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Walking Dead Breaks Records In The Hollywood Minute

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  Original Published: 10/15/2013 The Walking Dead walks into record ratings. A theater chain bans Madonna. And Mulder and Scully could return for a third X-Files movie. Here's Carl Azuz with your Hollywood Minute. The Walking Dead, basic cable's biggest series, delivered its best ratings yet Sunday. A record 16.1-million people watched Sunday's season four premier. The show also beat all of its competition on broadcast TV. A Texas theater chain has banned Madonna after hearing she was texting during the New York Film Festival. The CEO of the Alamo Drafthouse chain says until Madonna apologizes to movie-goers, she's not welcome in his theaters. The chain has a strict no-talking and no-texting policy. However, the CEO admits his ban probably won't affect the Material Girl much, and, if it did, bother her, she hasn't let on, no comment from her yet. And, could there be a third X-Files movie? Stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson says they're on board if it gets a green light. The Los Angeles Times reports the two voiced their support Saturday at an event to commemorate the sci-fi series' 20th anniversary.
   
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