During a filming break, 'The Crown' cast performed a choreographed dance led by Olivia Colman.
Creator Morgan has revealed future plans for the show following the lukewarm reception to the third season
The 'Sex Education' star says she likes being able to miss her partner.
According to the Daily Mail, the X Files star is in the frame to play former prime minister Margaret Thatcher in the forthcoming series of The Crown.
The world could be about to get its first female Bond, as Cillian Murphy and James Norton have been overtaken by “any” actress. Mary Poppins star Emily Blunt has had her odds cut from 250/1 to 50/1 to play the iconic British spy with Gillian Anderson’s name also being bandied about. Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson said: “Despite male actors dominating since its inception, we’ve finally seen a trend that is going towards a female taking up the coveted role.
Who else thinks this theme was slightly subversive? Subversive as in, “You think The X-Files was as great as you remember, but it’s not us, it’s you. You remembered wrong.” Fox Freakin’ Mulder. I seem to fall into this weird noman’s land when I watch a Darin Morgan episode. Either I adore it at first watch as I did with my eternal favorites “Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose” (3×4) and “Humbug” (2×20), or I’m not at all sure how I feel about it other than what registers as a vague feeling of malaise after watching 45 minutes of existential angst wrapped up in 35…
Actress Gillian Anderson has bravely opened up about her personal mental health issues and how she has worked to overcome them throughout her long-standing career in the public eye. The TV star, 48, recently released a self-help book entitled ‘We: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere’ (co-written with Jennifer Nadel) packed full of advice she would have given to her younger self.
When promoting happiness, it’s probably best advised to practice what you preach – a lesson that appeared to be lost on Gillian Anderson. The X Files star left viewers confused by her ‘miserable’ appearance during a stint on This Morning earlier today to plug her new wellbeing book, We: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere. Joined by co-author Jennifer Nadal, Gillian failed to give the book a good plug, with viewers soon takinh to Twitter to blast the actress for looking so downcast.
Prime Suspect creator Lynda La Plante has blasted the “appalling” levels of sex and violence in today’s TV crime dramas.
If you weren’t forced out on your office Halloween ‘do last night, then we’re betting you were curled up on the sofa being scared silly by the season finale of The Fall – and what a finale it was, eh? The series unpicked the events leading up to his shooting and followed Gillian Anderson’s character, Detective Stella Gibson, attempt to bring the psychopath to justice.
Paul Spector’s back - on his back, in a hospital bed yet, in an episode almost entirely set in Belfast General, you sense he’s just waiting for an opportunity. Questions being raised over Gibson’s handling of the case could be one way of seeing him released if it collapses - or obsessed teen Katie, currently under house arrest and desperate to see him, may well find a way.
‘The X-Files’ may return for another series… but should it? During an interview with Deadline, ‘The X-Files’ stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson seemed reluctant to return to the roles of Mulder and Scully. Gillian Anderson recently reprised the role of FBI agent Dana Scully in ‘The X-Files’ event series – a 6-part mini-series which saw the return of the iconic paranormal drama.
Gillian Anderson has revealed that she was originally offered half the salary that her co-star David Duchonvny was paid for the lead role in the reboot of popular show ‘The X-Files’. The 47-year-old actress has admitted that she made the decision to speak out about the utter injustice because she thought that it was important for people to hear.
Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny have reprised their roles as FBI detectives Dana Scully and Fox Mulder for the six-part miniseries and the buzz around the new episodes has been building for months. With original show creator Chris Carter at the helm, the Lone Gunmen returning and an appearance from The Soup’s Joel McHale, anticipation was high. “It’s not very good,” says reviewer Tim Goodman of the first episode.
The X-Files returns to screens soon with a new six-part miniseries but before that, we already have our fist look at David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson slipping back into character as Mulder and Scully—but not quite as you remember them. In a hilarious skit on last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the comedian plays an FBI agent tasked with getting the alien hunting duo up to date with the latest technology. Stuck in the 1990s, Mulder and Scully are still using dial up internet, floppy disks and huge mobile phones that even Zack from Saved by the Bell would frown at.
David famously scaled down his role on the show in the final seasons of its original run because he was so eager to do other acting work. Now, he opens up about clashing with Gillian - who plays Dana Scully - on-set.