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X-Files - from trailer to new series [Spoilers!]

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From a Metro news article:-


Were not suggesting you might get a little excited by this or anything but the first actual trailer for the X-Files reboot has been released.


Yes, after months of teasing us with pictures, plot hints etc, makers Fox have finally given fans the chance to see Mulder and Scully in action once again after this teaser found its way online.


Admittedly, you dont get to see a whole lot of them in action since the clip is a mere 16 seconds long offering just the briefest glimpse of Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny.


But it whips up a creepy atmosphere nonetheless thanks to the presence of the military, some kind of bizarre injection procedure and Mulders I Want To Believe poster being cast to the ground in that time.

No, we have no idea what it all means either. But its enough to whet our appetites.




Entertainment Weekly recently revealed the first episode of the new mini-series would be entitled Mr Struggle, and would be directed by series creator Chris Carter.


Meanwhile cast newcomers will include Joel McHale of Community fame who will be playing Tad OMalley described as the anchor of a popular conservative Internet news network who becomes an unlikely ally for Mulder.


According to the trailer the series will premiere in the US in January 2016 although theres no word yet on when well get it here.


Source: A Metro news article -


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