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Welcome to Gillian Anderson Network, the newest place on the web for all things Gillian Anderson. You probably know Gillian best from her role as Dana Scully on The X-Files and most recently in Hannibal and The Fall. The aim of Gillian Anderson Network is to bring you all the latest news on Gillian and her career. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact me
Posted by · admin on Jun 26, 2015

The next scene I wanted to touch on is the 20-minute interrogation scene, which became a great power play between Spector and Stella. How did you approach that crucial sequence?

I thought that it was exquisitely written. How did I prepare for it? I mean one always intends to be entirely off-book, but with something like this, it’s really important to know 100 percent that you are off-book and can follow the rhythm of the scene from beginning to end without interruption. When we did a rehearsal of it, it was clear that Jamie felt the same way because we were able to do the 11-and-a-half pages straight through. What was fascinating about the process was that because we haven’t sat face-to-face in scenes before, it was as much about the actors dancing as it was about the characters dancing and observing each other, sussing each other out. We both lightly got into…predatory is the wrong word, but it’s almost like two cobras facing off. A cobra and a mongoose or something. It was something about that, and because it’s such a quiet scene, and we end up very grounded in our bodies but also very much in each other’s space. It had that kind of heightened sense to it. It was so much fun to play, and also to see how good Jamie was and could be.

With so much talk of The X-Files going around, it’s nice to visit one of Gillian’s other roles. Hopefully voters will listen and nominate her for an Emmy this year.

You can read the whole interview from Yahoo TV here.

Posted by · admin on Jun 26, 2015

If there is ever such a thing as too much Gillian Anderson, this might be the year for it.

(Webmistress note: There can never be a thing as too much Gillian.)

“People are going to get so sick of me,” says Anderson, 46, who has lined up four series. Now appearing opposite Mads Mikkelsen in the third season of NBC’s macabre Hannibal (Thursdays, 10 p.m. ET/PT), the Emmy-winning actress will also star next year in Fox’s update of sci-fi smash The X-Files, Season 3 of BBC’s The Fall, also due on Netflix, and BBC’s War and Peace miniseries, airing on Lifetime, History and A&E.

“It’s a great time. I’m very fortunate to have the range of stuff available to me right now,” she adds. “It’s nice to be able to work out how to fit as much of it in as possible, and still have a life and be an active mother” to three children.

You can read the entire USA Today article here.

Posted by · admin on Mar 24, 2015

I find that I like the uncluttered look of the site updates when I do just one massive gallery update post instead of one every time I add something. Makes it easier to find news and interviews/article updates. That being said, since I was without internet access for a while this update was put off meaning I’ve added quite a bit of captures since last time. I updated The Fall Season One with DVD captures and Hannibal Seasons One and Two have been changed to blu-ray captures, everything else is new.

Gallery Links:
        • Television > Hannibal
        • Television > The Fall > Season One
        • Television > Great Expectations
        • Television > The Crimson Petal and the White
        • Television > Any Human Heart
        • Film > I’ll Follow You Down
        • Film > Last Love
        • Film > Sister
        • Film > From Up on Poppy Hill
        • Film > How to Lose Friends & Alienate People
        • Film > Straightheads (Closure)
        • Film > Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story
        • Film > The Mighty Celt
        • Film > The Mighty
        • Film > Chicago Cab
        • Film > Princess Mononoke

Posted by · admin on Jul 19, 2014

BBC 2 has released the first trailer for Season 2 of The Fall. The Fall returns this fall.

The show’s second season is poised to the pick up from the season one finale which saw serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan) evading the police investigation headed by Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson). A personal link from Spector’s past opens up some clues for Gibson but provokes Spector in ways that threatens to jeopardise the whole investigation. Gibson is forced to take ever greater risks but the closer she comes to capturing him, the more Spector trespasses into her private world, delighting in taunting and provoking her. As the net gradually tightens around him he becomes psychologically ever more dangerous and destructive.