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For Chris Carter, the Truth is Still Out There

The X-Files creator wants to believe.

Chris Carter is the creator of “The X-Files,” a fictional TV show that follows FBI special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully as they investigate the paranormal. Debuting in 1993, the series ran nine seasons, and critics and fans praised the show’s cinematic quality, the result of substantive scripts, thoughtful acting, advanced special effects, and multiple camera viewpoints. Indeed, the best episodes felt more like films than TV shows. On January 24, FOX began airing six new episodes, which ran through February 22. The closing scene of the final episode (Scully standing on ... [Continua a leggere]

Exclusive : What are the chances of an X-Files 3?

For as long as I can remember, I have had one passion. It involves two FBI agents, and their tireless search for ‘the truth’. For years we watched them investigate hundreds of bizarre cases – from liver eating mutants through to alien abductions and super soldiers. For those familiar with ”The X-Files” mythology – Series creator Chris Carter’s finale ‘The Truth’ provided a pathway and a date for the final alien invasion that would come with the end of the series movie, which would ultimately finalize the franchise. At a charity event that ... [Continua a leggere]

XFN Exclusive Interview: Frank Spotnitz

It’s been an exciting year for X-Files fans. We’ve enjoyed unprecedented access to stars and producers, made new friends around the world, and of course, got to see Mulder and Scully together again. Now, weeks before the Dec. 2 DVD/Blu-Ray release of “I Want to Believe,” our constant and touchstone Frank Spotnitz talks with XFN about critics, the year 2012, and serendipitously dining with Rupert Murdoch. We last spoke at the "I Want to Believe" premiere in Los Angeles. Since then, what has been your impression of fan and critic reaction to the film? The fan r ... [Continua a leggere]

It's no mystery that 'X-Files' is on the big screen

It's a mystery worthy of Fox Mulder's scrutiny: Why make a theatrical motion picture of that iconic '90s TV series "The X-Files" six years after the last original episode aired? Nobody's doing "Seinfeld: The Movie," "Friends Forever" or "Walker, Texas Ranger, Rides Again." But "The X-Files" is science fiction, and as we know from Trekkies or Trekkers or whatever the FC (fannishly correct) term is these days, sci-fi love never dies. And this past February at the WonderCon convention in San Francisco, those true believers known as X-Philes were sending X's - as in kisses - to the movie's ... [Continua a leggere]


Ask your favourite film & tv characters questions on the red carpet and watch a filmmaker Q&A

The Los Angeles Premiere of The X-Files I Want to Believe will be broadcast here live. Tune in on July 23 at 5:55 PM PST to watch a Q&A with fans at the premiere and Chris Carter, Frank Spotnitz, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. Following the Q&A, we’ll move over to the red carpet where your questions will be relayed to the stars of the film and past television episodes live from the red carpet. You’ll enter the questions in real time through a live chat. Then, watch the questions answered and see the red carpet arrivals via a live webcast. Premiere attendees i ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson & David Duchovny reopen the 'X-Files'

There is at least one secret Gillian Anderson can reveal about "The X-Files: I Want to Believe." For Anderson, returning to play Agent Dana Scully, the role that made the 39-year-old actress famous, is what was really scary. "I found it quite tricky over the first couple of days to slide back into it," says Anderson. "It was kind of unexpected and a bit freakish for me." Freakish, that is, until the first scene that reunited her with Duchovny, aka Agent Fox Mulder. It was innocuous - just a brief conversation between the two agents as they walked down the hallway at FBI headquarters. But ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny: 'The X-Files' is equal to God

These days, every major genre film and hit show has a significant presence on the Internet, but that wasn’t the case when "The X-Files" became a spooky sensation in the 1990s. David Duchovny said that, like his character Fox Mulder, the relentless faith of true believers is astounding to behold. " 'The X-Files' was said to be the first Internet show," Duchovny said over coffee on a recent morning in Los Angeles. "We had chat rooms and fan sites and all that. Look, I’m usually five or six years behind whatever is hip. So it was around 2000 that I started doing e-mail and f ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files

The beloved-made in Vancouver series hits the big screen again this summer. Its obsessed fans don't want to wait that long.

At least this much is true: The plot of the second — and, as yet, untitled — X-Files movie, which was filmed in Vancouver and is due to hit theatres July 25, includes a good priest and a bad priest. There’s some genetic engineering and some organ harvesting in the mix. There’s a horrific disease, and a warped and twisted religious cult. There’s an 11-year-old kid in a wheelchair, and someone’s head gets chopped off. It’s all true.Or it’s all false. Holly Simon, queen of the X-Files fans, is certain it’s all true, because she got the same in ... [Continua a leggere]

The resurrection of X-Files mania

A peak at the 2nd installment reunites a dormant community. 'I felt like the person in the desert who finally finds water again,' one fan says.

They flew from Germany and England and Chicago to attend. They lined up at 5 a.m. outside the Moscone Center West in San Francisco fueled by contagious group excitement and caffeine. They sat through the boring "Shutter" panel to make sure they got good seats. One attendee estimates that there were 5,000 people packed into the 4,000 capacity convention hall and that's not including the spillover that ran down the various hallways.But God, it was worth it!Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny and "X-Files" creator Chris Carter were at Wondercon last week (along with "X-Files" feature film writer Fra ... [Continua a leggere]

TV Guide Online Chat: Chris Carter

TVGuide Chat: Welcome, Chris! Thanks so much for coming! Chris Carter: Hello, “X-Files” fans throughout the world. Question: Is last season’s season finale the last we are going to be seeing of Agent Spender? (We saw no body.) Chris Carter: Agent Spender is dearly departed. But his ghost will live on. Question: On average, how many days does it take for you to write a script for one episode? Chris Carter: Average is seven to ten days. Question: What gave you the idea to start the show? Chris Carter: I was under contract with a gun to my head. Question: Wha ... [Continua a leggere]

Chris Carter Yahoo Chat

Yahoomc: Here he is — The man behind your favorite shows — Chris Carter! chris_carter_live: Ask away everyone! robandlisafalzone asks: did the Harsh Realm script change after seeing the Martix? chris_carter_live: The Harsh Realm was written before we ever knew of the Matrix. We were surprised at some of the similarities, particularly with the hero in both pieces. But we realized that is a not uncommon for the heroe’s journey in these kinds of saga tales. megmon8 asks: Where did you come up with the idea of your new show? chris_carter_live: The inspiration origin ... [Continua a leggere]

My Experience at The End

Bear with me. This is the first time I'm writing this down after exactly one year (purely unintentional) and some things are bound to be off. Tuesday, 21 April 1998 was the day. I was attending college and a friend and I, at around 11:00AM, sort of skipped an optional lab. We had lunch and then walked over to the main line-up at GM Place. Many local and LA media where there. I know "Entertainment Tonight" was there and their cameras were shooting the line-up. Other local radios stations (Z95.3, CFOX, etc.) and TV stations (BCTV, UTV, VTV, etc.) were there. Anyway, during the wait my frie ... [Continua a leggere]

Interview with Gillian Anderson

Scully speaks! All right, Gillian Anderson speaks, which in our estimation is every bit as good. Defying TV stereotypes, Anderson — by her own account neither leggy nor chesty and not given to the wearing of skimpy apparel — has become the thinking fan's sex symbol and costar of what may be the most hotly anticipated movie of the summer (forget about that big iguana!). Rumors about the X-Files movie are flying thick and fast (which is, of course, only as it should be), but TVGEN has the actress's own words on such weighty topics as hair delinquency, icky stuff and the smooch that launched a thousand e-mails.

SHEP: How does the X-Files movie balance the expectations of die-hard fans and the need to explain stuff for moviegoers who haven't been following the show since day one? GILLIAN: That was one of the challenges that Chris [Carter, series creator] had from the beginning, to create a movie that did not talk down to our existing audience and also one that was watchable and enjoyable to people that had never seen the show before.That's something I really feel that he has done with this movie. I think that it'll be incredibly exciting for avid fans of the show who know every last de ... [Continua a leggere]

TVgen Chat with Frank Spotnitz

TVGEN: Welcome to the TVGEN/Yahoo! Chat Auditorium. Our guest tonight is X-Files: Fight the Future's co-executive producer, Frank Spotnitz. Frank has written over 13 X-Files episodes and served as co-executive producer on the first season of Millennium. Here we go folks! Welcome Frank! Frank Spotnitz: I am very excited that the movie is about to be released, and very happy to be addressing the online fans of the show, because they've been so important in building the success of the show, and now, hopefully, the movie. Blondguy2cute: Why do ... [Continua a leggere]

TVgen Chat with The Lone Gunmen

TVGOer: Welcome to the TVGEN/Yahoo! Chat Auditorium. Our special guests tonight are known to fans of the X-Files as Langly, Frohike and Byers. Also known as the Lone Gunmen, the covert group of misfits who are often the source of information for Special Agents Mulder and Scully. Welcome Dean Haglund, Tom Braidwood and Bruce Harwood. Domnogin: Who wrote the "kung fu" dialogue, like when Frohike admits that Langly's "kung fu is the best" in "Unusual Suspects" (1989 Lone Gunmen encounter)? Dean Haglund: That was Vince Gilligan! Kung fu is a te ... [Continua a leggere]



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