The X-Files Season 11 has just finished filming and is set for release on January 3rd 2018. An official trailer has been released but Celebrity WotNot brings you behind-the-scenes pics you may have never seen before with Mulder & Scully filming scenes in Vancouver, Canada.
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While we don’t know the exact outcome of the scene above and below, what is clear is Dana Scully is helped out of a car wreck by a mystery agent with blood all over her face.
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In the same scene Dana Scully looked to be disorientated as she was rescued from the car crash by what looked like a friendly fellow FBI agent.
A crowd had gathered around the agents with Scully falling into the agent’s arms with cuts and bruises on her head.
The X-Files Season 11 is directed by Chris Carter (above) who was also spotted on set taking a break for lunch with a sandwich in his hand. See more pics of the famous director in the links.
Two more stars were announced to be joining The X-Files Season 11 from the previous season: Robbie Amell and Lauren Ambrose will reprise their roles and the air date will be in 2018.
Fox Mulder was back in action as ‘Spooky’ and pictured filming at the famous A-Maze-Ing laughing statues in Morton Park, Vancouver.
PICS: Smile Spooky! Just A Normal Day For Fox Mulder As David Duchovny Films Season 11 Of The X-Files
Fox, played by David Duchovny, stood looking at the statues with a smile on his face and pointing at the statues as they resumed filming on Season 11 of The X-Files. Click the link above to see all the pics.
He was also pictured chatting to an unidentified man who had two black eyes and was walking with a stick.
According to BuzzFeed “Creator Chris Carter came up with the idea for The X-Files when he read a report saying 3.7 million people have claimed to have been abducted by aliens.”
X-Files Trivia: Fox Mulder and Dana Scully are loosely based on Emma Peel and John Steed in The Avengers series from the 1960’s.