During a press tour for the Television Critics Association, Chris Carter recently divulged that ” I actually wrote a third movie, just because I was interested in the idea of where that might go. I let my wife read the third movie, and she said ‘I think not for television.'”

(Chris Carter)

(Chris Carter)

He went on to state that: “It was less on spec. I call it a study, if you will. I’m waiting for Fox to come back and ask for more,” said Carter. “Then we’ll talk about it.”

On the tail end of this news, Fox released a brand new trailer (which you can view below) for the upcoming six episode mini-series. Perhaps, if the schedules of Gillian Anderson & David Duchovny free up, we will see more of Mulder & Scully on the small screen. Or better yet, back on the big screen where the show’s complex mythology truly belongs.

We still have a little over a week before the premiere of season 10, and we here at Rogue Planet will be bringing you all our thoughts on the show, including some surprise guest interviews, in the coming weeks. So stay tuned… and we’ll see you in the future!

 

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About the Author

Ryan Sprague is an author, screenwriter, and playwright splitting homes between New York City and Los Angeles. He is also an investigative journalist specializing in the topic of UFOs. He's interviewed witnesses in all walks of life about UFO sightings and possible encounters with extraterrestrials. He's spoken exclusively with military and intelligence officials who have convinced him of a legitimate and authentic phenomenon involving highly advanced aerial threats to our skies. He is the author of Somewhere in the Skies: A Human Approach to an Alien Phenomenon and is also a contributing writer to the anthology, UFOs: Reframing the Debate. He is the creator and host of the Somewhere in the Skies Podcast on the Entertainment One Podcast Network and is a frequent contributor to the Rogue Planet news site. Speaking on the UFO topic, he has been featured on ABC News, Fox News, The Science Channel, and is a regular on The Travel Channel's hit television series, Mysteries at the Museum. His work can be found at http://www.somewhereintheskies.com

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