She and Mulder aren’t together and she’s carved out a world for herself, in medicine, working with a particular disease, with children, assisting surgeons,” says Anderson.“You get the sense that she goes to work, she goes to her apartment, and that s her life.“The whole thing about Gillian and I dating is so weird.
For Anderson — who also plays a witty society matron in the miniseries “War & Peace,” premiering Monday — there was a sense of unfinished business that not even the 2008 movie “The X-Files: I Want To Believe” resolved.
Mulder and Scully may not have ended up together, but the stars who play them still have a spark.
“People know we are good friends now and that we’ve found our way into an adult friendship,” Gillian Anderson tells revival on Fox, and Anderson, 47, admits it was a challenge to step back into the character she first played when she was 25. I was trying to find the Scully of the past, rather than accepting time had passed.
Well, “X Files” fans, we wanted to believe, but alas it appears we were led astray.
On Wednesday, a source told a celeb gossip website that Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, who costarred on “X Files” and in all of your teenage fantasies, had found their way back to each other.