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Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny - Access Hollywood

GA: What was your first impression of me when we met?DD: Let me see if that’s really written.GA: It is, it is!DD: I can picture you were, I think, maybe, maybe I’m making it up. But you were sitting outside Peter Roth’s office where we were gonna go read together for The X-Files. There were two guys and three girls, and we were all going to mix and match. And I went up to you, you were sitting there, I wanted to work on some lines with you, and we ran the lines. And it’s 15 years ago, so I don’t remember exactly. You just said I tried to pick you up, I don’t ... [Continua a leggere]

Scots bring Billy Connolly back down to earth after X Files movie

BILLY CONNOLLY is about to become a proper Hollywood A-Lister thanks to his lead role in the new X Files movie. But Scotland's funniest man is in no danger of letting his success go to his head - because his fellow Scots continually put him in his place. Despite the global stardom, he reckons his twice-yearly trips home keep his feet firmly on the ground because he just isn't seen the same way as "proper" famous people. Billy said: "There was a Scottish girl on the plane when I was flying to London on the way to Vancouver from Scotland. She said, 'I've seen you in films and on TV' and ... [Continua a leggere]

Exclusive Interview : Frank Spotnitz

Frank Spotnitz is as surprised as we are that another ”X-Files” movie is hitting the big screen. CLINT MORRIS talks to the former executive producer of ‘“The X-Files” and the writer/producer of “The X-Files: I Want to Believe‘” about why it took so long for Mulder and Scully to be recommissioned. Did you ever think you’d be talking about another ‘‘X-Files” movie? I have to be honest there was a period of time there where I didn’t think this would ever happen. It was a long time coming. And how did it come togethe ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files: I Want to Believe - Frank Spotnitz Interview

"Science has to be humble in the face of the universe."

Australia, July 20, 2008 - Before it opens later this week, IGN Australia sat down with The X-Files: I Want to Believe's co-writer and producer, Frank Spotnitz, for a chat about the whys and wherefores of the long-awaited next film from the house of X. The long-time co-writer and collaborator with series creator Chris Carter gets into the casting of Billy Connolly, the potential for the sequel, how the film ties into the series and a few more choice nuggets of information that no self-respecting X-Files fan can afford to miss. Enjoy! IGN AU: Season nine ended on a cliff-hanger. Does 'I ... [Continua a leggere]

'X-Files' looking for truth, audience

Psst, the truth is over here. It's tough to find, but in Vancouver, British Columbia, on the P.N.E. Fairgrounds, beyond a roller coaster, past the movie-star trailers and craft-services tent, and on a set designed to resemble a California bungalow, The X-Files is flickering back to life. It's here that the revered TV show's key players -- stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, director Chris Carter and producer Frank Spotnitz -- are reuniting for The X-Files: I Want To Believe. The film, opening Friday, is the second X-Files feature, after The X-Files: Fight the Future (1998), a ... [Continua a leggere]

It's no mystery that 'X-Files' is on the big screen

It's a mystery worthy of Fox Mulder's scrutiny: Why make a theatrical motion picture of that iconic '90s TV series "The X-Files" six years after the last original episode aired? Nobody's doing "Seinfeld: The Movie," "Friends Forever" or "Walker, Texas Ranger, Rides Again." But "The X-Files" is science fiction, and as we know from Trekkies or Trekkers or whatever the FC (fannishly correct) term is these days, sci-fi love never dies. And this past February at the WonderCon convention in San Francisco, those true believers known as X-Philes were sending X's - as in kisses - to the movie's ... [Continua a leggere]


Ask your favourite film & tv characters questions on the red carpet and watch a filmmaker Q&A

The Los Angeles Premiere of The X-Files I Want to Believe will be broadcast here live. Tune in on July 23 at 5:55 PM PST to watch a Q&A with fans at the premiere and Chris Carter, Frank Spotnitz, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. Following the Q&A, we’ll move over to the red carpet where your questions will be relayed to the stars of the film and past television episodes live from the red carpet. You’ll enter the questions in real time through a live chat. Then, watch the questions answered and see the red carpet arrivals via a live webcast. Premiere attendees i ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian’s Still a Bit Spacey

Anderson reprises her role as Agent Dana Scully in 'X-Files' sequel.

Gillian Anderson reprises her role as Agent Dana Scully in "The X-Files: I Want to Believe." She spoke to Ramin Setoodeh. I've got to confess. I don't know anything about "The X-Files." OK. Why is it such a big deal? Ohmygod. You're not going to do this to me, are you? Tell me you're not going to do this. Oh come on! It's been such a long time. Hire somebody that knows enough that we don't have to explain this again. I saw the last movie, but I didn't watch all nine seasons. I mean, nobody did. Did they? Yes. There are some people that did. But that's cool. I love running into people who ha ... [Continua a leggere]

Interview: David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson for ''The X Files: I Want to Believe''

It may be one of the summer's most anticipated films of the year, at least for ardent fans of the Emmy winning TV series. The movie's title, I Want to Believe, refers to Duchovny's Mulder returning to the FBI to help solve the disappearance of an agent. The one clue is in the hands of a psychic priest [Billy Connolly] convicted of pedophilia. At his side is the more cynical pragmatist, Scully [Anderson] ex-lover and partner. The pair seem as comfortable off screen as on. Paul Fischer reports.

Question: Can you talk about getting back into these characters after a five or six year period?Duchovny: Well, I had two weeks before Christmas of basically running around and chasing Callum Rennie who plays the running bad guy that I chase all over the place. That took a good two full weeks of running even though I know it's only about ten seconds in the movie and then Gillian and I started working on it after Christmas break. The first two weeks I felt a little awkward and I didn't really feel like I wanted to do longer scenes. I was just fine running around. Then as soon as Gillian and I s ... [Continua a leggere]

X Files, i cimeli della serie allo Smithsonian American History Museum di Washington

Siete fan di X Files e volete vedere i cimeli della vostra serie preferita? Beh, dall’altro ieri potete farlo, visto che alcuni ‘reperti’ della serie cult sono entrati nella collezione dello Smithsonian American History Museum di Washington.

A donare al museo alcuni gadget e diverse foto dal set è stato il creatore di X Files, Chris Carter, che (malpensiamo) ha approfittato dell’occasione per pubblicizzare il film, “X Files – I want to Believe“, in uscita nei cinema americani il 25 luglio. Allo Smithsonian, tornando a noi, sarà inaugurata una sezione dedicata alla serie, che sarà possibile visitare in autunno: tra i cimeli, una sceneggiatura originale, una statua aliena, una collana di Scully, lo stiletto usato per uccidere gli alieni ‘travestiti’, il poster origina ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson & David Duchovny reopen the 'X-Files'

There is at least one secret Gillian Anderson can reveal about "The X-Files: I Want to Believe." For Anderson, returning to play Agent Dana Scully, the role that made the 39-year-old actress famous, is what was really scary. "I found it quite tricky over the first couple of days to slide back into it," says Anderson. "It was kind of unexpected and a bit freakish for me." Freakish, that is, until the first scene that reunited her with Duchovny, aka Agent Fox Mulder. It was innocuous - just a brief conversation between the two agents as they walked down the hallway at FBI headquarters. But ... [Continua a leggere]


THE STARS OF THE X FILES: The long anticipated X-Files movie hits the box-office on July 25th. While the film’s story line is being kept under tight wraps, it has been revealed that the story line focuses around the complicated relationship between David Duchovny’s Fox Mulder and Gillian Anderson’s Dana Scully. The stars of the TV show and film will speak to EARLY SHOW Entertainment Contributor and People Magazine Senior Editor Jess Cagle about reprising their roles on the big screen. We’ll see if we can uncover more details about this mysterious film… The ... [Continua a leggere]

Welcome back, Scully!

Gillian Anderson says hello to a new baby - and a new X-Files movie.

It's 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and Gillian Anderson can't believe that her 18-month old has been napping for three hours. Babies are a major theme in Anderson's life these days. At 39, the actress is expecting her third child (she also has a daughter, Piper, 13), and she's guessing that, at about four months pregnant, she'll be slightly wider when she walks the red carpet next Friday for the premiere of The X-Files: I Want to Believe. It's the much-anticipated follow-up to the 90's sci-fi TV series that turned Anderson - and her small-screen alter ego, FBI Agent Dana Scully, along with David ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files Makes History

The longrunning science fiction television phenomenon The X-Files will reappear after a six-year hiatus in a second film to be released in theaters next week. But the show that brought to life Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully and added "The Truth Is out There" and "I Want to Believe" to pop lexicon is also finally showing its age. This morning X-Files director/writer/producer Chris Carter was at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History to present a series of items from the show to be placed on exhibit when the museum reopens this fall. The items signed over to the Smiths ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files Artifacts at the Smithsonian

The setting was almost too perfect. In order to get to the ceremony for the donation of X-Files artifacts and memorabilia I had to go into the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of American History through the "staff health center" entrance inside the parking lot and be escorted to the event by an intern who took me through eerily empty exhibition halls, all the items disassembled and covered with plastic sheets. What would Mulder and Scully say? Is the truth out there? The museum is closed to the public for renovations (or so they say...) but the donation of this important collection w ... [Continua a leggere]



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