To celebrate yet another 10/13 under our belt, we want to hear why you love The X-Files so much!
Follow our twitter feed at @XFilesNews and send us a tweet telling us exactly that. Don't forget to include the hashtag #ItsAlways1013 on it. Entries will be counted until Midnight PST.
You can enter as many times as you want. One very lucky X-Phile will win one item of very cool X-Files Merchandise.
We can't wait to hear from you!
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
For those of you that are part of Biglight Social Network, you might have gotten a very special message from Frank Spotnitz today. For those of you that aren't (and why arent you?) here it is for you to read!
This is an incredibly exciting week for all of us at Big Light. As you probably already know, my new series, Hunted, premieres this Friday, October 19, at 10 p.m. on Cinemax.
So there you have it guys! Make sure to sign up for Biglight Social Network to follow the latest from Frank and get excited, cause this show is "tha bomb!"
Monday, October 8, 2012
Demian Bichir is set as the male lead opposite Diane Kruger in FX’s drama pilot The Bridge, directed by Mexican director Gerardo Naranjo (Miss Bala). Also cast in the project, an adaptation of the Scandinavian series Bron/Broen, are Annabeth Gish and Ted Levine. The Bridge centers on two detectives from the United States and Mexico – El Paso Police Homicide Detective Sonya North (Kruger) and Marco Ruiz (Bichir) — who must work together to hunt down a serial killer operating on both sides of the American-Mexican border. Marco Ruiz is described as a family man and one of the last good men in a corrupt and apathetic police force that is outgunned by the powerful drug cartels. Gish will play Charlotte, a wealthy ranch wife suddenly widowed when her older husband suffers a massive heart attack while on the Mexican side of the border. She soon learns that her late husband had many shocking secrets. Monk alum Levine will play Sonya’s Lieutenant at the El Paso Open Police Department, a veteran cop with a weathered cowboy swagger.
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Chris Carter will be producing a new Thriller Drama TV series titled The After. The project, produced in conjuction with independent TV studio Georgeville Television, will debut at MIPCON TV Market next week.
According to Deadline,
Written by Carter, The After is a thriller which revolves around a mysterious, unexplained event. In the vein of The X Files, The After incorporates elements of science fiction, suspense, and real-world fear and paranoia. “Chris has woven his mythology magic within a very human, grounded story about the moment when we realize all of our worst fears about the world and its future,” said Georgeville CEO Marc Rosen, who co-founded the company earlier this year with Leon Clarance of Motion Picture Capital, the financing arm of Reliance Entertainment.
What does this mean? MIPCON TV Market is a showcase for new programming available to be sold to new markets, production companies and studios. The After will be available for all these industry consumers to be sold and possibly finding a spot where it could be part of a network that not only could continue its production but also put it on the airwaves.