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TVgen Chat at the X-Files Movie Premiere Party

Michael Leib: Hi folks....Michael Leib here...we are LIVE and right in the center of the maelstrom that is the X-Files premiere party!!! Right now we are in a hangar at the Santa Monica Airport. I can't tell you which one cause it's part of an elaborate conspiracy. The place is completely decked out in X-Files decorations...right down to folks in lab coats serving drinks! It's incredible....laser light shows.....etc. We are right next to the BIG DJ booth. It seems like EVERY DJ in L.A. is here. We're just waiting for David, Gillian and comp ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files Movie Premiere - Interview Transcripts

It's Chris Carter! You've been called the Pope of the Underground. The Pope? Yeah, people depend on you... We work very hard on the show. Whatever success we've achieved is due to the hard work everyone does. One of our users, Gina Galina from Chicago, wants to know why you changed the poster in Mulder's office? There was a little copyright-infringement problem with the original spaceship on that first poster. Why doesn't anybody have sex in the series? It's a TV show. You can't have sex on TV shows. Can you share any secrets of the movie tonight for people who can't see it till next we ... [Continua a leggere]

E! Online Chat with William B. Davis

From dirt_girl: Do you feel your character and Darth Vader are kindred spirits? I hate that question. I'll tell you why I hate that question: Just as there are people who have never seen The X-Files, there are people who have never seen Star Wars! From june: Will they ever reveal your connection to Mulder? My guess is you are related in some way. I don't know whether we will ever know if we are genetically connected, we are emotionally connected. Whether or not we will find out about the biological question, I don't know. From echo2: What do you like most about your CSM role? Hey, it's a ... [Continua a leggere]

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno with David Duchovny

Jay Leno: Okay, my first guest stars in the very popular show, "X-Files." [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] Of course, it is now a movie. "The X-Files" opens June 19th. Please welcome David Duchovny! [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] [PLAYING THE THEME TO THE "X-FILES"] [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] JL: Have a seat. Good to see you. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] You look good. You look in Shape! David Duchovny: Yeah. [EXTENDED CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] It sounds like we got most of the "Re" here today. [They had just shown a clip of people who didn't know the pledge of allegiance-- ... [Continua a leggere]

TNT's Rough Cut Chat with Chris Carter

With a project like this, how do you please yourself as well as all of the fans out there? Well, you always have to please millions of people out there. It's part of the goal. But first you have to please yourself, and luckily, with this show from the very beginning, what I did was write something that pleased me, something that I wanted to do that I liked. I think that's one of the secrets to the success of the show is that I've been able to maintain an enthusiasm because the stories that we write are very interesting to me. Did you always want to turn this into a film? Is it something ... [Continua a leggere]

TNT's Rough Cut Chat with Gillian Anderson

You've inhabited Scully for five years now on television. Is there any difference bringing her to the big screen? Do you present anything differently, or is it just a matter of another episode that lasts two hours this time?I have learned that it is just about doing the same thing. I mean, I think in my mind I had to up the stakes a little bit, and sometimes considerably more and certainly in the film the stakes are considerably higher than they have been in the TV show, but it mostly came down to just doing what I was used to doing and not putting any extra pressure on myself for not ... [Continua a leggere]

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]

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]

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]

TVgen Interview with Chris Carter

TV Guide: Making an X-Files movie during the run of the series could be considered the riskiest thing you've ever done.Chris Carter: I guess the perceived risk is that you can answer too many questions. The X-Files has always been about posing questions, and any time you give an answer, then you pull the rug out from under people. But in a movie, you can't do that. You have to have a beginning, middle and end, and there has to be a big revelation, there has to be something monumental in the movie. Something has to change for the characters. And of course, this is a movie that is going t ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files Expo transcript

X-File Expo March 14th, 1998 Tustin Marine Corp. Base Transcript by Kahunna

Well, after sneaking in a recorder to the Expo at Tustin on Saturday… and then carefully playing it back and typing it up on the computer today, the final project is what is in this and the next 7 posts : a transcript of the Writers Forum. I spent 7 hours in front of my computer typing the following out for you, the good fans of the X-Files.FS – Frank Spotnitz JS – John Shiban VG – Vince Gilligan MC – The Emcee Q – Audience Question [] – audience reaction (unless mentioned otherwise) All three walk out on stage. Frank at stage r ... [Continua a leggere]

People Online’s first conference with “The X-Files” creator Chris Carter

PEOPLE: Hi Chris! Our first question is from New Jersey… Chris? Just type! We can see yr response. Geoff Gould: The Jersey Devil is a completely different entity (feel free to e-mail me and I can send you its complete legend). Also, regarding the “Newark Fluke” episode: there is *no* “Newark County” or “North Orange.” We have Essex County (in which there is the city of Newark) and Orange and the East and West Oranges. Everything but North Orange. Apart from those inaccurate episodes: I love the show and in the TVZONE I scribe its episode ... [Continua a leggere]



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