Gillian Anderson: happier with short-term projects.
The former X-Files star talks to Emine Saner about her new film Sister, whether she believes in extraterrestrials – and if she'll ever get together with Mulder
Gillian Anderson, Rob Brydon and David Walliams to appear in version of Julia Donaldson's book Room On The Broom.
The premier of the half-hour animated special Room On The Broom, will light up faces and warm the cockles of every family on their sofa this Christmas, when it broadcasts as a festive highlight on BBC One.
Full disclosure: We’re big fans of Frank Spotnitz. After all, he spent years as a writer and executive producer on the iconic ‘90s sci-fi droolfest The X-Files and rebooted the creepier-than-creepy thriller Night Stalker for ABC. Though Night Stalker was never really given a proper shot (marketing and time-slot issues), it made for some compelling TV. So imagine our delight when we discovered that Spotnitz was back developing a kick-ass spy thriller called Hunted, starring the lovely Melissa George and airing on Cinemax (go figure!)—did we mention it’s written and set in the U.K.? Snakkle was lucky enough to speak to Spotnitz while he was in town for the Television Critics Association press tour and asked him about working in the U.K. TV system, the genesis of Hunted, casting Melissa George (Alias baddie!), and, of course, his thoughts on a third X-Files movie.
The sci-fi scribe, joining distributor Georgeville TV, will present "The After" to buyers next week.
La celebre Scully di X-Files, al Roma Fiction Fest per ritirare l’Excellence Award, parla del suo ruolo in "Great Expectations", adattamento del classico dell'autore inglese. «Un'esperienza gioiosa»