The 55-year-old “Californication” stud explained, “The crucible of doing that show made monsters out of both of us. Once we got to step back, it was like, ‘Oh, wow, we really like each other. I didn't know that was going to happen.’ The way we work together has changed. Whatever rapport we have as actors, we earned. It's nice to be able to play that without ever even feeling like you're playing it.”
Things are really ramping up for the return of “The X-Files” this January, and now the FOX Network has released a new promotional poster including the silhouette of the Cigarette Smoking Man, played by William B. Davis.
The new artwork also contains the familiar tagline “Trust No One” and it comes shortly after a brand new television spot that includes footage from upcoming episodes.
It’s going to be an amazing new season of “X-Files,” and while we wait patiently for January 24th, 2016 to roll around, FOX has a new teaser trailer on deck.
Starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, the forthcoming revival series will debut over the course of two nights, featuring guest stars like Lauren Ambrose, Joel McHale, Robbie Amell, and Annabeth Gish.
They’re all on top of their respective games, so it’s no wonder Mindy Kaling, Yolanda Foster and Gillian Anderson made the cut for the August 2015 Pop issue of W magazine.
Joined by talented folks like Lauren Cohan, Thomas Middleditch, Jussie Smollett, Ashley Benson, Derek Hough and Jay and Mark Duplass, these television stars talk about how they do their thing so well. Kaling explains, “A lot of people say you shouldn’t serialize TV comedy, that you should be able to turn on an episode of, say, Seinfeld, and have it stand on its own. But it would be hard to have this woman who wants so badly to change in a show that doesn’t. I want you to keep checking in with these characters.”
The “Californication” hunk gave fans a quick taste of what to expect when the series goes live-“Mulder’s not in a great place. He’s wearing bad jeans, so you can just extrapolate from my wardrobe. He’s in a dark, dark place.”
He’s breaking into the music scene and David Duchovny released his debut album Hell or High Water on Tuesday (May 12) complete with a concert at Manhattan’s Cutting Room.
The “Californication” hunk was in high spirits as he took the stage, and everyone cheered when his “X-Files” costar Gillian Anderson joined him for a song, asking, “Can we play some real music please?!”