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Friday, August 14, 2015

'The X-Files' Spoilers: 'Brutal' Episode 2 To Feature A 'Creepy' Monster-Of-The-Week Character

The episode 2 of the upcoming “The-XFiles" revival might be a little uncomfortable to watch.

TVLines Michael Ausiello reported that the second hour of the six-episode miniseries could easily become one of the most violent episodes in the entire run of the sci-fi series.

Written and directed by Glen Morgan, the episode, entitled "Home Again," "will pick up several months after the events of the premiere, and word on the streets of Vancouver is that the installment is absolutely brutal," Ausiello wrote, adding that some people who have knowledge with the production are already calling it as one of the most violent "The X-Files" episodes in history.

Ausiello didn't specify what makes the episode violent, but in a report he published last June on TVLine, he revealed that the episode will feature a monster-of-the-week character dubbed as the Band-Aid Nose Man.  

While the name doesn't sound particularly menacing, fans should be warned that the creature is described as  "intimidating, odd, weary, creepy and immeasurably strong" as it is a "powerful, violent and frightening 'thought' come to life."

"The X-Files" miniseries stars returning cast members David Duchovny (Fox Mulder), Gillian Anderson (Dana Scully), Mitch Pileggi (Walter Skinner), William B. Davis (Smoking Man), Dean Haglund (Richard Langly), Tom Braidwood (Melvin Frohike), Bruce Harwood (John Fitzgerald Byers) Annabeth Gish (Monica Reyes) and Sheila Larken (Margaret Scully).

The revival also features newcomers Joel McHale (Tad O'Malley), Annet Mahendru (Sveta), Robbie Amell (Agent Miller), Lauren Ambrose (Agent Einstein) and Rhys Darby and Kumail Nanjiani.

The miniseries premieres on Sunday, Jan. 24, right after the NFL's NFC championship game. It then moves to Monday nights starting on Jan. 25 and continue over the next four week.

by Christian Saclao from design and trend

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Mulder and Scully have broken up in The X-Files revival

Sorry X-Files shippers, Mulder and Scully have split. 

Fox showed reporters at the Television Critics Association’s press tour in Beverly Hills a new clip of the highly anticipated The X-Files revivial on Thursday. In the scene, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson’s iconic investigative characters were no longer together—and having a major blow-out fight. 

In the clip, Scully describes herself as “your friend and physician” to Mulder. We checked with a source close to Fox who confirmed that, indeed, the two are no longer together. 

In my post in March suggesting what Fox should and should not do in the revival, we suggested splitting up the couple—it makes for better dramatic tension. But fans were hugely outraged by the idea. “You lost me at ditching the romance,” read the top-voted comment. “It never overpowered and alot of fans were happy with their relationship. It never got cheesy. So BOOO to you.” (And to be fair, some of my other suggestions were totally ignored—such as ditching the rest of the original cast aside from the two leads). 

Interestingly, in the clip Mulder was trying to convince Scully that a certain un-referenced conspiracy had nothing to do with aliens, but was rather a conspiracy of men. 

The X-Files returns next January. 

courtesy - ew.com