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27th March 2008 By Graham P. Smith
An article has appeared at Sci-Fi.com concerning Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz's appearance yesterday at the William S. Paley Television Festival in Hollywood on March 26. Chris and Frank were there to promote the forthcoming X-Files movie sequel which is as yet still untitled. Despite having a release date of July 25th 2008 there are still no official promotional trailers or material and the lack of a movie title cannot help. The writing pair however offered fans a few tantalizing spoilers for the movie including the reason for the delay in naming the sequel's title.
Of particular note to fans of Millennium though, Carter also revealed that he has mulled a movie based on Millennium, which starred Lance Henriksen as criminal profiler and family man Frank Black:
"We've talked about that over the years," he said. "Lance would love to do it. I don't know if it would ever get done. It's a long shot. It would be fun. I have ideas about how to do it."
Many thanks to Dontbedark for sharing the link and to Sci-Fi.com for the article.