The X-Files team talk about the disappointing results for the X-Files and look to the future.

It’s been six years since the show went off the air, but series creator Chris Carter wants to believe that won’t stop people from seeing the second X-Files feature film – ‘X-Files: I Want To Believe’.

In it the pair are long retired, but when a female FBI agent is abducted and the only evidence is coming from a defrocked paedophile Catholic priest with supposedly psychic powers (Billy Connolly), Mulder (David Duchovny) is urged back into service, and he can’t work without his old partner Scully (Gillian Anderson).

Carter and Frank Spotnitz, the screenwriter with whom he reunited for the sequel, talked to Movies.ie about the film, the practical difficulties of returning to a franchise after 200 episodes and the long awaited 2012 sequel.




X-Files: I Want To Believe is at Irish cinemas everywhere now!