Gillian is taking part to the Wizard World Comic Con in Chicago these days and we’ve got over 40 HQ images added to the gallery from the X-Files panel she attended with David Duchovny and Mitch Pileggi. Take a look!
Gillian Anderson acknowledged that talks appear to be underway for additional “X-Files” episodes after a recent revival of the popular sci-fi television series.
Anderson said she enjoyed picking up the character of FBI agent Dana Scully again and her repartee with Fox Mulder, played by David Duchovny.
“Us working together has been more fun now than it ever has been,” she said.
Anderson made the comments during an appearance at Boston Comic Con, a three-day convention inside the Seaport World Trade Center. About 550 people, some of them dressed as Dana Scully, attended the question-and-answer panel with Anderson.
“What kept the series interesting, it was important that we keep the same dynamic, which is the believer and the skeptic,” Anderson said, reflecting on the nine years the show ran on television.
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As we finally settle with an host and solving our server problems I started to fill in the missing things from the gallery. Starting with events. Not much has been uploaded before 2010 so here I’ve been adding all the events Gillian attended from 1995 to 1999. Enjoy!
Karl Urban, Alan Tudyk, Gillian Anderson and William Shatner will dazzle Dragon Con-ers this fall at the annual downtown gathering of all things gloriously geeky.
The top name stars are just a handful of the dozens of familiar names from TV, movies, comics and music that will help Dragon Con celebrate its 30th anniversary Sept. 2-5 at host hotels including the Hyatt Regency and Marriott Marque Atlanta.
Last year, more than 65,000 fans attended the ever-expanding convention.
Tudyk, known for the show “Firefly” and his web series “Con Man,” will play the droid K-2SO in “Rogue One,” the upcoming “Star Wars” movie due in December.
Urban, regarded for his role as Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy in the reboots of the “Star Trek” movie series, is also recognized as horserider Eomer in Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, as well as the title character in 2012’s comic book adaptation, “Dredd.”
Anderson is not only beloved as Agent Dana Scully, who returned with her deadpan partner-in-crime Fox Mulder in this year’s revisit of “The X-Files,” but also stars in the acclaimed British crime drama, “The Fall” (available here on Netflix).
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Starz’s “American Gods” has been an intriguing project from the get-go, thanks to the beloved nature of Neil Gaiman’s best-selling fantasy novel. That interest has only increased with fans over the course of the casting process.
At the Television Critics Association press tour Monday morning, “American Gods” showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green explained what went into finding their men and gods. That included a dedication to keeping the characters true to their depictions in the books, especially when it came to ethnicity.
“There was never really a question of doing otherwise,” Fuller said. “In order to be true to the book you had to cast the character as written.” (Not mentioned: The fact that at San Diego Comic-Con this year, Gaiman said that one of his conditions for adapting the book was that there be no whitewashing.)
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