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Gillian Anderson shows off her baby bump at the premiere of How To Lose Friends And Alienate People

In her floor-sweeping gown actress Gillian Anderson showed off her growing baby bump on the red carpet in Leicester Square tonight. The 40-year-old, who is expecting her third child, was at the world premiere of How To Lose Friends And Alienate People, in which she appears. Anderson, once voted the world's sexiest woman, dazzled in a black and white gown and bolero jacket. The film is an adaptation of freelance writer Toby Young's memoir about his disastrous time as a contributer to Vanity Fair, New York. 'A true story based on a real idiot,' runs the publicity blurb for the film, whi ... [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]

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 www.20thfox.it/cinema 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]

'X-FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE' CO-WRITER FRANK SPOTNITZ TALKS UNRATED DVD AND THE FRANCHISE'S FUTURE

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]

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]


A CONVERSATION WITH GILLIAN ANDERSON & DAVID DUCHOVNY

“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

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]

The Beautiful Sci-Fi Star Joins David Duchovny Again in 'The X-Files: I Want to Believe'

Buzzine Film Editor Emmanuel Itier sits down with X-Files star Gillian Anderson to talk about her life and career.

Emmanuel Itier: You look great. How are you feeling? Gillian Anderson: I’m feeling great, thanks. EI: Do you mind if I ask how many months pregnant you are? GA: [Laughs] Yeah, sure. If I recall, I’m about six months. I’m very much pregnant. EI: I noticed your gorgeous one-year-old son in the hallway with Mark. Did they come along today with you so you could all have lunch together? GA: He kind of did. He really didn’t allow me to have lunch! [Laughs] He was very rampageous today. He’s normally… Well, he’s both, but he was par ... [Continua a leggere]

SET VISIT PART II: Gillian Anderson Gets the Creeps in The X-Files: I Want to Believe

Getting the creeps with Gillian Anderson on the set of The X-Files: I Want to Believe

It's been 6 years since we last saw Mulder and Scully sharing screentime together. It's been 6 years since one of the most loved TV shows of all-time went off the air. After legal battles, time conflict resolutions and a studio finally saying 'yes' to a project fans have been screaming for for years, The X-Files is finally back in everyone's life on July 25th. Starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Billy Connolly and Amanda Peet, The X-Files is being classified as a supernatural thriller. A stand-alone story in the tradition of some of the show's most acclaimed and beloved episode ... [Continua a leggere]

Welcome back, Scully!

Gillian Anderson says hello to a new baby - and a new X-Files movie.

It's 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and Gillian Anderson can't believe that her 18-month old has been napping for three hours. Babies are a major theme in Anderson's life these days. At 39, the actress is expecting her third child (she also has a daughter, Piper, 13), and she's guessing that, at about four months pregnant, she'll be slightly wider when she walks the red carpet next Friday for the premiere of The X-Files: I Want to Believe. It's the much-anticipated follow-up to the 90's sci-fi TV series that turned Anderson - and her small-screen alter ego, FBI Agent Dana Scully, along with David ... [Continua a leggere]

Cameo

The “X-Files” producer reveals why the movie nearly didn’t happen

It was January 2007, and I was about to give up hope.It was six ears since 20th Century Fox called, asking if we were interested in doing another X-Files feature film. Five years since the television series went off the air. And four years since creator Chris Carter and I labored over the story for the new movie and pitched it to the studio.That was back in 2003. Since then, I had negotiated a deal to cowrite and coproduced the movie, and waited for David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson to close their deals—only to have the whole process derailed when Chris and the studio got into a legal ... [Continua a leggere]

5 Questions with Chris Carter

Fans have really been waiting for this movie. Are you surprised that they’re still interested?Yes… I think the reason we made the movie was because we felt that enthusiasm from the fan base. That being said, I think for this movie to be as successful as Fox would like, we needed to make it a movie that would appeal beyond our fan base, to a broader base, and even to a group of people who didn’t what The X-Files before. I would talk with college juniors, sophomores, freshmen—they were too young to see the show when it was on the air. It started 15 years ago. So, yeah, w ... [Continua a leggere]

Is the Truth Still Out There?

Six Years after leaving the air, The X-Files returns with a new movie – and the set hold more secrets than Area 51.

The van ride to the Vancouver set of “The X-Files: I Want to Believe” feels a lot like what approaching Area 51 must feel like. A mystery awaits, although you’re not at all sure what kind of clues you’ll actually find.The production assistant behind the wheel is perfectly friendly, talking about the weather (cold), the city (growing), and the best place for Chinese food (pretty much anywhere). But when the conversation takes a turn into X-Files territory, he quickly tucks today’s production schedule into his jacket and offers up more news about the weather.Back du ... [Continua a leggere]

Star-crossed LOVERS

The X-Files wasn't just for geeks and nerds. Its slow-burn romance had a broader audience hanging onevery longing look and loaded exchange. Pip Christmass previews the upcoming movie.

When it comes to sci-fi fandom, Star Trek may have first dibs on the world’s most obsessive devotees, but X-Files fanatics aren’t too far behind. Conventions, fan-written fiction, internet forums: you name it, the “X-Philes” were into it. But don’t think this cult-status series, which ran for 10 years between 1992 and 2002, was only for spotty sci-fi geeks and bookish nerds. Cool rock stars loved it too. Self-confessed X-Phile, The Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, penned the theme song for the first X-Files feature film Fight the Future; in 1998, Welsh indie ba ... [Continua a leggere]

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