Pre-Order Gillian Anderson’s Next Book

092115 WEYou may remember that in addition to her work on the Earthend Saga, Gillian Anderson is also hard at work on another book. WE: A Manifesto for Modern Women will hit stores next March. The self-help book was first announced in April, and its 2016 release will coincide with International Women’s Day. 

Gillian herself describes the book as “call-out to all women around the world…that we need to stick together and stand up for each other and not compete against each other.” In a day and age when there is a constant barrage of pressure on young girls and women, WE should be a very interesting read. 

Check out the original article on WE here, and head over to Amazon to pre-order the book now!




Can’t Miss: Gillian Anderson @ FanExpo Canada!


In case you missed it, Gillian anderson will be attending the FanExpo Canada in Toronto this weekend. She will be signing autographs on Satuday 5th and holding a panel on Sunday 6th. You don’t want to miss out; the lady will be auctioning off coveted #XFilesRevival hats like the ones worn by her and many others of the cast and crew. If you’re in attendance, you’ll have the opportunity to bid for one of them, autographed by Chris Carter, David Duchovny and Gillian herself.

The second one will be auctioned during a separate auction later this year. All proceeds will go to charity.


Top Ten Tuesdays: Mulder in Peril

Mulder and Scully both managed to find themselves in peril more times per year than the average person is during their entire lifetime, which makes narrowing the list of potential entries for this list down to just ten incredibly difficult. Seriously, there were over ten potential incidents just from season one. After much deliberation then, here are our Top Ten times Mulder was in peril; find out what made the cut after the jump.

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EW Exclusive: A First look of Mulder & Scully’s Revival

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The goodies are starting to come out and we couldn’t be more excited!

As we’d reported last week, Jeff Jensen from Entertainment Weekly has the exclusive first look into the revival of The X-Files. This is the scoop.

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First off the pictures!


Image Credit: Ed Araquel/FOX & Eric Ray Davidson/EW

According to their article:

On an abandoned farm on the outskirts of Vancouver B.C., we found paranormal detectives Fox Mulder (Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Anderson) investigating the curious case of a possible alien abductee (played by Annet Mahendru of The Americans) at the behest of a most curious ally, the host of a conservative talk show (Community’s Joel McHale). Of course, the last time we saw our heroes (the 2008 feature film The X-Files: I Want To Believe), Mulder and Scully were out of the bizarre-adventures business. He was living on the fringe, she was a doctor working at a Catholic hospital; they were sometimes lovers who just wanted the weird world to leave them alone. Much has changed for them since then.

“Mulder’s not in a great place,” says Duchovny, looking shabby in gray tee, shoes without shoelaces, and much stubble. “He’s wearing bad jeans, so you can just extrapolate from my wardrobe. He’s in a dark, dark place.”

Scully’s looking more put-together in a skirt suit and high heels. “I like where we find Mulder and Scully in their relationship,” says Anderson, adding that she’s equally engaged by the political resonance of the story Chris Carter has conceived for the revival. “I also like the area of zeitgeist that we step in to. It’s on point and raises some very interesting issues. And question marks.

Carter — whose original series tapped into the anxious strains of 1990s culture — says the new series is inspired by new century concerns. “The X-Filesended right after 9/11,” says Carter. “A lot has happened since then. A lot of rollback of rights and liberties in the name of our protection. We’re being spied on now, we’re being lied to — all things that, for me, remind me of when I grew up, which was right around Watergate. I think we’re in similar and much more dire times right now.”

Other details included in the article confirm that Darin Morgan will pen a MOTW titled “Mulder and Scully Meet The Were-Man”. You can read the whole article here. And don’t forget to pick up a copy, or two, from newstands on June 26th.



[Spoiler] What do we know from a Callsheet?

In short, a callsheet from June 16th, 2015 was leaked. We will break it down for you… BUT before you advance any further, what we will discuss here contains potential spoilers. Click after the jump at your own risk.

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Top Ten Tuesdays: Scully in Peril


In this week’s Top Ten Tuesday we investigate the cliche that is Scully in Peril by taking a look at the times our favorite female fibbie was kidnapped, abducted, implanted by slugs, and nearly beheaded. Read after the jump to see what made our list.

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#XFilesRevival – Day 3 – Overnight Fun

Another day… another influx of information from X-Philes on the scene and the like. Here’s the compilation of all the pictures and Information posted over night and on June 10th, 2015.


What follows has SPOILER information. Proceed at your own risk.

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#XFilesRevival – Day 2 – [Spoilers] Edition

Please click after the jump for the pictures from June 9th’s twitter and instagram coverage. We’ll continue updating as the information comes!

These may be spoilers, so proceed at your own risk.

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Streetcar is Crossing the Pond!

According to the New York Times, A Streetcar Named Desire will be coming in Spring 2016 to St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, NY.

The celebrated and awarded production from Young Vic Theatre will be brining with it Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster, and Vanessa Kirby. This announcement comes on a day when Gillian Anderson was awarded Theatre Actress of the Year at the 2015 Glamour Awards.

For a look at the original article, please go to NYT’s ArtsBeat.

UPDATE: Streetcar will run from April 23rd through May 22nd, 2016. Head over to the St. Ann’s Warehouse website for information on purchasing tickets.