“The X-Files” actor David Duchovny got his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a day after the cult television series returned to small screens to fanfare in the US.
“It’s surreal, it’s a surreal moment and it’s a surreal event, everything just seems… it feels like something coming out of a movie, in a strange way,” joked Duchovny, 55, who plays Special Agent Fox Mulder.
Mulder and his partner Dana Scully, played by Gillian Anderson, returned on Sunday (24th January) for a mini series to great excitement among “X-Files” fans.
“I’m never confident about a success, but I’m confident that we made a really good show again,” said Duchovny, who won a Golden Globe in 1997 for his turn as Mulder and again in 2008 for his role as Hank Moody in the hit comedy-drama series “Californication”.
On another note, Gillian Anderson couldn’t be there for David’s Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony, but she did send her regards in a hilarious tweet which read, “He was a nice man. A kind man. Quite smart. He liked avocado and pilates. Actor, writer, friend. He will always be my shining star. May his soul be forgiven and rest in peace.”
Gosh, give her a star already!
Meanwhile, The latest “X-Files” received decidedly mixed reviews from critics.
“Like Mulder, I want to believe, but with a messy new beginning like this, Chris Carter (the producer) and crew are making it pretty hard,” wrote Kaly Soto in The New York Times.