Making an announcement on Twitter today, FOX is looking for your best rendition of The X-Files theme on video. This is your chance to be featured in a TV promo. Create your video, keep it to 30 seconds or less, and submit it to them on Twitter using #TheXFilesPromo. Unfortunately the contest is only open to U.S. residents 18 and older. And you only have until 11:59 pm PT on September 9th to enter so get cracking! More details and rules available here.
If you've got a ticket for Sunday, October 8th, at New York City Comic Con, you're in luck. FOX will be debuting new footage from Season 11 during a panel with David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Mitch Pileggi and Chris Carter. The panel is scheduled for 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET at NYCC's Main Stage. But don't worry, if you can't make it to New York City, XFN will be there to bring you all the info.
While we wait for #JusticeForMonica, Annabeth Gish will get her day in court. According to TVLine, she’ll play a defense attorney in episode 3 of the upcoming Law & Order: SVU season. Shooting is underway now and the episode is expected to air in October.
Check out the article here for more details on the episode.
In addition to SVU and of course, The X-Files Season 11, you can catch Annabeth on AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire.
David Duchovny's dog Brick has joined Twitter and shared this gem from The X-Files set. Do we spy casual Scully? Are our heroes hanging out at the Unremarkable House going over some case notes together? And can we get Brick a GoPro and a little harness for some behind-the-scenes video too? Good dog, Brick!
Last night, tabletop gaming company Upper Deck surprised us all with an announcement that they will be releasing Legendary Encounters: An X-Files Deck Building Game in summer 2018. Legendary is a well-known name in tabletop gaming circles. The original version of the game (and its many expansions) was based in the Marvel comics universe and several other versions have since been released based on various sci-fi/fantasy properties including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Alien, Big Trouble in Little China, and Firefly.
For those unfamiliar with the game, Legendary and Legendary Encounters are cooperative deck building games. This is a genre of tabletop card games in which players begin with a set hand of weak cards, then use these cards to buy more powerful cards from the main deck, each round strengthening their own hand. The stronger the players become, the more capable they are of defeating an increasingly powerful set of villains. Players work together as a team to take down all the villains before the villains themselves take over the game and win.