In 1995, Wong and Morgan were offered an $8 million, four-year contract deal with 20th Century Fox Television to write and produce television series. As part of this deal, Morgan and Wong went on to create the short-lived series Space: Above and Beyond.
They returned to The X-Files briefly in its fourth season (1996–1997) when they wrote the horror episode "Home." Wong also made his television directing debut with the conspiracy-themed "Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man," written by Morgan. Wong and Morgan also took on production and writing duties for Carter's Millennium. Later, they would go on to executive produce the short-lived NBC paranormal series The Others.
In 2000, Wong directed Final Destination, a film he co-wrote with Glen Morgan. Wong followed the directorial debut with The One (2001), an action film starring Jet Li, and with more horror films, including Willard (2003), directed by Glen Morgan and starring Crispin Glover, and a second sequel, Final Destination 3 (2006). In late 2006, Wong and Morgan's remake of Black Christmas was released; the script was by Wong and Morgan and the film was directed by Morgan. Wong directed the live-action movie adaptation of the popular media franchise Dragonball in 2009. shortly after his film career was stopped to a grinding halt, due to very negative reaction of Dragonball Evolution and the overwhelming number of Death threats made by very angry fans of the Dragonball series, The Motion Picture Licensing Corporation: known as the (MPLC) Permanently Terminated Wong's Movie Directors Licence and gave him an indefinite Ban from the movie business and is no longer allowed to make or release movies in the U.S., however as per his legal contracts in Hollywood he is still allowed to direct and produce Prime-time Shows.