Monday, May 12, 2008

The X-Files Sequel Finally Goes Public

Details about the much-anticipated X-Files sequel are finally starting to trickle out to the public, though the flow is about as slow as the progression of our favorite agents' relationship.

The title of the movie has officially been released as The X-Files: I Want to Believe.

Though not technically released yet, some dedicated X-Philes have bootlegged both the short and extended trailers from various comic and sci-fi conventions around the country.

Because we here at Library Conspiracies believe in bringing covert information to the masses, posted below are all of the currently available bootlegged promos.

The short trailer.

The extended trailer

The series recap trailer

Mulder misses Scully

Scully Misses Mulder

Now as a "shipper," I don't want to think about why Mulder misses Scully and Scully misses Mulder . . . 'cause we waited a long time for that relationship to come to fruition, but in the words of Fox Mulder, "Maybe there's hope."

To keep up on all the official and not-so-official news about The X-Files: I Want to Believe, check out X-Files News.

If you like to keep everything official check out the official website, or good ol' Internet Movie Database.

We of course can't guarantee how long we will be able to keep all this great promo material posted, after all, it's all bootleg . . . and Fox is a big bully.

Watch while you can.

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