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XFN's play by play

Since everything is crashing around us, I'll see if i can post some play by play here.  XFN will have an official report done up tomorrow or Monday.(I will be updating this as time goes on, so simply keep an eye on this article...) These updates coming from Erin..(and good lord repeating this i feel like CNN on sept 11th.)1. TRAILER! OMG the crowd is going CRAZY.2. CC is taking pics of the crowd! 3. GA was just talking. people are cracking up. First question: what was it like getting back into the roles of mulder and scully? 4. GA answered first, DD second - right now. I can't make out ex ... [Continua a leggere]

WonderCon 2008

[...] 2:00-3:15 20th Century Fox: The X-Files and ShutterThe truth is out there, again—finally! A new motion picture based on the phenomenally popular, award-winning series The X-Files is in production. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson—making their first-ever joint convention appearance—join director-writer-producer Chris Carter and writer-producer Frank Spotnitz to share their thoughts about the long-awaited film, and answer your questions. ... [Continua a leggere]

Nuove conferme per il film arrivano direttamente da David Duchovny: già in sala nel 2008

X-Files 2 - Anche l'ultima volta la conferma era arrivata direttamente da David Duchovny, ma per tre mesi si erano perse le tracce dei rumor sul lungometraggio dedicato alla fortunata serie televisiva X-Files. Lo scorso 14 luglio però l'agente Mulder ha riacceso le speranze dei fan di tutto il mondo sbilanciandosi ancora di più; l'attore infatti ha raccontato che la sceneggiatura è praticamente pronta.Squadra che vince… - Per prima cosa Duchovny ha confermato che esiste già una sceneggiatura scritta dal creatore di x-files Chris Carter insieme al socio storic ... [Continua a leggere]


Several people have e-mailed to ask about reports that the second "X-Files" feature is finally in the works. A script is indeed in development, but I'm afraid that's all I can say. Thanks for your good wishes and support all these years. ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files: il film si farà!

La conferma arriva da David Duchovny, presto nuovi misteri sul grande schermo.

Aria di novità - Buone nuove per gli orfani di X-Files. Dopo i primi rumors circolati la scorsa estate che contenevano dichiarazioni promettenti Gillian "Scully" Anderson e del produttore esecutivo Frank Spotnitz adesso arriva anche la conferma di David Duchovny. L'agente Fox Mulder infatti ha confermato l'intenzione di fare il film e - udite udite - potrebbe essere nelle sale già nel 2008! Questo film, oltre alla partecipazione dei due protagonisti storici, vedrà anche lo stesso team dietro allo schermo con Chris Carter alla produzione, Rob Bowman alla regia e Frank Spotn ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files, in preparazione il secondo film?

Frank Spotnitz, uno degli sceneggiatori storici della serie, sta scrivendo la sceneggiatura

Frank Spotnitz, ovvero una delle menti che stavano dietro la creazione di gran parte della mitologia di X-Files, ha detto a Sci Fi Wire che ha firmato un contratto per partecipare alla stesura della sceneggiatura del secondo film basato sulla serie.X-Files, lo ricordiamo, è stato chiuso dopo la fine della nona stagione, e in un certo senso è stato quasi cancellato dall'esistenza. Secondo alcuni l'11 settembre ha reso per un certo periodo molto poco attraente per gli americani una serie che parlava di cospirazioni governative, e anche dopo qualche tempo, comunque, l'argomento ha f ... [Continua a leggere]

No Aliens for X-Files 2

When we last heard an update on X-Files 2, Rob Bowman — who directed Fight the Future and hopes to helm the sequel — said the project was waiting on a script from Chris Carter, creator of the X-Files and Millennium television series. Bowman also suggested that the new film would be a stand-alone story, rather than continuing the conspiracy theme of the show's later seasons and X-Files: Fight the Future.We're still waiting on that script, but it sounds like someone's going to get going on it soon. According to Sci Fi Wire, Frank Spotnitz has taken on the job of producing a screenpla ... [Continua a leggere]

On DVD, 'The Lone Gunmen' Return to Life

Yes, they're dead -- or at least as dead as anyone in "X-Files" creator Chris Carter's universe -- but the conspiracy-hunting, computer-geek trio known as the Lone Gunmen is back on America's TV screens, for the price of a DVD box set, that is.On Tuesday, March 29, 2005, a little more than four years after it premiered on FOX, "The Lone Gunmen," the short-lived "X-Files" spin-off, comes out in a three-disc (using double-sided discs) DVD box set from Fox Home Entertainment.Along with all 13 original episodes -- plus "Jump the Shark," a season-nine "X-Files" episode that concludes the Gunmen's p ... [Continua a leggere]

Spotnitz Investigates More X-Files

"The X-Files" producer Frank Spotnitz has his own production company website for Big Light Productions, and has posted something in his blog about the next movie.Seems a fan ran into David Duchovny at a benefit on October 2 and asked him what’s the status of the next X-Files movie. Duchovny seemed really positive about it being completed in the next year and out in theatres in two years. Was he correct? Here's what Spotnitz says: "I’m happy to confirm – as David [Duchovny] has in several interviews – that the rumors about a second X-Files feature film are true. ... [Continua a leggere]

'X-Files' creator to direct British thriller

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter is set to make his feature directing debut with a movie based on Philip Kerr's sci-fi thriller "A Philosophical Investigation."Set in the near future, "Investigation" tells the story of a government-run genetic testing unit that assists law enforcement agencies in listing and tracking down those with a predisposition to violence. A female Scotland Yard inspector is drawn into a cat-and-mouse game when a sociopathic computer expert finds that he's on the list and decides to protect the rest of society by killing the others.Th ... [Continua a leggere]

Directing X-Files

Kim Manners looks into his monitors as yet another take is completed on "Audrey Pauley," episode 13 of the ninth season of The X-Files. "Cut — Print it! Next!" he yells after doing that little karate move with his hands that everybody around the set imitates. The crew immediately picks up and begins to arrange the next setup, seemingly willing to do anything to 'Mind Their Manners.' The director comfortably steps aside for an interview as his crew happily prepares another shot. It's a virtual Kim Manners Love fest on Stage 5 at 20th Century-Fox. Actress Annabeth Gish (Agent Monica Reyes ... [Continua a leggere]

Humanitas Master Writers Workshop transcript

I attended the Humanitas Master Writers Workshop in Los Angeles Tuesday night, at which Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz were the speakers. The Humanitas Workshops are presented monthly from September through May and feature noted television and film writers as speakers. The Workshops are open to Writers Guild members and other professional-level writers. (Humanitas is an organization founded by Father Ellwood “Bud” Kieser which recognizes the writers of television and film scripts that explore the nature of human values — they present the Humanitas Prize ev ... [Continua a leggere]

The Next Files

The Official Magazine: How is Season Seven progressing? Spotnitz: If there’s anything I’ve learned, [it's that] I really don’t see what it’s like until the end. You look back and say, “That’s what this year was really [like].” It’s kind of hard when you’re in the midst of it. X-Files Magazine: Will this be the final year for The X-Files? Spotnitz: Nobody knows. It’s David’s last year in his contract. It’s Chris’ last year in his contract. I’m told Gillian has one more year, although ... [Continua a leggere]

Harsh Decision

It was news that shocked everyone. After only three weeks, Chris Carter’s fledgling series Harsh Realm was cancelled.

The initial episodes of the high-concept sci-fi/action show adapted from Andrew Paquette and James Hudnall’s comic book of the same name had received critical praise for its ambition but low ratings. Fox executives concerned about how their fall line-up would fare against that of other networks abruptly cancelled the series, explains executive producer Frank Spotnitz. “It goes without saying, I think it was a terrible decision made by people who were panicked,” Spotnitz says. “I think if these people had been in charge when The X-Files launched, X-Files w ... [Continua a leggere]

1999 The Year That Changed Movies: Burning Question

Q: In The X-Files’ season premiere (Nov. 14), Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) undergoes an elaborate and dangerous medical procedure that has all sorts of important repercussions for him, not to mention the future of the world. *So what exactly did they do to Mulder?* A: The truth, says X-Files executive producer Frank Spotnitz, is back there – two seasons back to be exact. That’s when Mulder was infected by the black oil (remember?). Although it seemed at the time that the alien virus had been cleared from his system, it was actually just lying dormant – unt ... [Continua a leggere]



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