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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

If the truth really is out there, Mulder and Scully have one more episode to find it. After nine seasons, “The X-Files” will close this Sunday. David Duchovny, who returns for the finale, spoke with NEWSWEEK’s Devin Gordon about saying goodbye.

Can you spill any details about the finale?You know, I had trouble understanding most of it, so I’m not sure how much I can help. It’s a return to what [series creator] Chris Carter calls “the mythology”: certain people in the government—most of whom have Canadian accents, for some reason—are making deals with the aliens to save their own skin.A lot of fans stopped watching the show after you left and that new guy came.I don’t think anybody but my mom stopped watching. Actually not even her. My mom would call me and say, “That Robe ... [Continua a leggere]

The Truth Is X-ed Out There

TV: Spooky, lovable ‘X-Files’ captures Friday night

By Barbara Kantrowitz and Adam Rogers - She’s the skeptic, always looking for a scientific explanation for the seemingly irrational. He’s the believer, willing to accept the concept that some things defy conventional analysis. In their second season on Fox, FBI Special Agents Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) and Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) have turned their weekly investigations of the FBI’s creepiest unsolved cases “The X-Files” into the top show on Friday night for 18-to-49-year-olds, with a loyal base of fans around the world (broadcast rights have been sold in 5 ... [Continua a leggere]



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