David Duchovny is hoping the new X-Files movie is a major success – because he is desperate to make a third film in the series.
Although the TV show officially ended in 2002, the cast are back with The X-Files: I Want To Believe – the second film in the sci-fi franchise – which hit US cinemas this month.
But Duchovny is already planning for a third film – as he would love to resurrect his character, FBI agent Fox Mulder, once again.
He said: “Chris Carter (creator) has said something about 2012 (for a third film). It depends very much on this film. I know we’ve made a great thriller/horror/creepy movie. Simply put, if it does the right kind of business, we’ll be able to make more. We hope it becomes kind of a film franchise. Coming back was always something I wanted to do. I would love to follow Mulder as he got older and older.”
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