All posts tagged: Lynch

David Lynch is Returning to ‘Twin Peaks’ & I’m Nerding Out

As a somewhat recent Twin Peaks fan, I feel as though I shouldn’t be as attached to the story and characters as I am, but alas, I cannot control my feelings. The show hooked me and I love it. I had a feeling that Lynch would return after Showtime saw the uproar caused by his decision to leave. The fans have spoken, and presumably Showtime is offering up a bigger budget for the show. Dear Twitter Friends, the rumors are not what they seem ….. It is !!!Happening again. #TwinPeaks returns on @SHO_Network — David Lynch (@DAVID_LYNCH) May 16, 2015 But whatever it was that caused Lynch to return, I’m thrilled. In many ways, I feel like a “Twin Peaks” reboot wouldn’t be right without weird twists and turns in the process of getting it made. David Lynch’s work is so much about the experience of feeling a specific mood and tone, and without him at the helm of the show, it just wouldn’t be the same. YAY 2016. I can’t wait to see where the wonderful and strange story will lead us to …

David Lynch is Leaving the ‘Twin Peaks’ Reboot

When I heard yesterday’s news that David Lynch is leaving the Twin Peaks reboot, I was devastated. That may sound extreme, but I was seriously looking forward to seeing where he would take the story in this new season. As you may recall from my previous post, ‘Twin Peaks’ is Returning, I watched Twin Peaks for the first time this past year and fell absolutely in love with the story and characters. The ending to the second season was so very incomplete (due to ABC pulling the plug after the second season finale, removing the chance of having a proper series finale) and like many other fans, I wanted to know what happened to everyone within the story world! Fire Walk with Me just wasn’t enough to satisfy my appetite for more. How is it that TV can feel this important to one’s personal life? Lynch shared on Twitter that the reason he left the project was because not enough money was offered to do the script the way he wanted it to be done, and I don’t blame him. …