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X-Files 2 Press Junket Interviews

David and X-Files 2 co-star Gillian Anderson sat down with multiple news organizations last week as part of The X-Files: I Want to Believe press junket. Here are a few of those interviews (with several more after the cut):


New X-Files Secrets from Mulder and Scully

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are back in action as Special Agents Mulder and Scully for ‘The X Files: I Want to Believe,’ and we have new set secrets from the alien-hunting duo! The thriller opens in theaters on July 25.

The truth is out there—but Duchovny’s not telling

Surprise! David Duchovny is returning as Agent Fox Mulder in The X-Files: I Want to Believe, the second film spin-off of the FBI-meets-aliens TV hit. Maddeningly, that “no, duh!” information seems to be the only tidbit the deadpan 47-year-old—or anyone else—will reveal about the movie, whose “secret” has somehow yet to surface on the Internet. Duchovny, a native New Yorker who is married to actor Téa Leoni, is less tight-lipped about his Golden Globe–garnering role as a horndog novelist on Showtime’s Californication (which he also executive-produces), returning for its second season on September 22.

Time Out New York: I hear you’re moving back to New York with your family this fall. How long has it been since you last lived here?
David Duchovny:
Over 20 years. Has it changed?

TONY: Not at all. Especially not the East Village, where you grew up.
David Duchovny:
[Laughs] Yeah, it’s very different. But the East Village was always struggling to have an identity. I think it always will.

TONY: Does this mean the title of Californication will be changing to Newyornication?
David Duchovny:
No, but I never liked the title anyway, because I didn’t want the focus to be on sex. I thought fornication kind of did that. So I tried for a long time but couldn’t come up with a better title.


David Duchovny: ‘The X-Files’ is equal to God

These days, every major genre film and hit show has a significant presence on the Internet, but that wasn’t the case when “The X-Files” became a spooky sensation in the 1990s. David Duchovny said that, like his character Fox Mulder, the relentless faith of true believers is astounding to behold.

” ‘The X-Files’ was said to be the first Internet show,” Duchovny said over coffee on a recent morning in Los Angeles. “We had chat rooms and fan sites and all that. Look, I’m usually five or six years behind whatever is hip. So it was around 2000 that I started doing e-mail and finally started understanding what all that was about.”

And what was it about? The answer is religion, apparently.


TV Guide Magazine Cover Story

Is the Truth Still Out There?

Six years after leaving the air, The X-Files returns with a new movie—and the set holds more secrets than Area 51

by Craig Tomashoff for TV Guide

The van ride to the Vancouver set of “The X-Files: I Want to Believe” feels a lot like what approaching Area 51 must feel like. A mystery awaits, although you’re not at all sure what kind of clues you’ll actually find.

The production assistant behind the wheel is perfectly friendly, talking about the weather (cold), the city (growing) and the best place for Chinese food (pretty much anywhere). But when the conversation takes a turn into X-Files territory, he quickly tucks today’s production schedule into his jacket and offers up more news about the weather.

Back during the show’s nine-year run on Fox, it was tough enough to unravel the mysteries behind the space aliens, black ooze and that guy who smoked an awful lot. Now, however, it’d be easier to have brunch with Osama bin Laden than to find out what is about to happen with FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in the movie, out July 25.


A Conversation with David Duchovny and Gillin Anderson

The Ghostbusters may have been the go-to guys for spookhunting in the ‘80s, but if weird shit was going down in your neighbourhood during the ‘90s, there was only one number to call: that connecting you to a basement office in the J. Edgar Hoover Building, Washington, DC. From there, FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully pursued cases with a paranormal tinge, encountering everything from ghouls to killer cockroaches in their quest for ‘the truth’.

Guided by the hand of creator Chris Carter, The X-Files fused lurid horror and sci-fi plotlines with detailed procedural, making even its most outré events seem credible. The approach paid huge dividends, turning the Fox TV series first into a cult smash, then a mainstream phenomenon. But would it have been half the hit it was without its lead duo, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson? Doubtful.

Individually, they’re charming – Duchovny laidback and appealingly goofy; Anderson smouldering and smart. But together they’re dynamite, especially within the dynamic established by The X-Files, casting the former as a boyishly enthusiastic believer in the supernatural and the latter as his ever-sceptical foil. Would they manage to stop a government conspiracy to hand over Earth to aliens? And, more importantly, would they end up as an item?


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