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David Duchovny And Gillian Anderson On "The X-Files": The Truth Is In Here

The statement “absence makes the heart grow fonder” certainly rings true in the case of The X-Files. The groundbreaking sci-fi horror drama went off the air in May 2002 and spawned two films — one in 1998 and a second in 2008 — but the return of the beloved series has garnered so much fan love that it has turned into one of TV’s most anticipated events of the winter. “I think of it as a 13-year commercial break,” series creator Chris Carter said in a statement. “The good news is, the world has only gotten that much stranger, a perfect time to tel ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files: Re-Opened, uno speciale in anteprima sulla miniserie-evento

Lo speciale Re-Opened ci porta per oltre venti minuti sul set della nuova miniserie-evento di X-Files, in arrivo a gennaio su FOX in contemporanea con gli Usa.

Un conto è sapere che Mulder e Scully stanno per tornare in tv. Un altro conto è trovarsi di fronte i protagonisti di X-Files che parlano della miniserie-evento pronta a riportare sul piccolo schermo una delle serie più amate di tutti i tempi. Chris Carter, creatore della serie, insieme a David Duchovny e Gillian Anderson, gli interpreti di Mulder e Scully, ci raccontano la storia della serie: cosa sono gli X-Files, come si è evoluto il rapporto fra Mulder e Scully, cos'hanno provato gli interpreti a rivestire i panni dei loro personaggi più famosi.&nbs ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny parla del ritorno di X-Files con la miniserie-evento

In un'intervista a TVLine, David Duchovny parla della miniserie-evento in arrivo a gennaio. E anticipa il titolo del suo episodio preferito fra i sei che vedremo.

Ormai manca poco, meno di un mese. Dopo 14 anni e due film, X-Files sta per tornare in tv con la miniserie-evento che FOX trasmetterà in contemporanea con gli Usa. Impossibile, per ogni fan della serie culto di Chris Carter, non chiedersi cosa si provasse a entrare nel mito, interpretando uno dei personaggi più celebri e amati di tutta la storia della tv. Uno come Fox Mulder, che per anni ha vissuto in prima persona storie fantastiche, emozionanti, spaventose, indimenticabili. Impossibile anche non domandarsi cosa ci aspetta in questa nuova avventura, e se ritrove ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files' David Duchovny on His 'Shorthand' With Gillian Anderson, Favorite Revival Episode

It’s been 14 years since David Duchovny‘s truth-seeking, pencil-tossing, Scully-crushing FBI Special Agent Fox William “Spooky” Mulder last appeared on the small screen, a drought that will end on Sunday, Jan. 24 with the premiere of Fox’s six-episode revival of The X-Files. In the following Q&A with TVLine, the 55-year-old actor — and current star of NBC’s Aquarius — reflects on his X-Files past “difficulties” with leading lady Gillian Anderson (yes, we said past), present affection for playing Mulder and the future of the franc ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files' David Duchovny on His 'Shorthand' With Gillian Anderson, Favorite Revival Episode

It’s been 14 years since David Duchovny‘s truth-seeking, pencil-tossing, Scully-crushing FBI Special Agent Fox William “Spooky” Mulder last appeared on the small screen, a drought that will end on Sunday, Jan. 24 with the premiere of Fox’s six-episode revival of The X-Files. In the following Q&A with TVLine, the 55-year-old actor — and current star of NBC’s Aquarius — reflects on his X-Files past “difficulties” with leading lady Gillian Anderson (yes, we said past), present affection for playing Mulder and the futu ... [Continua a leggere]

'The X-Files' Star Mitch Pileggi Previews Skinner's Return

"If it continues, I'll always want to do this character," Pileggi tells THR. "Whether [Carter] wants me to do it or not, or whether he has things for me to do are another thing."

When The X-Files revival launches in January, Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) will have a familiar face in their corner: Mitch Pileggi's Skinner. Skinner — who was the duo's FBI boss for most of the Fox drama's nine seasons — has been a key fixture in the X-Files universe. And for Pileggi, he also has the distinction of being the only person (outside of Anderson and Duchovny) who appeared all nine seasons of the series and both feature films. (And he also appeared in the one-season X-Files spinoff, The Lone Gunmen.) With the revival around the corner, THR ca ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files - Genesi di un mito

Chris Carter ha mescolato poliziesco, fantascienza e molto altro per dar vita a una serie immortale.

Negli anni '20 i robot di Metropolis, il capolavoro di Fritz Lang, impersonavano il desiderio di progresso e l'amore per la tecnologia, destinato a crescere anno dopo anno. Negli anni '50 l'America esorcizzava la paura dell'invasore, il nemico comunista, attraverso i film di fantascienza. Negli anni '70 la paura era quella del diverso, dell'alieno, dell'ignoto. Il mostro di Alien la incarnava e apriva la strada al Terminator, protagonista del decennio successivo, e a uno spaventoso Giorno del Giudizio in cui le macchine avrebbero sopraffatto l'uomo. Poi arrivarono gli anni '90 e un ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files Revival: Glimmer of hope for special agents Mulder and Scully

MULDER and Scully might have split, but the cult sci-fi characters are “desperate” to find a reason to get back together when they return to the small screen next year.

Speaking ahead of the hyped television revival of the 1990s cult hit The X-Files, creator Chris Carter described the new relationship between his famed special agents as “rocky”, but offered a glimmer of hope for a reunion. Carter also revealed the six-part reboot series will tackle issues of terrorism in one episode, as well as returning to its base plot of government conspiracy. The series, which originally aired from 1993 to 2002, relied heavily on the sexual tension-fuelled platonic relationship between the two main characters who eventually became a couple by the end of the ... [Continua a leggere]

The HFPA Investigates The X-Files

There are successful shows, popular shows and then there are iconic shows. The X-Files undoubtedly belongs to the latter, a rarefied category of series that changed the face of television and, during its original 9 run, arguably, popular culture. So, seldom has a reboot been so intensely anticipated. A group of HFPA journalists recently had access to the top-secret Vancouver set. Elisabeth Sereda recaps what we know so far … and what we can expect.

Trust no one. Least of all anyone who tells you so called secrets about the new X-Files. And do not think for a minute that any of the just revealed posters will, in fact, reveal anything other than that they are wonderfully designed art. Whether it is the group shot, the smoking man or the spooky shadows of the two protagonists with the flashlight. The only thing illuminating is – perhaps – the new trailer where Mulder warns that we have never been in more danger. Oh yes, and there’s a monster so maybe the 2012 alien invasion never happened. The X-Files revival&rs ... [Continua a leggere]

Meet the Woman Who Keeps 'The X-Files' Scientifically Sound

Anne Simon—the virologist who served as a science consultant on the original 'X-Files' and helped write the upcoming miniseries—talks the science that made you want to believe.

Anne Simon grew up the daughter of Hollywood sci-fi writer Mayo Simon, who wrote classic cult films like Futureworld and the Saul Bass acid-tripfest Phase IV. He also got to interview Apollo astronauts and meet with some of the smartest scientists of his day. It's fitting, then, that the younger Simon ended up not only becoming one of the smartest scientists of her day, but also serving as a consultant on a little TV program called the X-Files, helping showrunner Chris Carter maintain an undercurrent of science over which the show's forays into the bizar ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files: Glen and Darin Morgan Come Home

During the X-Files writers panel at EW Fest, Glen and Darin Morgan discussed their re-opening of The X-Files.

Chris Carter wanted to come back to The X-Files only if there was an original idea that could “update” the series -- rather than reboot or revive as we’ve labeled it for months. Yet in telling new X-Files stories, Carter found comfort in old friends, who found beats in old conspiracies that still resonate today. During the “The Inside The X-Files Writers’ Room” Panel at EW Fest, Carter sat down with X-Files writers Glen and Darin Morgan, who penned many of the series’ iconic episodes, to talk about the writing process for the 6-episode miniseries. &l ... [Continua a leggere]

'X-Files' creator: Here's why there are fewer alien believers today

Blame technology.

Fox is bringing The X-Files back to television for the first time since 2002 with a six-episode run that debuts Jan. 24. The show’s creator, Chris Carter, made the trek to New York Comic Con to premiere the first episode, “My Struggle,” for approximately 800 fans on Oct. 10. Given the fan reaction, as well as the critical acclaim that followed the show’s world premiere at MIPCOM in Cannes, France on Oct. 6, this likely won’t be the last we see of agents Fox Mulder (played by David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson). After nine seasons on Fox FOX 0.53& ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files Creator Chris Carter Doesn’t Want You to Call the Show’s Return a ‘Reboot’

What's in a name? To X-Files creator Chris Carter, that's a loaded question. Fans are calling the show's six-episode January return all sorts of things: reboot, revival, miniseries. None of those seems accurate, Carter said Saturday during the show's EW Fest panel with veteran X-Files writers (and brothers) Glen Morgan and Darin Morgan. “‘Reboot’sounds cheesy. I don't like any of those words,” Carter said. “I call it ‘programming by feather duster.’ If you've liked this before, you'll like it again. I think none of us wanted to come back if it was ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files at EW Fest: 7 things we learned

X-Files fans got a glimpse inside the writers’ room on Saturday at EW Fest — not that the groundbreaking sci-fi series ever had a writers’ room in a traditional sense. As executive producer/ writer Glen Morgan, who is returning for the show’s new season in January, recalled, the writers rarely broke stories in a group, working instead out of boxy offices or each other’s backyards. But out of the series’ regular group of writers came a number of TV’s biggest influencers, including Vince Gilligan (Breaking Bad) and Frank Spotnitz (Man in ... [Continua a leggere]

'The X-Files': Chris Carter on the Franchise's Future, Who He Wanted for Reboot

"I jumped at the idea when I found out the actors were interested," Carter tells THR. "I can tell you the idea of a reboot wasn't the way I wanted to go. I didn't want to come back to do a victory lap, to do sequels, or anything like that. I wanted fresh, new material and that's what we've done."

It's been a whirlwind year for The X-Files creator Chris Carter.  Fox first announced its hopes to revive the groundbreaking series during its winter TCA session; the order was official by March. Because of stars David Duchovny (Mulder) and Gillian Anderson's (Scully) busy schedules and other commitments, the series started filming only a few months later. ‎And about six weeks after production wrapped, the team premiered the first hour with splashy — and high-stakes — debuts at MIPCOM and New York Comic Con.  Now, wi ... [Continua a leggere]



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