‘X-Files’ Movie Given Green Light
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have both signed on to star in the second X-Files feature film.
The movie will pick up four years after the 2002 finale that left agents Mulder and Scully on the run from the FBI.
Executive producer Frank Spotnitz claims the script is nearly finished, saying, "We've worked out most of the plot." He claims the sequel will be light on mythology, adding, "It's very liberating to be freed of that."
The film will begin shooting after X-Files creator Chris Carter and 20th Century Fox settle a lawsuit over syndication profits.
Back to the Futurama
At least 13 new episodes will be made for US station Comedy Central by 2008This is completely different from what we were hearing back in January, but it's still good news.
And remember the news I posted last week about Billie Piper leaving Doctor Who? Well, she's signed to play, brace yourselves, FANNY PRICE. Jane Austen's Fanny Price. Mousy, prudish little Fanny Price being played by the actress some call the Marilyn Monroe of the UK. That's going to be interesting!
Thanks to Cyberman last battle for Rose for the news.