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Check out these new promotional pictures of Mulder, Scully, Skinner, and the Cigarette Smoking Man.

At this year's New York Comic Con, we talked with fans about what they were looking forward to in Season 11. And now we want to hear from everyone! Send us a short video clip, no longer than 30 seconds, explaining what you're most looking forward to in the new season. Keep it PG rated please, and record in horizontal if you can. You have until Sunday, December 10th, at 11:59 pm PST to submit your clip.  When you're ready, send it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We'll share the final product before the new season premieres on January 3rd. Philes are creative so have fun with your submission!  

If ever there were a vidder that could be named "fandom famous" it would be Katrin Depp, and we're not just talking The X-Files fandom. A quick tour through her Youtube page will showcase her work in a multitude of fandoms with millions of combined views. One thing that is consistent throughout is the top quality editing and the awesome song choices and whenever we're struggling to come up with a fresh vid for Fandvid Friday, Katrin Depp is our go-to vidder for a classic pick to fill the void. Enjoy "Travelled Through Hell" and don't forget to hit up Katrin's Youtube page.


"Nothing hurts like the truth."  So says a character played by Karin Konoval in a new promo spot that starting airing on FOX tonight. This one DEFINITELY hurts. Trying times ahead for Mulder and Scully. Check out all the details in the screen caps after the jump.

As we get closer to the Season 11 premiere on January 3rd, Philes are anxiously awaiting any details about how these ten new episodes are shaping up. According to David Duchovny, the first four are off to a good start. Duchovny appeared on Fitzy and Wippa, a radio show on NOVA 96.9 in Sydney, Australia, as he's gearing up for his upcoming music tour. When the guys asked him about returning to The X-Files, Duchovny said, "the ten that we're doing now I think are even better than some of the ones we did way in the past. I saw the first four episodes last night as a matter of fact and they're really really good. I'm not an easy sell." He had company while viewing as well. "I had my son with me. I showed him a few scenes, actually from a funny one, and he was laughing at it."

Duchovny also talked music, parenting, and revealed what his high school nickname was. You can listen to the full interview here, starting around the 34 minute mark. 

For more information about his upcoming music performance dates in New Zealand and Australia, you can find all the details here.


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