November 22, 2010

"Flying Lessons" poster

Check out the official poster for Flying Lessons, a new movie produced by Chris Carter!

Flying Lessons official website:

November 06, 2010

XF3 Script Underway?

According to, there is a chance that X-Files 3 is finally in the works!

Go to X-Files News to read the full story!

October 13, 2010

September 18, 2010

GLEE’s Ryan Murphy and 24’s Howard Gordon Developing New TV Series About Phobias


Ryan Murphy (co-creator, exec. producer, showrunner of Glee) and Howard Gordon (exec. producer and showrunner of 24) are teaming-up to present 20th Century Fox with an offer it could, but most likely won’t, refuse. Both key players in two of Fox’s bigger success stories of late, the pair are developing a television drama project that is currently in negotiations to air on said studio. The show is described as a “high-concept, character-driven procedural that deals with making people face their worst fears and phobias.” Somewhere, most likely alongside an octagon, Joe Rogan is thinking to himself “been there, done that.”

For more info on the project, hit the jump.

Per Deadline, Murphy and Gordon’s project will focus on a psychiatrist and will feature “supernatural elements but will revolve around broader mysteries in the vein of The X-Files.” Considering Gordon served as a writer-producer on Chris Carter’s award-winning series, it seems as if the untitled project is already off on the right foot to achieving that particular end.

August 18, 2010

The Lone Gunmen/Harsh Realm Soundtrack

You can order a new soundtrack with music from The Lone Gunmen and Harsh Realm by Mark Snow from La La Land Records.



Presenting the premiere release of acclaimed composer Mark Snow’s (THE X-FILES, SMALLVILLE, GHOST WHISPERER) original scores to the Chris Carter television series THE LONE GUNMEN, (spin-off of THE X-FILES), and HARSH REALM. Aside from THE LONE GUNMEN’S infectious main theme, the spin-off series allowed Snow to creatively explore a variety of styles and genres in dynamic fashion, while HARSH REALM offered him an opportunity to take his trademark atmospherics into new areas of techno-sophistication and profound emotion. Produced by Mark Snow and MV Gerhard, and mastered by James Nelson, this collection of music from two Mark Snow – Chris Carter TV collaborations is limited to 2000 units and features exclusive liner notes by Julie Kirgo.


1. THE LONE GUNMEN Main Title (0:45)
2. Empty (0:23)
3. Motiv-8 (1:37)
4. Just What We Needed (2:42)
5. Lost Causes (1:05)
6. Rectal Palpation (1:44)
7. G.I. Jimmy (2:14)
8. The Vaults (2:30)
9. Lost Puppy / Confession (3:30)
10. Elmer’s (2:28)
11. Sawsall (5:13)
12. El Palacio (1:56)
13. El Lobo (1:37)
14. Sling Blade (2:23)
15. Wool / Poly Blend (1:40)
16. Tailing (3:44)
17. Memories Of Youth (1:12)
18. THE LONE GUNMEN Theme (Alt) (0:49)

19. HARSH REALM Main Title (0:46)
20. Overlooking Tradition (1:28)
21. The Wound (2:35)
22. Love Letter (2:26)
23. Virtual Vista (1:00)
24. Chain Gang (1:45)
25. Jump Back (5:33)
26. HARSH REALM Main Title (Long) (3:22)
27. The Challenge (1:57)
28. Thirsty (2:40)
29. Trickster (3:47)
30. Two On A Switch (2:33)
31. Roadblock (3:50)
32. The Conspirators (1:22)
33. HARSH REALM Main Title (Full) (3:45)

Total Running Time: 77:42


July 11, 2010

The X-Files/30 Days Of Night Update

An interview with artist Tom Mandrake and first look at comic book:

The X-Files/30 Days Of Night #1 is out July 14, 2010.

June 24, 2010

New projects of Glen Morgan, Darin Morgan and James Wong

According to, James Wong will direct a movie called The Neighbor Number 13.

The Neighbor Number 13 centers around a young man who, after being traumatized as a boy due to the constant harassment of other children, seeks vengeance against his tormentors.

According to Wong, "I think we have found a very unique way to frame the story and bring a heroic twist to it that is fresh and surprising and will take audiences on a very thrilling journey."

The film, which is based on a manga series by Santa Inoue, is scheduled to begin production in late 2010, with a release set for the fall of 2011.

Also James Wong is directing and Glen Morgan and his brother Darin Morgan are producing a new TV-series called Tower Prep for Cartoon Network.

A one-hour, live-action scripted series premiering this fall, Tower Prep tells the story of a rebellious teen, Ian (Drew Van Acker), who wakes up one morning to find himself trapped at a mysterious prep school that offers no escape. He forms a secret group with CJ (Elise Gatien), Gabe (Ryan Pinkston) and Suki (Dyana Liu), intent on discovering what they're being trained for and how to escape. Tower Prep is produced by Cartoon Network Studios in association with Dolphin Entertainment. The series is executive-produced and created by Paul Dini (Lost, Batman Beyond).

Glen Morgan serves as an executive producer and a writer, Darin Morgan serves as a consulting producer and a writer. According to IMDb, James Wong directs one of the episodes.

"Secrets" UPDATE

IMDbPro has more information about Chris Carter's new project, "Secrets."


Directed by Derek Magyar
Written by Thomas Kuehl

Chris Carter ... producer
Jenny Hinkey ... producer
Mark Johnson ... producer
Thomas Kuehl ... co-producer
Derek Magyar ... producer

Rachel McCord

Other crew members
Original Music: Jesse Glick
Cinematographer: Joshua Hess
Editor: Taylor Ruecking

Production Company
Gran Via Productions

June 22, 2010

Chris Carter's "Secrets"?

Chris Carter's IMDb page lists a new project called "Secrets." It seems like this project is in development so there's no information available.

May 15, 2010

Lost Finale Advice From Those Who Know: The Writers Behind the Good-byes of The X-Files, The Shield, The O.C., and St. Elsewhere

There are certain things in life that only those who have experienced them can fully understand: fighting in a war, walking on the moon, and successfully wrapping up a popular serialized television drama. The TV event is especially daunting; all the accelerating hype and anticipation leaves fans convinced that the entire validity of the series retroactively rests with the decisions made in the final moments (see: those people who hate The Sopranos now). Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse now face this impossible challenge, and it feels like the sanity of the Internet rests in their lap. To help them feel less alone, we called four people who can feel their fan-fearing pain: Tom Fontana (St. Elsewhere), Chris Carter (The X-Files), Shawn Ryan (The Shield), and Josh Schwartz (The O.C.), each of whom helped to craft momentous, memorable, and controversial wrap-ups to beloved shows. We asked them to reflect on their own finales, and see what advice they can give from the love and hate they received when it was all over.


His finale: The truth Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) have been looking for: that aliens will take over the world on December 22, 2012. The good news? Mulder and Scully end up together!
His approach: “We were mindful of all the major characters. I remember being on the set when we were shooting the finale, and there was a moment that I thought was going to be passed by, which was the final scene with the two added characters — played by Robert Patrick and Annabeth Gish — and I remember talking to the director and saying, ‘This is the last time we see these characters, you've got to treat them lovingly.’ We really wanted to give everybody the most rewarding ending we could give."
His Warning: “You want to reward the fans for their fandom, if you will. I had something that I wanted to do, which would be more of a surprise and a shocking ending, but I was talked out of it by cooler heads. I think in the end, the best thing to do is reward them.”
His Advice: “Knowing how television series work, any advice I would give them now would be after the fact because they've already made up their minds … But it is an opportunity to give one of those ‘holy shit’ moments.” Read full article HERE.

April 19, 2010

X-Files/30 Days of Night Comic Book Crossover

X-Files investigators Fox Mulder and Dana Scully will collide with a brand new threat this July, thanks to a new series announced at this weekend's C2E2 convention in Chicago.

Written by "30 Days of Night" co-creator Steve Niles and Adam Jones, guitarist for the band Tool, the six-issue series will send FBI Agents Mulder and Scully to Alaska just in time for the long season of darkness to take over the region। While investigating a strange murder, the pair discover (as usual) that all is not what it seems in the case.

"I'm a huge 'X-Files' fan, and when the crossover was presented to me, I lunged at the chance," said Niles. "It's actually a very good match, I think, because the vampires in '30 Days' have a real-world feel to them, they are not affected by crossed or garlic or any of the common folklore which lends itself nicely to the 'X-Files' universe."

Veteran artist Tom Mandrake ("The Spectre") will provide interior art for the series, which pairs DC's Wildstorm imprint with "30 Days" publishers IDW Publishing। Wildstorm has provided Splash Page readers with the first at the standard cover to the series, created by Andrea Sorrentino. Variant covers by Tom Mandrake and Sam Kieth ("The Maxx") will also be available.


January 25, 2010

Speaking of "Fencewalker"...

Mehcad Brooks who plays a lead role in Chris Carter's "Fencewalker" tells something about the movie.

This is what he said in the interview for

Question: Are you working on any other projects?

Mehcad Brooks: "...there's a film called "Fencewalker" that should be hopefully coming out this year, hitting the festivals. It's Chris Carter's passion project — he wrote and directed it. It's got me, Natalie Dormer, Katie Cassidy, Austin Nichols, Xzibit — great cast, really, really great cast. It's kind of like "American Beauty" meets "American History X." It's something special."


January 23, 2010

Flying Lessons: trailer and photos

"Flying Lessons" now has a trailer and some still photos.

Trailer is here, and photos are here.

January 21, 2010

Flying Lessons. Chris Carter's new project.

From X-Files

"Flying Lessons" an independent film Executive Produced by Chris Carter is set to premiere in the Opening night and Gala of the 25th Santa Barbara International Film Festival on February 4th, 2010.

According to Film Geek Confidential:

Indie “Flying Lessons” will open the 25th Santa Barbara Film Festival, which runs Feb. 4-14.

Maggie Grace stars as a woman who’s forced to return home to face old demons and her estranged mother (Christine Lahti). Cast also includes Hal Holbrook, Cary Elwes and Jonathan Tucker.

Pic is the helming debut of thesp Derek Magyar, who noted, “The fact that we shot the entire movie in the Santa Ynez Valley makes it feel like we’ve come full circle.” Fest exec director Roger Durling said the film was brought to his attention by pic’s editor, Richard Harris. Event usually opens with a studio film, but Durling, a seven-year Santa Barbara fest vet, felt it was important to highlight a local indie. “This is the first time a homegrown film will open the festival,” he said.

Thomas Kuehl (”Glee”) scripted and co-produced. Magyar produced with Jenny Hinkey. Chris Carter and Mark Johnson exec produced.

January 20, 2010

Some news about Chris Carter's "Fencewalker"

Mehcad Brooks who plays a lead role in Chris Carter's Fencewalker told that the movie “deals with the racial dynamic of America. I would describe it as American Beauty meets American History X.”

According to, Fencewalker hits theaters later this year.