Now that many of us have had a day to watch the season premiere of The X-Files, FOX has released a new video called "Visions of the Future" which explores Scully's visions in "My Struggle III." Creator Chris Carter talks about how he chose to resolve the cliffhanger of the Spartan virus from "My Struggle II" and shares how he surprised David Duchovny. Gillian Anderson ponders if Scully's losing her grip or if she's having future visions. Watch the promo and check out the screenshots below.
Following on the heels of last night's Season 11 premiere of The X-Files, FOX held their Winter TCA to talk about the future of shows on their network. According to Deadline, FOX Television Group Chairman and CEO Gary Newman had this to say about the potential for more X-Files: "You could’ve asked Chris (Carter), David (Duchovny) and Gillian (Anderson) at various times since the show originally premiered whether they would do more. Some days you’d get a ‘yes’, some days you’d get a ‘no.’ I would not exclude the possibility that there would be more. But not only is there no plan, there hasn’t been a single conversation. It’s too early to even speculate."
The forthcoming X-Files mobile game Deep State now has a release date. The game is due to be launched on the App Store, Google Play, and Facebook on February 6th, 2018. This will be the first time an X-Files game has been available on a mobile platform.
There's another new promo from FOX out today, and this one has some good scenes in it. You can watch the promo below, and be sure to check out the screencaps below that...for science. Spoilers ahead!
David Duchovny stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live on the eve of the Season 11 premiere of The X-Files. Kimmel is a long-time fan of the show so it's always entertaining to see what questions he'll ask. The interview started off with some jokes about "The Bachelor" and how David watched the show with his daughter. After a break they came back with a clip from "My Struggle III" which shows Mulder interacting with "Mr. Y" and Barbara Hershey's character. David cracked a joke about the "want to see me snap" line and talked with Kimmel about his initial skepticism about taking the role of Mulder. He shared a story about X-Files casting director Randy Stone convinced him to take the part. David said Stone told him "if you do this show you'll never need to work again for the rest of your life." Randy Stone did the casting for the X-Files pilot and sadly passed away in 2007.
Look below for clips from the interview.