David Duchovny, Frank Spotnitz, Gillian Anderson and Chris Carter by Todd Williamson/ WireImage.com 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 promised a free alien probing (hah!), and admittance into the movie by Carter. You can only imagine the screaming that flooded through the crowd.

I dragged my brother's girlfriend Emily along to get an up close and personal view and watched as her eyes grew huge at the sight of her favorite actors being a stone's throw away. People from Brazil, Holland and Sweden asked questions about the stars' favorite episodes and what it was like to work together again. Meanwhile, Emily and I stared in awe.

As the red carpet started, I began to lose feeling in my hands, and my mouth went dry. I used to get that feeling before acting in plays too. Not fun, especially as Hottie McHottersen Duchovny is standing right next to me. But, luckily for me, the first person I got to talk to was Frank Spotnitz, who has become a friend over the last year. He gave me a huge hug and kiss (swoon!) and suddenly, I was overwhelmed by the entire experience. Holy crap! I'm on the red carpet at the X-Files! It was a super nerdgasm moment.

Next up, Chris Carter came over, followed by David and Gillian. David was quiet and almost shy, while Gillian was very animated and lovely. Somehow, I got through my questions without making a total ass of myself, thank goodness. (See video of all the interviews below!) After a few more interviews, I said goodbye to my awesome crew and took Emily inside the famous Mann's Chinese Theater to our "reserved" seats. Yep, we had better seats than David Foster. Just sayin'. I walked up and down the aisles, spotting celebrities, and taking it all in. As the movie began, fans screamed and cheered, and Emily and I giggled like teenagers. I'm not going to tell you about the movie, but as a fan, I was fulfilled. And if you are a fan, see it with a full audience and enjoy all the special nods that Chris and Frank put in the script.

I'm still processing all that happened that day as I continue to do other red carpet and press events for TCA and Comic-Con. I had an amazing time and will probably bore my friends and family with stories of it for weeks to come. Thanks to TVGuide.com for making a nerd's dream come true! - Erin Fox

Red-carpet Video with Your X-Files Faves:
" David Duchovny Discusses the X-Files Magic
" Gillian Anderson Calls X-Files Reunion a "Real Blessing"
" Chris Carter Talks of the Mulder-Scully Love
" Frank Spotnitz Says X-Files Was "Always a Love Story"
" Is Mitch Pileggi's Skinner in the New X-Files?