Kyle MacLachlan at a private screening of David Lynch's 1986 movie 'Blue Velvet' sponsored by Agent Provocateur and held at The Museum of Modern Art. - New York, United States - Tuesday 25th October 2016
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'.
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Those bright sparks at Pixar have done it again, taking a fiercely original approach to animated filmmaking that connects with both adults and children. Intriguingly, this movie will be a very different movie depending on your age, because it explores the point where childish happiness gives way to more complex emotions. The basic idea may not be completely original, but the way director-cowriter Pete Docter (Up) approaches it is inventive, provoking constant laughter and even a few tears.
It's set inside the mind of 11-year-old Riley (voiced by Kaitlyn Dias), where the control room is run by Joy (Amy Poehler), who struggles to keep the darker emotions in check. Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust (Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Louis Black and Mindy Kaling) aren't easy for Joy to manage. And when Riley's parents (Kyle MacLachlan and Diane Lane) move the family from Minnesota to San Francisco, Riley's difficulty fitting into her new environment causes serious turmoil in her mind. Joy and Sadness find themselves lost in the recesses of Riley's memory, and must team up with Riley's forgotten imaginary friend Bing Bong (Richard Kind) to get back to headquarters, where Fear, Anger and Disgust are making a mess of everything.
As expected, the animation is simply gorgeous, combining bright colours and all kinds of textures to create both the real world and the expansive universe inside Riley's head. These things will provide both laughs and thrills, while grown-ups will also engage with an extra psychological layer of meaning, as Joy and Sadness travel through abstract thought to get to the imagination and ultimately to dreams, which are like a full-on movie studio that uses memories to create sleep-time blockbusters. There's also a brief but freaky visit to the subconscious. Through all of this Joy and Sadness discover that they need each other to function, which adds a surprisingly moving kick to everything that happens along the way.
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MacLachlan is officially returning as Dale Cooper in the 'Twin Peaks' reboot.
Kyle MacLachlan has been confirmed to return as Special Agent Dale Cooper in the Twin Peaks reboot. The actor appeared at Monday's Showtime panel at the Television Critics Association press tour - "You look like you need a damn fine cup of coffee", he said, sauntering on-stage in character.
Kyle MacLachlan is returning for the Twin Peaks reboot
Showtime president David Nevins fleshed out the new series for the gathered journalists, "He'll be leading the show, and there'll be more cast coming on as we roll through."
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Both Kyle MacLachlan and David Lynch confirm 'Twin Peaks' series 3 - but what was this 90s show all about?
'Twin Peaks' may be returning for a third season with Kyle MacLachlan back as Dale Cooper, but after two and a half decades a new generation brings new potential viewers. So what do 'Twin Peaks' virgins need to know about this cult classic?
David Lynch is bringing back 'Twin Peaks'
David Lynch is well-known for his quirky, often bizarre filmmaking, but his early 90s TV series 'Twin Peaks' has by far the biggest cult following of all. Set in a sleepy, fictional town in Washington, 'Twin Peaks' was an intriguing mix of murder mystery, psychological thriller and supernatural horror. Now, almost 25 years since the dramatic conclusion of series 2 which saw main character Special Agent Dale Cooper being replaced by an evil doppelganger after apparently rescuing his lover Annie Blackburn, it has been announced that a third series is getting under way. It's been a while, but here's ten things you need to know:
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It looks like Detective Dale Cooper is returning for Twin Peaks season 3.
Kyle MacLachlan should reprise his role as Dale Cooper in Twin Peaks season 3
Recently competing in the Alfred Dunhill Links golf tournament, MacLachlan was asked by Sky Sports of his future projects, remaining coy and speaking only of his role in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. However, on Monday, David Lynch announced that his cult mystery show is to return on Showtime in 2016 and MacLachlan dropped a huge hint that he will be back on-board.
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Twin Peaks' own Dale Cooper is heading to 'Agents of SHIELD'.
Kyle MacLachlan, the actor best known for playing Special Agent Dale Cooper on David Lynch's classic series Twin Peaks (though maybe more recognisable to modern audiences as David for Desperate Housewives) is joining Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Kyle MacLachlan is heading to Agents of SHIELD [Getty/Mike McGregor]
TVLine is reporting that the actor will play Skye's father on season 2 of the show. The question of Skye's parentage was a major theme during the ABC show's fresman run and the finale closed with Centipede's Raina approaching a mysterious figure, presenting a photo of Skye and saying, "I found your daughter."
Continue reading: 'Twin Peaks' Star Kyle MacLachlan Joins Marvel's 'Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D'
David Lynch is to release some bonus footage from 'Twin Peaks'.
David Lynch is to release 90 minutes of deleted material for the special Blu-ray edition of the classic mystery drama Twin Peaks. The new disc, Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery - which also includes the spin-off feature film Fire Walk With Me - will be released on July 29.
David Lynch will release 90 minutes of unseen material from 'Twin Peaks'
Twin Peaks, created by Lynch and Mark Frost, was a surreal crime thriller set in a picturesque American town ripped apart by the murder of girl next door Laura Palmer, who was found dead, wrapped in plastic and left on a riverbank. It became an instant international hit, with a global marketing campaign asking the question on everybody's lips: "Who killed Laura Palmer?"
And yet here it is.
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But Lynch fans might find stuff to enjoy in Dune anyhow. After all, there's a floating bug monster that parlays with Jose Ferrer's space emperor in the early going, flanked by legions of somnambulant slaves in black raincoats that probably inspired the villains in Dark City. This is followed by Kenneth MacMillan's puss-faced Baron Harkonnen floating around on wires, plucking out the heart of an angel-faced boy-toy (who was planting Blue Velvet-style pastel flowers only moments earlier), and sharing some homo-erotic blubbering with his nephew Feyd (played by Sting, who can't act but lends the film his charismatic rock star presence). Even when the plot is difficult to follow -- some nonsense involving a trade war over different planets that all made sense in Frank Herbert's original novel -- there's enough giddy comic book theatrics to keep Dune interesting as it meanders along for nearly three hours.
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