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David Duchovny on Learning to Sing, His Album, and the X-Files Revival

"I didn't do it to be a rock star."

David Duchovny, troubadour? Yes, the former G-man is releasing an album. Of music. He's just as surprised as you are. After hanging up Hank Moody's black T-shirt on Californication, the actor picked up a guitar for his self-penned debut Hell or Highwater, out today, and the rock album features his brooding musings on pride, loss, and lots of remorse. (Sample lyric: "I see the sky in the ocean/The rise and the fall/What my mind regrets my heart accepts/Passing witness to the crazy costume ball.") Yet he might also be the most self-deprecating musician alive, admitting that he's never done karao ... [Continua a leggere]

Q&A: Gillian Anderson Is Chasing the Bad Guys Once Again

It's been 20 years since Gillian Anderson first picked up the FBI badge and flashlight as Special Agent Dana Scully on The X-Files. Since the series ended, we were more likely to find her on PBS or the BBC than on any major network. That, thankfully, is about to change as she returns to NBC. First in a guest arc on Hannibal (Thursday nights) and later this fall when her pilot Crisis airs. To sate us in the meantime, she's getting back into Scully mode, tracking down a serial killer on the British miniseries The Fall, which will be coming to Netflix May 28. Consider this your much-belated Gilli ... [Continua a leggere]

Alien Affair

Six years after last joining forces with Fox Mulder in The X-files, agent Dana Scully is back. And Esquire is more than happy to see her return.

Whatever the stars say, it is possible to make a decision when it comes to fame: the kind of attention a person gets is as much down to them as it is to the men with the long lenses, and Gillian Anderson is the living proof of it. We meet for lunch in a loud restaurant in a London market, and from our table, I watch her arrival. She comes in a cab, and when she gets out, delicately stepping over a yellowing cabbage leaf as she does, no one gives her so much as a second glace. Why? Because she isn’t making a fuss. No baseball cap, no sunglasses, no beefy giant to open car doors. Later, wh ... [Continua a leggere]



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