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We’ve been waiting for The X-Files Annual 2014 #1 with bated breath since it was first announced, and me, even more so than usual because of the people involved which are some of my favorites in the world of writing. Having had the experience with Spotnitz’ Wildstrom comics and Rotter’s previously published works (The Human Bobby, Duck Duck Wally), I have to admit to having great expectations for this issue.
Many of you may remember the above photo that made the rounds on the internet recently. Everyone wanted a pair of their own 'I Want to Believe' socks, because what Phile wouldn't? Well thanks to Foot Cardigan, the socks are now available for sale!
Foot Cardigan is a subscription sock service that sends you some pretty neat pairs of socks once a month. While the IWTB socks were out there, they weren't available for individual purchase. However, you can now get your hands on your very own 10 pairs to last a lifetime pair!
Californication may be wrapping up, but David Duchovny won't be off of our television screens for long. NBC has given a 13-episode order to Aquarius, a police thriller in which Duchovny will star. The series will take place in Los Angeles and revolve around the hunt for Charles Manson.
David will play an LAPD Sergeant with a "complicated personal life". Of the series he says, "I think Aquarius has a chance to be a special show and I can’t wait to get going."
It seems that both of our favorite former FBI Agents will be keeping NBC's show schedule full. We will keep you up to date as more details on the series emerge. Until then, read more over at Variety.
If there was ever a reason not to give up, Frank Spotnitz has one for you.
"It's going to happen...I think so...I think you will see David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson playing Mulder and Scully again. I do. I feel pretty confident about that, that's about all I can say. " - Frank Spotnitz
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Chris Carter has been hinting about a project in the works with AMC, and now The Hollywood Reporter has the first details. The series, Area 51, is based off of the book of the same name by Annie Jacobsen.
The project is now officially in development. It is described as "A contemporary conspiracy thriller revealing the true story behind the infamous Area 51, America's most mysterious military installation".
We're sure that Fox Mulder will be turning in. Until then though, we'll keep you updated on the lastest details as they emerge.