Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Jerry Horne, Oct 3, 2014.
Yeah! The Clint Eastwood comparison was good.
Some rumblings that something may be going on.
No confirmations...but stay tuned...
The naming of Twin Peaks Productions, Inc. has people speculating it may be a spin-off story of some kind. Exciting news either way.
Unrecorded Night( w/t WISTERIA).Series/Netflix
Working title ... WISTERIA
I loved the original series, season 2 did drag a bit in the middle of the series then finished with some epic episodes. I did enjoy season 3 but it did drag out a bit. I enjoyed it nonetheless.
Update to Desperate Housewives
Guess Mr. Lynch has been wistfully busy these past few years.
A little more background info, posted a couple weeks ago on the Lynchland facebook page:
David Lynch Archivist - Lynchland
Lynch is making some sort of announcement tomorrow.
Wish he’d do a new TwinPeaks series. I’ve started watching the original series again( didn’t watch it real time on tv) and I’m finding new things to discover with my second viewing.
What was thee “announcement “?
Nothing has been announced yet.
Keep an eye on his twitter page:
The announcement was that he was planning to stop his weather reports/song of the day etc but that he has had a change of heart and will be carrying on.....
This may mean that he was thinking his new show would be starting to shoot soon but has now been delayed? Who knows.
Who knows “?
Couldn’t find any details .. via twitter etc.
It was on his daily YouTube weather report.
I don't think was going to shoot til May but could be entering pre-production. He's tight-lipped about projects.
Walter Olkewicz has passed away.
I still can't make any sense of the third season.
"What year is this?" What does that mean?
I’ve always thought that Lynch’s work is just a rorschach test. He comes up with strange ideas and leaves it up to the audience to attach meaning to them.
What do you think the character was feeling when he said it?
I think that Cooper realized that he had returned either before the events of Twin Peaks (like way before) or much much later. Heck, he could have stumbled into an alternate reality where none of this occurred. It’s Lynch you will never get a firm answer.
It means he is lost in time. Note the final image in the Red Room again.
"What year is it?" wakes you up from the dream.
Also bear in mind what happened to Phillip Jeffries... he could time travel as well, but apparently couldn't control where he'd emerge on a time line.
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