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X-Files in the City

Chris Carter reopens Files in Vancouver

Look for some big-screen déjà vu by mid-summer, as Scully and Mulder go poking their flashlights into B.C.'s dark corners for The X-Files: I Want to Believe.It'll be old home week for the paranormal TV series that filmed here from 1993 to 1998. The last several seasons and a first feature film were shot in Los Angeles, but for this sequel, creator Chris Carter brought stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson back to Vancouver.The biggest X-Files mystery was where Carter had disappeared to after the series wrapped in 2002. He went from being TV's busiest guy -- he ran three other ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files vs. Lost - which is better?

The new issue of Entertainment Weekly (March 14) features its annual "Pop Culure Throw-Down!", which makes such deliberately provocative — and potentially injury causing — pronouncements as "Bob Dylan sings better than Kelly Clarkson" and "Craig Ferguson is funnier than Conan O'Brien," along with such timeless pop culture arguments as The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones, Star Wars vs. Star Trek, Spielberg vs. Scorsese and Diane vs. Rebecca on Cheers.The lead-off argument, if you will, is "The X-Files is better than Lost." Longtime EW TV critic and former New York Magazine film ... [Continua a leggere]

Duchovny excited to return here

House of D creator expects to be back next year to shoot X-Files feature

David Duchovny likes the rain. And he likes Vancouver even more.So, not surprisingly, the actor who starred in the shot-in-Vancouver The X-Files, is excited to be returning to the city next year to shoot another feature-film version of the sci-fi TV series."Supposedly, we're going to do an X-Files movie up there in Vancouver next year, 'cause that's really the only place to shoot it," Duchovny says in a phone call from Montreal, where he's acting in the thriller The Secret.Despite his warm feelings toward Vancouver, Duchovny, whose House of D (he directed, wrote, co-starred) just opened in the ... [Continua a leggere]



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