Wherein I read things, laugh [or not], and pass them on to you…
…That book doesn’t close until somebody dies, really. One of the greatnesses of the show was its open-endedness. It was about possibility. It wasn’t about closure. It just couldn’t be. There is no such thing as that story ever ending. Those characters are forever searching. That’s what they do. Even if we’re not watching them, they’re out there, in some dimension. Mulder and Scully are still doing their thing ‘cause that’s their nature.
I would love to do another film, or more. I think we’re all game for it. I know I’m kind of perplexed that Fox isn’t more [enthusiastic]. Here’s a homegrown property that you don’t have to go buy, like fuckin’ Green Lantern or something, to make it. Here you’ve got an actual action franchise that’s your own.…
As AMC’s Western “Hell on Wheels” rides back onto TV Sunday, star Anson Mount’s character, Cullen Bohannon, is a shadow of the man so driven to avenge the murders of his wife and son.
Reeling after he killed the wrong man at the end of Season 1, the former Confederate soldier has hooked up with bandits who repeatedly rob the trains of his former employer, Thomas “Doc” Durant (Colm Meaney). He doesn’t care if he lives or dies, Mount told reporters Wednesday during a conference call.
“I think he’s to the point of just absolutely devil may care—absolutely,” he said. Speaking as Cullen he added, “‘If the Lord decides to take me now, or the devil, that’s just fine with me.’
“He’s absolutely gotten to that point, to the extent that I think at the beginning of the second season he’s actually quite delusional.”