While the first X-Files movie - release during the height of the series' popularity in 1998 - was a box office hit, the same can't be said its a sequel. Released in 2008, a full decade after the first one, The X-Files: I Want To Believe cost only $35 million to make, but wound up only making $20.9 here and $47 million abroad.
Talking with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show, Duchovny was ostensibly there to promote the sixth season of Californication. When talk turned to The X-Files, the actor was quick to confess he's hoping for a third movie from this currently dormant franchise.
To get everyone up to speed, the notorious vampire murderer Blade has broken into the hospital in Forks, WA and brutally incinerated the fang-banger, Bella Swan. The murders have garnered the attention of Jack Bauer