[PopMatters] - While she is able to find logical explanations for the various events she witnesses with a frustratingly Dana Scully-like persistence, the story reveals that not all these visions are byproducts of her mental condition and that there still some things
[East Anglian Daily Times] - She catapulted Gillian Anderson into feature films with a starring role in the period drama The House of Mirth, at a time when she was in danger of being typecast as Dana Scully in the X-Files. This immediately led to other big screen and theatre roles
[Nina People] - Pendant neuf années, le public l'a connue dans un seul rôle, celui de l'agent Dana Scully dans la série X-Files. Dix ans après l'arrêt de la série, Gillian Anderson a toujours du mal à se défaire de la peau de son ancien personnage.
[Daily Mail] - By Daily Mail Reporter She played Special Agent Dana Scully for nine years in cult show The X Files. And despite almost a decade having passed since handing back her FBI badge, Gillian Anderson still struggles to distance herself from her most famous
[The Bookseller] picking up from the end of the original series, and is co-written by “The X-Files” creator Chris Carter, with original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising their roles as paranormal expert Fox Mulder and former partner Dana Scully.
[Heavy.com] - features the usual hooey involving Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) diving head-first into various conspiracies and alien invasions, with some truly impressive large-scale set pieces and more than a few unsettling moments
Paul and AJ discuss the notion of feminism–spoiler: they are 100% pro-woman, but vague on what the tenets of feminism actually are–and discuss such strong fictional women as Wonder Woman, Ellen Ripley, Dana Scully, and duh, ...