“I play alpha women quite a lot,” she admits, and has only one reason for that. “I am an alpha woman.”
Gillian also has no issue affirming that she is a natural born badass.
"I’m definitely a punk at heart and I feel like I have to keep that aspect of myself in check on a daily basis,” she says. “I don’t think the rebel ever leaves. That’s probably why people come to me for that type of character, and I’m down with that.”
MarcAndrew.ca, September 2014
From the script for “The End”:DOORWAY OF MULDER’S OFFICE
As Mulder appears. The look on his face is of a man who’s seeing, smelling and tasting the loss of everything he has worked for. It’s the look of utter defeat.MULDER’S POV
The room is burned floor to ceiling. There is water on the floor. White smoke still hangs in the air. The file cabinet containing the X-Files is a melted, twisted skeleton. As Mulder walks into this shot, CAMERA HOLDING ON HIS BACK as he stands in what used to be the center of his world. Turning only when he hears someone behind him.ANGLE ON SCULLY at the door.
She sees only Mulder right now. The room is beyond saving. She moves to him now. Putting her arms around him, holding on to keep him from breaking.
Off this, we FADE OUT.
Because happy/snuggly/content Mulder and Scully are my favorite.
Jeeezzz. Such amazing work!!!
"its not that there might not be an attraction — its a friend — theres an attraction its an attraction "
"a friend attraction"
"there might even be more than a friend attraction but its not going to happen"
NEVER SAY NEVER….
'The Fall', season 2: First look of Gillian Anderson as DSI Stella Gibson.
Gillian on Extra (March 13th, 2014)
- You still have nothing
- I may not have the X-Files, Scully, but I still have my work. And I still have you. And I still have myself.
"I would’ve liked this past season to be the last," Duchovny says flatly. He’s sitting in his trailer on the Fight the Future set, dressed in T-shirt and shorts. His Nike-sandaled feet rest on copies of Yoga Journal and the Don DeLillo novel Underworld on a coffee table. Ask about the possibility that this movie could turn into a franchise a la Star Trek, and he’s even more blunt: “I’d much rather be involved in a franchise movie series than do the goddamn TV show every week.”
Entertainment Weekly, June 1998
The interview took place in 1997 if it was on the set of Fight The Future - was released summer 98, shot summer 97.
The mag must have held interview for release.
Scully: Mulder, it’s such a gorgeous day outside. Have you ever entertained the idea of trying to find life on this planet?
Mulder: I’ve see the life on this planet, Scully, and that is exactly why I’m looking elsewhere.