CableFAX Interview
Posted at 2:15 PM (PDT) on Monday, August 1, 2011

Interview with Gillian Anderson
By Mike Grebb
August 1, 2011

...Anderson sat down with CableFAX’s Michael Grebb at TCA in L.A. to discuss the role (Elizabeth in "Moby Dick"), her X-Files legacy and of course how we can start a campaign to get her a guest spot on Showtime’s "Californication."

CableFAX: Great. I’m going to start a campaign to get you a guest spot on “Californication.”

Gillian: OK, please do because we’re actually doing a question-and-answer thing tomorrow at a charity event, and that’s one of the questions I have: Why haven’t they offered me a guest spot on Californication?

CableFAX: Seriously.

Gillian: It’s a no brainer! How funny would that be to be a completely, completely different character.

CableFAX: Right. It can’t be anything like Scully.

Gillian: And it has to be sexual—because how weird would that be? It would just be weird to see this person who was Scully, and anyway… we’ll start the campaign.

CableFAX: Are they going to do another X-Files movie?

Gillian: I think everybody hopes that they will. I don’t know who’s manning that campaign. I don’t know who’s writing the script, but I hope somebody is. I think we’d all be up for it. It’s just a matter of the studio getting on board, I think. That’s another campaign. We’ll have to do that campaign too.

CableFAX: Absolutely.

Gillian: Ok, great.

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