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Originally posted 03/25/2015 10:45AM
There are no details yet other than Fox has ordered six episodes with original stars original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson
Originally posted 03/24/2015 12:35PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4132652788001" "" "" "auto"] FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are back to take on the supernatural.
Thirteen years since the original sci-fi hit wrapped its run, The X-Files is returning to Fox in a new six-episode event series – and David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are set to reprise the cult-favorite characters.
The original series creator, Chris Carter, will helm the reboot of the sci-fi procedural, which will follow the FBI agents in six new science-fiction investigations, Fox Television Group announced Tuesday.
Originally posted 01/17/2015 04:45PM
The network would like to reboot the David Duchovny series
Originally posted 11/14/2013 09:00AM
It's the baby news heard 'round the world: Kerry Washington is expecting her first child, and while we're excited for the actress, it leaves fans of Scandal scratching their heads about what Washington's bump means for Olivia Pope.
Producer Shonda Rimes has remained mum since Washington's October announcement about whether the pregnancy will be written into the show, but should she choose not to, there's plenty of past precedent to draw from on how to handle a star's changing shape, ranging from the subtle to the downright ridiculous.
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."
Originally posted 12/16/2012 01:25PM
Sofia Vergara may be the break-out star of Modern Family, but now her younger sister is stepping into the spotlight.
Sandra Vergara – who is Sofia's biological cousin and adopted sister – just landed a role on an upcoming episode of CSI, TV Line reports. Sandra, 24, will play Latin pop star Silvana, who is about to make her debut in the U.S. when her sister Marta is killed. Silvana has to keep her cool and figure out who she can trust once the murderer comes after her.
Meanwhile, Kristen Stewart and Will Ferrell have found themselves on the wrong side of the law.
Originally posted 08/07/2012 08:00PM
Gillian Anderson is single again.
The former X-Files star, 43, has parted ways with Mark Griffiths, her partner since 2006, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
They have two children, sons Oscar, 5, and Felix, 3.
This is not the first serious relationship that has ended for Anderson. She split from husband Clyde Klotz – with whom she has a daughter – in 1997, and with second husband Julian Ozanne in 2006.
Originally posted 10/20/2008 07:35PM
X-Files star Gillian Anderson and boyfriend Mark Griffiths are parents of a baby boy, the actress's rep tells PEOPLE exclusively.
Felix Griffiths, weighing 6 lbs., 15 oz., was born Oct. 15 in London, says rep Kelly Bush.
Felix is the second child for Anderson, 40, with Griffiths, joining their 1-year-old son Oscar. Anderson also has a 14-year-old daughter, Piper, from a previous marriage.
Originally posted 09/25/2008 08:35AM
Pregnant Gillian Anderson gave the audience quite a scare Wednesday night, when she lost her balance and fell to the floor at the London premiere of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People.
As director Robert Weide introduced the movie – which also stars Kirsten Dunst and Megan Fox – he joked that Anderson going into labor that night would be great publicity.
Anderson, 40, then went on stage, in a floor-grazing Alice Temperley dress, and threw a fake punch at Weide. But she lost her balance and ended up falling to the ground, drawing gasps from the crowd at the Empire Leicester Square.
Originally posted 07/31/2008 08:45AM
Screaming fans begged for autographs and waved homemade signs Wednesday night at the U.K. premiere of The X-Files: I Want to Believe.
"It's gratifying that people love the show so much," David Duchovny, 47 – star of the movie and the cult hit television series – told reporters.
But is this the end for the X-Files and its heroes, F.B.I. agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully?
The movie – the second feature film based on the sci-fi series that ended in 2002 – generated a moderate $10.2 million at the U.S. box office. Now international moviegoers may shed some light on whether there's another sequel.
"We did this [movie] so that it's a possibility that it's the last time you'll see Mulder and Scully," director Chris Carter, 51, said on the red carpet. "We didn't do this as the last one. We did it as if it could be the last one."
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