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X-Files stars David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and other members of the cast and crew have been sharing photos from the set ever since production began last month. Today we have two new images from Gillian Anderson and new cast member Robbie Amell, who plays an FBI agent in the X-Files revival. The actor plays Agent Miller, described as "smart" and "smooth," who is partners with Agent Einstein, a "sharp" and "confident" agent played by Lauren Ambrose.
Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose are joined by a slew of new cast members such as Joel McHale, Annet Mahendru, Rhys Darby and Kumail Nanjiani. Original X-Files stars David Duchovny (Fox Mulder), Gillian Anderson (Dana Scully), Mitch Pileggi (Walter Skinner) and William B. Davis (The Cigarette Smoking Man) are back to reprise their roles. There have been rumors that Robert Patrick and Annabeth Gish will return as John Doggett and Monica Reyes, but their »
“If they had a seventh season, I would be begging to be on it,” Jeong told Variety, as he was leaving a day of work on his upcoming ABC comedy “Dr. Ken,” in which he stars and serves as an exec producer.
“I will do anything ‘Community’ related. That show was so important to me and I’ve learned so much from Dan Harmon and my fellow castmates about television, and I’ve really become a better actor from that show,” he added. “I’m really setting my hopes on a movie. I really think the stars are aligned to do it. I honestly haven’t heard anything official for a seventh season or a movie, but »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
During tonight's season finale of Wayward Pines, Fox aired a brand new trailer for their highly-anticipated X-Files Revival, offering a new glimpse at Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson). Along with a number of cryptic shots, including a group of soldiers and some sort of medical experiment, the brief X-Files trailer shows Mulder asking his partner if she's "ready for this," to which she responds, "I don't know there's a choice." The six-episode series is slated to debut on January 24, following the Nfc Championship Game on Fox.
Aside from Mulder and Scully, original series stars Mitch Pileggi (Walter Skinner) and William B. Davis (The Cigarette Smoking Man) are returning, along with a slew of new cast members. Joel McHale guest stars as a news anchor who becomes an ally to Mulder, with Annet Mahendru, Rhys Darby and Kumail Nanjiani also joining the cast. The most recent cast »
The future of Dan Harmon's "Community" remains very much up in the air (at this point, if Yahoo orders another season, it would likely be a "Community: The New Class" approach, with Joel McHale, Jim Rash and a bunch of newbies). The future of Harmon and Justin Roiland's Adult Swim series "Rick and Morty," on the other hand, seems so secure that, in an interview earlier this week, the two creators made several casual references to things they intend to do in season 3. "Rick and Morty" began in Roiland's mind as an R-rated "Back to the Future" parody where Doc Brown relationship with Marty McFly is much darker and crueler. As Harmon explained to me last year, it evolved into its current imaginative sci-fi form where Rick is the drunk super-genius grandfather of Morty (both voiced by Roiland), forever taking his grandson on disturbing adventures across time, space, »
- Alan Sepinwall
Everyone’s favorite kooky conspiracy theorists are back … if social media is to be believed.
Haglund confirmed the news via Twitter.
yep, it's true. https://t.co/w718E0y6i8
— Dean Haglund (@dhaglund) July 22, 2015
This may come as a surprise to fans, as it appeared that the trio perished while stopping a bio-terrorist in the first rendition of “The X-Files.” (They also appeared in the briefly airing spinoff series named for their clique).
The six-episode “X-Files” event series is set to premiere Jan. 24 on Fox, following the Nfc Championship game. “X-Files” creator Chris Carter is exec producing and David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are back to resume their work investigating the bizarre and supernatural as agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. »
- Whitney Friedlander
As production continues on Fox's Untitled X-Files Revival, we're slowly starting to learn more and more about the return of this beloved series. Original X-Files stars Gillian Anderson (Dana Scully), David Duchovny (Fox Mulder), Mitch Pileggi (Walter Skinner) and William B. Davis (The Cigarette Smoking Man) are reprising their roles. Today we have word from another star of the original series, Dean Haglund, who played Ringo Langly, a member of the hacker group The Lone Gunmen, that he will return for the Untitled X-Files Revival. Here's what he had to say to a crowd in Sydney, Australia, confirming that the rest of the Gunmen, Tom Braidwood's Frohike and Bruce Harwood's Byers, will also be back.
"They're shooting six more episodes in Vancouver right now. Everybody asks about The Lone Gunmen. I played one of the computer hackers called The Lone Gunmen. Everybody asks 'Are the Lone Gunmen going »
The Lone Gunmen are saddling up again for Fox's "X-Files" revival!
The trio of geeky conspiracy theorists - played by (from right to left in above photo) Tom Braidwood, Bruce Harwood, and Dean Haglund - will be in all six episodes of the event series. Haglund spilled the news in Australia, then confirmed it on Twitter.
yep, it's true. https://t.co/w718E0y6i8
- Dean Haglund (@dhaglund) July 22, 2015 The Lone Gunmen were fan favorites in the original series, and starred in a brief spinoff show in 2001. It's unclear how the characters - Melvin, John, and Richard - will come back in the revival, since they died in an episode in the original series' final season. (Then again, the Cigarette Man also died in the original show and is coming back.)
But their return means that the whole "X-Files" gang is really back together again. In addition to »
- Kelly Woo
Mr Robbie Amell has a fair chunk of geek-friendly roles on his CV already, having appeared in both The Tomorrow People and The Flash (where he plays one half of combustible superhero Firestorm). Now, he’s joined The X-Files event series, too.
Also joining the cast is Lauren Ambrose of Six Feet Under, Dig and – most memorably to this writer – Torchwood: Miracle Day, where she played Jilly Kitzinger. Both new additions will play Agents alongside Mulder and Scully.
Although Fox's X-Files Revival still doesn't have an official title yet, the cast keeps getting bigger and bigger. The Hollywood Reporter has word that Robbie Amell (The Flash) and Lauren Ambrose (Dig) have signed on for guest-starring arcs. Both actors will appear in the fourth episode of the six-episode event series, portraying a pair of new FBI agents.
Robbie Amell is portraying Agent Miller, described as "smart" and "smooth." Lauren Ambrose's Agent Einstein is said to be "sharp" and "confident." It isn't known if both of these characters will be partners on the show, or how they will be involved in the story. Production is currently taking place in Vancouver, the same city where The Flash is shot. Robbie Amell revealed in an interview last month that he starts shooting The Flash Season 2 in July. The actor's co-star Victor Garber, who plays the other half of Firestorm, said that »
Fox’s The X-Files revival is continuing to add big names to its cast. The Flash‘s Robbie Amell and Six Feet Under‘s Lauren Ambrose have both signed on to appear in the continuation of the iconic sci-fi series. As other outlets have reported, Amell will be “smart and smooth” Agent Miller, while Ambrose will play the “equally sharp and confident” Agent Einstein. Both actors will guest star in one of The X-Files revival’s six episodes. As mentioned above, Amell currently recurs on The CW’s The Flash, but his past TV credits include The Tomorrow People, Modern Family, and 1600 Penn. Meanwhile, Ambrose was a series regular on Six Feet Under and more recently has had roles in USA Network’s Dig and Law & Order: Svu. Amell and Ambrose join Community‘s Joel McHale as new additions to The X-Files cast. McHale is set to play Tad O’Malley, »
- Chris King
Fox’s upcoming X-Files revival will be packed with familiar faces, from Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) to the Cigarette Smoking Man (William B. Davis), but it will also feature a fair share of series newcomers. Today, it was announced that The Flash‘s Robbie Amell and Six Feet Under‘s Lauren Ambrose would be taking on pivotal parts in the six-episode series.
Amell is said to be playing the “smart, smooth” Agent Miller, while Ambrose will take on the “sharp, confident” Agent Einstein. In typical X-Files fashion, not much more than that is known about either character.
Mitch Pileggi is also returning for the new string of episodes as Skinner, while other fresh faces include Joel McHale (of Community and The Soup fame) as a conservative talk show host who allies himself with Mulder under unexpected circumstances, and Annet Mehendru, Flight of the Conchords‘ Rhys Darby and »
- Isaac Feldberg
Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose are your new FBI agents on The X-Files. Amell will play the "smart, smooth" Agent Miller and Ambrose will take on the role of "sharp, confident" Agent Einstein in an upcoming episode of The X-Files revival, according to Fox. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny are returning to their iconic roles of Dana Scully and Fox Mulder in a six-episode event series this January. Series Chris Carter is behind the revival. Other guest stars so far include Joel McHale, Rhys Darby, Kumail Nanjiani and Annet Mahendru. Mitch Pileggi will also return as Walter Skinner and William B. Davis will somehow be back as The Smoking Man. Silicon Valley star Nanjiani and McHale are professed big fans of the »
Fox’s “The X-Files” follow-up has found some new recruits to seek the truth that’s out there.
Lauren Ambrose (“Six Feet Under”) and Robbie Amell (“The Flash”) will appear in one episode of the upcoming six-episode event series. Character details were scarce and simply described her Agent Einstein as “sharp” and “confident” and his Agent Miller as “smart” and “smooth.” Despite the actors’ likenesses to “X-Files” stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny — particularly considering Ambrose’s hair color — sources say this will not be a flashback episode, and it will be set in the present day.
Both Duchovny and Anderson are set to return to their iconic roles as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. Mitch Pileggi is also back as FBI official Walter Skinner, along with William B. Davis as Mulder and Scully’s frequent foil, the Smoking Man. Guest stars include Joel McHale, Annet Mahendru, Rhys Darby and Kumail Nanjiani. »
- Whitney Friedlander
The X-Files has added Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose to its upcoming event series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Amell will play Agent Miller who is described as "smart" and "smooth." Ambrose will appear as Agent Einstein who is described as "sharp" and "confident." They'll appear in the fourth episode of the six-episode revival. The duo's addition comes at a busy time for the event series: in addition to returning stars David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Mitch Pileggi and William B. Davis, the guest stars on tap include Joel McHale, The Americans' Annet Mahendru, Flight of the Conchords' Rhys
- Marisa Roffman
Production is currently under way on Fox's Untitled X-Files Revival in Vancouver, which brings back The X-Files stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny to reprise their roles as Scully and Mulder. The new series will also bring back original X-Files stars Mitch Pileggi (Walter Skinner) and William B. Davis (The Cigarette Smoking Man), but the only new cast members that has been announced are Joel McHale, who plays a news anchor that becomes an ally to Mulder, and Annet Mahendru. Over the weekend, Silicon Valley star Kumail Nanjiani revealed on his Twitter page that he has landed a role on the series, posting a new photo from the set with Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny.
While he wouldn't reveal exactly who he is playing, the photo he posted from the set showed the actor wearing an animal control officer uniform. It isn't known exactly what episode Kumail Nanjiani will be appearing in, »
During the ESPYs, host Joel McHale took a shot at Tiger's infamous relationship woes, most recently his split from Lindsey.
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Lindsey Vonn is taking the red carpet by storm. Just one day after the skiing champion shut down the 2015 Espy Awards red carpet in a smoking hot red dress with a thigh-high slit, the 30-year-old athlete wowed in a bright blue jumpsuit at the Kids' Choice Sports 2015, which aired on Nickelodeon, where she caught up with E! News and dished on everything from ex-Tiger Woods to her enviable fit figure. Asked if she was bothered by host Joel McHale's joke about her ex-boyfriend at the ESPYs, she replied with a smile, "You can't take that stuff seriously. It is what it is. I don't take that stuff to heart." Read: Tiger Woods denies cheating on Lindsey »
"I want to believe!" The iconic UFO poster gets stomped on as the military arrive to investigate strange lights in the first teaser trailer for the Untitled X-Files Revival. Soon, Mulder and Scully are back on the case. And just what is in that bag? Fox revealed the first teaser trailer for The X-Files, which returns after a 13 year hiatus. And it hints at a possible extraterrestrial case for our long absent FBI agents.
Fox debuted the first official footage during last night's penultimate episode of Wayward Pines, turning an average Thursday night into a monumental occasion. The Untitled X-Files Revival was announced way back in May, and only started shooting this summer. While we still have half a year before it hits, Fox is already starting to get everyone excited for the return of Mulder and Scully, who haven't worked since 2008's The X-Files: I Want to Believe. And »
The X-Files is coming back to television, and Fox is canny enough to know how much a small-screen revival of the beloved sci-fi/detective drama will mean to its long-time fans. As such, we can probably expect a lot of infuriating, intriguing teasers like the one released today.
With that haunting theme tune and that iconic “I Want to Believe” poster (trampling over it crosses some serious boundaries, random spook), as well as glimpses of David Duchovny’s Fox Mulder and Gillian Anderson’s Dana Scully, the trailer is a tiny but still enjoyable teaser for the reboot that gives away absolutely no plot but should still manage to get fans worked up.
Duchovny and Anderson are returning to topline the new episodes, and they’ll be joined by Mitch Pileggi as Skinner and William B. Davis as the Cigarette Smoking Man. Annet Mehendru and Joel McHale are both joining the cast in new roles, »
- Isaac Feldberg
Fans of animated Netflix comedy Bojack Horseman will find the new run deeper, richer and funnier than the first...
“This is a situation comedy! No-one watches this show to feel feelings!”
It’s fair to say that Bojack Horseman was one of the more surprising hits among last year’s new programming. A dark animated comedy featuring Will Arnett as an out-of-work sitcom actor who also happens to be an anthropomorphised horse, the show launched on Netflix with relatively little fanfare. But as word of mouth spread, Bojack Horseman found an audience of loyal fans, spawning a Christmas special and now a second series.
One of the biggest surprises of Bojack Horseman’s first season - and something that perhaps wasn’t obvious from the six episodes made available to reviewers at the time - was that beneath the dark, cynical exterior lay a strong, beating heart. Yes, the titular »
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