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David Duchovny has matured: the hero of Meg Ryan’s new comedy, a musician and novelist with a daughter who is also an actress (and a girlfriend 33 years his junior).

David Duchovny has matured: the hero of Meg Ryan’s new comedy, a musician and novelist with a daughter who is also an actress (and a girlfriend 33 years his junior).

what happened after thatwhich arrives this weekend in Spanish cinemas, marks the return to romantic comedies (while making a comeback) by Which was one of the queens of the genre, Meg Ryan (Fairfield, Connecticut, 1961), who directed, co-wrote, and starred in the film (W Dedicated to Nora Ephronwhich he consoled her with When Harry Met Sally, Something to remember also you have mail).

Ryan has been off the big screen for eight years. (It was his last film Ithaca) For his return, he joined forces with a generation companion who was also an icon in the 90s, but has not shared the bill with him yet: David Duchovny (New York, 1960).

They both play ex-spouses who, after many years of not seeing each other, meet at the airport where they are trapped all night due to weather conditions, a time they use to reckon with the past.

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Unlike Ryan, Duchovny hasn’t been away from movies for long, and we’ve recently seen him in them Bubble And People like ustwo high-profile Netflix comedies with a large cast that were not well received – but they owe their fame above all to television, to His characters Hank Moody in California Especially Fox Mulder’s Unidentified files.

What most of the public probably doesn’t know – or at least those who don’t follow his career closely – is that in his maturity he opened up his horizons and became a kind of modern Renaissance man: a few years ago, too. He’s a singer, songwriter, novelist and just launched a podcast. All while he continued to direct, write, and act in films and series.

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