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David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson Have X-Files Reunion at Comic-Con

Originally posted 07/19/2013 11:30AM

Like the truth, is another sequel out there?

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, the stars of TV's The X-Files and its two hit film sequels, certainly hinted at that possibility on Thursday at Comic-Con in San Diego.

Delighting fans who came to celebrate the show's 20th anniversary, Anderson, 44, said she would not be interested in doing the series again but added – to a roar of audience approval – that "a film would be great."

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David Duchovny Drinks Wine in His Sunglasses – at Night! | David Duchovny

David Duchovny Drinks Wine in His Sunglasses – at Night!

Originally posted 10/20/2011 05:55AM

David Duchovny was spotted sipping white wine – and wearing his sunglasses – at San Diego's Saltbox Dining & Drinking. The Californication star was with a female guest, and the two soon headed to a corner booth where they ordered some food – specifically a tomato and Burrata salad, bay scallop ceviche and spicy Cioppino. – Jennifer Garcia

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David Duchovny Wants to End Dog Overpopulation

Originally posted 07/15/2011 02:00PM

What if a pill could solve the problem of dog overpopulation?

As a longtime dog lover, David Duchovny was excited to lend his support when a friend told him about 600Million.org, an organization working to develop a product that would safely spay and neuter stray dogs.

"It just sounded like an amazing prospect," he tells PEOPLE. "A onetime pill that can solve this horrendous problem that's not only a drain on resources, but a situation of great cruelty for the animals themselves."

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David Duchovny and Téa Leoni Separate

David Duchovny and Téa Leoni Separate

Originally posted 06/29/2011 09:20AM

David Duchovny and Téa Leoni, married for 14 years, have separated, their reps confirm to PEOPLE.

The actor, 50, and actress, 45, separated in 2008 for several months, the same year that the Californication star entered a rehabilitation center to be treated for sex addiction. But they reunited and soon seemed closer than ever.

The couple first met early in their careers when they were both interviewing for the same guest spot on the Tonight Show. They married in 1997.

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Téa Leoni Wants David Duchovny to Clap – Not Sing – at Christmas

Téa Leoni Wants David Duchovny to Clap – Not Sing – at Christmas

Originally posted 12/05/2010 11:15AM

Téa Leoni is looking forward to belting out holidays tunes with her extended family this Christmas, but says there's one person who will not be encouraged to sing along: husband David Duchovny.

"I'm really excited honestly for this Christmas because all of us crazy Pantaleonis are getting together," she told PEOPLE at the UNICEF Snowflake Ball Tuesday. (Leoni's grandmother, Helenka Adamowska, founded the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.) "All together there's something like 40 of us and there's a lot of singing."

"I have a lot of musical cousins," she says. "David will not be singing. We just encourage David to clap along."

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Callie Thorne Laughs Her Way Through Sex Scene with David Duchovny | Callie Thorne, David Duchovny

Callie Thorne Laughs Her Way Through Sex Scene with David Duchovny

Originally posted 06/28/2010 01:05PM

Making love on screen is rarely easy, but actress Callie Thorne found playing opposite Californication's David Duchovny was a piece of cake – thanks to her leading man.

"I was a big sweaty mess because it's nerve racking enough doing a guest spot on something and then to have it be [a sex scene], but David made me feel very comfortable," Thorne, 40, who guest-starred on his Showtime series, told PEOPLE at the season-six premiere of her FX show Rescue Me.

"By the time we situated ourselves under the covers, I took my robe off … and by the time we shot it, David was making me laugh so hard that it didn't cross my mind that we were in this really strange situation," she says.

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Everything's Good at Home, Says David Duchovny

Everything's Good at Home, Says David Duchovny

Originally posted 09/14/2009 11:40AM

David Duchovny appeared happy to be at the Toronto Film Festival, where he's promoting his new movie The Joneses, except for one thing: He was without his wife, Téa Leoni, and their kids, Madelaine West, 10, and Kyd Miller, 7.

"I had to leave them this morning to come here – that's tough," Duchovny, 49, told PEOPLE at the film's Sunday premiere. Though last fall the couple separated, that was then. Now at home, he says, "Everything is great."

After calling Leoni, whom he married in 1997, a "great partner, wife, and mother" (and a killer on the tennis court, to boot), Duchovny talked up his cross-country family vacation over the summer. His favorite part of the journey? "Just being with my kids and watching them open up," he tells PEOPLE. "Just watching them relate to new people and new experiences – it's just great seeing them as little people."

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David Duchovny & Téa Leoni Together for Californication | David Duchovny


David Duchovny & Téa Leoni Together for Californication Party

Originally posted 07/21/2009 12:30PM

Just one month after spending Father's Day together on the Malibu shore with their two children, David Duchovny brought his estranged wife Téa Leoni to Saturday's season-three wrap party for his Showtime series Californication.

"David and Téa came in holding hands and got drinks together at the bar," one guest tells PEOPLE. "Then he wandered off to talk to [costar] Pamela [Adlon], but once the gag reel was about to begin he went to find Téa."

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David and Téa: 'They're Still in Love' | David Duchovny, Tea Leoni

David and Téa: 'They're Still in Love'

Originally posted 06/21/2009 09:15AM

David Duchovny and Téa Leoni looked like the picture perfect family on June 14 as they frolicked on the Malibu beach with their two kids, smiling and playing in the water.

The couple has shown a united front – and no discord – since they announced their separation last fall after Duchovny voluntarily entered rehab for sex addiction. Sources tell PEOPLE the couple remains close for the sake of their children Madeline, 10, and Kyd, 7.

"Their relationship has really improved," says a pal of Duchnovny, who stars in the Showtime series Californication. "They're still in love. They very much care for each other and whatever happens they are working it out for the kids."

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Newspaper Calls Its Story of David Duchovny and Tennis Coach 'Inaccurate'

Newspaper Calls Its Story of David Duchovny and Tennis Coach 'Inaccurate'

Originally posted 11/17/2008 06:50PM

The U.K. Daily Mail is apologizing for what it now calls an "inaccurate" article about a relationship between David Duchovny and a tennis coach.

"On October 19, an article about actor David Duchovny may have suggested he had an amorous relationship with a tennis coach, Edit Pakay," the paper says. "We now accept this is inaccurate and Ms. Pakay and Mr. Duchovny are only friends who used to play tennis occasionally. Their relationship went no further and was not a factor in Mr. and Mrs. Duchovny's separation. We apologize to Ms. Pakay, Mr. Duchovny and to Mr. Duchovny's family."

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