Au Revoir Simone is one of David Lynch’s favorite bands, and the trio scored a couple of appearances on Twin Peaks: The Return despite not having released any new music since 2013. Now, Annie Hart, singer, keyboardist, and bassist for the New York outfit, is debuting a solo album, Impossible Accomplice, out via Uninhabitable Mansions.
Do you know what happened at the conclusion of Twin Peaks: The Return? If you do, please tell us. But what we do know only adds to the mystery surrounding those final few moments: Mary Reber, the current, actual homeowner of the Palmer residence in Everett, Washington, portrayed the fictional ... More »
The strangest and most intense moment of David Lynch's recent Twin Peaks: The Return series was the one that featured Nine Inch Nails giving a convulsive performance of "She's Gone Away" smack in the middle of the episode. Trent Reznor says that he wrote the song, which appeared on the band's Not The Actual Events…
In one of the most spectacular episodes in recent television history, Twin Peaks: The Return, among other atomic bomb-related endeavors in “Part 8,” aired a Nine Inch Nails performance of “She’s Gone Away.” It was a long, unsettling song choice that segued the narrative from the present to the past, ... More »
With Twin Peaks: The Return officially wrapped up, talks have been circulating about another season. Here's what David Laynch has to say about a possible new season.
Any interviewer who’s ever had the pleasure of speaking with David Lynch — or, any fan of David Lynch in general — will tell you that he doesn’t answer questions about his work. Nada. Zilch. Want to know the plot? Too bad. What’s the meaning behind everything? Sucks for you. ... More »
Kyle MacLachlan, a noted national treasure with an outstanding social media presence, knocked all of our socks off with Twin Peaks: The Return this summer. (Emmys 2018, baby!) It was outstanding, he effortlessly portrayed four characters, blah blah blah, but he also had to engage in a somewhat weird moment ... More »
Harry Dean Stanton, who recently reprieved his role as the manager of the Fat Trout Trailer Park in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks: The Return, has died, TMZ reports. Stanton’s career spanned generations, and he starred in films like the 1984 sci-fi comedy Repo Man, the brat pack drama Pretty...
The legendary actor recently appeared in "Twin Peaks: The Return"
Twin Peaks fans went into The Return expecting it to be the end of the series. And then the brain-liquefying finale happened, leaving things so open-ended that it seems like actually, maybe David Lynch and Mark Frost have a lot more story to tell. Well, Lynch himself told Entertainment Weekly that... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Twin Peaks David Lynch
If there's a fourth season beyond Showtime's 'The Return,' it won't see the light of day until "four years from now," according to the famously secretive filmmaker. read more
The reviews were great, the media buzz often deafening, but the hard truth about Twin Peaks: The Return is this: Showtime’s limited-series revival of David Lynch’s 1990s masterpiece was a ratings disappointment. Despite decades of anticipation and a preexisting fan base for a show, which first aired when most Americans ... More »
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"Bowie did give us permission," Sabrina Sutherland says about the late musician's appearance via archival footage. read more
All images. Showtime Twin Peaks. The Return may have concluded its run, but that doesn't mean we've been able to get it out of our heads. The entire series was really one surprise after another, but there were some obvious standout moments, which included the introductions of new (and old) characters, sudden shocks, and weird reveals. More »
Unsurprisingly, there were way more questions than answers when Twin Peaks: The Return ended its epic 18-episode run last week. How were Agent Cooper and Richard connected? What year was this? Why did David Bowie’s Phillip Jeffries character take the form of a steampunk tea kettle, of all items? Well, ... More »
THR's two 'Twin Peaks' writers get together one last time to contemplate the future for the surreal series. read more
Twin Peaks: The Return certainly inspired a lot of questions, and one star told CinemaBlend why it wouldn't be fair to offer any answers.
You can’t go home again. The final scene of Twin Peaks: The Return offers the most literal interpretation possible of this old idiom, couched in a typically Lynchian abstraction, when Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) attempts to bring Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) back to her mother’s house—the quixotic righting of a… Read more...
When Julee Cruise appeared at the end of Twin Peaks: The Return Episode 17 on Sunday night, reprising "The World Spins" from the first season of Twin Peaks way back in 1990, it was reassuring to see the platinum blonde singer in front of those red curtains, her voice soft and ethereal, and her face…