So the new X-Files might not actually be a telepathic monster-induced fantasy. David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and creators Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz appeared at WonderCon in San Francisco. And so, the torment begins anew (information thanks to Newsarama).
For a look at what we know about the movie so far, see RevolutionSF's X-Files 2 Survival Guide.
They showed a trailer, which isn not yet out to the Internet riffraff and hooligans. It had Mulder, Scully, and Billy Connolly, the teacher from Head of the Class, and FBI agents searching for something and looking all serious.
No one revealed plot details of course, outside of the name of Amanda Peet's character. People, let's be serious for a minute. That is just not high priority right now.
Chris Carter said, "We're keeping a secret. Nobody's ever really dead on The X-Files."
Oh no he didn't. Is he talking about the Lone Gunmen? Maybe he's talking about the Lone Gunmen. I hope he's talking about the Lone Gunmen. I bet he's not talking about the Lone Gunmen.
Sigh. Fished in again.
Chris Carter said the movie "will scare the pants off of you." And "You will get to see Scully and Mulder together in a whole new way.”
Does he mean written well?
Whoo-whoo! Six years since the show went off and I still got it.