The truth is still out there
David Duchovny, who starred in the TV series for nine years, recently told Movieweb that a script for a second X-Files movie has been written and moves are being made to try and start production before the end of the year.
In addition, he discussed his reasons for leaving the show and why he wants to keep the plot of the new film under wraps.
"I got tired of the grind of making a network television show but I never tired of the character or the possibilities of the show," Duchovny told the website.
"We would all love it if we could keep [the storyline] a secret I know if I was a fan of the show I would kind of be excited to be surprised."
Although he is known by many for his role as the conspiracy theorist Mulder, Duchovny has since starred in a range of television and film projects, including Trust The Man, Connie And Carla, and Things We Lost in the Fire.
He also featured in an episode of Sex and the City and began his career as a cross-dressing district attorney in Twin Peaks.
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