David Duchovny says yes to The X-Files reboot

21 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

David Duchovny is keen to reprise X-Files role.

David Duchovny has said that he would be “more than happy” to revive his X-Files character Fox Mulder for a rebooted version of the popular supernatural crime drama. The actor played FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder in the sci-fi series from 1993 to 2002 and, following reports the programme could be brought back, he has told USA Today he is open to returning. Duchovny, who played FBI agent Fox “Spooky” Mulder through nine series and two spin-off films, said he would to join if Gillian Anderson, who played his scepetical side kick Dana Scully, and Chris Carter the show’s creator were involved. “I’m assuming that it will happen sooner rather than later now,” he said. “We’ll see what form, how many (episodes).

Fox TV chairman Gary Newman revealed that Fox is in talks to revive the cultishly adored sci-fi series, with original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson slated to return. Yesterday saw the release of Resident Evil HD Remaster, a 2015 HD remake of the 2002 remake of the classic 1996 video game as well as a released trailer for Rock N Roll Racing Off Road for Wii U, a graphical upgrade of the awesome 1993 SNES and Mega Drive racer. Newman clairified that the X-Files revival isn’t officially happening — yet — but that the network is “hopeful” it can work out a deal with Duchovny, Anderson, and series creator Chris Carter. It was announced over the weekend that Fox were considering bringing back seminal TV series The X-Files, one of the most beloved science fiction horror shows of the 1990s. While some fans were clamouring to see Mulder and Scully back on our TV screens to discover if the truth is really out there, it highlights the creative void we currently live in as a movie and TV watching society.

She said last year: “There is always a possibility, it’s always a matter of it actually happening – and there’s a lot that needs to happen between the idea and actually turning up on set, and I don’t unfortunately have any control over that. I would, yes.” Comments that are judged to be defamatory, abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted. Gillian Anderson has recently enjoyed success in the second series of The Fall, while Duchovny is set to appear in Aquarius, about the Charles Manson murders.

They’ll be paid sure, but reprising the roles that made you stars doesn’t always work out for the best – just ask Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels about the reception Dumb and Dumber To got.

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