The X-Files is coming back yet again. After its limited 10th season last year, the show will return for another limited season either later this year or early in 2018. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny will both reprise their roles for the show, which will run 10 episodes.
Fans hoping for a little more Mulder and Scully to go along with the recent TV return are in luck. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny lead a laundry list of X-Files cast members who are lending their voices to a brand new audio book.
If the show does come back, the first episode had better just be Chris Carter apologizing for that finale for an hour.
Gillian Anderson has been pretty public about her fight to get paid the same amount as David Duchovny for her work on The X-Files. She’s clearly a badass. To Fox, though, I have to say: Are you fucking kidding me?
It’s been seven years since we last saw live-action Mulder and Scully, and 13 years since The X-Files was on TV. So of course the question we have to ask is what about that gap makes the new X-Files better than the old. We spoke to David Duchovny, Chris Carter, Mitch Pileggi, and Kumail Nanjiani about just that.
We are thrilled that Mulder and Scully are returning to the new 6-episode X-Files revival series. But what about the rest of the show's spooky outsider characters? Well, you're in luck: Two series favorites could be coming back.
Fox has confirmed that it is in talks to revive its iconic supernatural horror procedural, The X-Files.
At The X-Files panel at this past weekend's New York Comic-Con, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson were asked to do a little improv as Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, respectively. Duchovny took immediate charge, making it a phone call and making it weird.
The X-Files had some high and lows during its 9-season run, but man, those lows were abysmal. Trying to figure out the Worst Episode Ever of The X-Files is as big a mystery as most of the X-Files themselves. Still, if you had to pick, you probably couldn't do much worse than “Fight Club,” a tale of bad wrestlers,…
Remember when David Duchovny said way back when that a third X-Files movie was in the works? Now his co-star Gillian Anderson seems to be following suit.
In an interview with the French website TVMag, David Duchovny revealed that a script for a third X-Files movie is being penned, and that it will return to the series' conspiracy roots.
We still love Fox Mulder, even though we hated the last X-Files movie. So when David Duchovny insists the series has one more installment left in it, we're intrigued — especially if it means Chris Carter delivers some aliens.
Fox Mulder is ready for the coming apocalypse in 2012 — in fact he's so excited, he thinks the occasion deserves another X-Files movies. But really, we need another X-Files to banish the stink of the last one.
The best part of falling for a show is discovering that the actors in it are just as shamelessly fannish as you are. Lo and behold, there are a lot more actor geeks than you think!
In a bid to avoid being pigeonholed as a nerd icon, David Duchovny claimed he never thought The X-Files was science fiction — then blamed The Dark Knight for The X-Files 2's lackluster gross.
You may find it hard to be interested in the new X-Files movie, I Want To Believe, but apparently that's nothing compared with the cast's problems. Given the chance to promote the movie in interviews, it seems as if the two stars would rather complain about how crappy it was making it in the first place.
The new X-Files movie will tackle themes of religion, weird experiments, and things that make you go eww. The back-cover blurb for the movie's novelization went online and finally explained just why the movie is called I Want To Believe. Not to mention clearing up all of those little clues, like the picture of Mulder…