Great news has been outed for "The X-Files" hard-core fans. With their new and highly anticipated feature film, "The X-Files: I Want to Believe", nearing its theatrical release date with each second passing, the 20th Century Fox announced that they will be presenting the enthusiastic "X-Philes" with special treats at the film's world premiere.
Holding the premiere on Wednesday, July 23, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre. Los Angeles, the studio revealed that they will build seating in front of the Hollywood landmark where these fans can observe the red-carpet arrivals as well as take participants in a special conference with the film's stars, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, and filmmakers, director/co-writer Chris Carter and producer/co-writer Frank Spotnitz, before they meet with the press.
It should be noted that the arrangement of the seating uses the first-come, first-serve basis. Special credentials will be distributed at 4:00 P.M. to the first 500 fans arriving on that particular day, while the gala will kick off at 6 P.M. Meanwhile, the other enthusiasts around the globe who could not come can also experience the event live via a special Internet site through which they can submit questions to be answered by the movie's cast and filmmakers.
Presenting a stand-alone story, "I Want to Believe" is the second movie adapted from the hit sci-fi television series created by Carter. The movie will team up once again FBI agents, Mulder and Scully, as they are faced with yet another paranormal phenomena involving the mysterious disappearance of women and a preacher who has a unique way to find the bodies. It will hit the theaters across the country on July 25.