The Film Society of Lincoln Center unofficially declared December 14 “Laura Dern Day,” marking the occasion with screenings of some of her wide-ranging roles — Smooth Talk (1985), Citizen Ruth (1996), and Wild at Heart (1990) — followed by a wildly entertaining conversation between Dern and Dennis Lim, director of ... More »
In 1991, Kyle MacLachlan won the Golden Globe for his role in David Lynch’s cult classic Twin Peaks. This year, history may repeat itself as MacLachlan is nominated for the same role that has become iconic since its inception. "I'm truly thrilled and humbled by the nomination this morning. Show More Summary
Bank of America Merrill Lynch's David Woo says he's more optimistic than the consensus view on the GOP's ability to pass tax cuts, and on their market impact. The "ultimate tax reform trade" is a bet on a steeper yield curve, specifically...Show More Summary
Fresh off of reprising her Twin Peaks role of Audrey Horne on Showtime's "25 years later" revival of the David Lynch series, Sherilyn Fenn has signed on to co-star in writer/director Martin Bannon Beaudet's indie thriller...Show More Summary
David Lynch‘s stunning Twin Peaks season 3, also known as Twin Peaks: The Return, comes to Blu-ray as a must-have box set loaded with fascinating and revealing looks behind the production. Just as they did so many years ago, David Lynch...Show More Summary
Lynch's chilling vision comes to life in an exclusive clip from the Blu-ray release of 'Twin Peaks: The Return.' read more
Expandable Necklace Director David Lynch is an avid meditator. His twice daily Transcendental Meditation (TM) practice spans over 40 years. In fact, he's such a fan of TM that he started a foundation in 2005 to "ensure that every child...Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails. Sharon Van Etten. Eddie Vedder. James Hurley, the man himself! Screw that terrifying finale scream — the real mystery of Twin Peaks: The Return was how the town’s tiny Roadhouse was able to wrangle some of the finest musicians our country has to offer for a one-song ... More »
David Lynch isn’t ruling out a return to the Pacific Northwest.
Director Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049 was a surprisingly faithful sequel to Ridley Scott’s original film, echoing its iconic style with new ideas and advancements that still felt honest to core of the original. For his upcoming adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune, though, Villeneuve’s has no interest in paying… Read more...
David Lynch's Dune, though unsuccessful in theaters, has gained a more positive reputation over the years for its spectacular visuals and memorable one-liners. But Denis Villeneuve, directing a new movie of Brian Herbert's SF classic,...Show More Summary
I remember seeing David Lynch's take on DUNE when I was way too young. I was used to flicks like STAR WARS and the goddamn EWOK ADVENTURE when my father sprang Lynch's film on me. Needless to say, I didn't get it and Baron...Show More Summary
It's been over three decades since David Lynch's Dune movie was released, but don't expect Denis Villeneuve's upcoming reboot to take any inspiration for the previous theatrical adaptation.
This ad is so bad, and so fundamentally weird, you half expect David Lynch to appear on one of the benches, holding an owl and a log.
Remake is often a bit of a misnomer with films. Sure, they may be adaptations of a book that may have been adapted more than once before, but the word “remake” implies that the filmmakers are pulling from previous interpretations, which isn’t always the case. This is true of the upcoming Dune remake, which comes […]
Rich in interviews and ephemera from the making of Lynch's classic, Blue Velvet Revisited is ultimately disappointing as a standalone artistic achievement. The post Revisiting David Lynch’s Classic Blue Velvet with Behind-the-Scenes Footage appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Also his thoughts on Thor: Ragnarok and auditioning for David Lynch's 1984 sci-fi film Dune! The post CS Interview: Kenneth Branagh on Orient Express, Thor & More! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
This Sunday on KCRW, Henry is back with music from Wire, Einstürzende Neubauten, Iggy Pop, David Lynch and more.
John Malkovich has played an extremely wide range of characters over the years, from the meek and mentally disturbed to the violent and full-blown psychotic, but his most important role was when he played himself in Being John Malkovich. Show More Summary
(Welcome to Not Dead Yet, a feature dedicated to what’s new on Blu-ray and what special features you should be excited about. Because yes, some of us still like to own physical copies of our movies.) Happy Halloween! Open your goodie bags and/or plastic pumpkin buckets and I’ll drop some fine physical media in there. Show More Summary