Michael Seewald took to the internet to call Josh out for being a huge hypocrite, writing:
Yikes! He continued to say that Josh essentially dragged God's name through the mud:
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The 54-year-old will be starring in the new historical crime drama that centers around the notorious criminal Charles Manson in 1967.
Duchovny will be playing a police sergeant set to hunt down Manson, the famed criminal and musician who began what became known as the Manson Family — a commune that was based in California in the late 60s.
In the 70's, Manson was found guilty of conspiracy to commit the murders of seven people, including actress Sharon Tate.
Ch-ch-check out the trailer for the upcoming drama (above) and watch the special two-hour premiere episode of Aquarius May 28!
it's going to sound like sex, booze, and aliens.
"We want to believe" has been our mantra ever since we heard rumors that David Duchovny might be putting out a solo album… and it's happening!
It was announced today that Hell Or Highwater will be coming out on May 12, but in the meantime you can download the title track on iTunes, and preorder the album on both iTunes and Amazon. The official single release will be on March 31st.
Based on the snippets that have made it online, it sounds bluesy and soulful, and it's pretty obvious that Hank Moody would totally approve.
This project was just a twinkle in David's eye about a year ago when he told Rolling Stone:
The cast for the X-Files revival is out there… just not officially signed on — yet!
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have already signed on to reprise their iconic roles as Mulder and Scully in Fox's six episode the revival of the hit Sci-Fi series!
But three other X-Files alums from the original cast are in talks to come back for the new episodes as well — Robert Patrick, Annabeth Gish and Mitch Pileggi!!
Patrick played Special Agent John Doggett and Gish played Special Agent Monica Reyes, both cast members for the final two seasons. Pileggi played FBI Assistant Director Skinner, who was one of the more notable characters from the first season on.
No deal has been set just yet for this trio of actors, and Patrick would only have a limited appearance because of his gig on Scorpion.
While nothing is set in stone yet, we hope that Fox signs as many of the original cast as they can get their hands on!
Will YOU be watching the X-Files six episode series event?
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It's official! No more government cover-ups or interference by cigarette smoking men!
The X-Files is returning to TV!
Series creator Chris Carter said:
This is getting exciting…
Remember when we mentioned some of the higher-ups at FOX were kicking around the idea of bringing back The X-Files.
Well, things are actually looking really good according to the show's star David Duchovny.
When asked on The Talk straight up whether or not The X-Files was coming back, he said: