The X-Files: I Want to Believe
Posted Jan 19, 2004 @ 12:23 PM
The sample ad is a bit creative, but should definitely mention Scully by name. And while I'm not sure about sending money that could be going to charity off to a stranger to beg a Hollywood studio to make some big-budget film, I think the thought is well-intentioned...
Posted Jan 19, 2004 @ 6:34 PM
Just pulled out some of Jessica's old recaps and got all nostalgic. I miss you guys. How the hell is everybody? I just ordered the S8 DVDS on Netflix (since I have not the $122 to buy it... is that ridiculous or what?) and I realized I really haven't seen the show in awhile. I forgot a lot of it. So I'm kind of anxious to put in S8... something I never though would happen.
My thoughts on Flick Two... not gonna happen, for awhile, if ever. Sad, really.
(Hey Slip... how can you not be a Stalker yet? ;) Shoot me an email sometime.)
Posted Jan 25, 2004 @ 10:43 PM
In a recently published review of the new XF game, David Duchovny had this to say about the possibility of a new XF movie: "We're also working to put together the next X-Files movie. I'd imagine we'd get into shooting in the next year or so, depending on when the script is written." Yes, we've heard it before, and I imagine the key part is the "or so," but there you go. Full article at http://www.razormaga...m/games1203.php -- thanks to the usual suspects for sending that along.
I got the above quote from this site: http://www.carterphile.com/News.html
Posted Jan 27, 2004 @ 6:15 AM
Posted Jan 27, 2004 @ 11:36 AM
Like I said, not happening.
Ah, always the voice of reason you are.
Using the game to gauge interest in a film is an interesting idea. But I'm not buying an xbox just for the game (if I didn't for Buffy, I'm not for X-files).
Posted Jan 27, 2004 @ 11:49 AM
Posted Jan 27, 2004 @ 4:42 PM
I think at this point I'm content with there not ever being a movie. But still, I check this thread out for news. So maybe I'm also good at self-delusion.
Posted Jan 28, 2004 @ 7:36 PM
Unless Flukie stars, of course.
Posted Jan 29, 2004 @ 2:41 AM
Damn it. I'm sorry. That Carter stuff was uncalled for. But it may just clue you in to how badly I want this!
Let's recap. Skinner and Kersh may be dead. Mulder and Scully are on the run. Dogget and Moronica... who knows? And where the hell is Gibson? They couldn't give us some text at the end to tie it up neatly if they weren't giving us another movie? I need answers!!!!
Not that this show ever gives them. So that's too much to hope for.
Okay, I need Mulder and Scully - just once more. I've found other shows to love, but none as fervently as X-files. This is like The Prisoner's ending or something. That just can't be all there is.
Posted Jan 29, 2004 @ 11:52 AM
Okay, I need Mulder and Scully - just once more.
That's how I feel. That's why I want a second movie so badly. I love Mulder and Scully. I miss Mulder and Scully. I need Mulder and Scully. I swear, it could just be two hours of Mulder and Scully sitting in a room talking to each other, and I'd be happy. Well, not very happy. But I just miss them so much.
God, how pathetic am I?
Posted Jan 29, 2004 @ 1:19 PM
The thing is, CC doesn't need money and probably just wants to surf, FOX doesn't think it would make any more money, and it could COST a ton of money. No one wins here, business-wise.
Posted Jan 29, 2004 @ 3:17 PM
The series, starring Duchovny as special FBI agent Fox Mulder and Gillian Anderson as his colleague Dana Scully, is hugely profitable. According to the complaint, the series will generate a profit of $1.4 billion to $1.5 billion to Fox over its life as a network series, in syndication and in other formats. The series was also the basis for a feature film with a worldwide gross of almost $185 million.
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Posted Feb 18, 2004 @ 3:05 PM
I wonder if I actually drove over to Fox (which would be a fair haul considering I live in New England) and waved nine dollars and fifty cents right under their noses, if that would sway them. Nine dollars! And fifty cents! And there's more where that came from! AT LEAST five times more! Does "five hundred percent" sound better? FIVE HUNDRED PERCENT MORE!!
I suppose it's too much to hope that they did The Quickest Movie Shoot Ever while GA was in L.A. doing Ellen's show. (You know, without a script, or a crew, or anything like that.) Though, wait, DD's in New York still, isn't he? Curses! I wonder if I could finagle some kind of wacky Parent Trap-like scenario to get them in the same vicinity, and then surreptitiously film them, maybe patch in some old dialogue...sigh. I think I might be a little bit crazy now.