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For those of you who missed it or are in an area where it's not airing, you're probably dying to get a glimpse of the FOX 25th Anniversary Special. Below is a video of the main X-Files retrospective. Everyone should also all be glad to know that "The X-Files" trended worldwide on Twitter during the special. Hopefully FOX took note.
For those who may not be able to watch the video, check out a brief transcript of what took place after the jump.
Australian musician-actor-comedian Tim Minchin has landed a major recurring role on the next season of Showtime’s dark comedy series Californication. He will play Atticus Fetch — Bowie, Bono and Lennon all rolled up into one charming yet mad-as-a-hatter rock star. He has been drafted to write the music for the Broadway musical, A Crazy Little Thing Called Love, which is based on the hit romantic comedy of the same name adapted from Hank Moody’s (David Duchovny) breakthrough novel God Hates Us All. Atticus tries to enlist Hank to pen the book for the musical, promising him that together they will turn it into a “rock opera” about “love conquering all.” The role is a case of art imitating life for Minchin, who wrote Matilda: The Musical, based on Roald Dahl’s novel, which has been staged in London’s West End and is coming to Broadway in 2014. He has toured in the UK (including at the O2), Australia (including at the Sydney Opera House) and in North America. Minchin also has done work as a stage actor.
Thanks to the hype about the upcoming FOX 25 Year Anniversary Special to Air on Sunday, in a interview with Fox All Access, David Duchovny expressed his opinion on his experience on The X-Files. Head over to listen to the interview on their website.
Vous N'avez Encore Rien Vu has been nominated as one of the films in competition in the 2012 Cannes Film Fest. The film by legendary Alain Resnais, has a score and music by Mark Snow.
Mark has been working with the French film director for quite a while, creating films such as Wild Grass and Private Fears in Public Places.