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Following the Hunted TCA panel yesterday, Frank Spotnitz also spoke to Collider.com about The X-Files, the possibility of a third film, and even some Millennium

When asked if he still wanted to do XF3, he said: 

I absolutely do!  I think everybody should write to 20th Century Fox. I've been saying for years now that I feel it's a cultural crime that they have not finished the series. The second movie did not perform the way anybody wanted it to at the box office. I'm proud of that movie, but it makes sense to me that it didn't. It was released at the height of summer, and it was a story-of-the-week.That's not what the movie-going audience wanted. The movie-going audience wanted the aliens. That's what they know The X-Files for. And that story is not done, and it should be finished.  I don't think it's too late, but I think it's gonna be, pretty soon. I'm still agitating with everyone I can grab to say, "Let's make this movie while we still can!"

He also spoke about the series and  if there were things he was happy about and things he wasn't:

Oh, yeah, always!  Unfortunately, my personality is that way. It's true with Hunted, too.  I'm like, "Oh, that's good, but this wasn't good enough." I just look to what I consider failures. Other people might be like, "Oh, that was great," but I'll be like, "No, to me, that was not." I'm sure with The X-Files, there are plenty of things that I wish had been better.  But, The X-Files was the central experience of my professional life. It was my first job in television. It taught me everything that I've taken with me since, and it was a huge success. I just feel so blessed to have something like that in my life. How many people get to be a part of something like that? I really made a lot of close friendships, with Chris Carter and Vince Gilligan, and I'm still friends with a lot of the actors. I still see Gillian [Anderson] and talk to David [Duchovny]. It's a treasure and a blessing to have something like that. 

To read more, including some tidbits about a possible Millennium film, head on over to Collider