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Interview of The X-Files Creator Chris Carter
 2018-07-16 14:25:03 ET by Jack Anderson



In order to promote the release of the 11th season of The X-Files on Blu-ray, Den of Geek interviewed showrunner Chris Carter.

Asked about a hypothetical 12th season, Carter definitely left the door opened to the possibility. "Right now, of course, it’s up in the air, in terms of Gillian (Anderson)’s interest in doing the show. I think she’s stated that she’s finished her run. That certainly changes things, and also the sale of Fox to either Disney or Comcast – it looks like Disney now – I think that will change things, and certainly they’ll be looking at the show and wondering what its future would be. So right now we’re playing a wait-and-see with all those variables."

Later in the interview, he mentions how he would treat the pregnancy of character Dana Scully. "We always have the show in real time, so I would imagine that if we come back, there would be a passage of time, and Scully would have had that baby – or not. We might find out things about that child that are unexpected as well, so there are lots of unanswered questions and interesting things there."

Ironically, when asked about his favorite episodes of the last season, he mentions Rm9sbg93zxjz, the episode from Darin Morgan The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat, as well as his own episode My Struggle IV.

Click here to read the entire interview.

 Comments
By Brittany Allen
How could My Struggle be his favorite? It was awful! And he will just kill his fan base, who has been loyal, by the 'or not' baby part. Another punch at poor Scully. Leave the MSR in a good place, and move on with some really good classic XF plots is my opinion!

By Gruic
CC has Alzheimer. We know it for sure now.

By Jack Anderson
What I find really ironic is that he would mention his own episode as part of the best ones. He was asked a week or two ago what was his favorite moment from season 11 and he mentioned the moment when Mulder and Scully are on the pier, after Scully reveals to him (and to the audience) that she is pregnant. Whatever the quality of that scene or that episode, as a team leader (a showrunner is definitely a team leader, managing a collective work), I would never pick my own work. I would always mention an episode from someone else. And back to reality, this is quite clear that Ghouli and Familiar would have been easy picks. I wonder sometimes if this is the same Chris Carter from the 1990's. And once again, mentioning that Scully's baby would be a mystery, this is a really, really, terrible idea. This was already done badly, so why even want to try again? He is the master of soft reboots instead of providing any sense of closure or continuity. I wouldn't be surprised if Mulder is again looking for his sister,if Skinner is again turning as a frienemy or - actually, I don't care anymore.

By Gruic
[quote]I wonder sometimes if this is the same Chris Carter from the 1990's.[/quote] You know he isn't. Of course that Carter is someone else. His Doppelganger. DoppelCarter. The true CC was sealed in the Black Lodge by Spotnitz during season 7. That's the only explanation.

By kimmy
"I think she’s stated that she’s finished her run." Does he mean that he just read about this online? Does he mean he remembers her mentioning it but he is not sure anymore because his memory is fuzzy on not important things? Does he mean that they discussed this between them and that his own interpretation and only his own interpretation is that she's finished? Does he mean that he keeps thinking about that statement? So many mysteries to explore!

By Jack Anderson
[quote]kimmy wrote:"I think she’s stated that she’s finished her run." Does he mean that he just read about this online? Does he mean he remembers her mentioning it but he is not sure anymore because his memory is fuzzy on not important things? Does he mean that they discussed this between them and that his own interpretation and only his own interpretation is that she's finished? Does he mean that he keeps thinking about that statement? So many mysteries to explore![/quote] If Chris Carter was the captain of a ship, he would just randomly cross Oceans, while actually wanting to do only the same trip each and every time. "Next time, we'll do London to New York." And 10 years after, he would say "Next time, we'll do London to New York, I cannot wait to explore all the mysteries of that route! There are more routes to explore!" And he would each time end up sinking the ship in mid-route. And when asked about the trip, he would say "I am so proud of the trip. My favorite part of it is when the ship sank at the end. I did it beautifully. The last moment when all the passengers were screaming and running around was top notch!". If there is one word that comes to mind - to mine at least - it is "denial". Denial: [i]The choice to refuse reality, then, is unconscious as well. Refusal to admit to or accept a truth or fact differs from denial in that the individual recognizes or is conscious of the existence of the truth or fact but consciously refuses to accept it as such.[/i] For someone who wrote about looking for the truth for 25 years, it is so ironic that he actually does not see it. And the truth is simple. It lays down in front of him, naked, ultimate. And he smiles, thinking about looking for a truth that is already there.



The X-Files Season 11 Released on DVD and Blu-Ray on July 23
 2018-06-15 07:43:35 ET by Jack Anderson



FOX announced that The X-Files' 11th season will be released on both DVD and Blu-Ray on July 23.

Amazon is selling the release in the US for $19.98 on DVD and $29.99 on Blu-Ray.

The season is made out of 10 episodes:
My Struggle III
This
Plus One
The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat
Ghouli
Kitten
Rm9sbg93zxjz
Familiar
Nothing Lasts Forever
My Struggle IV


The discs will contain the following material, based on the format.

DVD:
- The Scully Effect
- Conversation on the Fox Lot
- Gag Reel
- Green Production
- Audio commentary on selected episodes

Blu-Ray:
- The Scully Effect
- Conversation on the Fox Lot
- Gag Reel
- Green Production
- Audio commentary on selected episodes
- Solve for X: Constructing Season 11
- Implanted Memories: 25 Years of The X-Files

 Comments
By Gruic
I'm curious about commentaries. That's what I prefer.

By DuaneB
I think I'll wait for a complete new season 1 to 11 integral. Unitl that, I willn't buy any DVD or blueray. I'm not in the 90's, when it was impossible to not buy a season then... Nowaday, I've a completly different feeling, after this season.

By IronButterfly83
I know a lot of people didn't care for this season, but If you leave out the My Struggle business, it was great! I'm excited to see which episodes have commentary tracks (hoping for Plus One, This, Nothing Lasts Forever). I've watched the episodes a few times already thanks to Hulu so I'll be going straight to the special features. The one thing I'd like to ask Fox for is a special edition of 10 and 11 to be released that would match the original DVD box sets for us older fans with tons of 90's stuff hanging around. Season 10's tiny case just doesn't look right next to all of those big, beautiful, full color, fold outs. July 23 can't get here soon enough! Blu-ray Special Features: - The Scully Effect - Conversation on the Fox Lot - Gag Reel - Green Production - Audio commentary on selected episodes - Solve for X: Constructing Season 11 - Implanted Memories: 25 Years of The X-Files DVD Special Features: - The Scully Effect - Conversation on the Fox Lot - Gag Reel - Green Production - Audio commentary on selected episodes

By lilly
cannot wait as well!!! :cow: :marshmallow: :pup:



No Current Plan for a New X-Files Season
 2018-05-14 15:50:19 ET by Jack Anderson



When asked today about the future of The X-Files television series, Gary Newman, FOX CEO and network chairman, announced that "there are no plans to do another season at the moment".

As many of you know, Gillian Anderson repeated many times that she would no longer be portraying FBI Special Agent Dana Scully in the future. As a result, showrunner Chris Carter at first said that he would not participate in The X-Files without Gillian Anderson or David Duchovny. But after she closed the door entirely, Carter was starting to be opened on the possibility, leaving his own door opened for a possible 12th season with David Duchovny, who also expressed interest.

Actress Gillian Anderson herself commented today on The X-Files ending with quite an explicit tweet.


While this may be the end of The X-Files for now, the show is known for having stoped many times before, with seasons 7, 9, 10 and 11. So, whatever happens, chances are that there will be new X-Files episodes in the future, but what is sure now is that it will not be in the near future. The truth is out there, always.

 Comments
By Gruic
Have some rest The X-Files, my dear old true love.



Preview: The Truth Is Out There
 2017-12-27 03:03:27 ET by X



Dear X-Philes,

FOX released yet another teaser for The X-Files' eleventh season. Warning, this video contains some major spoilers about the new episodes.



Stay tuned for more information. The first episode of season 11, titled My Struggle III, will air on January 3 of 2018, in just six days.

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Steven Williams Confirmed For X-Fest Line Up
 2017-12-18 11:17:24 ET by Caroline R. Poole



Steven Williams is the latest guest to be confirmed for The Con-Life X-Fest line up on March 3 in Utica, Illinois from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

An announcement has been verified over on the official Twitter page:


With this announcement comes an exciting first ever opportunity for X-Philes to have a photo op with both Steven Williams AND Jerry Hardin!

Tickets are available at https://thex-fest.com

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