Gillian Anderson is not happy with the television series that made her a household name. During a weekend panel at New York Comic-Con, Anderson didn’t mince words when asked about her future with the show beyond Season 11, set to begin sometime this Winter: “This will be it for me.” This comes after the actress was vocal about the lack of female writers and equal pay on the production launched by Chris Carter in 1993.
Gillian Anderson: “I don’t know. You may need to talk to me in a few years about that once I finally shut the door. You know, there’s always been this ‘maybe one more’ thing hanging over, but when the door is finally shut, call me up and ask me that question again.”
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Anderson’s resignation comes on the heels of the first trailer for The X-Files Season 11, which is said to focus on Dana Scully and Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) searching for the son they gave up for adoption in 2002. Have a look-see:
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