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Chris Carter hospitalized for exhaustion

Chris Carter, writer, producer, and director of The X-Files: I Want to Believe, was hospitalized on Tuesday due to “physical exhaustion and an acute sleeping disorder,” a source close to Carter (pictured, right, with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson) tells The source says the hospitalization stems from Carter “working on multiple films back to back over a two year period” — the recently released X-Files sequel and Fencewalker, a covert project he is rumored to have begun shooting earlier this year. He is expected to recover quickly.

Source: Entertainment Weekly Interview

He may have found success again in the hit TV show ‘Californication’ but to millions David Duchovny will always be Special Agent Fox Mulder. Having played Mulder since 1993, Duchovny now, after six years, returns to his most iconic role. The long-anticipated second film, based on the phenomenally popular, award-winning series The X-Files reunites the series stars under the direction of series creator Chris Carter, who co-wrote the screenplay with Frank Spotnitz. Here, Duchovny talks to us about bringing the team back together, working with Gillian Anderson and going head to head with the Dark Knight at the box office.

Jimmy Kimmel Live Media

Photos and a video clip of David on Jimmy Kimmel Live on July 30, 2008 promoting The X-Files: I Want to Believe:

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New UK Interview Clips

Four more after the cut.

UK’s GMTV Interview


UK Premiere Photos/Clip

The X-Files: I Want to Believe UK premiere in London:

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UK’s Sky News coverage of the premiere:

BBC NewsBeat Interview

The new X-Files film, I Want To Believe, is out in the cinemas this weekend and is the first new material from screenwriter Chris Carter, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson since the TV series ended in 2002. David Duchovny talks about the possibility of another X-Files film and getting back into the character of FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder.

Is it true you were the driving force behind bringing the series back as a movie?

I don’t know where that idea comes from, I honestly don’t. It’s not that I didn’t want to do it, but I certainly don’t believe I was the driving force. It’s something that Chris (Carter) keeps saying and I’m not sure why. He must have a reason because he never says anything without a reason.

But I think, for me, it was somewhat redemptive just because having left the show after eight years I felt in some way, not that it wasn’t the right decision for me, but that I had left Chris and Gillian (Anderson) a way to carry on without an integral part of the show. I always said, ‘We should be doing this as movies. We’re all burnt out, we’ve done enough of the show.’ It’s natural to transform into a movie franchise, I always thought.

And so for me to be able to be good to my word in that sense and show them that I didn’t abandon them, that I was just getting off the show and I loved the characters and I love them. For me it was a nice personal kind of a journey, so I think maybe that is why Chris is saying I was always the one who said, ‘Let’s do that.’


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