Do you have better plans on 12/21 than to wait for the end of the world? For Mulder and Scully to come rescue us? Please, we know that most of you will be live tweeting how you’re planning to survive the alien apocalypse. So, in the meantime, why not join us on yet another XF3 Tweet-A-Thon?
Philes from all over the world have united to party this coming Friday and they have organized this schedule, showcasing times in various times of the world when the tweeting activity starts.
Remember to only tweet #GreenlightXF3 during those hours.
While we’re not the organizers of this event, we’ll be following closely and bringing some party favors, ’cause really, what’s a party without entertainment and then some?
So check out the times and if you have any questions, remember to follow us on twitter and also the user @Spoooked – one of the organizers of the online event.
As we get closer to December 21st/22nd, we find ourselves not only growing more and more nostalgic, but we are also having to mentally prepare for the beautiful videos and tweets that have been coming our way. That being said, we were in no way prepared for this week’s featured video and while we started off with “Oooooh’s” and “Awwww’s” we quickly dissolved into tears.
Awards season is starting to pick up, with new nomination announcements coming in the past two days. There are many X-Files alumni in the ranks of nominees, so check out the list to see how your favorites are doing.
Vince Gilligan’s Breaking Bad is up for Best Television Drama, as is Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon’s Homeland. The male leads from each show, Bryan Cranston and Damian Lewis, are also nominated for their work. Claire Danes is also a nominee for her work in Homeland.
On the movie side of things, John Hawkes, our favorite writer next door from “Milagro”, is nomainated for his role in The Sessions.
The cast of Vince Gilligan’s Breaking Bad is nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Gansa and Gordon’s Homeland is also listed in the same category.
Bryan Cranston is nominated individualy for Breaking Badfor Oustanding Performance by a Male Actor. Cranston will be competing against Damian Lewis for his work in Homeland. Claire Danes is also nominated for Homeland for her role as Carrie Matheson.
John Hawkes is nomainated here as well for The Sessions. Bryan Cranston also received an additional nomination for his work in Argo.
The winners will be announced for the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 27th.
The poster for the new season of Californication has been unveiled! As you’ve heard through the grapevine, the show comes back on January 13th, with Hank Moody’s new exploits, this time to the tune of Rock & Roll.
Alongside David Duchovny, this season returns with regulars Natascha McElhone, Madeleine Martin, Evan Handler, Pamela Adlon and Madeleine Zima. Also, Tim Minchin is set to be part of this 6th season as well.
Don’t forget to tune in on sundays, beginning on January 13th, on Showtime.
Gillian Anderson has been nominated for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture made for Television on the 17th Annual Satellite Awards. She’s been nominated for her work on the BBC miniseries Great Expectations. Her category is a tough one, as she shares it with fellow actresses Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, Romola Garai, Sienna Miller and Sigourney Weaver.
To check out the complete list of nominees, click HERE to proceed to The Hollywood Reporter. The award ceremony will be held on December 16th in Century City, Los Angeles, California.