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Duchovny: No Sex in the City

15 August 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Actor David Duchovny promises fans will be shocked when they see him in hit TV show Sex And The City - because he keeps his clothes on and stays away from sex. The former X-Files star, 43, plays an old flame of Sarah Jessica Parker's character Carrie in an upcoming episode of the show - but there won't be as much action as fans of the racy series are accustomed to. Duchovny explains, "I play a high school boyfriend who comes back into Carrie's life. We rekindle, but I'm harboring a secret that complicates everything. I keep lots of clothes on! They were shooting a sex scene with Kim Cattrall while I was there. I didn't get jealous of that guy. Those scenes are embarrassing - especially as you get older, if you know what I'm saying." »

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Ovation, Yari build 'House' for Duchovny

19 June 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Ovation Entertainment and Bob Yari Prods. have teamed to finance and produce David Duchovny's writing and directorial debut, House of D. The X-Files star also will appear in the film alongside stars Tyler Hoechlin (Road to Perdition), Robin Williams and Tea Leoni. House of D is described as an emotional fable about New York and the sweeping power of friendship. It tells the multilayered story of a man coming to terms with his past and his present and resolving his relationships with the people who helped make him who he is. Williams will play the lead character, with much of the story being told through flashbacks to his childhood, where he will be portrayed by Hoechlin. »

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Duchovny tries on 'Connie' role at Spyglass Ent.

1 April 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

David Duchovny will star opposite Nia Vardalos and Toni Collette in Spyglass Entertainment's music-driven Connie and Carla. Michael Lembeck (The Santa Clause 2) is directing the project, which is aimed to begin production the first week of May. The project is described as Some Like It Hot meets Tootsie. The female buddy comedy is about two working-class dinner-theater singers (Vardalos and Collette) who are forced to go undercover in Los Angeles as drag queens. Duchovny plays Jeff, who, while searching for his drag-queen brother in West Hollywood, falls for Vardalos' character. Spyglass toppers Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum are producing with production president Jonathan Glickman. Vardalos is executive producing. The company, which brings its own financing to the table and funds its own development, also is handling international distribution rights. Universal Pictures is distributing the project domestically. Universal production president Mary Parent and senior vp production Donna Langley are overseeing, as is Spyglass production vp Stephanie Striegel. Duchovny is repped by CAA and Melanie Greene Management. »

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