given the insistently profane comedy a ratings boost. A mitigating factor, according to the show's supporters, is that the offending fellatio scene was a fantasy, a dream sequence illustrating the predilection of protagonist Hank Moody for unav ... [Continua a leggere]

10 Things You Didn't Know about David Duchovny

The "Californication" star talks about video games, "The Twilight Zone" and the dangers of Googling himself

David Duchovny, currently starring on Showtime's "Californication" but best known for his portrayal of smoldering Fox Mulder on "The X-Files," has so much to promote right now!We spoke to him in honor of the DVD release of the film "The TV Set," in which he stars, but he also has a film coming out with Halle Berry on Oct. 19 called "Things We Lost in the Fire."We knew a few things about Duchovny before the interview. He's married to Tea Leoni, he went to Princeton, he has a master's degree in English from Yale, and he wrote a very academic-sounding thesis called "The Schizophrenic Critique of ... [Continua a leggere]

Duchovny producing show for Cartoon Network

The 'CALIFORNICATION' star is doing a live-action project for kids

LOCATION: The Cartoon Network, which is Out There with the TruthTHE SKINNY: Oh, for an animated version of THE X-FILES right now… No, seriously. It worked for DOCTOR WHO, after all. That would be pretty cool, wouldn’t it?But no, that’s not what X-FILES and CALIFORNICATION star David Duchovny is producing for the Cartoon Network. Instead, it’s a live-action project for kids, and it’s about a kid (natch) who comes from a long line of newspaper reporters who decides to turn his school’s A-V club into an investigative citywide news agency. A natural progression ... [Continua a leggere]

Straightheads sex scenes left Gillian Anderson cold

London, August 29: Former X-Files star Gillian Anderson has revealed that filming the sex scenes in her latest movie were not a piece of cake at all. The 39-year-old recently divulged that the love scenes in 'Straightheads', a thriller filmed in the Midlands, almost crumbled.Anderson had to make love with screen lover Danny Dyer in a car parked in Shropshire, but the actress said that the extreme cold kept them from doing things according to the plan."The scene was filmed in the dead of night, with all the crew standing around with fires to keep us warm. The sides of my dress needed to be stuc ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny on The TV Set

David Duchovny talks about this film that skewers the television industry

David Duchovny became an icon for movie and TV fans everywhere with his layered acting work as Fox Mulder on the much lauded TV show, The X-Files. However, he is almost unrecognizable in his most recent role as Mike Klein in Jake Kasdan's The TV Set. Wearing a beard and looking heavier than we ever seen him, Duchovny plays a television writer going up against the dreaded network to keep the vision of his show intact. On the eve of its DVD release, we recently sat down with Duchovny to discuss this character as well as The X-Files 2.Did you base any of Mike's experiences on your own experiences ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny Gets His Hands On 'X-Files' Sequel

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (August 21, 2007) — David Duchovny is back on TV in Showtime’s “Californication,” but it may not be long before he hits the big screen for another go-round of “The X-Files!” David sat down with Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush, and he revealed that not only is there a script for the “X-Files” sequel - he’s actually read it! “I have,” said David, when Billy asked if he’d read it. “But I’m sworn to secrecy legally, actually. If I were to tell you anything about it I would — I would ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny Talks About Californication

David Duchovny opens up to TV Guide about his risky new role on Showtime's Californication (Mondays at 10 pm/ET), the next X-Files movie and being lucky in love. TV Guide: What attracted you to such a darkly comic series like Californication? David Duchovny: It was more of an adult-style, '70s-movie-type comedy rather than what you see in movies today. It was adults acting badly, but like bad adults rather than bad children. It's so much fun to be able to play a guy who really doesn't care what anybody thinks about him.TV Guide: What's the key to your character, Hank Moody? Duchovny: This is a ... [Continua a leggere]

Hope for the X-Philes?

Chris Carter swears that this time there really is a script to an ''X-Files'' movie sequel... well, he swears one is being worked on, anyway, but can't guarantee it'll ever get turned into an actual movie

Believers who've waited almost 10 years for a second X-Filesmovie got a sudden blast of hope last month when David Duchovny, speaking at the TCA summer press tour in support of his Showtime series Californication, said on July 14 that he and Gillian Anderson are both on board for a sequel and that he expected to see a script within the next two weeks. Those two weeks came and went, and no script or movie deal emerged, leaving many to wonder whether a film is any closer now than it was in 1998.We got X-Files creator Chris Carter on the phone to find out what's really up with this project, and t ... [Continua a leggere]

Pronto lo script di X-Files 2

Lo rivela il leggendario agente dell'FBI Fox Mulder alias David Duchovny in una recente intervista

La serie X-Files è entrata di diritto nell'immaginario televisivo mondiale, e ormai il suo nome è diventato sinonimo di alieni, UFO, complotti e tutto ciò che ha a che fare con la (presunta) presenza di esponenti di civiltà extraterrestri sul nostro pianeta. Durante le nove stagioni della serie, sbarcata nel nostro paese nel 1994, il pubblico ha imparato a conoscere ed apprezzare David Duchovny e Gillian Anderson, la mitica coppia di investigatori dell'FBI. Tale coppia ha provato nel 1998 a riproporre le proprie imprese anche sul grande schermo; X-Files — Il f ... [Continua a leggere]

"X-Files 2, the movie, is coming"

These words were of Gillian Anderson, the Scully of the popular American Tv series and guest of the 37 GFF. The series has not been made for five years, and the producers have no intention to make another- explained Anderson – but they are indeed projecting a new episode for the cinema". The first "X-Files" movie was released in 1998. "It is very difficult to work for the cinema when you interpret such a characterizing role like Scully – added Anderson - when I work for the cinema I try to detach myself from the X-Files character". The actress also announced her debut as a producer ... [Continua a leggere]

Ex-files no longer: Partners once more

In the five years since they last struggled with the supernatural in the X Files, the careers of David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have diverged: he has struggled to find good projects, she has been acclaimed. Now they are to be reunited in the roles that made them.

When Chris Carter, the originator of the The X Files, first sat down with executives from 20th Century Fox to propose his idea for what was to become one of the greatest cult shows in modern television, Bill Clinton was a fresh face in the White House and promising to make the world a better place. But Carter told the suits from Fox that what he had in mind was not to put the smile back on the faces of Americans but rather to frighten them out of their wits. "There's nothing scary on network television any more. Let's do a scary show," he told them. And so began a process by which The X Files ... [Continua a leggere]



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