David Duchovny wants new ‘X-Files’ film

Actor says cast members 'miss working together'

David Duchovny, star of The X Files, has said the show’s team are ready and keen to make a new film.

The last movie spin-off from the Fox Network TV show was 2008’s The X-Files: I Want To Believe, which was both a critical and financial flop.

Yet the actor told Showbizspy.com that the show’s team would like to make another movie.

“I’m always game,” he said. “It always rides on Fox. [Creator Chris Carter] is game. I know [co-star Gillian Anderson] is game. We all, at this point, love the show. We all, at this point, would love to work with one another again.”

Duchovny added: “We’re all good friends and miss one another, and miss working together. We’re all like this little X-Files family and I, for one, would love to continue. And I think there’s a lot left in the show. You know? And I think we can continue to make good movies.”

He said he believes the last X-Files film didn’t fair well at the box office because it was released against blockbusters without enough financial clout to compete.