05:22 AM EDT 07/10/2016
Originally posted 03/14/2016 01:05PM
Born in 1879, Albert Einstein would have celebrate his 137th birthday on Monday. Einstein, of course, died in 1955 at the age of 76, which means he's been dead for nearly as long as he was alive. However, passing away has done little to diminish Einstein's presence in the public eye. Decades later, his name gets mentioned at a frequency that few others do – and certainly more frequently than many living scientists' names.
Gillian Anderson: About That Time My Daughter Tried to 'Warn' Me About an Impending Fashion Disaster
Originally posted 01/26/2016 09:55AM
Having done a photo shoot earlier in the day, for which her hair was styled with wax for a '90s look, Anderson had planned to just wear the same hairstyle for her event that night.
"It was really greasy," says the X-Files star, 47. "It looked great but if you try and wear that in your real life then it looks like you have not washed your hair for a year and a half."
Gillian Anderson Talks Scully and Mulder's Estranged Relationship: That 'Tension' Always Drove The X-Files
Originally posted 01/24/2016 06:25PM
The truth about Dana Scully and Fox Mulder's relationship is out there – but viewers will have to wait until the X-Files miniseries premieres Sunday night to find out what's driven a wedge between the FBI's spooky duo.
It took seven seasons and two movies for Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny's characters to move beyond a platonic partnership. When the new show picks up, Scully and Mulder aren't together anymore, though their chemistry crackles as hot as ever.
"In the first episode, they're no longer a couple. They're living apart. They have not had that much contact with each other," Anderson, 47, tells PEOPLE. "Obviously there is a child between them, and so they're always going to be connected in that way. But it feels a little estranged at the very beginning, which is kind of how it always was. It was this tension between the two of them which is part of what worked with the series and which drove the series, so it's actually an interesting way I think for us to begin again."
Originally posted 01/24/2016 01:55PM
Sunday is the day X-Files diehards have been waiting for: For the first time since 2002, we get to watch new episodes of one of the biggest cult favorite series in TV history.
Originally posted 01/24/2016 10:35AM
The X-Files returns to television on Sunday night, a boon for all of us still carrying the torch for the series (and a torch for either lead agent). Like Breaking Bad, Mad Men or any of the other finely detailed shows of the current era of great television, The X-Files has fans whose obsession with the show borders on that of David Duchovny's Agent Fox Mulder. That's why we're celebrating the show's return with this trivia roundup: Feel free to bring up any of these gems at a premiere party or themed event to show your credentials.
Gillian Anderson Says She Was Offered Half of David Duchovny's Salary for the New X-Files: 'It Was Shocking'
Originally posted 01/22/2016 03:40PM
In a new interview, Gillian Anderson reveals that even in 2016, she had to fight for a wage equal to that of her male X-Files costar David Duchovny.
That's right: Anderson claims Fox initially only offered her half of Duchovny's salary for the highly anticipated miniseries, which premieres this weekend.
Originally posted 12/09/2015 04:15PM
Television shows didn't invent the idea of a Christmas miracle, but they sure help remind us that come Dec. 25, there's a chance that whatever woe and strife we're facing could vanish in a single, magical instant. And while not every show has a Christmas moment – and not every Christmas episode delivers a miracle – we thought we'd celebrate the season with 15 of our favorites.
Originally posted 07/21/2015 03:00PM
Robbie Ammell is signed to appear in one episode as a guest star
Originally posted 06/01/2015 06:00PM
[YOUTUBE "SGSE_XPF4_g"] This week, Entourage fans get to watch the boys bring their brand of Hollywood bro-ishness to the big screen, nearly four years after the TV series aired its final episode. Of course, it's far from the first cinematic adaptation of a TV series, but in this age of reboot upon reboot, it's notable that this one has migrated to the silver screen intact – it's a movie "sequel" featuring the same actors and characters as the original TV show.
Originally posted 05/26/2015 03:25PM
"I can tell you absolutely nothing – and it's fantastic,” Duchovny said of the reboot
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