Monday, February 8

Radio Times: David Duchovny says he and Gillian Anderson "both went a little nuts" thanks to The X-Files

The actor discusses the sci-fi phenomenon that made his name, conspiracy theories and family life

Hard to believe, but it's been 14 years since David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson played bickering FBI special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in the super-successful US sci-fi series, The X-Files. It was 2002, the year of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, and Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones had opened in cinemas. Friends still had a couple of years left – but it was curtains for The X-Files. After nine series and 202 episodes, the longest-running sci-fi show in US TV history was cancelled – and David Duchovny breathed a sigh of relief.

Towards the end, rumours emerged of on-set arguments between the two stars. The drama about unexplained phenomena was riven by unexplained personal difficulties. “We’d spent eight or nine years working together 12 to 14 hours a day,” Duchovny tells RT. “On top of that, we went from complete obscurity to worldwide stardom. Not just America. I think we both went somewhat crazy. It’s such a big change in someone’s life and such a strain on one’s time to make a show like that, so we both went a little nuts. You’d have to, right?

Sunday, February 7

Sunday Times: David Duchovny: Mulder and Scully bury the hatchet and start unearthing secrets again - Feb 2016

Relations used to be cold, but the actor says he now has fun with his co-star Gillian Anderson. Though he has to admit he forgot about their baby

THERE are only two reasons to go to Hollywood Boulevard: to see the stars or to buy drugs. David Duchovny fans can now do both at once. His star on the Walk of Fame (the 2,572nd), which I watched being unveiled two weeks ago, sits in the midst of the dope dealers and a few feet from the Smoke House, a shop specialising in hookah pipes, vaping kit and anything you might need to satiate the munchies.

I realise how fitting this is when I meet Duchovny in a Los Angeles hotel a little later on. I find a man so monosyllabic and monotone that he appears either to have been smoking heavily or to be on the brink of falling asleep. In fact he is just tired.

Saturday, February 6

New York Times: ‘The X-Files’: David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson Return to the Paranormal Beat - 2016

UPDATED with more pictures below

NORTH VANCOUVER, British Columbia — There they were in the midst of what looked like a spooky old-growth forest (Princess Park, actually, mere blocks from upscale suburban homes here), surrounded by clumps of moss, overgrown ferns and gigantic Douglas firs, looking for clues of yet another allegedly paranormal crime, the kind they used to solve almost every week. They addressed each other, as they always had, by only their last names.

“Mulder,” said Gillian Anderson, reprising her role as the F.B.I. agent Dana Scully, the look on her face instantly recognizable; part reprimand, part in-spite-of-herself affection.

“Scully,” David Duchovny responded in character, somehow managing to mock her just by saying her name.

Friday, February 5

X-Files: Episode 10x04 "Home Again" (Spoilers)

Written by: Glen Morgan
Directed by: Glen Morgan
Aired date: February 8, 2016
Cast: Gillian Anderson as FBI Special Agent Dana Scully, David Duchovny as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder and Mitch Pileggi as FBI Asst. Dir. Walter Skinner

Guest Cast: Sheila Larkin as Margaret Scully, Tim Armstrong as trashman, Daryl Shuttleworth as Daryl Landry, Peggy Jo Jacobs as Nancy Huff, Alessandro Juliani as Joseph Cutler, Chris Shields as Detective Dross, Gary Sekhon as Forensic Tech, Sachin Sahel as Jack Budd, Veena Sood as Dr. Louise Colquitt, Jannen Karr as Nurse Taillie, Seth Whittaker as Fitzpatrick and Daniel Jacobsen as Proudley

The fourth episode of The X-Files event series is "Home Again" written by Glen Morgan. Here's the official release from FOX. Watch out for spoilers ahead!

The Guardian: David Duchovny: ‘I can't play Mulder the way I did. That would be obscene’ Feb 5, 2016

As The X-Files returns, David Duchovny talks about feeling vulnerable, those Gillian Anderson rumours – and why he and his co-star should be paid the same

A small crowd has gathered in front of the Fox theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. Carrying rolled-up copies of Variety magazine and holding up mobile phone cameras, they press their flesh as close to the metal barricade as possible. They are here to see David Duchovny, most famous for the newly resurrected science-fiction drama The X-Files, whose star is being unveiled on the Walk of Fame today. Duchovny’s closest confidantes are here, too – X-Files creator Chris Carter, Californication co-star Pamela Adlon, his manager Melanie Green, his brother – but they’re outnumbered by the strangers, the autograph seekers, and the tourists who will stop anywhere they see a fence and some security guards in LA.

Monday, February 1

[SPOILER] X-Files: Episode 10x05 'Babylon'

Written by: Chris Carter
Directed by: Chris Carter
Aired on: February 15, 2016
Cast: Gillian Anderson as FBI Special Agent Dana Scully, David Duchovny as FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder and Mitch Pileggi as FBI Asst. Dir. Walter Skinner
Guest Cast: Robbie Amell as Agent Miller, Lauren Ambrose as Agent Einstein, William B. Davis as Cigarette Smoking Man, Artin John as Shiraz, Garry Chalk as Mad Dog, Marci T. House as Angry Woman, Eric Breker as SP Agent Brem, J. Alex Brinson as FBI Agent Guard, Bruce Harwood as Byers, Tom Braidwood as Frohike, Dean Haglund as Langly, Nina Nayebi as Noora and Janet Kidder as Nurse.

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