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The X-Files: I Want to Believe (24-Jul-2008)

Director: Chris Carter

Writers: Chris Carter; Frank Spotnitz

Keywords: Sci-Fi

Continuation of the X-Files franchise's saga follows ex-FBI agents Mulder and Scully as they return to their employer to investigate a new paranormal occurrence.

ABSTRACT
Ex-FBI agents Mulder and Scully, once renowned for their expertise investigating matters supernatural and paranormal, now live lives far removed from their old exploits, with Scully working as a physician in a hospital and Mulder wasting his days away as a gadfly waxing poetic about the weird to anyone who will listen. Things change for our ex-partners and lovers when a disgraced Catholic priest claims to be taken by visions of the whereabouts of a missing FBI agent, bringing the pair back on board to lend their talents and abilities to one last tough case.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gillian Anderson
Actor
9-Aug-1968   Scully on The X-Files
Nicki Aycox
Actor
26-Mar-1975   Jaimie Allen on Dark Blue
Billy Connolly
Comic
24-Nov-1942   Scottish comedian
David Duchovny
Actor
7-Aug-1960   Mulder on The X-Files
Lorena Gale
Actor
9-May-1958 21-Jun-2009 Je me souviens
Amanda Peet
Actor
11-Jan-1972   Touch Me
Mitch Pileggi
Actor
5-Apr-1952   Walter Skinner on The X-Files
Callum Keith Rennie
Actor
14-Sep-1960   Leoben Conoy on Battlestar Galactica
Xzibit
Rapper
8-Jan-1974   Pimp My Ride

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