X-Files News

Rumors have been active for more than a year now that Chris Carter’s highly successful hit science fiction and supernatural drama series, The X-Files, would be returning to the small screen for the first time since it was cancelled after nine seasons in 2002 and followed by two film sequels that ended the series in 2008.

On March 24, fans learned that the network that originally released the series, Fox, has approved a six-episode return that might lead to additional episodes or a new series.

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will reprise their roles as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, respectively, but it is unknown how many other fan-favorites like the Lone Gunman or Walter Skinner will be returning. Wikipedia reports that many still hope that 77-year-old William B. Davis, who played the Smoking Man, might return.

With the last X-Files film, Mulder and Scully were still involved and the FBI forgave Mulder his past actions. Fans are excited to see where the characters are at this new point in their lives.

Chris Carter referred to this event as a “13-year commercial break.” He will also be returning to share his vision once again with people around the world and new ideas. He stated that this is the “perfect time” for the six stories because the “world has only gotten that much stranger.”

Fox has yet to announce a release date. Filming will begin this summer.

The Company That Wants To Give You Free Internet

FreedomPop is a free wireless and mobile phone service that is definitely taking the world by storm. There are so many gimmicks with wireless phone companies that people are getting sick and tired of it. A person quite often can get tricked into being in a very long-term contract that they cannot break. At times if they want to break their contract they have to pay a very high fee to do so. Many mobile phone companies have gotten savvy to the fact that people are sick of contracts, and they have come up with new schemes to help keep their clients and to get rid of contracts. While that is all well and good, FreedomPop has surpassed them all. FreedomPop basically has the same mission that Skype has. Skype’s mission was to give anyone across the world access to to make phone calls without having to pay a super high fee.

For many years people that had friends and loved ones in different countries or in different areas had to pay very high prices for long distance service, or they would have to get a calling card. Now with Skype a person can connect with their family or friend that live across the world without having to pay anything. The only requirement is that the person also has Skype. This is the same model as FreedomPop. They want to give free and fast mobile service to all people. FreedomPop definitely has been able to accomplish its goal. They had a humble beginning in 2012 and now many thousands of people have gotten hip to FreedomPop and they use it every single day. At first FreedomPop only wanted to give free Internet service, but now they are also giving free mobile phone service as well. FreedomPop offers its customers free 4G mobile phone service, free broadband service at home, and free wireless Internet. It can all seem too good to be true, but in reality it is not. The founder of FreedomPop’s names are Steven Stokols and Steven Sesar.

It is no wonder why FreedomPop has definitely made many wireless services and phone companies nervous, with the rate that they are going there are bound to take over the world of wireless and Internet. Since that is the case, a person does well to look more into FreedomPop if they have not already, because they could be saving themselves a lot of money.

Avengers 3 and 4 Have Their Directors

According to Haidar Barbouti’s latest blog post on his website, haidarbarbouti.org, the rumors have come true. Anthony and Joe Russo are going to move directly from shooting Captain America: Civil War to directing the two part Avengers: Infinity War. The brothers have a long history of television production and directed the hugely successful Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The rumors that they would take over the Avengers franchise began flying last year after the Sony hack. Information from the hack mentioned the possibility as well as the Sony and Marvel deal involving Spider Man that was recently officially announced.

In the article seen here they mention the three year deal that the Russos signed with Sony. Most of the rumors about this deal revolve around Spider Man and how he is going to be merged into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is slated for his own 2017 solo film and the rumor mill has him introduced in Civil War. The most popular theory puts the wall crawler at the center of the Infinity War while the main Avengers are busy elsewhere, at least for Part 1.