"X-Files" star Gillian Anderson made a rare appearance at Toronto's Fan Expo over the weekend. The actress who played FBI agent Dana Scully on the Fox series from 1993 to 2002 gave fans more than their money's worth -- but no, she didn't bring co-star and rumoured new housemate David Duchovny in her purse.
Duchovny and Anderson on "The X-Files." (FOX)
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It's been four years since the last film, "The X-Files: I Want to Believe," a follow-up to the franchise's first big-screen venture, 1998's "The X-Files."
In an interview with Collider earlier this month, David "Fox Mulder" Duchovny admitted that he would "love to do another film, or more."
"I think we're all game for it," he said. "I know I'm kind of perplexed that Fox isn't more" enthusiastic.
Perhaps some of the 52-year-old actor's enthusiasm comes from his rumoured new closeness to his former co-star. Celebrity Dirty Laundry made every "X-Files" fan's decade two weeks ago when it reported that Anderson had moved into Duchovny's L.A. home. Despite the actor's rep claiming the two were just friends, they were reportedly recently spotted frolicking in his pool.