And we bet a lot of X-Files fans are too!
It's only natural that after a week of rumors surrounding David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson's possibly-but-probably-not romantic relationship that we start talking about X-Files 3.
Mulder's reps firmly denied any interest in dating Scully, but that doesn't mean he isn't itching to do another movie "or more" with her!
While promoting his indie comedy Goats, the 52-year-old actor (yes, he's 52 and no, our eyes can't believe it either) was asked about the future of the series that shot him to fame in the 90s. Here's what he had to say about the X-Files and why there should more of it:
Although this is WAY too good to be true, sources are saying that Gillian Anderson — who just split from her longtime boyfriend — is dating her longtime X-Files co-star, David Duchovny!
Considering their insane chemistry as FBI agents working to expose government conspiracies and the existence of the paranormal, we wouldn't be surprised. In fact, we'd be THRILLED!
They have both had their fair share of romantic trouble over the course of their lives. She's been divorced twice, while he split with Téa Leoni in the summer of 2011.
The rumor floating around suggests that
Well THIS should certainly be inneresting!
Although the fifth season of Californication wrapped in April, production is already well-underway on the sixth, and it appears that David Duchovny and Harry from Sex & The City will be getting an unexpected visitor sometime soon…in the form of Marilyn Manson!
According to reports, the rock star will be playing himself in the seventh episode, and will have an encounter with
This is inneresting…
Tom Kapinos, the creator of Showtime's Californication, has revealed that a spinoff series could be in the works!
Will it follow Hank Moody's daughter in her college years? Mia's rise to greatness in the literary world? Charlie Runkle becoming a studio executive?
Nope! None of that, which is good because we wouldn't want to see that anyway. Ha!
Turns out the show would revolve around
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X-Files writer Frank Spotnitz is all about writing a conclusive feature film for the alien-based mystery franchise, and for the first time, Skully and Moulder agree on this one!