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06/06/2015  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) Chris Carter Press Revival News

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05/02/2015  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) Chris Carter Press Revival News

TORONTO – “The X-Files” creator Chris Carter returns to Vancouver this summer to shoot a new batch of his sci-fi tales, which pick up eight years after we last saw paranormal experts Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.

In addition to returning stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, Carter says fans can expect Mitch Pileggi to return as Walter Skinner and William B. Davis as “The Smoking Man,” even though that character had been killed off.

“As we say in ‘The X-Files,’ even though you’re dead you’re never really dead,” says Carter, adding there’s “a big chance” the Lone Gunmen will also return.

Carter is set to attend a Vancouver International Film Festival industry reception Wednesday in honour of National Canadian Film Day.

Reached by phone in Santa Barbara, Calif., earlier this week, the veteran showrunner discussed his long relationship with the city, returning to TV after a long hiatus, battling “puritanical” TV limits, and steering clear of a Mulder and Scully love scene.

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04/28/2015  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) Chris Carter Press Revival News

Chris Carter has revealed new details about Fox’s upcoming six-episode “The X-Files” revival.

In a new interview with The Globe and Mail, Carter — the creator of the hit sci-fi horror drama franchise — said that they will film through the summer in Vancouver, and the show will likely air early next year.

While Carter is not yet finish writing the script for the entire limited run, he revealed to the Canadian newspaper that they’ve already broken all the stories.

“I’m working with some of the writers that were originally on the show, which is a thrill,” the 57-year-old screenwriter said. “We are being honest to the passage of time, honest to the mythology and honest to the characters’ relationship as it believes it stands now.”

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