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David Duchovny wants to star in another 'X-Files' movie.
The 52-year-old actor - who reprised his role as Fox Mulder in two big screen adaptations of the sci-fi series in 1998's 'The X-Files: Fight the Future' and in 2008 movie 'The X-Files: I Want to Believe' - thinks there is plenty of scope to make a third installment of the franchise and his co-stars would be keen, too.
He said: "I would love to do another film, or more. I think we're all game for it.
"That book doesn't close until somebody dies, really. One of the greatnesses of the show was its open-endedness. It was about possibility. It wasn't about closure. It just couldn't be. There is no such thing as that story ever ending. Those characters are forever searching. That's what they do.
"Even if we're not watching them, they're out there, in some dimension. Mulder and Scully are still doing their thing 'cause that's their nature."
But Fox don't appear to be quite as keen as David - who stars alongside his special agent sidekick Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) in the franchise - to make another 'X-Files' movie, and the actor thinks it's "weird" that the studio aren't enthusiastic about creating a follow up to 'The X-Files: I Want to Believe'.
He added to Collider.com: "I'm kind of perplexed that Fox isn't more [enthusiastic]. Here's a homegrown property that you don't have to go buy, like f***in' 'Green Lantern' or something, to make it. Here you've got an actual action franchise that's your own. It's weird to me, but I'm not an executive.
"I don't know if they made the 'Green Lantern' either, but I'm just using that as an example of, 'Why make that film? Why not make a homegrown franchise that is excellent, and that has proven to be excellent and interesting?' I don't get it, but that's not my business."
Since Will Smith is just such a FUNNY,huge, wonderful movie star he got to hang out with the president along with his family at the White House. Of course Will's 13-year-old son Jaden Smith just had to ask Barack Obama an EPIC question. Will explained all the details to BBC.
“I was at the White House with my family and we were getting a tour. Barack and Michelle and Sasha and Malia and me and Jada and the kids, we’re walking through the White House. The night before, Jaden had said to me, ‘Dad, I gotta ask the president about the aliens.’ And I said, ‘Dude, no. No, it’s not cool. It’s not cool, it’s embarrassing.’ I was, like, ‘Jaden, DO NOT ask the president.’”
Now, of course do you think a young teen son of Will and Jada Pinkett is going to miss an opportunity that NEVER comes in a life time? Hell no.
“So we get into the Situation Room and Jaden gets the look in his eye and he says, ‘Dad, what’s my punishment?’ And I was, like, ‘Jaden, DO NOT.’ So Barack is talking about the Situation Room and Jaden says, ‘Excuse me, Mr. President?’ And I was like, ‘Hey, Barack, man …’ [pretends to make a distraction] and Barack said, ‘Don’t tell me.’ In perfect form — this is why he is the president — he stopped and looked at Jaden and said, ‘The aliens, right?’ And I was, like, ‘Oh shoot!’
And [the president] said, ‘Okay, I can neither confirm nor deny the existence of extraterrestrials. But I can tell you if there had been a top secret meeting and if there would have had to have been a discussion about it, it would have taken place in this room.’ And Jaden was like, ‘AGGGGHGHHGH!’”
Besides that the President isn'tt even privy to that kind of top secret information because his clearance isn't high enough..... ya.... believe. (The Frisky) & (BBC - VIDEO)
Can a youthful Will Smith and even more youthful Tommy Lee Jones via Josh Brolin help this flick set for 5-25-12 release make more than $500 million?
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As host of "Through The Wormhole," in its second season on Science, a channel from the Discovery Networks, Freeman tackles the lofty questions in life that generally crop up in laboratories and late night chats amongst heady college freshmen. For Freeman, exploring the questions of space and existence has been a longtime love, borne of his interest in science fiction. It was that fiction that opened his eyes to the possibilities of reality -- or, whatever version of it we live in.
"[I started] thinking about possibilities and the fact that it wasn't too long ago that the world was flat, and that was a 'fact,'" Freeman recalls in a conversation with The Huffington Post. "It wasn't too long ago the universe revolved around the earth, the earth was the center of it all: 'fact.' So we're now this far along, we know a lot more about things, but they are still 'facts': nothing can travel as fast as the speed of light: 'fact.' It would take millions of years to travel to a distant star: 'fact.' Are they facts?"
"I think we do," have a sixth sense, he says. "I think it's been proven a number of times that, you know, you're in a crowded room and you look around and you're looking into someone's eye and [you know what they're thinking]. We know that thoughts are energy, they create an energy and they can be directed. You go off into an empty house, you can tell it's empty before you get there."
"We ask a question about -- is there such thing as a soul? Is there some part of you, an energy that goes on after the rest of you cease to be? And there are a lot of different beliefs in it," he teases. In the episode, the case is argued by one scientist that, indeed, human energy does leave the body when that vessel expires, though Freeman wouldn't say what he believed to be the truth.
To hear him tell it, everything we think we know is really not known for sure; and as for what we think about the things we don't know, those theories stand on even flimsier ground.
"We've seen different manifestations of others' imaginations of aliens. Aliens could look like anything; it just depends a lot on their environment. [We portray them as having] two arms, two legs, a head, two eyes, a head, a nose, two years, and that's not necessarily [true] at all. They could look more lizardly, they could look like anything," Freeman says. "There's just no way of knowing... If you look at some of the aliens on earth, ants for instance, they communicate chemically, other aliens communicate with different bells, whistles. Crickets, what do they do? They rub their wings and make this noise. So do cicadas and other insects. And they communicate."
Freeman doesn't pretend to know the answers, but finds it massively important to pass on whatever knowledge exists, and continue the push for more.
"Here's a question you can contemplate," he proposes. "Is there a difference between space and the universe?... they say that the universe is expanding, so if it's expanding, what is it expanding in to?"
Tune into "Through The Wormhole" at 10 pm EST/PST on Science to find out.
Ghostbusters actor Dan Aykroyd says aliens want nothing to do with us, especially since what happened on 9/11. He believes there are over 20 alien species that have visited Earth and even mentioned the Travis Walton abduction case. Dan says they are breaking the law but they aren't a mass threat.
If you ever seen the movie Fire in The Sky, that's the sensationalized story based on true events. In a comical twist he told Larry King that people need to stop texting while driving and doing cocaine. That's the way to save lives.