‘The X-Files’: Do YOU want to believe?

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The second X-Files movie finally has a title: The X-Files: I Want to Believe. (via The Associated Press)

The name comes from a poster (pictured above) that hung in FBI Agent Fox Mulder’s conspiracy-filled office.

The X-Files: Fight the Future came out in theaters in 1998 and the long-running TV series ended in 2002.

Producers say the sequel, which reunites stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, will shed the burden of the series’ UFO-laden “mythology” in favor of a story that captures the spirit of the more popular stand-alone episodes.

The plot is still shrouded in secrecy.

I think the title I Want to Believe is perfect — it will appeal to longtime fans and should intrigue others enough to take a look. What do you think?


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