It’s possible that Scully and Mulder are going to enjoy a second life on the silver screen after Gary Newman and Dana Walden from Fox Group stated at the Television Critics Association winter press tour that they are working on areboot of The X-Files. They announced that they are currently in talks about bringing the supernatural drama back to life. It originally enjoyed a nine year run from 1993 to 2002 with stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson.
Newman stated that they have had several conversations about bringing a modern version of the show back to the air and that they are hopeful they will be able to do so in the future. Walden added that they both worked during the show’s original run and enjoyed it greatly. She added that Fox still has great relationships with Duchovny and Anderson as well as Chris Carter the series creator. Walden also explained that all three have a lot going on so its hard to find the right time but they are working on it.
Anderson sparked a great deal of nerd fervor online when she stated during a Podcast interview that she would love to be involved with a series reboot. She asked fans to support the show’s revival with the hashtag #X-Files2015 which spread throughout the internet like wildfire. As a big fan of the show, Marc Sparks is quite interested to see what will come of these rumors.