Magazine article Newsweek

Finding the 'X-Files' Exit, Going to the Chapel, Mr. and Mrs. Jacko Throw in the Glove, She's Got Canvas Genes

Magazine article Newsweek

Finding the 'X-Files' Exit, Going to the Chapel, Mr. and Mrs. Jacko Throw in the Glove, She's Got Canvas Genes

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Mulder and Scully may have only one more season to uncover the truth. Gillian Anderson says she's tired of all the paranormal hours and wants out of "The X-Files." "Physically, psychologically, I don't think I could do another season," she says. "I'm spent." Although she's contractually bound to the show through 2001, you don't have to be paranoid to think the end is near: contracts for both David Duchovny and creator Chris Carter are up after this season, and Duchovny vows not to return. Given that he filed a $25 million lawsuit against his bosses at Fox this summer, we believe Mulder on that one.

Going to the Chapel

For a jilted woman, getting engaged really is the best revenge. Though her publicist denies it, Minnie Driver--almost as famous for being dumped by Matt Damon on "Oprah" as for any of her other on-screen roles--is now reportedly sporting a ring from Josh Brolin, son of James Brolin. Even better, Minnie's got the inside track with one great wedding singer: stepmother-in-law-to-be Barbra Streisand. Still, that ceremony won't be nearly as entertaining as Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee's upcoming nuptials. The Motley duo are reportedly planning to make their second wedding an all-nude affair--guests included. (For anyone too shy to attend, the video will begin making the rounds immediately following the reception.) It's probably best to leave the dressing-up to dapper gents like Pierce Brosnan anyway. He's finally engaged to "Entertainment Tonight's" Keely Shaye Smith. …

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