David is scheduled to guest host on Live with Regis and Kelly on Wednesday, Jan. 27. Check local listings for your ABC station.
Archive for January, 2010
David and Téa were at the Golden Globe Awards ceremony together and here is an interview with them by Billy Bush. Sadly, David did not win this year. The award went to Alec Baldwin.
David is nominated for best actor in this years Golden Globe Awards for his role in Californation and the ceremony is this Sunday Jan. 17. The show will air on NBC so check your local listing.
Our friends at Zap2it say,
Best actor, comedy series
(Nominees: Alec Baldwin, “30 Rock”; Steve Carell, “The Office”; David Duchovny, “Californication”; Thomas Jane, “Hung”; Matthew Morrison, “Glee”)
Will win: Baldwin. It was a close call over Duchovny, but the Zap2it team favors the man who’s won two of the past three years.
Should win: Duchovny. He won in 2008 for “Californication,” and his work on the show this season was even better.
And of course we agree. Good luck to David and his Californation team!
Q: This spring you’re starring in a movie called The Joneses, in which you play the “father” of a cool but fake family that a corporation assembles to coax their neighbors into buying stuff. I suppose a lot of celebrities do the same thing.
A: Yeah, sure. I haven’t sold that much. But the culture that’s embracing Twilight and Paranormal Activity and District 9 and 2012—you could kind of say that The X-Files sold that.
Q: You helped release a media virus.
A: Exactly. And now it’s reinfected people. I guess it went dormant for a while.
Q: You passed through a period of genuine pop-culture frenzy during those peak X-Files years—sort of like what Robert Pattinson is going through now with the Twilight phenomenon. I’m curious about how it feels to live in the aftermath of that.
A: When you’re in the middle of it, you think, “This is the way it’s always going to be.”
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