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LexiconMatt
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Here's the entire list of questions that we're sent to Chris Carter about the movie....

Questionnaire for 1013 staff or Chris Carter…



Q: What is the title of the new X-Files movie?

Megan
X-F Roadrunners


Q: Mr. Carter, what excited you most about filming again?

How have you found filming here (in Vancouver) again?

Angie, Langley, BC


Q: If you had to compare the movie to an episode of The X-Files in terms of type and storytelling, which one would it be?

Damien, US
The Ultimate X-Files


Q: Mr. Carter, you are known for writing & directing some of the most one-off episodes of the X-Files (Post-Modern Prometheus, Triangle, Improbable...). Will you approach "Done One" with some of those quirky elements, or will you concentrate on a more conventional approach like in a classic X-File (Duane Barry, Patience)?

Orodromeus, London, England
Eat The Corn

Q: Are Rob Bowman or Kim Manners in any way involved in the movie? (Ie., as sort of "consulting directors"?)

Diego
Buenos Aires, Argentina


Q: I noticed that Vancouver crew alumni such as David Gauthier, Shirley Inget as well as Mark S. Freeborn are involved in the production. Bill Roe was part of the Los Angeles crew. Is this production a good mix between the original Vancouver crew and the Los Angeles crew?

Were many from the Vancouver production invited to work on this feature?

Matt, San Francisco, CA
The X-Files Lexicon


Q: Is Mitch Pileggi reprising his role as A.D. Skinner in the upcoming movie?

Christina, Athens, Greece


Q: Why was Vancouver chosen as the filming location of the second X-Files movie?  Will you be revisiting any filming locations of great importance to the series?

Adrienne,
Sherman Oaks, CA


Q: Vancouver and the surrounding area(s) have changed so much; was that noticeable when it came to locations?

Angie, Langley, BC

Q: Will the movie rely heavily on special effects?

Lorna  - Durham, England


Q: My question is will there be a new website for the movie soon?

Additionally, will the official X-Files website be revived?

Caroline, a.k.a. lilfella,
Charlotte, NC


Q: Mr. Carter, did you get emotional writing the script?

Do you still miss writing Mulder and Scully?

Rosemary London,
Chicago


Q: Will there be a tribute to the Lone Gunmen in the new X-Files movie?  

Do you ever visit X-Files websites or forums online?

Megan
X-F Roadrunners


Q: Will the length of the movie be over or under two hours?

DeeDee,
Webmistress of XFILES 2 MOVIE BLOG
Mexico.

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Q: Between the end of the series and the beginning of the shooting of this movie, more than five years have passed. Did you work a lot on this movie throughout the last five years?

Damien, US
The X-Files Ultimate


Q: Depending on if this feature does well financially, has Twentieth-Century Fox indicated any willingness to produce a Millennium feature film?

Matt, San Francisco, CA
The X-Files Lexicon


Q: Compared to "Fight the Future", how is the budget?

Orodromeus, London, England
Eat The Corn


Q: What would be the $64,000 question that you would like to be asked?

Diana,


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