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Scully is back!
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Anderson, 44, will play...
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Gillian Anderson has called it quits with her partner of six years, Mark Griffiths, People reports.
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Starting with the long-awaited (though not nearly as long as Mad Men made us wait) second season of HBO's masterful epic fantasy Game of Thrones (Sunday, 9/8c).
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It's another boy for Gillian Anderson.
The erstwhile X-Files star and boyfriend Mark Griffiths welcomed a son last Wednesday, Oct. 15, People reports.
Little Felix Griffiths was born in London and tipped the scales at 6 pounds 15 ounces.
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David Duchovny, Frank Spotnitz, Gillian Anderson and Chris Carter by Todd Williamson/ WireImage.com
Oh, I believe in the X-Files. Hundreds of fans filled bleachers and lined Hollywood Blvd. to catch a glimpse of the creators and stars of The X-Files: I Want to Believe at its premiere Wednesday night. Being a huge nerd fan myself, I felt like I had stepped into some alternate dimension X-Files case it was truly surreal. I walked the red carpet and the fans went crazy as we caught b-roll of people wearing Mulder and Scully t-shirts or waving homemade signs and our own TV Guide cover with Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. My fellow "X-Philes" were thrilled to see a true fan working the carpet, and rewarded me with thunderous applause. I felt like a star myself. After our crews got in place, fans were treated to a special press conference with Gillian, David, Frank Spotnitz, and Chris Carter, moderated by Entertainment Weekly's Whitney Pastorek (lucky girl!). Fans got to ask questions for 15 minutes, and early birds who had been given a black bracelet in the bleachers were p...
At the premiere of I Want to Believe star Gillian Anderson does some baby talking about tots both real and fictional and hints at what Scullys been up to these past six years Also detailing the real blessing of reuniting with the ol X-Files crew she says It felt like we were coming back to something that we all cared deeply aboutRed-carpet Video with Your X-Files Favesbull David Duchovny Discusses the X-Files Magicbull Gillian Anderson Calls X-Files Reunion a Real Blessingbull Chris Carter Talks of the Mulder-Scully Lovebull Frank Spotnitz Says X-Files Was Always a Love Storybull Is Mitch Pileggis Skinner in the New X-Files
The X-Files: I Want to Believe courtesy 20th Century Fox
The fans want to believe that the new installment of The X-Files movie franchise will exceed their expectations After all its been six years since we last saw Mulder and Scully Why have we missed them so In my humble opinion its all about rich layered storytelling and the incredible chemistry between stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson Ive been covering the movie for a year now so I knew the premiere would be huge for the fans but Fox told TVGuidecom today that some X-Philes have traveled from as far away as Sweden to camp out at the Mann Chinese Theater to secure a good spot for the Fan Press Conference with Duchovny Anderson and the filmmakersStay tuned for my party blog about the movie premiere and video interviews from the red carpet Now excuse me while I have to go pick out the right alien-implant accessories for tonightCheck out some of the fans in line at Big Light Productions the website of Frank Spotnitz the films writer and producer Er