@David_Lynch on 20 Years of Twin Peaks – Updated

@David_Lynch on 20 Years of Twin Peaks – Updated

Looks like Universal Playback is doing a lot of promotion on the Twin Peaks Season 2 and Gold Box that recently debuted in the UK. Check out this new interview with Lynch over at the Times Online UK. Sadly all of these recent interviews mention nothing of any new Twin Peaks products or projects. Come on David, haven’t we waited long enough for Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me Deleted Scenes and even more Music from Twin Peaks!

In addition, the Guardian also did a great piece on 20 Years of Twin Peaks which features recent quotes from many of the cast members.

Two amazing quotes, the first from Lara Flynn Boyle:

Me and the cast just went along for the ride. David created such an atmosphere of fantastic strangeness. I remember, in the pilot, I did a very long scene that we had to shoot 30 or 40 times. David came up to me and said quietly, in my ear: “Think of how gently a deer has to move in the snow…” It was strange direction. But that’s what I thought of, and it worked. We were at the helm of a piece of heaven on Twin Peaks and we just went where David Lynch told us. That might sound very obscure but it really is true. How he sees the world is how we should all see the world.

The next from Kyle Maclachlan:

After the series finished I was reluctant to return for the Twin Peaks film. I was pretty naive about it. At the time I felt like I was trapped in this stale role, but looking back, Dale Cooper was one of the best things that happened to me. I went on to make some film choices that were rather strange – made with the best intentions, but not necessarily coming out the way I wanted them to. I certainly can’t pretend that I didn’t do Showgirls… But I’ve been around for a while now, I’m of a certain age and I’m still doing what I love to do. There’s some good work in there and there’s some work that’s questionable.

Thanks to Eric Olsson and Gerard Shannon for the news!

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