The assembled told tales of David Lynch and, in one case, were asked to do impressions of Shaggy from 'Scooby-Doo'
Actors old and new came together to talk about the return of the cult series on Showtime.
As promised, Twin Peaks turned Comic-Con’s Hall H into the Black Lodge this afternoon with a panel moderated by The Leftovers’ Damon Lindelof, who opened by saying, “I owe my entire career to this show.” As described by Deadline, the...Show More Summary
During Friday’s Twin Peaks panel at Comic-Con, the actors were, unsurprisingly, a little constrained regarding what they could talk about from David Lynch and Mark Frost’s remarkable, inscrutable show: they weren’t supposed to speculate on the meaning of what had come so far, nor what might be looming down the ... More »
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David Lynch was not scheduled to be a part of Twin Peaks Comic Con panel today, but the Oscar-nominated director showed up anyways via a bizarre video clip that only he could have made. Introduced by moderator and Leftovers boss Damon Lindelof, the video feature Lynch addressing the crowd in Hall H with O.J. Show More Summary
Imagine Buster Keaton crossed with David Lynch, with a bit of Billy Wilder satire tossed into the mix, and you'll have a rough idea of the wild and crazy tightrope 1963's absurdist "Il Boom" manages to walk. A comic yet corrosive dissection of how soulless a consumption-obsessed society can become,...
The audience-testing art-film “Kuso” is the the first feature from avant-garde hip-hop musician Steve Ellison, a.k.a. Flying Lotus — a man who clearly grew up watching the midnight movies of yore. There are echoes of David Lynch, Alejandro Jodorowsky, David Cronenberg, and even Frank Zappa’s “200...
Bleiberg Entertainment shared a flashy new poster for Alex Nahon’s Burning Shadow, a new film described as in the vein of films by David Lynch and David Cronenberg. After discovering a homeless man who is his exact look-alike, a former soldier is drawn into the dangerous LA underworld. Now in pre-production, Burning Shadow stars Matthew […]
The world of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks suggests that there are vast mysteries hiding just behind the mundane. Characters harbor unspeakable secrets; entire universes exist beneath and within our own, suggesting forlorn cosmic forces engaged in eternal combat. Show More Summary
With all things Twin Peaks coming back in style, the Criterion Collection announced yesterday that it will be giving David Lynch’s feature-length series prequel Fire Walk With Me a deluxe reissue this coming October. Rather anti-climactically,...Show More Summary
Low market volatility spurred a “torrent” of capital flows into emerging-market debt, reflecting investor complacency and “excessive risk taking,” Bank of America Merrill Lynch strategists led by David Hauner in London wrote in a report last week. Show More Summary
(Each week, we’re going to kick off discussion about Twin Peaks: The Return by answering one question: what was the best scene of the episode?) With the return of Game of Thrones last night, David Lynch and Mark Frost need be at theShow More Summary
There are certain musicians that David Lynch has been loyal to throughout his career — Angelo Badalamenti, Chrysta Bell, and even Nine Inch Nails. All of those artists have unsurprisingly been featured in some capacity and left their sonic (and acting!) marks in Showtime’s Twin Peaks: The Return, and in ... More »
by Daniel Cecil David Lynch: Diving deep one Twin Peaks episode at a time. Tristan Fewings / Getty In his book Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity, visual artist, coffee maker and quinoa lover David Lynch reveals the secret to his creativity is the ability to “dive deep.” ''Ideas are like fish,” he writes. Show More Summary
Of all the characters who returned to Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival, perhaps none have been met with a more surprising hero’s welcome than Bobby Briggs. In the 25 years since we last saw him, the former floppy-haired teen punk with a knack for mischief has climbed the ranks to become ... More »
Back when he was releasing music, it drove me nuts that David Lynch wasn't directing his own music videos. If you're one of the great directors of all time, and you don't do your own music videos, then why even have music videos? (The same thing annoys me deeply about John Carpenter's videos.) But now…
In this video, creators like David Lynch, Susan Orlean, Tracy Clayton, and Chuck Close share their thoughts on the creative process and where new ideas come from. For some, inspiration strikes. For others, new ideas come from copying someone else’s old ideas imperfectly. Show More Summary
AT&T is losing across all services, from video to voice to data, says Merrill Lynch's David Barden, and has the added headache of a big $40 billion credit issuance that will weigh on its stock as it tries to buy Time Warner.