The coveted paranormal detectives Fox Mulder and Dana Scully were spotted on the outskirts of Vancouver B.C., investigating the curious case of a possible alien abductee, essayed by Annet Mahendru at the behest of a most curious ally.
The last time we saw both was in The X-Files: I Want To Believe (2008), feature film, where he Fox was living on the fringe and Dana was a doctor working at a Catholic hospital.
Much has changed for them since then as Fox is not in a great place. He is looking shabby, shoes without shoelaces, and much stubble.
On the other hand, Dana is looking sexy and in a skirt suit and high heels. The only thing common is the fact that both are still in a relationship.
The new series is inspired by new century concerns. The X-Files ended right after 9/11.
The new X-Files not only has a conspiracy mythology but fans will get some edge of the seat drama as well, that promises to keep them engaged all through.
While you can expect to see some old faces including Mitch Pileggi as FBI Boss Skinner and William B. Davis as the nefarious Cigarette Smoking Man), don’t expect to see the same old monsters.
The show’s creator, Chris Carter, was reluctant to give up all the old names, but he coughed up a few, and he added that we should expect some surprises.
There are certainly aspects in which the show has aged, but it’s presentation of it’s two leads will be extremely progressive even by today’s standards and I am sure everyone would want to know more about what makes the couple tick.
Here’s looking for an exciting new series of The X Files.
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have re-uinted as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully for The X-Files revival series, and this week’s issue of Entertainmen...3.0