was hospitalized on Tuesday for exhaustion.
Carter, who has been working non-stop on multiple movie projects for two years is being treated for exhaustion and "an acute sleeping disorder," says
Carter, who wrote, produced and directed this summer's
The X-Files: I Want to Believe
, jumped immediately into directing the hush-hush feature
. That, coupled with an exhausting world press tour for
, could lead to one sleep-deprived multi-hyphenate.
Carter is expected to make a speedy recovery.
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