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After years of playing spooky Agent Fox Mulder on TV's "The X-Files" and in two big-screen "X-Files" movies, it's only natural that David Duchovny wants to lighten the mood a little bit. The 52-year-old actor won a Golden Globe for his hilarious role as troubled novelist and unrepentant ladies' man Hank Moody on Showtime's "Californication," the sixth season of which is scheduled to air in January. Now Duchovny appears on the big screen in the quirky comedy "Goats" as Goat Man — a chill, perma-stoned wild man of the desert who has inadvertently become the father figure to the son (Graham Phillips) of the hippie (Vera Farmiga) whose garden he's been tending for years.
We sat down with Duchovny as he waxed philosophical about nature vs. technology, the legalization of marijuana, the future of "The X-Files" and why getting to play guitar with Marilyn Manson was a high point of his life. Get More »
Goats: They're everywhere. So why aren't there more movies about them?
That's a question that movie fans have been puzzling over for decades, but everyone who loves goats can rest a little easier today, because there's a brand new trailer for the David Duchovny indie "Goats" — and there are plenty of the titular can-eating, bearded mountain sheep to be had.
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How could you be more made of Hollywood royalty than Dakota Johnson?
Famous parents (Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson)? Check. Famous grandparent (Tippi Hedren)? Check. Famous stepfather (Antonio Banderas)? Double check.
We're not sure who her pets are but they've probably been in a commercial or something.
The point is, girl gots some talent running through those veins, and she's ready to prove it after a memorable scene as Justin Timberlake's college conquest in "The Social Network" turned some heads last year.
According to Variety, the lovely Ms. Johnson will co-star in a trio of promising new films, including "Goats" with David Duchonvy and Vera Farmiga, "Five-Year Engagement" for Judd Apatow, as well as a little TV-to-movie masterpiece called "21 Jump Street." Get More »