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Hundreds of fans packed onto Hollywood Boulevard, many having queued overnight, to cheer on the welcome return of Mulder and Scully at the world premiere of The X-Files: I Want To Believe.
Lovers of the show, which first aired on TV in 1993, screamed and went crazy as David Duchovny arrived early to spend some time with the crowds. The actor was swiftly joined by actress Gillian Anderson, dressed in a blue satin dress that had been designed to fit snuggly around her tiny baby bump.
Speaking on the red carpet Gillian said it had been a pleasure to reunite with her former cast mate: “I think that our appreciation for each other has increased over the years. We’ve been in contact and we’ve gotten older, but I think we were both hugely excited to come back together again and it felt like a treat. Like I’m having an opportunity now to work with somebody, as opposed to ‘ehrrghhh another day, not again!'”
BEVERLY HILLS – David Duchovny looks uncomfortable.
Having to face 200-plus reporters, bloggers and columnists in a darkened hotel ballroom is not the best way to discuss his sexually charged Showtime comedy series, “Californication.”
He’s sharing the stage with Mary-Louise Parker of “Weeds,” Michael C. Hall of “Dexter” and Jason Clarke of “Brotherhood” – all of whom also look uncomfortable in this painfully slow news conference during the Television Critics Association’s fall preview tour here.
Dressed in jeans, black shirt and black jacket and with his hair tussled and stubble on his face, Duchovny looks like his Hank Moody character: a burned-out, bed-hopping novelist who supplies the fornication in the title of the show.
After waiting six years, Duchovny returns in film based on the popular TV series
By Robin Rowe for Hollywood Today
David Duchovny in ‘X-Files 2’ HOLLYWOOD, CA (Hollywood Today) 7/24/08 – “I thought I would fall back into Mulder very naturally, but at first playing the character felt a little odd,” says ‘The X-Files: I Want to Believe’ star David Duchovny. “I didn’t want to make any drastic changes in the way I played Mulder because the character is so well-known. But of course I’m older now, and so is Mulder, so some things had to change.”
The film reunites series stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson under the direction of series creator Chris Carter, Australian who co-wrote the online casino screenplay with Frank casino Spotnitz. ‘The X-Files 2’ encountered delays. Carter and Fox fought a court battle over royalties from re-runs of the television series, then the WGA writers strike hit.
Today on Sci-Fi Channel starting at 7 a.m., the eight episodes from “X-Files: Revelations” will be shown as a pseudo preview of the movie. X-Files creator Chris Carter has released “Revelations” to serve as clues about the subject matter of the new movie. Here is some great info from post-trib.com:
1. What are the middle names of Scully and Mulder?
2. What nickname did Scully’s dad bestow upon her?
3. What was the real name of the enigmatic “Cigarette Smoking Man”?
4. What NFL team did the Smoking Man say he would never allow to win the Super Bowl as long as he was alive?
5. What rock group has a hit song that mentions “X-Files” and the “Smoking Man”?
6. From what college did Mulder graduate?
7. What were Mulder’s first words as a baby?
8. What was Mulder’s apartment number?
9. How many times did Mulder and Scully kiss on the lips in the TV series?
10. What future date is the alien colonization of the Earth supposed to take place?
(find X-Answers after the cut)