Not surprisingly, there were a lot of X-Files questions.
Veronica Mars just raised $2 million in a single day through crowd funding. Who says sci-fi can't do the same?
David Duchovny has an idea for how to get a third X-Files movie made.
We freely admit that as sci-fi geeks, we get a little obsessive about details, and we can get a little miffed when people seem oblivious to something we think is vital knowledge. But we also have to admit that sometimes, there's nothing funnier than a pissed-off nerd, and the Internet totally agrees with us there.
Will Fox Mulder and Dana Scully ever team up on the big screen again? The last X-Files flick cast doubt over the future of the franchise, but earlier this month David Duchovny said there's always a chance. Now it seems his former co-star Gillian Anderson also wants to believe.
The show may have ended more than a decade ago, but Fox's former series The X-Files continues to inform modern sci-fi to this day—and the catchphrase "The Truth Is Out There" remains a true geek mantra. But what about Agent Scully's (Gillian Anderson) favorite exclamation?
It was a decade ago last night that the final episode of Chris Carter's conspiracy-laden sci-fi cult classic hit the air so it seemed like a perfectly fitting time to look back on the cast and see what they've been up to since the truth stopped being out there.
Former X-Files writer Frank Spotnitz feels your pain—and if you give him the chance, he promises a third and final film in the franchise would rock. Seriously.
With the 2008 X-Files movie I Want to Believe a critical and commercial dud, you couldn't blame actress Gillian Anderson (FBI Agent Dana Scully) if she wanted to hang up her gun and badge for the successful period drama career she's carved out over the past decade. But, it turns out she may still have some fight left in her to take on a few more aliens and government conspiracies.
There's no doubt David "Mulder" Duchovny and Gillian "Scully" Anderson made the perfect pair of alien-hunting feds on The X-Files, but that doesn't mean they didn't need a little tweaking. You never see it on screen, but to compensate for Anderson's small stature, the show's crew devised a very simple method to keep her on par with Duchovny: the "Scully Box."