bilki
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February 2nd, 2016, 4:26 am #41

A little off-topic but have we ever discussed Lynch's album, Crazy Clown Time? A few of the songs are pretty bad but some of it's really fun to listen to if you like something a little different.
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February 2nd, 2016, 4:32 am #42

I don't think we have, but I do love it. Also, the album he produced for the singer Chrysta Bell is really good.

It's funny - I had the video for the title track of Crazy Clown Time in my head, like, PERFECTLY visualized in my head - and then he made one http://youtu.be/caWXt9lCVrc and my 'dream' of it was really close...
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February 2nd, 2016, 5:24 am #43

I don't think I've seen that video before. It was just a still image when I'd listened to it in the past. That video was so Lynch-ian that I sat with a smile on my face through the entire thing.

Maybe you have a psychic connection with Lynch!
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February 2nd, 2016, 6:44 am #44

I feel a connection to him and his work, for sure. I love contrast. Like how Vince Gilligan is this soft-spoken super-polite would-never-hurt-a-fly gentleman, and he gave us some pretty sick shit in Breaking Bad. Lynch is also very sweet and kind and always talking about transcendental meditation and can make The Straight Story, a G-rated film for Disney about an old guy going across the country on a riding lawn mower to say goodbye to his brother, but also, you know, the rest.
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February 10th, 2016, 4:57 pm #45

Compilation of old news, new news, and rumors - http://deadline.com/2016/02/twin-peaks- ... 201699316/
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February 25th, 2016, 8:54 pm #46

Interesting bit on dugpa on that first Showtime teaser..

>> Regarding teasers and marketing, I know a person involved with making that teaser. He went to location (which he does for many shows) to get press material, ie interviews with cast and crew. He said he couldn't get any time with anybody and was kept in the dark for his entire time in Washington. Finally he saw Michael Horse sitting down and asked if he could ask him some questions and Horse was generous enough to answer. That was pretty much all he was able to get. They cut that teaser together and it had to go through Lynch. Lynch loved it and wanted it put up. Someone else suggested revisions to it, which they did. When Lynch saw the updated cut, he demanded it go back to the way he approved it. Needless to say, it did and that's the version we have now.

I say this to highlight the fact that a) Lynch has total control over marketing, or at the very least final say. And b) that was pretty much all my friend could scrape together from his time on set. He wasn't even tasked with making a teaser - it's just that when Lynch saw it, he liked it so much that he wanted it released as a teaser.
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April 15th, 2016, 6:20 pm #47

http://www.avclub.com/article/twin-peak ... imi-235368

Curious. I'd seen the 18-if-that's-really-what-it-is-might-be-split-into-a-couple-runs before enough times to kinda assume it to be true, but this is the first hint I've seen that the revival might be open-ended, not a finite thing...

140 days of shooting complete.

Frost's book is out on 10/18.
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April 25th, 2016, 5:28 pm #48

http://deadline.com/2016/04/twin-peaks- ... 201743122/

Ooh. This is exciting.

Very happy to see the Log Lady (the late Catherine Coulson) on the list, but was also kinda hoping for David Bowie. Oh, well...
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April 25th, 2016, 6:27 pm #49

I'm kinda surprised Lynch let this out, as spoiler-adverse as he is. But I'm giddy to have it, anyway...

Returning cast (I only had to look up four of them... Coffey, Martin Logan, Rosand, and Russell were beyond my brain's trivia capacity...)
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Madchen Amick -- Shelly Johnson
Dana Ashbrook -- Bobby Briggs
Phoebe Augustine -- Ronette Pulaski
Richard Beymer -- Benjamin Horne
Scott Coffey -- ? (the TP wikia doesn't know. Hm. He's worked with Lynch several times, but I can't find a TP or FWWM credit for him anywhere...)
Catherine E. Coulson -- Margaret Lanterman, the Log Lady
Julee Cruise -- Singer at the Roadhouse
Jan D'Arcy -- Sylvia Horne
David Duchovny -- Dennis 'Denise' Bryson
Sherilyn Fenn -- Audrey Horne
Miguel Ferrer -- Albert Rosenfield
Warren Frost -- Doc Hayward
Harry Goaz -- Andy Brennan
Andrea Hays -- Heidi (Double R waitress)
Gary Hershberger -- Mike Nelson
Michael Horse -- Tommy 'Hawk' Hill
David Patrick Kelly -- Jerry Horne
Sheryl Lee -- Laura Palmer / Madeline Ferguson
Peggy Lipton -- Norma Jennings
David Lynch -- Gordon Cole
Bellina Martin Logan -- Desk Clerk at Great Northern
Kyle Maclachlan -- Dale Cooper
James Marshall -- James Hurley
Everett McGill -- Big Ed Hurley
Walter Olkewicz -- Jacques Renault
Kimmy Robertson -- Lucy Moran
Wendy Robie -- Nadine Hurley
Marvin Rosand -- Cook (FWWM)
Carlton Lee Russell -- Jumping Man (FWWM)
Harry Dean Stanton -- Carl Rodd (FWWM)
Charlotte Stewart -- Betty Briggs
Al Strobel -- Mike, the one-armed man / Philip Gerard
Carel Struycken -- The Giant
Russ Tamblyn -- Dr. Lawrence Jacoby
Ray Wise -- Leland Palmer
Alicia Witt -- Gersten Hayward
Grace Zabriskie -- Sarah Palmer

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April 25th, 2016, 6:46 pm #50

Non-returning Main Cast from the series
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Michael Ontkean -- Harry Truman
Lara Flynn Boyle -- Donna Hayward (played by Moira Kelly in FWWM)
Joan Chen -- Josie Packard
Piper Laurie -- Catherine Martell
Jack Nance (Pete Martell) died in 1996.

Non-returning notable cast (not counting deceased actors)
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Heather Graham -- Annie Blackburn
Eric Da Re -- Leo Johnson
Michael J. Anderson -- The Man From Another Place
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