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What terrifies X-Files creator Chris Carter

ONE of his stars is on the record as saying she won’t come back for more episodes, but that doesn’t mean it’s the end.

“I’M VERY pessimistic right now,” The X-Files creator Chris Carter says over the phone from Vancouver. He’s worried about the state of the world. This is a man whose imagination has envisioned so many apocalyptic scenarios, portrayed on his iconic sci-fi series, but it’s real-life that has him terrified. “I think we are heading into very strange times to do with so many of things people are talking about,” Carter tells “I have a fascination with biological terrorism right now. There was a former CIA chief who said there are three ... [Continua a leggere]

X-Files star admits: ‘We didn’t do our best work’

DAVID Duchovny has made a rather frank admission about 2016’s long-awaited but ultimately disappointing return of the X-Files.

X-FILES fans can breathe a sigh of relief. David Duchovny says season 11 has redeemed itself from 2016’s fizzer. “I am much happier about doing these next 10 episodes than I was about the last six,” the sci fi star tells, referring to season 10, which aired last year. “These shows are significantly better and we are all doing better work this time around,” he assures. “There are many reasons why we might not have done our best work last season probably due to the long layoff. I also think the season was too short to make an entire show.” ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files Revival: Glimmer of hope for special agents Mulder and Scully

MULDER and Scully might have split, but the cult sci-fi characters are “desperate” to find a reason to get back together when they return to the small screen next year.

Speaking ahead of the hyped television revival of the 1990s cult hit The X-Files, creator Chris Carter described the new relationship between his famed special agents as “rocky”, but offered a glimmer of hope for a reunion. Carter also revealed the six-part reboot series will tackle issues of terrorism in one episode, as well as returning to its base plot of government conspiracy. The series, which originally aired from 1993 to 2002, relied heavily on the sexual tension-fuelled platonic relationship between the two main characters who eventually became a couple by the end of the ... [Continua a leggere]

David Duchovny is better than ever, and pumped for the new X-Files series

AFTER seven years of playing an alcoholic womaniser on Californication, you might think David Duchovny has had his fill of performing in sex scenes. However, now on the TV drama Aquarius, in which he plays a detective in search of a missing teenage girl, it seems that scenarios of a sexual nature are synonymous with the 54-year old actor. “I find sex scenes to be a little embarrassing and they’re usually a little awkward, “he admits. “Although when they make sense, they’re great. I’ve always said that there are many scenes in life, most of them you have yo ... [Continua a leggere]



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