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Sunday With: Gillian Anderson

Gillian Anderson has been playing FBI Agent Dana Scully on The X-Files and its spinoffs since 1993. Even after success starring as Stella Gibson on the BBC’s The Fall, she’s found herself returning to the iconic role of the skeptical Agent Dana Scully again and again, most recently in an X-Files audio series (the second installment, Stolen Lives, is available October 3). The U.K.-based actress, author and mom of three, 49, talked to Parade from the set of the show’s 11th season, debuting in 2018. When you were making the original ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny on the End of Californication and Why a Third X Files Film 'Is Going to Happen'

David Duchovny returns for his final season of Californication on April 13. The actor has brought fast-living novelist Hank Moody to life for seven seasons, and saying farewell to his wild character isn’t going to be easy. “It hasn’t sunk in yet,” Duchovny tells Parade. “We usually go back to work in late April, which hasn’t come around yet. Intellectually, I kind of get it and we’ve all said our goodbyes and made our peace, but I think they’ll be another round of nostalgia and sadness when April rolls around and I’m not being Hank.” ... [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]

Gillian Anderson on Tattoos, Family Meals, and Dealing with a Teenager

Gillian Anderson will never escape being Dana Scully, her paranormal-seeking character on The X-Files. “I met an Australian aboriginal shaman in Italy,” she recalls, “and he started with the fact that his wife was from another planet.” But the 43-year-old actress has moved on to more terrestrial pastures and is now playing the forlorn Miss Havisham in PBS Masterpiece’s Great Expectations (April 1 and 8, 9 p.m. ET; on DVD April 3). She tells Mary Margaret the three words that describe her best are “busy, stressed, and goofy.” PARADE Aren’t y ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny Lives An Alienated Life

"Like Mulder, I believe that we are probably not alone. It doesn't really make sense that this would be the only planet with life. Yet if we have been contacted by aliens, I don't believe that anybody could have kept that a secret."

David Duchovny got his shot at stardom on the hugely popular TV series The X-Files, where he scored as FBI Agent Fox Mulder, the intrepid conspiracy theorist who risked his life investigating paranormal and extraterrestrial phenomena along with partner Agent Dana Scully, played by Gillian Anderson. They took their search to the big screen ten years ago, and now the pair are back in a sequel X-Files: I Want To Believe. Duchovny is doing his best to make sure that you won't know exactly what to expect until you get to the theater. A cloud of secrecy that might get Agent Mulder's attention has ... [Continua a leggere]



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