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Post by jade1013 on Sat 30 Dec - 15:56




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The X-Files season 11 interview on E! News (12/29/17).

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Post by jade1013 on Tue 2 Jan - 6:00

The X-Files' Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny on 25 Years of Mulder & Scully—And a Satisfying Ending?

by Chris Harnick | Tue., Jan. 2, 2018 5:00 AM


Mulder and Scully are back. Again. Was this time easier for The X-Files stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson?

"No. I haven't yet found the rhythm," Anderson joked with E! News on set of The X-Files toward the end of the 10-episode production.

"She's got some time left," Duchovny cracked.

"Yes. There are high hopes," she said.

There are high hopes indeed. The X-Files returns for a second go around since ending its original nine-season run in 2002. Mulder and Scully returned for a six-episode run in 2016 and ended with a huge cliffhanger. The episodes provided more questions than answers for longtime fans. That's why Duchovny and Anderson are back.


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"Resolution is good," Anderson said.

"We didn't know what was going to happen after the last six, obviously we didn't know if it was going to be successful or work at all," Duchovny said. "So once we saw that it did, we thought we could come back and as you said resolve it or figure out a way to end."

And this very well could be the end of The X-Files after 25 years. Anderson has made it clear this is her last go around as Special Agent Dana Scully (at least for now), and creator Chris Carter always ends a season assuming this is it.

"Going into it, if I had thought we were going to be in our 50s and still playing these characters I probably would've jumped off of something," Anderson joked.

However X-Files fans should know this: There will be answers. But will fans be satisfied? "No," Duchovny deadpanned. "I don't think they'll ever be satisfied," Anderson laughed.

"I listen. If stuff makes sense to me, I try to incorporate it or think about how I can do a better job...We really go with gut instincts on this show and we have from the beginning," Carter said.

Watch the video above for more.

The X-Files returns Wednesday, Jan. 3 on Fox.




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Post by jade1013 on Wed 10 Jan - 8:26

The X-Files and Endings: Is This the Last Season for Mulder & Scully? Will Skinner Die?

by Chris Harnick | Wed., Jan. 10, 2018 8:00 AM


If this is the end of The X-Files, Mulder and Scully are fine with it. Well, the people who bring Mulder and Scully to life on The X-Files, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are fine with it.

"We've been asked that every year for the past 20 years as well," Duchovny cracked to E! News during a visit to the Fox show's set in Vancouver.

Anderson has been public about her desire to leave Special Agent Dana Scully behind, but as Duchovny pointed out, they've said all this before. Yet it's looking like these 10 episodes will be the last. For now.

"I haven't read No. 10, but I'm going to say yes," Anderson said when asked if she'd be satisfied with this being the end.

As for an ideal ending for Mulder and Scully, well, it may involve more than Mulder and Scully. More on that later this season. As for Mitch Pileggi's Skinner, the character's backstory will be explored this season and Pileggi did make a request to series creator Chris Carter regarding his FBI honcho character.

"I said to Chris, ‘Why don't we kill Skinner in the last episode? If this is going to be the last episode, let's kill him and make him go out as a hero." And he was like, "Ehhh, I don't know if I want to do that." But then I started thinking about it and I sent him a text and said, "Chris, never mind. Never mind what I said'…It's been a treat. And playing this guy has been awesome."

Preparing for the end has been something Carter has done for years on The X-Files.


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Maybe it's time to fall off that cliff—either for good, or for a while. You want the actors engaged with the material and characters. It's been 25 years since The X-Files premiered, there's been two movies and more than 200 episodes. This has been more than a respectable run. And it's looking like the 2018 batch of episodes shook off the cobwebs and are getting back to what made The X-Files a hit in the first place. Anderson and Duchovny said that's why they came back.

"Resolution is good," Anderson said.

"Yeah. We didn't know what was going to happen after the last 6, obviously we didn't know if it was going to be successful or work at all," Duchovny said. " So once we saw that it did, we thought we could come back, and as you said, resolve it or figure out a way to end."

At the 2018 TCA winter press tour, Fox bosses Gary Newman and Dana Walden addressed the recent comments and chatter of this being the last iteration of The X-Files.

"It seems like if those are the circumstances, there won't be any more X-Files," Walden told press.

Newman elaborated in a smaller group of reporters. "Gillian has said she doesn't want to do the series anymore, and Chris has said I wouldn't do the series without Gillian, well if you believe both things, then there'd be no more X-Files. But I think you could have asked David or Gillian at various times since the show originally went off the air, would you do the X-Files, some days you'd get a yes, some days you'd get a no, and they've done two additional seasons. I would not foreclose the possibility that in the future, there would be more. But not only are there no plans, there hasn't been a single conversation about it," he said.

"It would be foolish for me to even speculate on it. Obviously we love the show and love the people involved, and excited to have it back on the air," Newman concluded.

Would you be fine with this being the last season of The X-Files?

The X-Files airs Wednesdays, 8 p.m. on Fox.




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Post by jade1013 on Wed 28 Feb - 6:50


Gillian Anderson & David Duchovny Talk "Blobfish" Episode

After Gillian's tweet with a blobfish on set, the "X-Files" star and costar David dish on the mysterious "amazing" episode with the fish. Get the scoop!


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