David Duchovny Urges Fans to Demand Another X-Files Movie
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.
"We always want to," he told Jay Leno in an interview on Wednesday's "The Tonight Show." "[Creator] Chris Carter and [co-star] Gillian Anderson and I, we're always on board."
"You want to write Fox and get 'em going…," he told the audience, adding: "You could wheel me [out]. I'll play Fox Mulder forever."
The sci-fi series aired on Fox for nine seasons, from 1993-2002, spawning two movies. 1998's The X-Files: Fight the Future grossed about $189 million at the worldwide box office, but the 2008 sequel, subtitled I Want to Believe, earned only $68 million, according to Box Office Mojo. Still, the show continues to have a huge cult following.
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