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X-Files 2: Not so Fast, Mulder

Buried deep within TV Guide Online's Ask Ausiello column lies disturbing news for "X-Files" fans. It turns out that David Duchovny's recent comments regarding "X-Files 2's" production schedule were a little premature. Well, a lot premature, actually.

According to Chris Carter's agent, Elliott Webb, there's absolutely no forward progress on the project. "There is no negotiation, there's no script written, there's nothing other than a desire for people to get together," Webb says.

This stands in stark contrast to Duchovny's assertion that production on "X-Files 2" could begin this year or early in 2006. Perhaps Duchovny was practicing a little deceiving, inveigling and obfuscating -- or maybe he's been duped like the rest of us into thinking "X-Files 2" will ever happen.

For more on this phantom movie visit our spotlight page. Thanks to "Christopher" for the lead. -- Mac Slocum

Posted by Mac on January 19, 2005 05:19 PM
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