Archivio Stampa 2008

Alien Affair

Six years after last joining forces with Fox Mulder in The X-files, agent Dana Scully is back. And Esquire is more than happy to see her return.

Whatever the stars say, it is possible to make a decision when it comes to fame: the kind of attention a person gets is as much down to them as it is to the men with the long lenses, and Gillian Anderson is the living proof of it. We meet for lunch in a loud restaurant in a London market, and from our table, I watch her arrival. She comes in a cab, and when she gets out, delicately stepping over a yellowing cabbage leaf as she does, no one gives her so much as a second glace. Why? Because she isn’t making a fuss. No baseball cap, no sunglasses, no beefy giant to open car doors. Later, wh ... [Continua a leggere]


“There are fans who base their lives around The X-Files and have our faces tattooed on their butt-cheeks. Then there are the fans who are mentally unstable…”Duchovny on the new X-Files movie (Mulder & Scully picture above, think it was shown in Entertainment Weekly): “What I like about it is that it’s lean, fast-moving and focused. It’s like one of the classic episodes from the first couple of seasons.”Anderson on the series’ final throes (Doggett & Scully image above): “I don’t have enough perspective to say whether all the ... [Continua a leggere]

X-files: i detective del mistero hanno riaperto le indagini

Mulder e Scully dopo sei anni di nuovo insieme

Finalmente l’attesa è terminata. Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) e Fox Mulder (David Duchovny), i celebri agenti dell’Fbi, sono di nuovo insieme. A sei anni dal termine della popolarissima serie televisiva iniziata nel 2993 e con ben 202 episodi all’attivo, arriva sugli schermi il film “X-files: Voglio crederci”. Veramente Duchovny ha già fatto notizia annunciando, a sorpresa, di aver cominciato una cura contro la “dipendenza da sesso”. Che, incredibilmente, è proprio il disturbo di cui soffre il protagonista del film ch lo ha rilan ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files: I Want To Believe Featurette

The X-Files: I Want To Believe hits UK cinemas tomorrow and we have an exclusive featurette including interviews with Chris Carter (Director/Screenwriter), David Duchovny (Fox Mulder) and Gillian Anderson (Dana Scully). Six years after the TV series ended, this film sees Mulder and Scully....well, we can't tell you. It's all top secret, so we can't say anything about the plot involving giant space dragons who shoot lazers from their eyes and turns Earth's inhabitants into piles of pudding. Aww, dagnabbit!

(trailer begins)(UNKLE's remix of the X-Files theme plays)(trailer/footage with the theme remix plays throughout this video, in between CC/DD/GA's comments)CC: The specific vision I had was, uh, well - I wanted to scare people.DD: There is a strong relationship between Mulder and Scully and it's not the primary focus of the movie. The primary focus of the movie is the ride, is the case, the procedural. What the bad guys are trying to do in this movie is something that Chris has rightly been trying to keep under wraps.CC: There's an extra element to the movie fundamental to the X-Files idea. It ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny on Richard and Judy

Richard: Good timing, because she’s starting on the day that after years and years and years of us trying, we have finally get David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson live on the show. They are sitting over there. Those two have dropped in on their way to the premiere of the new X-Files movie. Now I saw it this morning, I’m telling you, it’s really, really good. You need strong nerves and even stronger stomach. David and Gillian are here now. This whole concept is very X-Files, we’ll come to that. But it is a coincidence that we have Agents Mulder and Scully here, the actor ... [Continua a leggere]

X-files: I want to believe

Newer, more mysterious, more screenfilling

You hear it well: The X-files are back, and on the big screen that is, and WITH Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. And that should be a surprise: In 2002, when the series involving little green men, the evil government conspiracies and sinister cancermen had come to a definitive end, the two main actors proclaimed that they were fed up with the extraterrestrial mumbojumbo, and with each other. But, trust no one: in 'The Xfiles : I want to believe' Mulder and Scully are back as a team, although it might be that they kind of HAD to go back. Both Anderson and Duchovny were having big fi ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson on Jimmy Kimmel Live

JK: Our first guest tonight is a Golden Globe, Screen Actor's Guild, and Emmy award winning actor for her as FBI Special Agent Dana Scully, and is the world record holder for most restraining orders held against obsessed sci-fi fans than any person i history. You can see her now in the new movie The X-Files: I Want to Believe, please say hello to Gillian Anderson!*audience cheers wildly*GA: *pointing to Uncle Frank* I love your uncle!JK: Normally you only get that kind enthusiasm when an Iglesias shows up. So, congratulations, great to have you here.GA: Thank you very much.JK: Did my uncle bot ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter: Pushing the Boundaries

After six years out of the spotlight, director Chris Carter has returned to the creepy world of The X-Files in The X-Files: I Want To Believe, in theaters now. With such a long stretch of time since we last saw Mulder and Scully, things have definitely changed in their lives, and the same holds true with Carter. Here, Chris Carter brings Filmazing up to speed on what's happened with his characters and himself — and true to form, neither is what you'd expect. Q: Us X-Files fans have been waiting a long time, sux [years] to be exac ... [Continua a leggere]

MOVIE REVIEW: The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008)

Belief isn't easy to come by these days. But - despite most reviews - I still believe in The X-Files. Perhaps the biggest problem with this new film (sub-titled I Want to Believe) arises not from the stars (or the production itself), but from ourselves, and -- specifically -- our expectations. Based on the savage reviews proliferating on the web and in print, audiences and critics apparently desired a Wrath of Khan, when what they actually get is...The Search for Spock. In other words, X-Files: I Want to Believe is a more intimate, cerebral adventure than it is a "big event" summer movie. T ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson on Late Show with David Letterman

DL: I saw you in the movie and I just told her what I'll tell you, she’s tremendous, just tremendous.GA: Thank you. Thank you very much!DL: What a wonderful actress you are. What a wonderful actor you are.GA: Thank you very much.DL: Nice job.GA: Are you sucking up to me?DL: Yeah, *laughs*. But it looks to me that maybe... *pointing at her stomach*GA: Like somebody else has sucked up to me? *everyone laughs*DL: I guess so.GA: Wait wait wait...DL: And it worked!GA: Yeah it did.DL: Apparently it worked.GA: But let me...Speaking of, do you remember what happened last time I was on the show?D ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson, Chris Carter, David Duchovny, Frank Spotnitz Interview : X Files - Régénération

DD: I think a movie like this, you know without being too heavy, deals with what do these two people believe in. We've known them for a long time. We know what Mulder believes in, we know what Scully believes in. But what this movie is about, through a certain case that challenges both of them, they come to believe in themselves, you know. Love almost, in a weird, romantic way. You never think The X-Files is about love, but in a way this movie is about love conquering all these stuff that love, at the end of the day, is more important than what Mulder believes or what Scully believes. *clips f ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny - Reelz Channel

*bunch fan interview about whether they liked the movie or not*Reelz: Forget about aliens, this X-Files movie, I Want to Believe, is a stand-alone story about kidnapping, murder, and the twisted mystery of the human faith.DD: It's the same Mulder and Scully as on the series, it's about respect, and back and forth, opposition and love.Reelz: I'm a believer now. Because this movie came out so many years later, and the television show is not on the air anymore, you felt like you had more freedom?CC: We had the freedom to sorta of step back and say, "Where would these characters be now?" They've b ... [Continua a leggere]

Report: Carter Helming Secret Film

The Hollywood Reporter says ''X-Files'' creator Chris Carter has been quietly directing the drama ''Fencewalker'' from a script he wrote

(FROM HOLLYWOOD REPORTER) – X-Files creator Chris Carter has been quietly directing the dark drama Fencewalker in the Los Angeles area, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Although his second X-Files feature doesn't even release until next month, THR reports that the director is underway on this next project, which reportedly stars Natalie Dormer (The Tudors), David Cassidy's daughter, Katie Cassidy (Supernatural), rapper-actor Xzibit, Derek Magyar (Enterprise), and Meckah Brooks (Desperate Housewives). No one from Carter's or the actors' camps would confirm that the film is shooti ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files: I Want to Believe (review)

I Believe

[spoiler free!] Yes, this is “just” a big episode of the show, but it wouldn’t be The X-Files it weren’t. The X-Files was always about being small and quiet and thoughtful and intellectual: c’mon, our protagonists were an academic and a medical doctor; their badges and sidearms were incidental. They were never action heroes. That’s why we loved them -- they were real and nerdy and passionate and engaged in their work. And we loved the show because it was scary, but in a small, quiet, thoughtful way that wormed its way into your brain and set down ro ... [Continua a leggere]

“The X-Files: I Want to Believe”

This suspenseful, intimate movie reminds us why we've always believed in Mulder and Scully.

It’s hard to say if “The X-Files: I Want to Believe” is exactly the movie fans of the revered series — which aired from 1993 to 2002 — are hoping for. The relatively straightforward plot involves only minor trickery, and you don’t need much previous knowledge of the “X-Files” universe to follow it. The director, Chris Carter, the creator of the original show, has dispensed with the convoluted mythology that bogged down the show in the last third of its run. “I Want to Believe” comes off like a solid — if not great — episod ... [Continua a leggere]



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