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Hollywood Minute - October 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.

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 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 say they're on board if it gets a green light.

The LA Times reports the two voiced their support Saturday at an event to commemorate the sci-fi series' 20-th anniversary.

(Carl Azuz, for CNN's Hollywood Minute)

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