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Last week, Fox debuted a new trailer for The X-Files during the new episode of Gotham, and now it seems that a pattern may be emerging. During tonight's episode of Gotham, the network debuted another trailer with brand new footage from The X-Files, which teases some of the "monsters" that Mulder (Gillian Anderson) and Scully (David Duchovny) will be investigating throughout this six-episode season. We'll have to wait and see if the next episode of Gotham yields another batch of new X-Files footage.
Sadly, this footage doesn't give us our first look at William B. Davis' The Cigarette Smoking Man, who was teased in a new poster released earlier this month. His appearance in The X-Files is somewhat surprising, since he appeared to be killed off during the 2002 two-part series finale, The Truth, and he didn't return for the 2008 feature film The X-Files: I Want to Believe. The actor »
Earlier today, Fox debuted a brand new poster for The X-Files, which teased the fan-favorite character Cgb Spender, a.k.a. "The Cigarette Smoking Man. It was also revealed earlier today that the network will air a new trailer for this highly-anticipated series during tonight's episode of Gotham, and now the footage has been released online. Unfortunately, this video doesn't feature this mysterious and beloved character, but hopefully we'll get to see him very soon.
William B. Davis' appearance in The X-Files is somewhat surprising, since he appeared to be killed off during the 2002 two-part series finale, The Truth, and he didn't return for the 2008 feature film The X-Files: I Want to Believe. The actor appeared in 37 episodes of The X-Files between 1993 and 2002, and in the original series, The Cigarette Smoking Man was Mulder's arch nemesis. The character's real name, C.G.B. Spender, wasn't revealed until The X-Files »
When The X-Files returns with its highly-anticipated event series next year, fans will be reunited with Fox Mulder (David Duchovny), Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) and a number of familiar and new characters alike. One of the returning characters is none other than Cgb Spender, better known as The Cigarette Smoking Man, played by William B. Davis. Today, TV Line has a new poster, which teases the return of Spender, and while his face is obscured, it's clear that The Cigarette Smoking Man hasn't quite kicked the smoking habit yet.
William B. Davis appeared in 37 episodes of The X-Files between 1993 and 2002, last appearing in the two-part series finale, The Truth. While it appeared that he was killed off in the finale, which lead to his exclusion in the 2008 movie The X-Files: I Want to Believe, series creator and executive producer Chris Carter has resurrected the Cigarette Smoking Man. In the original series, »
It’s official. “The X-Files” have officially been re-opened; Mulder and Scully are no longer living under the same roof and the Lone Gunmen are back.
Three months before its January premiere, an advanced screening of the premiere episode of the hotly anticipated Fox revival series made its nationwide debut on Saturday at New York Comic-Con.
Titled “My Struggle,” the first episode of the 10th season introduced texting to the series, as well as Joel McHale as conservative conspiracy theorist Tad O’Malley, and hit on several current hot-button political issues, which creator Chris Carter said was intentional.
“It’s a perfect time to be telling ‘X-Files,’” stories,” Carter said. “That’s why I was excited about doing it (again). We »
- Addie Morfoot
Anticipation is building for Fox's highly-anticipated X-Files Revival, which debuts this January, and we have already seen a number of trailers, with a new poster arriving from Mipcom yesterday. For those who want to relive the original series, though, you're in luck, since TV Shows on DVD has confirmed that Fox Home Entertainment will be releasing a new Blu-ray box set that contains all nine seasons of The X-Files on December 8. No special features details have been given yet, but you can take a look at the official product description below, which TV Shows on DVD obtained through the consumer service Fox Connect.
"Now for the first time, all nine exhilarating, groundbreaking seasons of The X-Files, along with special features, can be yours to own on Blu-ray! Although they began as reluctant partners, FBI special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully (Golden Globe winners David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson) ultimately »
Ahead of the upcoming event series revival premiering in January, it has been revealed that Fox is set to release a complete series Blu-ray box-set of "The X-Files" on December 8th.
Featuring all nine seasons, 202 episodes and 159 hours and 8 minutes of show remastered in high-definition, the set will have a suggested retail price of $299.99. The set does Not include "The X-Files: Fight the Future" or "The X-Files: I Want To Believe" movies.
TV Shows on DVD broke the news as Fox has yet to officially announce the set. You can check out the cover art for the discs below.
- Garth Franklin
With Fox's Untitled X-Files Revival set to debut in just a few months, the network held its world premiere screening of the pilot episode, My Struggle, at the Mipcom convention in Cannes, France today. While this hasn't been officially unveiled by Fox yet, Twitter user I Love Marseille revealed a new X-Files poster that was spotted at Mipcom. The poster features both Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) standing on a desolate road, with two mysterious beams of light forming a cryptic X between them.
Series creator and executive producer Chris Carter was on hand for the event, holding a Q&A session for the fans in attendance, following the pilot episode screening. The original series ran for nine seasons between 1993 and 2001, spawning two movies, 1998's The X-Files and 2008's The X-Files: I Want to Believe. The executive producer revealed at the Q&A, via MIPWorld, that »
When we last saw Mulder and Scully in the 2008 feature film The X-Files: I Want to Believe, the longtime FBI partners were engaged in a romantic relationship, finally coming together after several years of frustration and anticipation for both the lovers and their fans. As series creator and head boss Chris Carter has already explained, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson's central characters are no longer shacking up when we reunite with them in next year's Untitled X-Files Revival. Why are they no longer together? Chris Carter has revealed to THR that this break-up is being done in a very interesting way.
When The X-Files returns for 6 all-new episodes in January 2016, the Mulder and Scully relationship will be severely fractured. A lot of time will have passed between the couple, and it will be one of the driving arcs of this limited series. About their break-up and ultimate reunion, Chris Carter »
The presidential portrait is a series staple on The X-Files. And a new behind-the-scenes photo shared by returning star Gillian Anderson reveals that it is back in place. Though, last time the show was on the air in 2002, President George W. Bush was in office. And he was still in office when the last movie, The X-Files: I Want to Believe, hit theaters in July of 2008. Barack Obama was elected President just a few short months later, but this is the first time his presence will be felt on the show. About the President photobombing her selfie, which also includes co-stars David Duchovny and Mitch Pileggi, Gillian Anderson had this to say.
"Best photo bomb in @thexfiles history!"
Gillian Anderson tweeted out the photo, which you can see below, on Wednesday. She is seen in full character as Dana Scully, in what is presumably one of the upcoming episodes from »
Your time in the broken-up couple spotlight is over, Kermit and Miss Piggy, now it's The X-Files Mulder and Scully's turn. Yes E! News has learned the iconic X-Files partners-turned-partners are no longer together. But before you go praying to your UFO "I Want To Believe" poster, hear me out: This is a good thing! It's been seven years since we saw David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as the beloved FBI agents/paranormal investigators and that was in The X-Files: I Want To Believe, a movie not everybody loved. Their last scene together on screen? Rowing off into the sunset, quite literally. A lot can happen in seven years and a lot can happen in the six episodes Fox is giving viewers this winter. »
It was inevitable that the Fox executive session at the Television Critics Association summer tour would yield greater detail about the reboot of The X-Files that is currently in production. The event series is one of the most highly anticipated projects on the Fox Television Group slate, and fans have been poring over every snippet of preview footage already released.
Those attending the session were apparently treated to a whole scene from the first of the new episodes, with Chairman and CEO Dana Walden giving an explanatory introduction.
“You’re seeing a scene from our first episode back. As you may recall, the mix of episodes we did was mythology episodes, episodes that dug deeper into the conspiracy of The X Files, and then there were great standalone episodes. That’s still the mix we’ll be exploring in this run.”
These comments are both encouraging and intriguing. Fans of »
- Sarah Myles
Warning, there are Spoilers ahead. Production is still under way in Vancouver on Fox's Untitled X-Files Revival, and we've already seen a few snippets of footage in an X-Files trailer that debuted last month. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny are reprising their roles as Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, but it's already clear that these characters have changed quite a bit. The last time we saw these FBI agents was in the 2008 movie The X-Files: I Want to Believe, where they were actually a romantic couple living in the same house together. As it turns out, that won't be the case when the series debuts next year, with Fox debuting a scene at today's TCA panel that offers some valuable insight into their relationship.
According to Zap2It, the scene opens with Mulder arriving at Scully's house, which reveals right away that they are no longer living together or romantically involved. »
"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 15-second teaser gives viewers a glimpse at the iconic pair Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) back at it again, along with a quick shot of Mulder’s “I Want to Believe” poster being stepped on. Watch it below…
The show’s original run was from 1993 to 2002, but the last Mulder and Scully team-up was in the 2008 film The X-Files: I Want to Believe.
The X-Files returns to Fox for a six-episode limited series on January 24th 2016. Duchovny and Anderson will be joined by other cast members reprising their roles from the original series, including Mitch Pileggi as Walter Skinner and William B. Davis as The Smoking Man. Nicholas Lea’s Alex Krycek and Annabeth Gish’s Monica Reyes are rumored »
- Justin Cook
Fox released a new teaser for “The X-Files: I Want to Believe” on Thursday. The promo ends with agents Mulder and Scully wielding their guns before cutting to the series’ trademark musical theme. It also teases what appears to be a military-centric storyline. “The X-Files: I Want to Believe,” starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson premieres Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016, following the Nfc Chanpionship Game (airtime Tbd). The series’ Emmy Award-winning creator and executive producer Chris Carter is returning, alongside stars Duchovny and Anderson, who will reprise their roles as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, respectively, more than a decade after the. »
- Daniel Holloway
The all-woman jury at the 15th Nifff’s (Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival) has awarded the festival’s main prize, the H.R. Giger “Narcisse” award for best picture, to Jeremy Saunier’s Green Room.
The jury led by Zoe Bell (Death Proof) called Saunier’s film “an unstoppable and irresistibly dark coming-of-age survival, and a punk rock killer machine of a story”.
With the Narcisse award, Saunier also wins a cash prize of 10,000 Swiss francs (approx $10,650) from the city of Neuchâtel.
Another of the festival’s main awards, the Méliès d’argent for best European feature, went to Anders Thomas Jensen’s Men & Chickens.
The fast-growing film festival, which has a budget of €1.7m and is now one of the major movie events in Switzerland, reported more than »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Geoffrey Macnab)
Following the Entertainment Weekly magazine cover featuring Gillian Anderson (Dana Scully) and David Duchovny (Fox Mulder) from the Untitled X-Files Revival, the publication has released eight new photos, giving us our first look at two new cast members, Annet Mahendru and Joel McHale, along with more images of Mulder and Scully on their first case in more than a decade. We also get a look at the title page for the season premiere script, which is entitled "My Struggle", along with a behind-the-scenes shot of series creator Chris Carter in a production meeting.
As you can see in the first photo below, Mulder is looking rather disheveled, with David Duchovny revealing his character is in a "dark, dark place" when the series picks up. We have no details about how he got to this place. The last time we saw both Mulder and Scully together was in the 2008 movie The X-Files: I Want to Believe. »
Earlier this month, production got under way on Fox's Untitled X-Files Revival, which brings back Gillian Anderson (Dana Scully) and David Duchovny (Fox Mulder). Given the secretive nature of the show, there isn't too much we know yet, except that the revival will premiere this January, with the two stars joined by Mitch Pileggi (Walter Skinner), William B. Davis (The Cigarette Smoking Man) and new guest star Joel McHale, who will play an ally to Mulder. Today, Entertainment Weekly has revealed the cover of this week's issue, which features both Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny reuniting a Mulder and Scully, who shared new details about the show.
The series premiere will focus on Scully and Mulder investigating a "possible alien abductee," played by The Americans star Annet Mahendru, based on a tip provided by a conservative talk show host, played by Joel McHale. In the 2008 movie The X-Files: I Want to Believe, »
The two stars are set to reprise their roles as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in a new series of ‘The X Files’ and the 54-year-old actor is confident they will come across as well on screen as they did when the show first aired.
He said: “The chemistry I think is good. I mean, we haven’t done it in a while. Hopefully it’s still there. Chemistry is something that I don’t think you can create, and I don’t think you can lose it. It’s either there or it isn’t. It’s been said that it’s there for us, so I imagine that it’ll still be there.”
Though the revival was announced a few months ago, David admits it had been in the pipeline for “a couple of years” but has »
- The Hollywood News
Chris Carter, creator of The X-Files is heading to Switzerland. But it's no mystery why he's going. He will be a guest at the 2015 edition of the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival, which will be held from July 3-11. According to an official statement: He will be there in person to introduce his carte blanche, comprising an anthology of the show's best episodes, as well as some of his features, including The X-Files (USA, 1998), and The X-Files: I Want to Believe (USA, 2008). He will also discuss his works in the first part of the TV Series Storyworlds - Writer's Room colloquium. It will focus on the topic of the cliffhanger and how to write for a TV show. The festival bills itself...
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