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Tea Leoni's stronger than ever these days! The actress covers the March issue of More magazine, where she opens up about aging in Hollywood, her relationship with ex David Duchovny and learning to let go of her "fears." While we think the 48-year-old looks amazing, Tea says she's struggled with the idea of getting older ... especially when it comes to her career. "[Brett] Ratner (her director on the 2000 film 'The Family Man')—whom I really like, by the way—was going around telling people that despite my age, I was ‘still doable.’ I think I was 34 then. And he was something like 28. I asked myself, 'Do I still care about that?' And at that time, I did. I felt that pressure to be 'doable.' It was the meanest thought I’d had for myself in a long time," she tells the mag. Today, the blonde beauty »
- tooFab Staff
Téa Leoni looks radiant and fresh on More magazine's March cover, but the 48-year-old Madam Secretary star is the first to admit she used to worry far too much about getting older. "Thankfully, I've moved past all that. Chasing youth is a war I'm not going to win," says the actress, whose divorce from David Duchovny was finalized in 2014. "It's not like I'm thrilled to turn around and catch my can in the mirror, but I can see now how much of my happiness could be a victim of trying to stay young and desirable. And it feels like peace and victory to be relieved of that burden." The mother of two describes her marital status as "divorced and liking it, thank you." But »
Since The X-Files left television in 2002, the family tree of the series’ writers has blossomed into a who’s who of television talent. At the very top of that list sits Breaking Bad showrunner Vince Gilligan, whose name seems to be only coming up among fans as a dream collaborator on a potential X-Files revival.
Gilligan’s involvement may not be as far fetched as it seems -- and that comes from the man himself.
In a lengthy interview with X-Files fan site The X-Files Lexicon, Gilligan admitted he has a level of interest in the sci-fi series if a revival was made official.
"I would love to be involved", Gilligan said. "I don’t know with my current schedule, if I necessarily could be involved, but I »
The second that Fox execs admitted that they were looking into the possibility of an "X-Files" reboot, one thing was clear -- one of the first questions David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson would be asked for the next six months, in any interview setting, would be: "What's up with the return of 'The X-Files'?" So today, on "The Talk," David Duchovny was asked what was up with the return of "The X-Files." And he had something resembling an answer! "It looks good -- it looks very good," Duchovny said, while attempting to talk about the upcoming TV show he actually has shot, NBC's "Aquarius." But he then specified that "It looks better than it did two weeks ago," an indication that negotiations are definitely in the works and dump trucks of money are finding their way to what we're sure is his lovely home. Below, watch David Duchovny hint at Mulder's return, »
- Liz Shannon Miller
TV Picks: Friday night on HBO: Lots of things to hash over and discuss, like Williams’ NBC fog of war debacle and the Grammys on Friday’s Real Time with Bill Maher, as the HBO salon will see Maher host documentary filmmaker Robert Kenner as the top-of-show interview guest. Actor David Duchovny is the mid-show interview guest. The roundtable guests are former Va. Rep. Tom Davis, economist Zanny Minton-Beddoes and comedian Baratunde Thurston.Robert Kenner’s “Merchants of Doubt,” is his follow-up documentary to 2008’s expose of corporate crime in our food sector with the film “Food Inc.” “Merchants of Doubt,” inspired by […] »
- April Neale
As the music industry plans to hand out awards for the best of 2014, it’s hard not to reflect on the GRAMMYs ceremony that happened just 15 years prior. The year was 2000, but in actuality it was a reflection of 1999, when just about anything could happen. Jennifer Lopez launched her musical career, Britney Spears brought back the Catholic schoolgirl outfit, and TLC was suddenly a group again (and not just a TV channel). But the year was more than that. And the 42nd annual Grammy Awards attempted to capture that – for better or worst.
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Let’s look back on all the glory of 2000 ceremony 15 years later.
Before she was J. Lo – or Jenny from the block – Lopez was just an actress-turned-singer. But you wouldn’t know it at the awards. When she walked out in the green Versace dress to present the first award of the evening with David Duchovny, the last »
David Duchovny is just as odd as his characters are! The former X-Files and Twin Peaks star is playing favorites on which shows he would return to. Last month we shared that he is not into a possible return of The X-Files. Despite of his hate for the show that made him, he would like to return to Twin Peaks‘ reboot. He played the transgender Da agent Denise Bryson, who was a fan favorite. Here is what he had to say about his hopes for reclaiming that role.
I think Twin Peaks is happening for sure. I hope my character comes back, I think she does.
This will certainly leave his fans wondering what he is thinking. That role didn’t really do much for him career wise and sure, it could be a hot topic now. But we would think a bigger deal would be to return to the »
- Sarah Peel
After months of speculation, Showtime confirmed in October that they are bringing back the cult classic TV series Twin Peaks for a nine-episode run in 2016. Last month, the network also confirmed that Kyle MacLachlan will be back as FBI agent Dale Cooper, but we don't have official word about any other original series cast members returning. A few years before he became a household name as Fox Mulder on The X-Files, David Duchovny starred in the second season of Twin Peaks as cross-dressing DEA agent Denise Bryson. While promoting his new novel in an interview with The Los Angeles Times, David Duchovny revealed that he hopes Denise will return for the new series, while also addressing the talk of an X-Files reboot.
"I think Twin Peaks is happening for sure. I hope my character comes back, I think she does. And then X-Files - Fox made some kind of shadowy announcement last week. »
During last night’s Super Bowl, all eyes and all talk was mainly concerned with either the actual sporting event itself, the bizarre mid-show extravaganza or the Jurassic World trailer. Of course, many other big-name films debuted super-mix teasers to appeal to those watching at home as well, and it seems that amidst all the excitement, we seem to have missed one particularly cool trailer – NBC’s next event series, Aquarius.
Like all teasers dotted between the gameplay, this preview is rather brief. That’s not to say it isn’t exciting, though. David Duchovny, who stars in the show, seems as magnetic as ever, albeit in a less iconoclastic role than he’s used to playing. This time he’s cast as L.A.P.D. Sgt. Sam Hodiak, in a show that will explore the life of cult leader and conspiracist, Charles Manson.
Set two years prior to »
- Gem Seddon
NBC has offered a short look at their upcoming crime drama, "Aquarius," starring David Duchovny. Duchovny's last major starring role in a network series was "The X-Files." Since then, the actor has led Showtime's "Californication," but as the trailer proclaims, Duchovny is making a full-fledged return to network TV. Duchovny plays Sam Hodiak, an undercover cop looking for Charles Manson and the infamous Manson family prior to their murder spree. Gethin Anthony, best known for his role as Renly Baratheon on HBO's "Game of Thrones," plays Manson. The trailer is brief, but establishes what the show's tone may be like and highlights Duchovny's involvement. NBC is clearly hoping for ratings similar to his last network stint, if not the impossibly high critical acclaim. Check out the video below. "Aquarius" is expected to debut this summer on NBC. Read More: Our top 15 Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2015 »
- Travis Clark
Though talk of a new, limited X-Files series has begun in earnest, many have been asking David Duchovny the wrong series revival questions. Thankfully, the La Times went ahead and inquired as to the whereabouts of Twin Peaks’ Agent Denise Bryson. A bright spot in Twin Peaks’ infamous second season slump—which plays better upon revisiting—transgender DEA Agent Denise Bryson…
The post Twin Peaks and Duchovny on Denise: I Hope She Comes Back appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Samuel Zimmerman
Actor David Duchovny made a name for himself as Fox Mulder on TV's "The X-Files in the 1990s, but before that he had a memorable short appearance on the second season of "Twin Peaks" in the role of transgender DEA agent Denise Bryson.
With Showtime reviving "Twin Peaks" for 2016, and with Fox considering an "X-Files" reboot, The Los Angeles Times recently spoke with Duchovny and asked him about what he's heard regarding the revival of both properties:
"Seems like it. I would bet on it if I were you. I think 'Twin Peaks' is happening for sure. I hope my character comes back, I think she does. And then 'X-Files' - Fox made some kind of shadowy announcement last week. Certainly, something's happening. Something's brewing. It's like the Eagles' greatest hits tour … by me."
Duchovny will return to screens in the next few months for NBC's event series »
- Garth Franklin
February is here, which means David Duchovny's adult-fable book is here. But in even more important Duchovny news, the actor turned writer teased the L.A. Times about recent Twin Peaks and X Files reboot murmurings. "I think Twin Peaks is happening for sure. I hope my character comes back, I think she does," he said. "And then X-Files — Fox made some kind of shadowy announcement last week. Certainly, something's happening. Something's brewing. It's like the Eagles' greatest hits tour … by me." Duchovny played a DEA agent named Denise Bryson (formerly known as Dennis) on Twin Peaks. With Kyle MacLachlan returning, another dose of Denise would only be fair. »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
We already know that David Duchovny could be reprising the role of Fox Mulder for Fox’s potential revival of The X-Files, and it seems he could also be returning to another of his former federal agent roles, with the actor suggesting that he could be back as DEA agent Denise Bryson in Twin Peaks.
“Seems like it,” Duchovny told the L.A. Times when asked about both shows returning. “I would bet on it if I were you. I think Twin Peaks is happening for sure. I hope my character comes back, I think she does. And then X-Files — Fox made some kind of shadowy announcement last week. Certainly, something’s happening. Something’s brewing. It’s like the Eagles’ greatest hits tour … by me.”
- Gary Collinson
With his roles in Twin Peaks and The X-Files, among other projects, David Duchovny established himself as a man who's interested in the weirder side of things. That sensibility comes to full flower in his first novel, Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale. The book tells the story of Elsie, a cow who undergoes an existential awakening that causes her, along with Tom, a turkey, and Shalom, a Jewish pig, to light out from the farm where they lived in search of the great, wide, presumably safe world. It's a wild tale, and you can read the first chapter below. Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself Most people think cows can’t think. Hello. Let me rephrase that, most people think cows can’t think, and have no feelings. Hello, again. I’m a cow, my name is Elsie, yes, I know. And that’s no bull. See? We can think, »
- David Duchovny
Welcome to "This Week in Horror," HitFix's ongoing series that rounds up the most pertinent fright-genre news to break over the last seven days. In this week's edition: Ryan Murphy's latest anthology series casts a pint-sized Mariah Carey, a beloved '90s series may be coming back and, yes, another unnecessary remake is in the works. 1. Lea Michele and Ariana Grande may be forced to share a soundstage, God help us The "Glee" star and the diminutive pop idol have joined Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts in Ryan Murphy's latest anthology series, which has also signed on "True Blood" bear magnet Joe Mangianello, permanently scowly former child actor Abigail Breslin and fictional spelling bee champion Keke Palmer. Season 1 of the 15 episode horror-comedy will be set on a college campus that's been rocked by a series of murders. It's slated to premiere this fall on Fox. #2 The "Blob »
- Chris Eggertsen
David Duchovny is certainly feeling different from Gillian Anderson and the rest of The X-Files team. He opened up about the possible reboot or limited run to USA Today. Unlike Gillian who is behind it fully, he seems to have reservations. The once hot actor said age is a factor for him in his less than thrilled response. However, he also made it clear that he will consider it once the choice is given. Here is his full comment on it.
I’m assuming that it will happen sooner rather than later now. We’ll see what form, how many [episodes]. Certainly I can’t nor would I be interested in doing a full season. It will be in some kind of limited form. We’re all old, we don’t have the energy for a full season.
Wow, I don’t think anyone saw that reaction coming from him. It »
- Sarah Peel
Over the weekend Fox announced that it is in discussions to bring back the cult 90s TV series The X-Files for a 24: Live Another Day-style revival, and now David Duchovny has spoken about the prospect of returning as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder, stating that he’s “more than happy” to do so.
“[I’m] more than happy and excited to bring it back and do it again with Gillian Anderson and Chris Carter. I’m assuming that it will happen sooner rather than later now. We’ll see what form, how many [episodes]. Certainly I can’t nor would I be interested in doing a full season. It will be in some kind of limited form. We’re all old, we don’t have the energy for a full season.”
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So, with Duchovny, Anderson and Carter all keen to get back on board, »
- Gary Collinson
As we learned over the weekend, Fox is looking to bring “The X-Files” back for what is likely to be a revival miniseries, and their plan is for David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson to reprise their iconic roles. That plan… Continue Reading →
- John Squires
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