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Chris Carter: Pushing the Boundaries

After six years out of the spotlight, director Chris Carter has returned to the creepy world of The X-Files in The X-Files: I Want To Believe, in theaters now. With such a long stretch of time since we last saw Mulder and Scully, things have definitely changed in their lives, and the same holds true with Carter. Here, Chris Carter brings Filmazing up to speed on what's happened with his characters and himself — and true to form, neither is what you'd expect. Q: Us X-Files fans have been waiting a long time, sux [years] to be exac ... [Continua a leggere]

Abbot and Costello, Laurel and Hardy, Mulder and Scully?

The X-Files is known for its complicated, labrynthine mythology and plot twists, which is good, because fans might need those analytical skills to sort out where we left Mulder and Scully. The newest installment in the franchise comes 10 years after the first movie and six years after the end of the series, and, understandably, a plot thread or two can get lost in the mix. Let Mulder and Scully themselves sort it out for you, and tie up at least one hinted-at, but never confirmed, loose series thread in this Filmazing exclusive. With the easy chemistry of these two though, be sure to ... [Continua a leggere]

An X-Files Secret Revealed, Only to Disappear

Producers of the new X-Files film, I Want to Believe, have gone to great lengths to keep major plot points a secret, and now it seems as if they're getting a little other-worldly help. Exclusive, one-on-one interview tapes in which Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny explicitly confirm a belief held by many of the show's fans — but never officially admitted in the show or the first movie — that Mulder and Scully had a baby named William, have mysteriously disappeared, leaving only low-resolution, digital dubs as proof that they ever existed. The inter ... [Continua a leggere]



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