Olivia Colman and the rest of the ensemble are sending audio recordings through to the post-production team for 'The Crown'.
'The X Files' star revealed her partner, 'The Crown' creator Peter Morgan persuaded her to give it a chance.
The X-Files actress will take on the role of the first female British prime minister in season four of the show.
To celebrate the classic horror/sci-fi series' milestone anniversary — it premiered 25 years ago — we picked the best standalone episodes to binge on.
The X-Files is no more, with Fox confirming that there are 'no plans to do another season' of the veteran sci-fi show, which wound up its eleventh series in March.
The world could be about to get its first female Bond, as Cillian Murphy and James Norton have been overtaken by “any” actress. Mary Poppins star Emily Blunt has had her odds cut from 250/1 to 50/1 to play the iconic British spy with Gillian Anderson’s name also being bandied about. Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson said: “Despite male actors dominating since its inception, we’ve finally seen a trend that is going towards a female taking up the coveted role.
Gillian Anderson has confirmed that she will stop playing Agent Dana Scully after the current revival of the sci-fi series.
In a twist which had its origins in an episode first aired 18 years ago, the turn taken by The X-Files in its season 11 premiere in the US last night has shocked fans to their core.
“The X-Files” will return for Season 11 on Wednesday, along with its lead characters, longtime partners Dana Scully and Fox Mulder. At New York Comic Con in October, Anderson said the latest installment of the recently revived sci-fi classic would be here last — an announcement that rattled fans. “I’ve said from the beginning this is it for me,” Anderson told TV Guide.
Gillian Anderson has rather gamely responded to fan chat suggesting that she’d make the perfect replacement for current 007 Daniel Craig. Jane Bond,” she wrote. Reports emerged last week that Daniel Craig has turned down a £68 million offer to make more two movies in the 007 series.