How was it working with David Duchovny again? Well David is David, so as you know, he's funny and irreverent and we have a laugh. We laugh about the olden days and about how different it is to do the series as old people. He has a better memory than me so the conversation is usually him being reminded of something we did and me saying, "Really? That happened? In which of the 20,000 episodes?" We definitely stayed closer to set this time round than we used to. I mean, our trailers were where our life happened back in the day! I had a child in mine for one! These days though, after a scene fini ... [Continua a leggere]
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The prevailing feeling one gets after watching the first two hours of NBC’s new series "Crisis," which premieres this Sunday, March 16 at 10pm, is that it’s incredibly tense. Starring Gillian Anderson, Dermot Mulroney and Rachael Taylor, the show feels like it could easily be another crisis-of-the-week episodic thriller, but once you realize that "Crisis" is a serialized drama with a longer endgame, it begins to reveal its true potential and feels much more in line with the network's recent slate of dramas that include the critically acclaimed "Hannibal" (on which Anderson also app ... [Continua a leggere]
Gillian Anderson has been busy since the X-Files ended in 2002, and this spring, she returns to TV in the new NBC drama Crisis, about a group of teens—all children of the Washington D.C. elite—who are kidnapped during a field trip. Anderson plays Meg Fitch, the high-powered CEO of a multinational IT corporation, whose estranged sister (Rachael Taylor) is an FBI agent working on the case. Anderson is also back on NBC’s Hannibal this season, returning as Hannibal’s psychiatrist Bedelia Du Maurier. What’s more, she’s doing another season of her BBC2 crime dram ... [Continua a leggere]
Gillian Anderson has become the American queen of British TV with powerful performances in such classics as Great Expectations and Bleak House. Season 1 of The Fall, her latest Brit hit, a highly praised contemporary crime thriller, has just been released on DVD by Acorn. The X Filesstar talks to TV Guide Magazine about the BBC show as well as her return to U.S. network television and a possible sci-fi project. TV Guide Magazine: In The Fall, You play Stella Gibson, a top London detective tracking a serial killer in Belfast. Why should we buy the DVD?Gillian Anderson: First of all, it's one o ... [Continua a leggere]
Since her breakthrough part, Gillian Anderson has played a series of dark roles, most recently in The Fall. With her latest film showing off her lighter side, she would love to act in a comedy, she tells Alison King
Cast as Special Agent Scully at 24, it is unsurprising that Gillian Anderson left for London at the end of the decade long X-Files series. In the 10 years that followed, Anderson shunned Hollywood and reinvented her career in the UK with low-key roles in film and television costume dramas such as Bleak House, The House of Mirth, The Crimson Petal and the White and Great Expectations. "Every time somebody asks me if I'm interested in doing an iconic literature character, it's really hard to ignore," Anderson explains. Establishing a roster of women as far from Scully as possible – Henrik ... [Continua a leggere]
"The X-Files" reunion at Comic-Con International was easily one of the most anticipated events of the 2013 convention and for fans of the late Fox series, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary, stars Gillian Anderson (Dana Scully), David Duchovny (Fox Mulder), creator Chris Carter and writers/producers Howard Gordon (who went on to co-develop "Homeland"), Vince Gilligan (who created "Breaking Bad") and more did not disappoint. Duchovny and Anderson kicked off "The X-Files" reunion at Comic-Con by "playing" Mulder and Scully again: They came out on stage with flashlights, much to the delig ... [Continua a leggere]
Find out more about 'The Curse Of The Buxom Strumpet'
Gillian Anderson has been appearing on our TV screens rather a lot of late, turning up in NBC's Hannibal and another serial killer series, The Fall, here in the UK. In the Empire Podcast studio to talk about both those shows - as well as a little phenomenon some like to call "The X-Files" - Anderson is frank, funny and slightly forgetful in our hour-long special as she talks about her pub quiz adventures with Simon Pegg, an upcoming project known as 'The Curse Of The Buxom Strumpet' and what X-memorabilia she stole back in the day... ... [Continua a leggere]
Non si fermano le interviste a Gillian Anderson, l’attrice è la star di The Fall - recentemente rinnovato da BBC2 -, guest star di Hannibal e sarà tra i protagonisti della nuova serie Crisis su NBC; Collider ne approfitta per fare il punto sui tanti progetti – incluse le speranze dell’ex agente Scully su un terzo film di X Files. Partiamo da The Fall, Gillian Anderson ribadisce che il suo interesse per la serie è dovuto alla ‘libertà’ concessale dai produttori (l’attrice ha tre figli e vuole stare con loro il più possibil ... [Continua a leggere]
Gillian Anderson Talks THE FALL, Her Attraction to the Characters, HANNIBAL, CRISIS, Her Desire for Another X-FILES Movie, and More
Featuring a truly terrific performance from Emmy award-winner Gillian Anderson, The Fall is a gripping, intelligent and highly addictive psychological thriller (I watched all five hours in one sitting because it’s so engrossing) that forensically examines the lives of two hunters, one of whom is a serial killer (played by Once Upon A Time star Jamie Dornan) that stalks his victims at random, and the other is a high-powered detective superintendent brought in to catch him. It is a high-stakes cat-and-mouse game with twists and turns that unfold until the very end. During this recen ... [Continua a leggere]
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]
Gillian Anderson made her name probing the paranormal, but in new crime drama The Fall, filmed on location in Belfast, she plays a detective hunting a serial killer. The actress tells ALBERTINA LLOYD why she took the part
IN the first episode of The Fall, Gillian Anderson’s police investigator Stella Gibbons is a woman on a mission. After spotting a handsome police officer she likes the look of, she demands to be introduced - and then purposefully tells him which hotel room she is staying in. It’s a far cry from prim FBI agent Dana Scully, who spent years in The X-Files refusing to get too close to her partner Fox Mulder (DavidDuchovny) before she finally gave in to her feelings. “When I’ve been asked about the differences between the two of them, suddenly it occurred to me that Scully ... [Continua a leggere]
Il canale sarà attivo dal 1 giugno. Film e serie tv di genere per un'offerta targata Mediaset.
Gli amanti del crime hanno un nuovo canale sul digitale terrestre a cui fare riferimento. Si tratta di Top Crime (canale 39) e farà parte dell’offerta editoriale targata Mediaset. Come annunciato da Pier Silvio Berlusconi in una conferenza stampa a Cologno Monzese, il canale sarà dedicato al mondo dell’investigazione. Tra le serie che andranno in onda la più importante è sicuramente Hannibal, partita da poche settimane in America su NBC. In palinsesto inoltre ci sarà spazio per film e serie di genere. Tra quest’ultime in programma ci s ... [Continua a leggere]
Ottawa ComicCon 2013 kicks off on Friday at the Ernst & Young Centre. Adam West, best known as Batman and Family Guy’s Mayor Adam West, had to send his regrets due to a fractured back, but the thousands of attendees will have the chance to see Wil Wheaton, Julie Newmar, LeVar Burton and many other stars. Stop by on Saturday or Sunday to see Gillian Anderson, who discusses X-Files, Hannibal and giving back in this edited interview. Q This year marks the 20th anniversary of the X-Files. What stands out most to you in your memories of playing Special Agent Dana Scully? A. That I was ... [Continua a leggere]
Gillian Anderson plays a British detective hunting for a serial killer.
IN THE first episode of The Fall, Gillian Anderson’s police investigator Stella Gibbons is a woman on a mission. After spotting a handsome police officer she likes the look of, she demands to be introduced – and then purposefully tells him which hotel room she is staying in. It’s a far cry from prim FBI agent Dana Scully, who spent years in The X-Files refusing to get too close to her partner Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) before she finally gave in to her feelings. “When I’ve been asked about the differences between the two of them, suddenly it occurred to me that ... [Continua a leggere]
We chat to Bryan Fuller about Hannibal, emulsifying human eyeballs, Lucifer, and elegant vs. exploitation horror…
I have a confession to make. Not one that reflects well on me, but one that bears airing as proof that Hannibal’s Bryan Fuller is a gentleman, a scholar, and - why not - an acrobat. In the window of Covent Garden’s The Hospital Club, the chic venue for our chat with Star Trek: Voyager, Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, and Pushing Daisies writer Bryan Fuller, is a sculpture called Gold Digga. A pair of gilded deer antlers atop a glittery Mondrian painting, it’s a piece about the commodification of art, but to someone – me – fresh from watching episode one of Hannibal, i ... [Continua a leggere]