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Duchovny: 'X-Files 2' in the pipeline
The X-Files actor David Duchovny has confirmed that plans for a second feature film are underway.
The 43-year-old, Fox Mulder in the sci-fi series, said that a storyline had already been approved but he hadn't yet been told the plot.
"I'm dying to hear it," he said, adding that creator Chris Carter had given the go-ahead for writing to begin.
The popular TV series ended in 2002 after nine years on the air, although its relentless filming schedule meant that Duchovny opted out of most episodes in the final two seasons.
"I'm at the point where I finally miss it," Duchovny said. "I wanted the grind to end, but I never wanted the show just to end. And I'd always had this fantasy and hope that it would be a movie franchise. Hopefully, this second movie will give it a foundation as such."
The first X-Files movie raked in around £110m at the global box office on its release in 1998.