Now twenty years after it first came onto the scene, "The X-Files" TV series has spawned two feature films: one in 1998 and the other in 2008. Will we ever see Mulder and Scully return for a third film? If they have their wish!
A few days ago we told you that Chris Carter had a role in mind for Simon Pegg should a new The X-Files feature film ever come to pass, and today we have some comments from Pegg himself. Is he down? Read on!
Well, "Zombieland" didn't turn out so great for Amazon Studios, but maybe "The After" from Chris Carter will fare better. We should find out soon enough as Amazon is moving forward with a pilot order for Carter’s new project with Georgeville TV.
The creator of "The X-Files," Chris Carter, got chatty with Empire Online today regarding the prospects of a new feature film in the franchise. We have the tasty bits for you right here along with the truth which is out there. Or something like that.
Exclusive Interview: Creator Chris Carter Looks Back at The X-Files, Discusses Potential Third Movie and More
Even though I generally don't struggle with words, when it comes to my total adoration of anything "X-Files" related, I'm often tongue-twisted. When Chris Carter's series first debuted in September 1993, everything for me as a genre fan changed.
TV Guide celebrated the 20th anniversary of "The X-Files" at San Diego Comic-Con, and we have all the highlights from the panel right here for you! The truth is in here!
TV Guide is celebrating the 20th anniversary of "The X-Files" at San Diego Comic-Con, and word has just come that Mulder himself, David Duchovny, will be there along with Scully (Gillian Anderson)! Great news for fans!
San Diego Comic-Con 2013: Gillian Anderson Confirms She'll Attend The X-Files 20th Anniversary Panel
TV Guide is celebrating the 20th anniversary of "The X-Files" at San Diego Comic-Con, and while we wait to hear if Mulder will be there, we did learn Scully (i.e., Gillian Anderson) is confirmed for two panels along with a signing. Personally, I'm hoping she'll squeeze in the "Hannibal" panel too.
It seems as if David Duchovny just refuses to put down the proverbial torch in terms of The X-Files film franchise. If only the filmmakers would put that much energy into actually making a good movie.
What is it about unexplained events that fascinate us so much? Sadly, projects centered around these themes usually end up falling kind of flat... Yeah, we're looking at YOU "The Event." So who better to possibly get one right than "The X-Files"' Chris Carter?
It was just a little while ago when David Duchovny talked about a new X-Files movie, and now his partner in supernatural crime, Gillian Anderson, is doing some talking of her own. Read on for the latest.
When it comes to television, "The X-Files" was an amazing show. When it comes to the big screen, the movies based on that show fall flatter than a flaccid ninety-year-old with an empty bottle of Viagra. Especially the last one. Could another right those wrongs?
"X-Files" fans, we have some good news. Hollywood will never make another crappy X-Files movie ever again! Okay, so we really can't guarantee that, but we can tell you that series creator Chris Carter is back with a whole new bag of tricks!
Finally, the movie you’ve all been waiting for is coming home! Fox has announced a December 2nd release date for the new classic X-Files: I Want to Believe (review) on both standard and Blu-ray DVD! All right, just a bit of sarcasm in there, sorry.
**UPDATE: Frank Spotnitz has "debunked" this rumor already in his official blog. All well and fine; just keep in mind these haven't been the most revealing of creative teams in the history of entertainment...**