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29 January 2008 @ 03:14 pm
...with AG and RP?

Annabeth Gish & Robert Patrick in new X-Files movie?
Date : January 18, 2008 Writer : Clint Morris

OK, so Mulder and Scully are back on deck but what about Agent Doggett and Agent Reyes? Have they been re-enlisted?

According to actress Annabeth Gish, no, neither her or Robert Patrick will appear in the new “X-Files” sequel.

The actress – who you’ll all remember had her tiny little heart broken in the 80s masterpiece “Mystic Pizza” – tells X-Files News that though her character Reyes and Patrick’s character Doggett don’t appear in the new film, Chris Carter, the film’s director, has promised them roles in the next film… should it happen.

The site's source says, "I ran into Annabeth Gish at "The Business of Being Born" premiere in Los Angeles last night. She confirmed that neither her or Robert Patrick would be appearing in the second X-Files movie. She did say that Chris told her that if the second movie does well, she'll be in the next one."

What about Skinner? is he back in this one?

Here's the source: http://www.moviehole.net/news/20080118_annabeth_gish_robert_patrick_i_1.html

I don't know this site, could be bogus. But exciting nonetheless.
09 January 2008 @ 01:26 am
I just found this:

Looks like new...
30 October 2007 @ 12:41 am
Can't believe ATA isn't on top of this already!

From: http://www.playbackmag.com/articles/daily/20071026/knife.html

The team that brought The Eleventh Hour to Canadian screens is wrapping the Toronto shoot of its CTV MOW Who Named the Knife. A fictional adaptation of the 2007 book by Linda Spalding, the $4-million two-hour drama (set to also bow on Lifetime in the States) follows the budding relationship between a woman and a female convict who she believes is wrongfully imprisoned.

"The two lead characters are women, and it's a story you don't often read about women," says screenwriter and exec producer Semi Chellas. "It has the quality of journalism like in The Eleventh Hour, where the characters are digging into the facts and picking up the pieces to create a story."

Annabeth Gish (Brotherhood, The West Wing) plays Sally Linden, a murder trial juror who feels reasonable doubt about the charges, but is dismissed from jury duty before deliberations start. The woman, Theresa, played by Chandra West of NYPD Blue, is convicted. Flash forward 15 years, Sally tracks Theresa down and works through her initial feelings of doubt to uncover a possible misjudgment.

"This project has elements of some great dramas like Dead Man Walking... and this great BBC production Longford by Peter Morgan. They're all about relationships with someone in real life and someone in prison," Chellas says.

Executive producer Ilana Frank worked with Chellas (and Spalding's scriptwriter daughter, Esta) on The Eleventh Hour, and the duo pitched the script to CTV's then-creative head of dramatic programming Tecca Crosby and former SVP of programming Bill Mustos. Despite the departure of both execs from the network, Chellas says the relationship with CTV has not changed. Production exec Kathleen Meek is now the go-to person for the terrestrial, and she was on board with the project from day one, when she was the manager of BCE drama development.

The supporting cast includes Maury Chaykin (Entourage), Callum Keith Rennie (Battlestar Galactica) and Headstones' lead singer Hugh Dillon (Durham County). Although Chellas wasn't involved with the casting, she admits to having pictured Dillon in the role of the villain. "He can play compelling, charming and frightening, so there's a joy in watching him on set," she says.

The crew behind the MOW includes exec producer Daniel Iron (Away from Her) for Toronto's Thump. Director David Wellington recently wrapped up work on Frank's latest mini, Would Be Kings, also due on CTV, and worked with Chellas on the Showtime/CBC MOW Restless Spirits.

The majority of Who Named the Knife was filmed in Toronto, but some of the cast and crew will be making the journey to Hawaii at the end of the year to wrap the project.

25 September 2007 @ 03:08 am
Her entry for September:

Hi Everyone.

Well, time has been moving at such a blurry, speedy pace these days I can hardly keep track of the hours and weeks as they go by. Motherhood is a totally consuming, exhilarating and exhausting exercise in love and patience. I can't believe my son is already 8 months old, a delicious boy just starting to skooch around and explore words, sounds and tastes. It is all an endless journey of discovery both for Cash himself and for Wade and I as we watch this little being carve out his place in the world. "Wow" doesn't quite cut it, and yet it kind of summarizes my constant state of revelation.

The second season of "Brotherhood" will start airing on Sunday, September 30th. It's a little different, this season from last, in many ways... I will be anxious to hear what your thoughts and reactions to the show are as it plays out. As usual, I haven't seen any episodes cut together, so I too, will form my opinion as I watch - if I can handle it. I am definite about the fact that I don't like to watch my work while I am in the process of actively doing it, but sometimes it's hard to watch even after I've walked away and the work is done. (But is it really ever done? Finished maybe, but not perfect)! I can't say enough about my fellow actors - all of them so great in the show, great to work with and good, good people. There was something about this second season, everyone reunited, their lives reorganized to work back again in Providence, RI, that brought out a fuller bonding. The cast and crew becomes a family, odd and eclectic, with everyone being there for each other both on the set and off. Whether or not we have a third season is very much in the hands of the viewers ... if we get more people watching, then we have a good chance for a third season. Watch away!

All the best and I will keep you up on any new projects, etc ... Be well and happy!


Current Mood: okayokay
06 September 2007 @ 07:30 pm
Mojave Phone Booth will be released on DVD on November 27th.

AND season 2 of Brotherhood will premiere on September 30th on Showtime.
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18 August 2007 @ 02:35 am
The Annabeth Gish Forum is active again. Welcome old and new members !

11 August 2007 @ 01:18 am

001-018 Alias.
019-041 Annabeth Gish.
042-054 Friends.
055-061 Gillian Anderson.
062-107 Gilmore Girls.
108-121 Lost.
122-124 MKAO.
125-130 Peta Wilson.
131-180 The X-Files.
181-198 The West Wing.
199-200 Will and Grace.

09 August 2007 @ 12:52 am
Looks like we've got some new members! Terrific.

Now, if only there was some new information on Annabeth besides the fact she's still in Rhode Island filming Brotherhood...
08 July 2007 @ 02:58 pm
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