TWIN PEAKS Season 3 To Begin Production Next Month
by Joey Pedras (@joeypedras)
According to David Nevins, president of Showtime, the show is set to start production next month. David Lynch plans to shoot the reboot as “one long movie”. From there, logically cut episodes will be molded to make it a series. So the amount of episodes we’ll be getting won’t be determined until the entire series is filmed, and decisions are made on where to cut it. This is an efficient, and interesting way to shoot the series. Fairly reminiscent of the original run. Episodes that, more or less, pick up exactly where the last left off with very little time in between. Fun for those of us that enjoy consuming our television in large portions.
The show is still set to premiere in 2017, but Nevins has made it clear that he would be up for premiering the show as soon as it’s done. David Lynch will be directing it all in its entirety. Kyle MacLachlan is currently the only known person signed on for the show, but Nevins assures fans that, “the people that you want will be there in addition to some surprises.” Which, of course, means new faces. There’s very little known about what the plot of the reboot will actually be. We’ll get a prequel to the reboot in a book written by Twin Peaks co-creator, Mark Frost.
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(Source: Consequence of Sound)
Twin Peaks News
by Anthony Wetmore (@TheMisterPipes, GhostConch)
That gum you like will come back in style, but not quite when you think. Earlier today it was announced that David Lynch will film the upcomming 3rd season of Twin Peaks for Showtime on 35mm film and will push the release date into sometime in 2017. Mark Frost was quoted in an A.V. Club as saying “…
The challenge for us is to try and come back and raise the bar above what we did the last time. We’re coming back…after a 25-year absence. We’ve finished the scripts, we start production in September, and that will be coming out on Showtime sometime in 2017.”
What are your thoughts? Can you wait another calendar year for the return of Special Agent Dale Cooper, deep black coffee and cherry pie at the Double R?
I have high hopes but even temper for the coming season, whenever we get it, it will make quite an impact.
You can check the article from A.V. Club here: http://avc.lu/1Hbtuhs
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