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51 TV Writers Reveal Their Favorite Thing They’ve Ever Written

The brains behind Lost, Sex and the City, The X-Files, Empire, Pushing Daisies, and dozens of other beloved shows singled out the line, scene, twist, or episode that’s closest to their heart.

[...] 7. Chris Carter, The X-Files The fourth season of The X-Files was maybe the most intense and difficult season of the show. There was a feature film in the works, a second TV show (Millennium), and right about Christmastime the usual desperation to go somewhere to relax. Typically that meant writing without the phones ringing, and this holiday was no different. My wife and I had gone to Hawaii, where the goal was wake early to rewrite Episode 14, plot the movie with Frank Spotnitz in the afternoon and try to enjoy ourselves otherwise. The best laid plans. My wife got sick, the w ... [Continua a leggere]

‘The X-Files’ Revival Adds Aliza Vellani In Mystery Role

Canadian actress Aliza Vellani has been cast in a mystery guest-starring role on Fox’s The X-Files, TVWise has confirmed. The six episode revival is just about to enter production in Vancouver, Canada for a January 24th premiere. Scant details are available about the role that Vellani will play, with no one prepared to say much of anything on-the-record. The most I was able to get out of one source was that the character is a guest lead in the “best traditions of The X-Files”. It was Vellanni’s agent Emilio Salituro, of the Vancouver based Lucas Talent, who first ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny on His The X-Files Rituals and Why Aquarius Is Prime for Binging

David Duchovny is having a moment, for lack of a better term. The Golden Globe-winning star is returning to TV with Aquarius, NBC's splashy new drama set in the sensational 1960s, his first album, Hell or Highwater, dropped this May and his first book, Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale, came out this past February. Oh, he's also returning to the role that made him a household name, suiting up once again as Fox Mulder in The X-Filesfor six episodes on Fox this coming January. Yeah, a moment is kind of an understatement. So is he crazed? "Oddly enough, not really," he told E! News at the NBC U ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson's about to reopen 'The X-Files,' and she knows it won't be easy

Gillian Anderson says that until this interview (which began precisely at 9:42 p.m. May 19) she hadn't really thought about what it will mean to play Dana Scully again -- what it will feel like, how difficult it could be. But it's time. She can't avoid it any longer. No more time for "denial," as she calls it. No more ignoring the inevitable: Just days after her weekend trip to Dallas for Fan Expo Comic Con at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, she and David Duchovny will return to Vancouver yet again in search of the truth.... and a proper farewell. "At the end of the day I thought ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files: David Duchovny says the new script made him cry

'X-Files' star talks Fox's eagerly awaited revival—and says he's up for a second season

David Duchovny says the first page of The X-Files revivial script made him cry—and it’s fantastic. “I got the first script this morning,” the actor told EW during a recent interview. “I just read it about an hour ago and I started crying reading the first page. It was just so strange to see the names on the page. It had nothing to do with the script itself. It was just like, I’d been talking about this for a long time. We’d been planning it for a long time. It took a long time to get all the people in the same place and get the deal with Fox. So let&r ... [Continua a leggere]


David Duchovny talks debut album, his feelings 'X-Files' script

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Whether you remember him as FBI agent Mulder from "The X-Files" or the womanizing novelist Hank Moody on "Californication," David Duchovny wants you to know him as something else: The 54-year old actor recently released his first album, "Hell or Highwater." The actor-director claims he's never set out to do pursue a career in music. He credits his children for sending him in a new direction. "I'm always telling them to try new things, but that's BS because I don't try new things," he said. So he took his own advice: He learned to play guitar and began writing and playing hi ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny says X-Files reboot will be a mix of monsters and mythology

Ever since Fox announced that it was bringing back The X-Files, fans have been wondering what would be in store for the show’s return. Would the six-episode season (kicking off Jan. 24) center on the show’s mythology of alien conspiracy and abduction or focus more on the stand-alone monster of the week formula we saw when the drama first hit the air back in 1993? Well, now the truth about The X-Files reboot is out there thanks to star David Duchovny, or at least what he senses is the truth (these things are always a bit murky). Duchovny stopped by Entertainment Weekly Radio (Siriu ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson kiss, sing, toy with our feelings in surprise X-Files reunion

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson treated fans to what we can only hope is a preview of the upcoming X-Files revival on Tuesday night. Performing songs from his new album Hell or Highwaterat The Cutting Room in New York, Duchovny was joined onstage by his once and future Scully, who stopped for a quick kiss as she made her way to the mic.   “Can we play some real music, please?” Anderson asked.    The two proceeded to sing and dance their way through a cover of Neil Young’s “Helpless,” whispering and exchanging a fist bump ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny on Learning to Sing, His Album, and the X-Files Revival

"I didn't do it to be a rock star."

David Duchovny, troubadour? Yes, the former G-man is releasing an album. Of music. He's just as surprised as you are. After hanging up Hank Moody's black T-shirt on Californication, the actor picked up a guitar for his self-penned debut Hell or Highwater, out today, and the rock album features his brooding musings on pride, loss, and lots of remorse. (Sample lyric: "I see the sky in the ocean/The rise and the fall/What my mind regrets my heart accepts/Passing witness to the crazy costume ball.") Yet he might also be the most self-deprecating musician alive, admitting that he's never done karao ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny Really Just Wants to Sing

He has a new show, a novel and an 'X-Files' revival – and a debut album called 'Hell or Highwater'

As of a few years ago, David Duchovny had never played guitar, and he had barely sung a note in public since flunking a choir audition as a kid. So he was as surprised as anyone to find himself recording what turned out to be a likable, lyrically tart, vaguely Wilco-ish debut album, Hell or Highwater, due out May 12th. It started when his split from wife Tea Leoni left the 54-year-old actor with unaccustomed free time, thanks to joint custody of his two kids: "I thought, 'Maybe I can learn to play guitar to amuse myself,' " says Duchovny, who's starring in a new NBC series, Aquariu ... [Continua a leggere]

FOX ANNOUNCES NEW PRIMETIME SERIES FOR 2015-2016 SEASON

FOX ANNOUNCES NEW PRIMETIME SERIES FOR 2015-2016 SEASON   ONE NEW COMEDY-HORROR ANTHOLOGY, FOUR NEW COMEDIES, FOUR NEW DRAMAS AND ONE NEW EVENT SERIES JOIN SCHEDULE   ALL-NEW TUESDAY BEGINS THIS FALL WITH JOHN STAMOS COMEDY “GRANDFATHERED,” “THE GRINDER,” STARRING ROB LOWE AND FRED SAVAGE, AND RYAN MURPHY’S COMEDY-HORROR SERIES “SCREAM QUEENS”   FUTURISTIC CRIME DRAMA “MINORITY REPORT” AND MIAMI-SET PROCEDURAL “ROSEWOOD,” FEATURING MORRIS CHESTNUT, TO DEBUT THIS FALL   THRILLING EVENT SERIES “THE X-FILE ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny Talks Debut Album, Flower Power, and New ‘X-Files’

We are living in a golden age of David Duchovny. Since wrapping his Showtime series “Californication” last year, he has released his first novel, “Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Daily Tale,” shot all 13 episodes of NBC’s upcoming ’60s period cop drama “Aquarius,” and is prepping to reprise his role as Fox Mulder on the limited-run “X-Files” reboot. First up, though, is his debut LP “Hell or Highwater.” And if you never thought you’d hear the words “David Duchovny” paired with “musician,” he’s r ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files: Joe Harris talks X-Files Season 10 and the Revival

We spoke with the writer of The X-Files Season 10 comic book series about the future of The X-Files.

This is probably one of the most exciting recent times for fans of The X-Files, aside from the release of the two features, Fight The Future in 1998 and I Want To Believe in 2008. Up until last year, there had been little talk of a revival, but the The X-Files comic book series from IDW Publishing, which was promoted as Season 10, and executively produced by Chris Carter and written by Joe Harris, had generated a lot of attention from passionate fans. Harris, a native New Yorker, is known for his graphic novel for Image comic Great Pacific, as well as co-writing and conceiving the film D ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files characters could come back from ‘dead’

Local actors made their marks in five B.C.-filmed seasons

A steady throng of Vancouver actors turned up as guest stars during five B.C.-filmed seasons of The X-Files. The more memorable among them were brought back as recurring characters. Not even onscreen deaths will keep some of those recurring characters from showing up again in the upcoming six-episode X-Files reboot. “As we say on The X-Files, even when you’re dead you’re not dead,” Carter said. “I can tell you that there’s a distinct possibility that you will be seeing many of the regulars that you came to know, whom we cast in Vancouver.” Carter li ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files digitally restored for Netflix

illuminate has completed a digital restoration of the iconic TV series, The X-Files. Retransferred from the camera-original negative, the show’s entire 201 episodes have been reassembled in HD using illuminate’s proprietary iConform technology. All nine seasons of The X-Files have now been released on Netflix. iConform, illuminate’s proprietary software, was used to automatically edit together scanned camera-original negatives using existing reference material, but without the need for an EDL. With the resulting scans, illuminate then applied color correction and other enh ... [Continua a leggere]

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