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Old 05-02-2007, 11:04 PM   #16
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oooh, your double post was at 10:13

but really. i'll watch this movie if they somehow manage to go back in time and get the Chris Carter from the first 5 seasons to write it.
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Old 05-02-2007, 11:04 PM   #17
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Star Trek has more fans than the XF did. And they don't make Star Trek movies any more either, do they?
They're making one now actually. A sort of reboot to the series directed by J.J. Abrams.
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Old 05-03-2007, 10:28 AM   #18
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I'm all for an "X-Files 2"!!!!!


But I think they better get their acts together and do it soon before D&G look like:








I 2nd that one!
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Old 05-03-2007, 10:29 AM   #19
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but really. i'll watch this movie if they somehow manage to go back in time and get the Chris Carter from the first 5 seasons to write it.
Some get the time machine fired up because that era of Chris's writing would make for one hell of a movie!
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Old 05-03-2007, 10:48 AM   #20
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Some get the time machine fired up because that era of Chris's writing would make for one hell of a movie!
Back then when the X-Files was having three part episodes, it almost felt like Chris Carter was writing movies.
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Old 05-03-2007, 12:25 PM   #21
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Back then when the X-Files was having three part episodes, it almost felt like Chris Carter was writing movies.
And they were some of the best episodes that he ever created
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Old 05-03-2007, 12:58 PM   #22
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*SPOILER* Warning! Spoiler if you haven't seen the series the whole way through!























My question is: who's left?

After "The Truth", we have Mulder, Scully, Dogget, Reyes and Skinner, but all the "bad" guys are gone. Cigarette Smoking Man was DEFINITELY killed that time. Krychek was dead. Maria Kdlshfioereionvdsaljiotyghsdlakreiouvetas was no longer bad. The Bounty Hunter was gone. That one main Supersolider was killed, along with another one. The only feasible bad guy left was the Deputy Director Kersh, but it was unsure if even he was truly bad.

Aliens and monsters I guess. Those would have to be the bad guys in "X-Files 2".

Screw it! As long as it has Mulder and Scully who cares!!!!!!
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Old 05-03-2007, 01:46 PM   #23
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If they do a second movie, it should definitely be of the "monster of the week" variety. They'd have far more success (story-wise, fan-wise) with that kind of story than if they tried to back track and add more confusion to the mytharc, or try and pick up where the mytharc left off.

That would just lead to more bitterness and eye rolling.
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Old 05-03-2007, 01:57 PM   #24
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I don't have a good feeling about this...but if it does end up coming out, I'll go see it for old times' sake.
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http://www.scifi.com/scifiwire/index...ory=3&id=42452

David Duchovny, who played special agent Fox Mulder on the television series The X-Files and in the 1998 feature film, told reporters that he will be getting a finished script of a proposed second movie this week. Speaking in a news conference at the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif. on July 14, Duchovny said that The X-Files creator Chris Carter drafted the new script with longtime producing partner Frank Spotnitz. (Duchovny was promoting his new Showtime series Californication.)

"Chris has written it with Frank Spotnitz, and Chris will direct it," Duchovny said. "And [co-star Gillian Anderson is] on board, and I'm on board, and that's all I can tell you. I mean, I'm looking forward to seeing what he did."

Rumors of a second film have been circulating since the previous one came out. This time, Duchovny said that the long-anticipated sequel project is finally moving forward.

"Before, I would just say that because they told me," Duchovny said. "But now I've been talking to Chris and he's been giving me progress reports. He actually called yesterday and said next week we should have something."

Duchovny added that he's looking forward to bringing back Mulder because "he's cool." Filming for the proposed stand-alone film would begin in November, with an eye towards release in the summer of 2008, he said. -Cindy White
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Good lord how did I miss this thread when it was first posted!?!?!




Something better make up for that horrible ending to the show
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Duchovny added that he's looking forward to bringing back Mulder because "he's cool."


and Foxy!!


I would love to see The Lone Gunmen appear somewhere in the movie.
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Duchovny added that he's looking forward to bringing back Mulder because "he's cool."
I hardly doubt that is the true reason he is looking forward to it. DD finally realized he sucked as an actor and that Mulder was the only role he could get right.

I know I sound harsh...but...as an obsessed fan back in the day I had to sit through his awful films. I learned the hard way that I liked the character better than the actor.

I hope they bring Tooms back. Those episodes were nuggets of joy for us shippers.
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I remember Tooms, he would have to eat some livers after so many years then go back into hibernation. I remember at the end he was just sitting there licking paper and throwing it in the corner building his cocoon.

I also remember his eyes, when they turned yellow. Freaky!

That was early X-Files.
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There is an Exeter Street in the neighborhood next to mine. Ah memories.
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