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New Trailer For X-Files Reboot


"They've re-opened The X-Files" says the faceless, surprisingly middle-aged, villain in the great new trailer for the much anticipated return of Mulder and Scully.

There’s a crash landing alien (why do aliens always crash land, you’d think if they’ve managed to cross incomprehensible vastness of space to Earth they’d have the landing down part) sinister looking government types including the return of William B Davis's 'Smoking Man' and, of course, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson.

The FBI’s most photogenic agents are finally back together searching for that elusive truth.

It’s out there somewhere.

The X-Files reboot starts on Fox in the US on January 24 and will be screened on Channel 5 in the UK from February.



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