Archivio Stampa 1998

TNT's Rough Cut Chat with David Duchovny

At the end of the show, there's a certain level of expectation from you guys. Now you've got a movie coming out. Can you talk a little bit about what you were thinking?I think the challenge for everybody was, "How do we make this satisfying for the fans who are numerous and for the non-fans who are numerous, also?" I was actually talking to Téa (Leoni, his wife) when we were doing the film, and I had this thought which was: the people that aren't fans of the show are not just not fans of the show, they are actively not fans of the show. Because we've been doing the show for five ... [Continua a leggere]

The Naked Truth About David Duchovny

Chris Wragge: How about that? You no longer have to work out of the north country. David Duchovny: No, no. I'm working out of my house now. Chris: Working in great old L.A. Have they decided to just come and shoot the "X-Files" at your place now? David: Yeah, that's next. I made such a stink about moving it to L.A. Now I don't even want to drive. I'm like, "Make the show in my house or I'm quitting." Chris: And you've got a big enough place, you could accommodate everyone I'm sure.David: I don't care. It's me. I want the film showing my house. Chris: This is going to be a pretty great ... [Continua a leggere]

Gamespot Interview with Gillian Anderson

Q: With your work moving from TV and film to CD-ROM: First off, does it change, and secondly, how does the electronic industry, the CD-ROM industry, change how you are approaching your craft, your industry, your job?A: OK, let's start with the first question. The CD-ROM was very different than anything I've been involved in before. It wasn't really so much about acting, it was about hitting marks, it was about leading the other characters towards an end, and what that meant was standing in one spot saying the same lines in different ways, or saying lines that were positive and negative ... [Continua a leggere]

E! Online Chat with David Duchovny

You said this movie was going to be a musical...Well, I'm very disappointed. I saw a screening, and all the music was gone--at least all of my singing. The music is great in the film, though. Are you tired of playing Mulder?Well, it's not really the show or Mulder. It's the bare fact of doing the same show and the same part for five years. If you were in a running series of Hamlet for five years, it would be the same thing. I'd be tired of trying to get my mother to admit she slept with my uncle. Or shaking the Cigarette-Smoking Man, trying to get him to admit he slept with my mother. W ... [Continua a leggere]

E! Online Chat with Gillian Anderson

It looked like you got beat up pretty badly making this movie.No, not too badly. I got dragged through some stuff, but I don't think any of it was so uncomfortable that I...well, maybe I'll take that back. It becomes very technical when you're in the middle of it--all about the head position and when to let the goop out of your mouth. What was the goop?Some kind of gelatin in water. Not nice. Sounds like just another day at work for you. Were there many noticeable differences between shooting the movie and making the TV series?The thing that stands out the most is the amount of time it ... [Continua a leggere]

Mr. Showbiz Interview with Gillian Anderson

Is there any risk doing an X-Files movie? There is no risk here. There's a challenge for [screenwriters] Chris [Carter] and Frank [Spotnitz] to come up with a script that appealed to a pre- existing audience and the audience that had never seen the series before. In that sense it's a risk for them and the studio. For me, I was very happy with what I saw. I'm excited about it. Being invaded by an alien virus and turned into a human host looks pretty gross for poor Scully in the picture. How was it being stuck in that sarcophagus? It wasn't fun. I'd rather not do it ... [Continua a leggere]

Scully and Mulder's X-cellent Adventure - David Duchovny

Details - Giugno 1998

For five years, they have fought mutant sewer dwellers, seven-foot she-beasts, and chain-smoking double agents. Now, have alien forces finally taken possession of Scully and Mulder? Rob Tannenbaum goes to the set of the X-Files Movie and investigates the conspiracy surrounding the conspiracy.

David Duchovny doesn't look much better than his costar, and not only because of the bullet wound Fox Mulder has taken just below the hairline. It's Day 54 of the shoot, a Friday in late August, and all during this difficult summer the cast has raced to finish the film in time to start the fifth season of the series. The film--which will be released on June 19, as a bridge to a sixth season starting in the fall--is set partly in the Antarctic, so the crew has built a fake snowscape inside a Hollywood soundstage. Their fabrication appears so genuine, you might almost believe the c ... [Continua a leggere]

Scully and Mulder's X-cellent Adventure - Gillian Anderson

Details - Giugno 1998

For five years, they have fought mutant sewer dwellers, seven-foot she-beasts, and chain-smoking double agents. Now, have alien forces finally taken possession of Scully and Mulder? Rob Tannenbaum goes to the set of the X-Files Movie and investigates the conspiracy surrounding the conspiracy.

Gillian Anderson looks like hell. She's as pale as a mime-school applicant, her delft-blue eyes are underlined with dark blurs, her red hair is as filthy as a mud puddle. She looks like someone you'd see being shoved into a van on Cops. Anderson has to look like this, though, because Dana Scully has just seen as alien.“I've been through some . . . stuff, “ Anderson tells me hesitantly from inside a big parka, and that's the whole of her explanation. “Stuff “ is one of the euphemisms used on the Hollywood set of the X-Files movie, a secretive site of controlled in ... [Continua a leggere]

Moment Of Truth

Expectations are running high as the popular X-Files crosses over from TV to the big screen

HOLLYWOOD — It’s undeniable. The X-Factor truth will be out there in a few weeks. Believe no one until then. Days from now we will discover whether TV’s X-Files will become a movie hit. Opening Friday, Chris Carter’s film creation is a $60-million exercise in Star Trek-like cross-pollination, although unlike Star Trek and The Next Generation, the series is still airing. So like what’s going on? This is clear. The X-Files: Fight The Future tries to exploit what makes the series popular. That would be the unspoken bond between David Duchovny’s Fox ... [Continua a leggere]

Details Magazine

I’m warned about Chris Carter by Duchovny, who knows a lot about misleading exteriors. Inside Carter’s office on the Fox lot, not far away from the [movie] set, the creator of The X-Files seems calmly immune to the rigors of filmmaking. He is a handsome man, graying and shaggy-haired, sitting in an elegantly appointed, shuttered office, bowls of candy and fruit on various dark wood desks, a turquoise surfboard in a corner, an episode mapped out in index cards on a bulletin board. It could be the office of any other successful executive, except for a copy of ... [Continua a leggere]

Mulder and Scully's Make Out Session

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny shared a red-hot kiss on the set of their movie, The X-Files: Fight the Future — but read no further if you want to preserve the surprise.

The famously platonic Mulder and Scully stop just short of smooching in the flick, but the actors took it further during filming, director Rob Bowman tells our Jeanne Wolf. "I can tell you what's not in the film is a blast," he says. "After we did six or seven takes, I said, 'Cut, print. Got it. Thank you very much.' They said, "No, we'd like to go one more time.' So they started the scene. And they got right into the drama, coming closer and closer. And then tongues came out. And then they slapped up against the wall. She drove him up against the wall. Oh, it was fabulous." But wait: It get ... [Continua a leggere]

The S Files

An interview with composer Mark Snow

I recently had the opportunity to talk with Mark Snow regarding his work on the "X Files" television show, and the upcoming feature film. Mr. Snow will be signing copies of his score album to the film on June 6th at 1pm at Creature Features in Burbank, CA. The album arrives in stores on Tuesday, June 2, and the movie opens nationwide on June 19th. Flashing back five years. How did you get involved in "The X-Files"? Did Chris Carter approach you? It was a friend of mine, who was the Executive Producer of "X-Files" in Canada, R.W. Goodwin. He was a producer of TV stuff for quite a while and w ... [Continua a leggere]

TV Guide Interview William B.Davis

TV Guide: So the movie opens with the bombing of a Dallas office building. And then?William B. Davis: [There's a long silence] You're trying to get me to tell you how the movie opens.TVG: But that's in the production notes. It says that Scully and Mulder are investigating a bombed building.WBD: Ah, but you said the movie opens with that.TVG: OK. What do the aliens look like?WBD: I can't tell you that.TVG: What is the government covering up anyway?WBD: I can't tell you that.TVG: In the movie, apparently, David Duchovny has a Chippendale's moment with a hospital gown. Do you fla ... [Continua a leggere]

Interview With Rob Bowman – Producer of the X-Files

The Washington, D.C. Expo was his first. He looked totally exhausted, rumpled and hot. A security guard sat with us for the entire interview. J. Hitchcock: What do you think of it so far? Rob Bowman: Well, let's see. They forgot to pick me up at the airport last night (Security guard) Now, now, we're making good on that tonight. After some good-natured ribbing with the guard, Bowman answers my question. RB: It's a really positive outcome of hanging out in a hotel room in Vancouver for four years. I never thought all this would happen. JH: What do you think of having the Expo here (White ... [Continua a leggere]

50 most beautiful people, 1998

CHRIS CARTER TV PRODUCER Not until he made paranoia and paranormal creepiness prime-time staples did fair-haired surfer dude and The X-Files creator Chris Carter reveal the dark side lurking beneath his shimmery mane. His cult show achieves out-of-this-world ratings, but the former editor of Surfing magazine admits that when he began dealing more with gloom than good vibrations, “a lot of people looked at me and didn’t know where it came from.” Perhaps from beyond? No, from the Los Angeles suburb of Bellflower, where Carter, 41, was voted Mr. Smile and Mr. Fli ... [Continua a leggere]



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