X-Files 3 Movie: David Duchovny Wants It Bigger!
Showbiz Spy has comments from actor David Duchovny stating that he would like to do another X-Files movie - and that it should be bigger to compete with the summer blockbusters. Duchovny, who portrayed FBI Agent Fox Mulder, states the last X-Files got lost among all the big summer movies - as that is when the sequel was released. If a third movie is made he wants it to be able to compete with the big boys. Here is what Duchovny had to say: “I’m always game. It always rides on Fox. [Chris Carter] is game. I know [Gillian Anderson] is game. We all, at this point, love the show. We all, at this point, would love to work with one another again. We’re all good friends and miss one another, and miss working together. “We worked together so hard for so long, so closely. We had some ups and downs personally, sure. But in the end, they are really like family to me. We’re all like this little X-Files family and I, for one, would love to continue. And I think there’s a lot left in the show. You know? And I think we can continue to make good movies. “It’s just a matter of spending enough on a movie that can compete in the summertime. We made a movie and released it in the summer, but it wasn’t really a blockbuster movie. And it got kind of overshadowed by the bigger ones. So, we’re saying, make us big. We’ll fight with the big boys.”