David Duchovny Interview

X-Files: The FBI's Most Unwanted Reunite in New Revival Art

Train your flashlights this way, X-Files fans, because we’ve got something you’ll want to see.

Fox has developed new art for the series’ upcoming revival — bowing Sunday, Jan. 24 following the NFC Championship Game — and the posters feature your spooky favorites: David Duchovny’s Mulder, Gillian Anderson’s Scully, Mitch Pileggi’s Skinner and William B. Davis’ Cigarette Smoking Man.

Scroll through the art below, then hit the comments with your thoughts!





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  1. The promo art is out there — just not here yet :P

  2. ninamags says:

    Those are fantastic posters!!!

    Cannot wait.

  3. Sidd says:

    My Scully and my Mulder¡¡¡

  4. I can’t see the gallery. Odd.

  5. Drew says:

    I’m happy to see Mulder, Scully and Skinner back (CSM should be dead!!! The problem with the old series was that it dragged out things that should have ended!). I’m kinda more curious to see some of the fresh blood though. What kind of monsters can we look forward to? What types of personalities do the new agents have? I’m kinda looking for what the new series has to offer, aside from nostalgia.

    • @MiraLandWrites says:

      Blasphemy. ;) You can’t have TXF without Cancerman.

      • Drew says:

        They should have thought of that before they killed him off and left him dead for the last 13 years. Even before that, he was very ill. It seems like they’re bringing back too many dead characters. It feels like they might be trying to go back, rather than move forward.
        That was a big problem with the series. They should have just let stories play out and move on.

  6. irene says:

    I cant wait