Director David Lynch and actor Kyle MacLachlan hit the red carpet together at the Twin Peaks premiere held at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival on Thursday (May 25) at Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France. The guys were joined by David‘s wife Emily Stofle, who appears in the series, and Kyle‘s wife Desiree Gruber for [...]
Nancy Tartaglione contributed to this article. Fifteen years after serving as the Jury President here at the Cannes Film Festival, and 27 years after collecting the Palme d’Or for Wild at Heart, David Lynch returned to the Grand Theatre...Show More Summary
Twin Peaks: The Return premiered on Sunday night with two mind-bending hours that gave fans enough symbolism, mystery and ambient weirdness to puzzle over for years to come. And that's literally just the first two. David Lynch and Mark...Show More Summary
On the heels of the widely reported soft viewer turnout for Showtime’s “Twin Peaks” premiere Sunday on the linear channel, the pay-cable net is celebrating record activity on its streaming service — apparently prompted by “Twin Peaks.” “The show will...
When Showtime began announcing who would be starring in its Twin Peaks revival, which just kicked off this past Sunday, the list of actors spanned more than 200 names. There were tons of new faces, including Michael Cera, Ashley Judd,...Show More Summary
Forgo your Memorial Day plans and pencil these five events into your planner—we guarantee they’re better than any barbecue. Designed to inspire and entertain, explore parts of the acting industry of the past with a collection of wigs and theater memorabilia, play voyeur with “found footage,” and step inside the Red Room. Show More Summary
Warning: Spoilers ahead. I will say this about "Twin Peaks: The Return," now that its insanely uneven first four episodes have been dissected and recapped by many, and ignored or kneecapped by everyone else. The Showtime reboot of the 1990-91 ABC series may be the only thing in the popular culture...
When you look into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you. The article The Silent Stares of ‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Episode 4 of "Twin Peaks: The Return" took a comedic turn with a brief cameo from Michael Cera and more doppelgänger hijinks from Kyle MacLachlan. While you wait for episode 5 to air on Showtime on June 4, 2017, catch up on everything...Show More Summary
Deadly Premonition is so very, uniquely weird that it's hard to imagine it translating well to a board game. Like Twin Peaks, its atmosphere is too specific and too bizarre, surely, to be supported by a tabletop game (a Twin Peaks board...Show More Summary
Are you ready for back-to-back blog titles that make no fucking sense? Looks like Hollywood has been really influenced by the Twin Peaks reboot because things are getting weird as fuck. First, Hailey Baldwin is named hottest woman of...Show More Summary
We've only seen four of the 18 hours of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks. The Return, but we already have a lot of questions. A lot. Since half the fun of Twin Peaks is never fully understanding what's going on at any given moment,...Show More Summary
In honor of the resurfacing of “Twin Peaks” here’s a sketch from my The Mad Art of Caricature book of director and Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch.
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I spent the last month power-watching David Lynch's TWIN PEAKS in an effort to be as up to date as possible once the third season began airing on Showtime this past Sunday. And, boy, am I glad I did. The new series may be damn-near...Show More Summary
The most indelible image in the first episodes of Twin Peaks: The Return is a glass box that sits high above New York City, out of which nightmares are born. It is the job of Sam Colby (Ben Rosenfield) to, well, watch the box. He sits alone in a large ... More »
In “The Return, Part 3,” exasperated as Lucy and Andy get sidetracked by seemingly irrelevant evidence, Hawk blurts out, “It’s not about the bunny!” After a beat, he second-guesses himself, asking “… is it about the bunny? No! It’s not...Show More Summary
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Laura Dern shone the brightest among them.
(Retail | MD, USA) Retail | MD, USA Categories: Right Tags: Retail Retail | MD, USA(I am at the store with my mom and sister. A lady next to us is buying clothes and sees a picture of twins hanging up.) Lady: “Oh, what beautiful twins.”...Show More Summary