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Ghost Town Release Date: August 19

Ghost Town (Aug. 19) - An annoying man (Ricky Gervais) dies and is revived, discovering he can now speak to spirits. Maybe they can guide the witty British star ("The Office" and "Extras") to box office success. Tea Leoni and Greg Kinnear co-star.


Tea Leoni jogging in Santa Barbara at the Bacara Resort

Tea Leoni was seen jogging in Santa Barbara at the Bacara Resort on may 24, 2008. Notice her trademark pearls are back!

Looking for a David Duchovny Interview in Gay Times Magazine

There's an interview with David Duchovny in the June issue of Gay Times, an UK Magazine. Unfortunately, the mag website doesn't have the interview online.

If you're reading this blog and are able to buy this magazine for me, I can paypal you the money! I'm looking for scans or photos of the David interview. Please let me know if you can help. E-mail me at :

David and Tea Sighting in Connecticut (?)

A blog post mentions a David and Tea sighting in Connecticut some time in the last couple of weeks. There's no way to confirm if it was really them, but here it is:

The Gin Blossoms show was in a little theater in Connecticut, just over the NY border. It's a crazy-rich neighborhood, and just about every other car in the parking lot was some sort of Mercedes Benz, Lexus or BMW.

Put it this way: David Duchovny and Tea Leoni were in the front row at this particular show and nobody cared. (I'm not sure if that was because the people in this town are used to celebrities in their midst, or if it was because it was David Duchovny and Tea Leoni.)

The show itself was really good, and the band played a lot of tunes off their newest CD "Major Lodge Victory" released in late 2006. If you were ever a GB fan, you need to check it out. It will bring back memories and make you want to put the top down on your 911, put your arm around your best girl and just burn a hundred bucks-worth of gas that used to cost about twenty. But you don't care, because you're rich and you do what you want.

Read the full post here.

David Duchovny Wants To Believe

May 22, 2008
David Duchovny may have found television success again on Showtime’s Californication, but he will always be Fox Mulder to sci-fi fans. For movie goers, he hasn’t played his trademark role in a decade, but anticipation continues to build for X-Files: I Want to Believe, which hits theaters on July 25th, 2008. As more and more information about the movie has leaked out and fans start checking off already-released flicks like Iron Man and Indy 4, you can expect the X-Files buzz to become deafening. Duchovny sat down for a press conference recently to talk about his decision to come back, what we can expect from the movie, and even address the controversial final seasons of the show and, yes, the potential for yet another film. As the brilliantly simple tagline for X-Files 2 says, “Believe again.”

David Duchovny on his decision to come back as Agent Fox Mulder:
Coming back had always been my desire. I wanted to play this guy in a movie. I thought it would be natural to take this to cinema and turn it into a movie franchise. I would have done it sooner, maybe two years after the TV-show ended.

Duchovny on the last time he was in a real fight:
You mean a fist fight? ¬ Well, I box, but that’s a controlled fight. I haven’t been in an uncontrolled fight for a long time. I’ve been punched by my mom, but that doesn’t really count, does it?

On what we can expect from The X-Files movie:
Well, it’s very dark and frightening. It’s very much like how our TV show was in the beginning; very scary.

On whether the TV series lost its direction towards the end:
We forgot as we grew older and the show became so big that the show got so popular because it was that scary. This movie goes back to the original impetus of The X-Files, which is to scare the pants of people.

David Duchovny on playing Mulder differently this time:
Yeah, it was a little different. I had this fear that I looked different. Older Mulder was the term that was used on the set (laughs). But I wanted him to look more matured, psychically as well as physically. I mean, come on, this guy lost every battle. He is beaten down by life. That leaves some scars. I wanted to make sure we bring that across in this film. He’s the same guy, but he is “older Mulder”.

Duchovny on what he likes about Mulder:
I like that he doesn’t give up. His heroism is that he believes he will uncover the truth, and he is going to unmask the lies. I like that about him. I will share a little secret about this movie with you: Mulder’s quest is to rediscover the energy from the beginning. By the end of this movie he’s more like the original Mulder that started out in 1993.

On why The X-Files was so tremendously popular:
It probably has to do with this Holy Grail quest. It’s the idea that Mulder can actually bring the evidence in; that he can prove we are not alone, that paranormal activity does exist, that life after death does exist. It’s not just solving the murder mystery. In our show, you have the chance to solve one of the eternal questions in life.

On life after death:
I don’t think much about life after death so much. But I do have suspicions that we are not alone out there. It just makes more sense that there is more forms of life than just us. That makes intuitive sense to me.

David Duchovny on working with Gillian Anderson again:
I didn’t understand what she said. She has an English accent now. No, I’m just kidding. It was a highlight for me to work with her again. The first scene was just great. We immediately felt that there was still a connection.

On the rumors of Scully and Mulder finally hooking up in this film:
It’s an interesting thought, but again, the movie is dark and scary, and I don’t know if that hook up would add to that mood or destroy it. That’s for you to decide.

On whether he would’ve been disappointed if this movie didn’t happen:
This answer might surprise you. No, I wouldn’t have been disappointed. I am perfectly happy with the amount of work we’ve done with The X-Files. I couldn’t be happier with this show. However, I would love to continue to do this. I am hoping this movie will do some business, so I can continue as Agent Mulder.

David Duchovny on whether he ever considers working with his wife, Tea Leoni:
Probably not. We are trying to keep that separate. Acting, there is a certain lack of inhibition that you need when you act, and that’s hard to do with people you are involved with. You want to be real with them, but acting is not being real. And as a fan, I don’t really like to see real couples acting together in movies. I always ask myself why don’t they do that at home?

On still being as driven today as he was in the beginning of his career:
Yes, always, as a writer, director, and as an actor. It’s like the Beckett line: “Fail again, fail better.” I always try to fail better. Let’s face it, it’s all a failure. Even if it’s a great success, you know how you failed. There is no perfection. There is only certain degrees of failure in acting. And I am saying this as an optimist.

Duchovny on working with Chris Carter again:
I enjoyed being part of his debut as a first time movie director. I was happy to be there for him, to be the lead actor he can lean on.

On whether he is loyal:
I’d like to think so. My relationship to Chris Carter has grown over the years from being an employee to being a friend and a collaborator. I like to be able to help, to be reliable and responsible in a new endeavor he took on.


New film for Tea Leoni: "Manure"

Filmmakers Mark and Michael Polish have formed Prohibition Pictures. To launch the shingle, they've lined up financing for two features they've co-written, which will shoot back to back starting next week.

The siblings start with "Manure," a comedy about manure salesmen in 1960s heartland America that reteams them with their "Astronaut Farmer" star Billy Bob Thornton. Tea Leoni and Kyle MacLachlan also star in the film, which begins production Tuesday.

Days after the film wraps July 14, the brothers will begin production on "Stay Cool," a comedy that will star Winona Ryder, Sean Astin and Chevy Chase.

The pair co-wrote the scripts, and Mark Polish will be a featured thesp in both films.

They will partner in Prohibition Pictures with longtime collaborator Jonathan Sheldon, financier-producer Ken Johnson and his partner-producer Ja'net DuBois, who has invested in the company.

The Polish brothers will produce the films with Johnson, Sheldon and DuBois, with Nick Byassee serving as associate producer.

Prohibition Pictures aims to generate two to four independent films per year. The Polish brothers made their debut with the Sundance fave "Twin Falls, Idaho," and followed with "Jackpot," "North Fork," and "The Astronaut Farmer." The siblings are most comfortable working in the indie arena, and the new venture is designed to let them continue making films with creative autonomy.

Source: Variety

David Duchovny on the Set of Californication

David Duchovny on the Set of Californication on may 13, 2008:

More Duchovny-Leoni House Photos and Info

I was able to find more photos of the Duchovny Leoni House at the Real Estate Agent website. It seems the house is not up for sale, but only for "long term lease for 37,500/month". Here are more photos:

Entry to living room:

Living Room:

Dining to living room:

Dining room:

Country kitchen:

Kitchen to family room:

Family room:

Outdoor kitchen / Dining area:



Master bedroom (Notice the photo of Tea and West from the "Celebrity Moms" book):

Sun porch off master bedroom:

Upstairs bedrrom:

Guest Room:

Guest Suite:

Pool and Lap pool:


Guest house over garage:

David Duchovny with his son Kyd Miller

David Duchovny grabs some food with his son Kyd Miller in Malibu on May 10, 2008:

Updated: More 3 pics, in HQ...