There are talks of a reboot of the 1990s hit sci-fi series. The X-Files, which may excite fans who believe that the truth is still “out there.” Ryan Coogler, the director of Creed and Black Panther. He is reportedly being considered to lead the project, according to the show’s creator, Chris Carter. This new project, which Carter calls a “remount,” is different from the proposed.
Albuquerque, an animated comedy spinoff that Carter was supposed to produce in 2020. Instead, the new series will focus on a group of misfits who tackle cases deemed too absurd even for the original X-Files leads, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. It was initially planned as a show featuring the B-Team of X-Files. With a pilot script by Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko of Paradise PD, who were also to serve as executive producers.
Ryan Coogler has plans to reboot The X-Files with a diverse cast, according to Chris Carter. Carter discussed this during an interview with Gloria Macarenko on On the Coast. The planned reboot promises to be more inclusive than the original show which relied on racist stereotypes.
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It is unclear whether the new series will retain the original title or feature any of the ’90s cast. A full and contemporary reboot appears to be the most likely option to reinvent the tale of two FBI agents investigating mysterious happenings. The X-Files franchise has a history of changes, with additional leads added in the final two seasons of the original series. The franchise also spawned two movies and two revival seasons from 2016 to 2018.