The dress is out there

Duchovny Joins Drag Comedy ‘Connie and Carla’
HOLLYWOOD ( – David Duchovny will be falling for Nia Vardalos in “Connie and Carla,” a comedy described as “Some Like It Hot” meets “Tootsie.”
Directed by Michael Lembeck (“The Santa Clause 2”) for Spyglass Entertainment, the story follows two working class dinner theater singers (Vardalos and Toni Collette) who are forced to go undercover in West Hollywood as drag queens, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Duchovny will play Jeff, a man looking for his drag queen brother and becomes Vardalos’ romantic interest. Vardalos will executive produce the musical project, which is slated to start shooting in May.
Since leaving the popular sci fi TV series, “The X-Files,” Duchovny has appeared in a handful of movies, including “Evolution,” “Zoolander” and “Full Frontal.” He also has two high profile projects in the works for next year; “My Dark Places,” a feature adaptation of James Ellroy’s autobiographical novel directed by Robert Greenwald (“Steal This Movie,” “Xanadu”), and “The X-Files 2,” the follow-up to the series which wrapped in 2002.