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The heat remains between X Files stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny

IF there’s a recipe for reviving characters last seen on the small screen 13 years ago, it’s one that needs bucket loads of chemistry. Enter Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. When they revive cult classic roles of Scully and Mulder this week in The X-Files it will be an attempt to reboot a partnership that captivated a generation. Anderson says the chemistry she and Duchovny have is “beyond” them. “David and I have that chemistry whether we are just talking to each other, having that — just in ourselves, not even in these characters it exists, and it i ... [Continua a leggere]

X marks the spot

DAVID Duchovny has a bit of a reputation when it comes to being interviewed. Words that fly around are "moody", "irritable", "difficult", "great when he's having a good day" and "keeps you on your toes".

So it’s with trepidation that I wait for him to turn up. I entertain myself by wondering if he’ll be an older-looking Fox Mulder, the clean-cut FBI agent with boyish good looks he played in the hit TV series The X-Files for nine years, or the dishevelled, complex, jaded writer Hank Moody; his character in his current hit TV series Californication. When he finally arrives - 20 minutes late - Duchovny looks like a regular kind of guy; he oozes "casual" in his grey, long-sleeved T-shirt, blue jeans and combed-back hair. I soon discover he has the same dry, laconic sense of ... [Continua a leggere]



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