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In pictures: X-Files UK premiere

David Duchovny

The second film based on TV sci-fi drama The X-Files has had its UK premiere in London's Leicester Square.

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson

I Want to Believe sees David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising their roles as alien-hunting agents Mulder and Scully.


McFly were at the premiere of the film, which took $10.2m (5.1m) in North America on its opening weekend.

Sam and Amanda Merchant

Former Big Brother contestants Sam and Amanda worked the red carpet.

Chanelle Hayes

Chanelle Hayes, who was also in the Big Brother house last year, went to see the film. The original TV series won three Golden Globes for best TV drama.

Frank Spotnitz, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and Chris Carter

The script was written by Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz (pictured) and sees Mulder and Scully develop their much-debated relationship.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead

Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who has appeared in films such as Deathproof and Grindhouse, was all smiles for the cameras.

Natt Weller

Paul Weller's son, Nat, also went along to catch the movie, which opens in UK cinemas from Friday.

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