David Duchovny goes back in time for a crowd scene involving the Black Panthers on the set of "Aquarius". The actor filmed his scenes in a stifling suit and took the opportunity to stand under some shade when the opportunity arose. Duchovny plays a police detective, Sam Hodiak, who is undercover to track Charles Manson and the Manson Family before their infamous murder spree in the 60's. Los Angeles. August 27, 2014
The Russian beer brand Sibirskaya Korona (Siberian Crown) recently released an internet video of its latest commercial, which instantly went viral and has now clocked more than 8 million hits on YouTube. The ad centers on U.S. actor David Duchovny, whose ancestors came from the Russian empire. In the commercial, Duchovny tells Russians that they have reason to be proud of their country. RBTH found out how the American actor mastered the part of a Russian patriot.
Ad shows Duchovny working as a choreographer at the Bolshoi Theater. Source: Press photo
David Duchovny returns in his Golden Globe winning role for the final season of ‘Californication’.
After blowing every chance at love and happiness – and burning every bridge in Hollywood – Hank Moody is finally ready to put the past to bed. But as always, old indiscretions turn up to bite him squarely in the ass. Can Hank overcome his many vices and pull off a happy ending?
Special features on this final season DVD and Blu-ray release include a behind-the-episode (‘Levon’), audio commentary on episode ‘Grace’, series bloopers, behind-the-visual-effects featurette, and even jam sessions with Tom Kapinos, Tyler Bates and Tree Adams… In total nearly 380 minutes of absolute Californication!
To Legend He Goes: A Tale from The Legend of Drizzt
Written by: R. A. Salvatore
Narrated by: David Duchovny
Length: 24 mins
Series: The Legend of Drizzt: The Collected Stories, Book 12
David Duchovny (The X-Files, Californication) describes the journey of aged barbarian Wulfgar as he knowingly sets out on one last hunt. To Legend He Goes is one of 12 short stories featured in The Legend of Drizzt anthology. In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Dungeon & Dragons this year, these individual stories - as well as the complete collection - will be available for free at Audible for forty (40) days starting August 12th 2014 12:01am ET through September 20th 2014 11:59PM ET.
The wild sex life of Californication star David Duchovny is going to cost him big bucks as RadarOnline.com can reveal that his divorce to actress wife Tea Leoni has been finalized.
The actor, 53- who played a boozy womanizer on his recently-wrapped Showtime hit- is required to pay $40,000 a month to Leoni, 48, plus an additional $8,333 a month to provide for their two children, daughter Madelaine, 15 and son Kyd, 12, according to the terms of their settlement.
The indie film “Louder Than Words” tells the real-life story of how the rabies death of 13-year-old Maria Fareri spurred her family to build a state-of-the-art children’s hospital that allows parents to be part of the healing process.
The film stars David Duchovny and Hope Davis as Maria’s parents, John and Brenda Fareri, and Duchonvy spoke with ExtraTV.com about the experience.
Duchovny explained, “As a parent, that was the key to the whole story. I just related to that kind of devastation, and the reaction this family had that they didn’t just give up. That they moved outward to help others, which I thought was a beautiful story.”
Californication: The Final Season: The last 12 episodes of the Showtime comedy series continue the wild ride that has been the life of Hank Moody (David Duchovny). His portrayal of the flawed novelist has featured enough emotional highs and sexual lows to earn Duchovny a Golden Globe.
Through each season, Moody has tried to adjust to being a New Yorker in sunny California. It’s not been easy. The final season finds him in the writer’s room as his never-released feature film “Santa Monica Cop” has been turned into a television series. In typical Moody fashion, he has trouble getting along with the other writers.
Hope Davis and David Duchovny give solid, moving performances as grieving parents in this inspirational heart-tugger.
An attempt to reckon honestly with a family tragedy and its complex emotional aftermath largely sustains viewer goodwill throughout “Louder Than Words,” the fictionalized true story of how a Westchester, N.Y., couple worked to establish a local children’s hospital in the name and memory of their young daughter, Maria Fareri, after her untimely death from rabies in 1995. Anchored by intelligently restrained performances from David Duchovny and especially Hope Davis as the grieving parents, this well-meaning and reasonably well-handled item retains an emotional sincerity despite its occasionally pat and overly sentimental stretches, ensuring that a good portion of its climactic uplift feels well earned. The pic opened theatrically Aug. 1, following a July 1 VOD/iTunes release that will likely account for most of its modest commercial returns.