New information released for the David Lynch epic.
The official premiere date of David Lynch's 'Twin Peaks' revival has finally been announced for the Spring, with a two-hour long first episode. Plus, in case you can't wait a week after seeing episode one, the following two episodes will then be availabe to watch online afterwards.
David Lynch's 'Twin Peaks' coming in May
TV producer and President of Showtime David Nevins unveiled the latest piece of news at a TCA session yesterday (January 9th 2017). 'It's really happening', he said, adding that the series will consist of '18 unforgettable hours'. Lynch shot the whole series as if it were a movie, so the resulting episodes are a result of being cleverly broken down.
Continue reading: 'Twin Peaks' To Arrive In May 2017 With Two-Hour Premiere
The best trailer you'll see all year.
It's probably the most uninformative trailer of the year, but a new teaser for the upcoming third season of 'Twin Peaks' has arrived just to remind us of its imminent approach. It features creator David Lynch, being very Lynch, which suggests he'll make a return cameo in the new series.
David Lynch shares his snack with us
To the famous theme tune of the series, David Lynch munches a damn good glazed donut with a look of pure concentration on his face in the new trailer for 'Twin Peaks'. It seems he will reprise his cameo role of FBI chief Gordon Cole. It's not unusual of David Lynch to share little of a story's plot in a trailer, but we're amazed at how mesmerizing it is to watch him eating sugary goods.
The film is part of a new DLF project, 'Playing Lynch'.
John Malkovich stars in the trailer for a new David Lynch inspired project: 'Psychogenic Fugue'. Hosted by Squarespace, it's a part of a new project called 'Playing Lynch', essentially a tribute to the 'Twin Peaks' director's work for the benefit of his charity the David Lynch Foundation.
John Malkovich as David Lynch
The trailer features flashes of spooky black and white imagery inspired by 'Eraserhead', 'Twin Peaks', 'Blue Velvet', 'Lost Highway' and 'The Elephant Man', with John Malkovich taking on a variety of iconic Lynch characters including Special Agent Dale Cooper, The Log Lady, The Lady In The Radiator, Henry Spencer, Frank Booth, John Merrick and David Lynch himself. It also gives the definition of 'Psychogenic Fugue' as a 'dissociative disorder in which a person forgets who they are and leaves home to create a new life'.
Critics from all over the world were asked to name the best movie of the past 16 years.
Mulholland Drive has been named the greatest film of the 21st century in a list of the 100 best, compiled by the BBC. Critics from all over the world were asked to vote for their favourite movie of the past 16 years in the poll, in a bid to prove that great films are still being made.
Mulholland Drive director David Lynch
Mulholland Drive, the 2001 neo-noir mystery directed and written by David Lynch and starring Naomi Watts, Justin Theroux and Laura Harring, came out on top among the critics.
What a revival it will be!
Is there anyone left in Hollywood NOT starring in the 'Twin Peaks' revival?! The 200-strong cast of the upcoming David Lynch series has been announced in full, revealing not only the original actors set to return (so thats pretty much everyone), but a whole bunch of new faces who will appear - including a handful of musical stars.
David Lynch is directing a stellar cast for 'Twin Peaks'
The upcoming new show is a continuation of the events of the 90s drama's original two series. It's only due for a limited 18-episode run on Showtime next year, which probably explains why so many people have agreed to get on board. Literally everyone you can think of from the show is making an appearance; Kyle MacLachlan as Agent Dale Cooper, Sheryl Lee as Laura Palmer, Mädchen Amick as Shelly Johnson, Dana Ashbrook as Bobby Briggs, Richard Beymer as Benjamin Horne, Sherilyn Fenn as Audrey Horne, Ray Wise as Leland Palmer and many more.
The cut 90s show will be returning with a new series in late 2016 or early 2017.
Mean Girls and Les Miserables actress Amanda Seyfried has reportedly joined the cast of Showtime’s upcoming 'Twin Peaks'' revival. The new series of the 90s cult classic will also see the return of Kyle MacLachlan as Special Agent Dale Cooper and will be written by Mark Frost and David Lynch.
Amanda Seyfried will reportedly be starring in the new 'Twin Peaks' series.
According to TVLine.com, Seyfried’s role in the series is being kept a mystery, but her character is said to be 'pivotal' and she is expected to appear in ‘multiple episodes’. The role will be her biggest small screen outing since 2011’s 'Big Love'.
Continue reading: Amanda Seyfried Reportedly Lands Role In 'Twin Peaks' Revival
David Lynch will direct all 18 episodes of Twin Peaks.
Great news everyone: David Lynch is back at the helm of Showtime's Twin Peaks revival after a dispute over the show's budget was seemingly resolved. The acclaimed filmmaker will direct all 18 episodes of the show after the network increased its order. Lynch tweeted the news to his devoted Twitter followers on Friday, saying, "Dear Twitter Friends, the rumors are not what they seem ..... It is !!! Happening again. #TwinPeaks returns on @SHO_Network."
David Lynch will return to the Twin Peaks revival after disputes over money were seemingly resolved
It was announced last October that Showtime had green-lit a 9-episode miniseries of Twin Peaks, with Lynch and Mark Frost penning all the scripts and directing every episode. Set in the present day, the show was set to premiere in early 2016 to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the classic mystery drama.
Continue reading: David Lynch To Direct All 18 Episodes Of 'Twin Peaks' Reboot
The discussions have been going on since last October.
David Lynch has taken Twin Peaks fans for a long ride with his involvement in the project. On Friday, after a month of disputing the budget with Lifetime, the director announced that yes, he will direct the revival.
It's happening, guys. It's really happening.
Continue reading: David Lynch Puts Fans' Doubts To Rest, Returns To Direct "Twin Peaks"
David Lynch has left the new Twin Peaks project.
David Lynch has pulled out of the planned Twin Peaks sequel claiming that network Showtime were not putting enough money into the project. Lynch, who created the original series with Mark Frost, had been on board to direct the series.
David Lynch says he will no longer direct the Twin Peaks sequel
"I left because not enough money was offered to do the script the way I felt it needed to be done," he tweeted Sunday. Lynch added that the project was still alive but that he would no longer be involved.
Continue reading: David Lynch Leaves 'Twin Peaks' Sequel Over Lack Of Funding
Will the show survive?
Twin Peaks might be getting a revival, but it'll be missing one crucial piece - David Lynch. The iconic director has just announced that he won't be helming the project, citing financial disagreements. Not over his own compensation - Lynch apparently disapproves of the budget.
David Lynch - and his truly spectacular hair - will be absent from the Twin Peaks set.
Writing on Twitter, Lynch said he had not been given enough money "to do the script in the way I felt it needed to be done".
Continue reading: David Lynch Abandons The "Twin Peaks" Ship Mid-Development
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