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Why Gillian Anderson Is TV's Reigning Queen, Balancing Three Series

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]

The Second Act of Gillian Anderson

The photo assistant is a fan of “The X-Files.” The whole room is. But the photo assistant is the first to speak up. “Would you mind…” he says, apologetically holding up a camera. Gillian Anderson obliges, posing genteelly. That’s when the floodgates break open. A single-file line forms for selfies with Scully. Of course, Anderson is no longer Dr. Dana Scully, not by a long shot. In fact, Anderson has led a fruitful career since the end of the beloved conspiracy show. Currently, Anderson is hostile CEO Meg Fitch on NBC’s action-packed hostage mystery ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson: My Kids Don’t Know I’m An Actress

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]

The X-smiles: Gillian Anderson shows her lighter side

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]

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]

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]

'Crisis': NBC Orders Drama Starring Gillian Anderson, Dermot Mulroney

"Crisis" is coming to NBC. The conspiracy drama from Rand Ravich stars "X-Files" veteran Gillian Anderson as the CEO of a conglomerate whose daughter is abducted along with her classmates. Rachael Taylor, who recently appeared in "666 Park Avenue" on ABC, plays Anderson's estranged sister, an FBI agent. NBC's "Crisis" also stars Dermot Mulroney, James Lafferty, Max Martini, Stevie Lynn Jones and Halston Sage. Here's the logline for NBC's "Crisis" via The Hollywood Reporter: "When Washington's most powerful players are pulled into an international conspiracy, an unlikely puppeteer will bring ... [Continua a leggere]

NBC New Series Pickups: Sean Hayes, DJ Nash, ‘Crisis’, ‘About A Boy’, ‘Believe’

2ND UPDATE: Joining the group of newly picked up NBC series is DJ Nash comedy The Family Guide. This is it for NBC’s first batch of new series pickups. Waiting word are several top contenders, including Sony’s drama Blacklist and comedy Welcome To The Family. UPDATE, 10:15 AM: Also picked up are the Sean Hayes/Victor Fresco comedy, titled Sean Saves The World, and J.J. Abrams’ drama Believe. That means two series each on NBC next season for Hayes/Hazy Mills and Abrams/Bad Robot, who also executive produce the recently renewed Grimm and Revolution, respectively. PREVIOUS, 10 ... [Continua a leggere]

Pilot esplosivo per NBC! Ingaggiate Gillian Anderson e Rachael Taylor

La storia della potenziale serie sarà sviluppata dallo showrunner di Life

Non solo Hannibal per Gillian Anderson. L’ex protagonista di X-Files, dopo aver firmato per tre episodi della nuova serie di Bryan Fuller, ha raggiunto un accordo con NBC per un nuovo ruolo in un pilot ideato e sviluppato da Rand Ravinch (Life). La potenziale serie, che non ha ancora un titolo, sarà incentrata su un agente dei servizi segreti che tiene in custodia il figlio del presidente degli Stati Uniti. Quando quest’ultimo viene rapito insieme ad altri suoi compagni di scuola, scatta una missione per recuperare tutti i ragazzi coinvolti. A dirigere le operazioni sar&agra ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson e Rachael Taylor in un pilota di NBC

Galeotto fu l’ingaggio in Hannibal. L’ex protagonista di X-Files Gillian Anderson, a breve in un arco di episodi della nuova serie di Bryan Fuller, ha firmato nuovamente con NBC per uno dei ruoli principali nel pilota del drama senza titolo che l’ideatore di Life Rand Ravich sta sviluppando per il network. Al cast si è unita anche Rachael Taylor, reduce dalla breve avventura in 666 Park Avenue di ABC. La descrizione del progetto recita: “Quando uno dei giocatori più potenti di Washington - il Presidente degli Stati Uniti d’America - resta coinvolto ... [Continua a leggere]

Serie tv: Gillian Anderson in un pilot thriller della NBC

Gillian Anderson è prontissima a tornare in tv. L’attrice è appena stata scritturata per prendere parte a un pilot della NBC, di una serie tv di genere thriller. Il progetto è ancora senza nome, ma viene descritto come un telefilm dalle forti tinte spionistiche e cospirazionistiche, che coinvolgerà anche i corridoi dell’FBI. Vi ricorda qualcosa?

Al centro della trama vi sarà un misterioso soggetto che terrà in scacco l’intera nazione degli Stati Uniti, dai dirigenti aziendali al Presidente, minacciando quanto hanno di più caro.La Anderson interpreterà Meg Fitch, amministratore delegato di una compagnia e madre di un’adolescente. La donna resterà sconvolta nell’apprendere del rapimento dell’intera classe scolastica della figlia, studentessa di un istituto privato.Meg ricorrerà a qualunque risorsa a sua disposizione per ritrovare la ragazza, senza fermarsi davanti a nulla ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson star per la NBC

L'attrice ha firmato per collaborare con il pilot firmato da Rand Ravich; nel cast anche Rachael Taylor.

Una nuova cospirazione per Gillian Anderson, stavolta a base di ricatti e politici corrotti piuttosto che incontri ravvicinati del terzo tipo e colonizzazioni aliene. L'attrice ha accettato l'invito di Rand Ravich per recitare nel pilot che ha creato per la NBC, un progetto ancora senza titolo; la trama segue le vicende di un "improbabile burattinaio" che tira le fila di svariati personaggi politici a Washington DC, compreso il Presidente degli Stati Uniti, grazie a una serie di informazioni riservate in suo possesso. La Anderson è stata ingaggiata per il ruolo di Meg, una CEO di succes ... [Continua a leggere]

The Return of Gillian Anderson

Today in (non-Oscar) show business news: Everyone's favorite fake FBI agent might soon be back on American TV, Michael Jackson's son continues his professional development, and Maya Rudolph wants to do a variety show.

Brace yourself, nerds: Your beloved Agent Scully may be returning to American series television. Yes, Gillian Anderson, who fled to England after The X-Files ended and has only returned to our shores for the odd installment Masterpiece Theater or indie movie, has signed on to costar in an NBC pilot. Funnily enough, the show is about an FBI agent, but alas, Anderson isn't playing her. Rachael Taylor, late of 666 Park Avenue, will be playing that role, while Anderson is her estranged sister, the CEO of a huge conglomerate. The two reunite when Anderson's daughter is kidnapped along with the ... [Continua a leggere]

Pilot Season: Gillian Anderson, Rachael Taylor Join NBC's Rand Ravich Drama

The X Files' Gillian Anderson and 666 Park Avenue's Rachael Taylor have joined the cast of NBC's untitled Rand Ravich pilot, has learned. In the drama, Washington power players find themselves blackmailed into an international conspiracy by an unlikely puppeteer. The FBI and a rookie Secret Service agent must unravel the mystery. Taylor, whose other credits include Grey's Anatomy and Charlie's Angels, will play Agent Susie Dunn, the FBI's point person on the blackmail case. To help solve mystery, she has to reestablish ties with her estranged sister Meg (Anderson, who will next ... [Continua a leggere]

‘X-Files’ Gillian Anderson & ‘666’s Rachael Taylor To Co-Star In NBC’s Rand Ravich Pilot

In what would be her first regular U.S. series role since The X-Files, Gillian Anderson has re-teamed with X-Files producer 20th Century Fox with a part in the studio’s NBC drama pilot from writer-executive producer Rand Ravich. Also cast in the untitled project is 666 Park Avenue star Rachael Taylor. Described as an emotionally charged action thriller set in and around the world of Washington DC, the pilot follows an idealistic Secret Service agent who finds himself at the epicenter of an international crisis on his first day on the job as the President’s son’s protection wh ... [Continua a leggere]



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