Here’s my review and analysis of Twin Peaks: The Return part 7! We learned a little more about Diane played by the incomparable Laura Dern, and her sordid, dark history with Evil Cooper. Hawk talks about the missing pages from Laura Palmer’s diary. We learn a couple things about the decapitated corpse of (possibly) General Garland Briggs. Then we have the unnerving blackmail scene between Evil Cooper and the Warden. So much to discuss…always so much.
Coming to San Diego Comic-Con in 2017, Black Lodge Dale Cooper and Laura Palmer! This box set will go on sale at at Funko’s SDCC booth this year, but according to WelcomeToTwinPeaks.com, it’s likely the box set will be sold in stores as well after comic con. Hot Topic is an official retailer of Twin Peaks merchandise so it’s likely you’ll be able to find them there first.
Entertainment Weekly has released a never before seen set of photos from the very secretive set of Twin Peaks. This is our first look at many of the refunding favorites such as Hawk, Andy and Lucy, Shelly and Norma, Gordon Cole and Albert Rosenfield, Denise Bryson, and James Hurley. Let the speculation begin! Entertainment Weekly also released three new, exclusive covers featuring even more familiar faces.
The new season of Twin Peaks is set to premiere on Showtime May 21st 2017.
Original Twin Peaks Score To Be Re-Released On Vinyl
As of now you’ll be able to pre-order a copy of the newly remastered re-release of the iconic Angelo Badalamenti score. It’s been 25 years since the last time the Twin Peaks soundtrack has been heard on vinyl. Now it’s time to usher in a new era of Twin Peaks with a new release and remaster.
Here’s what Badalamenti had to say on the release:
“I’m glad that after 25 years, Death Waltz Recording Company has
re-released the original soundtrack for Twin Peaks for a new audience to
enjoy. This is my defining work as a composer and I’m happy it will get
a fresh listen”
– Angelo Badalamenti 2016
You can pre-order it now here, but according to mondtotees.com, you most likely won’t receive it until late October.
Today David Lynch revealed the cast list of the new season of cult-classic, Twin Peaks. The list includes about 217 names including many you may recognize like Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails), Sky Ferreira, Eddie Veder (Pearl Jam), Naomi Watts and more.
Here’s the complete cast list:
Jay Aaseng Alon Aboutboul Jane Adams Joe Adler Kate Alden Stephanie Allynne Mädchen Amick* Eric Ray Anderson Finn Andrews Elizabeth Anwies Dana Ashbrook* Joe Auger Phoebe Augustine* Melissa Bailey Tammie Baird Matt Battaglia Chrysta Bell Monica Bellucci Jim Belushi Leslie Berger Richard Beymer* John Billingsley Michael Bisping Ronnie Gene Blevins Kelsey Bohlen Sean Bolger Rachael Bower Brent Briscoe Robert Broski Wes Brown Richard Bucher Page Burkum Scott Cameron Juan Carlos Cantu Gia Carides Vincent Castellanos Michael Cera Richard Chamberlain Bailey Chase Johnny Chavez Candy Clark Larry Clarke Scott Coffey* Frank Collison Lisa Coronado Catherine E. Coulson* Grace Victoria Cox Jonny Coyne James Croak Julee Cruise* Heather D’Angelo Jan D’Arcy* David Dastmalchian Jeremy Davies Owain Rhys Davies Ana de la Reguera Rebekah Del Rio Laura Dern Neil Dickson Hugh Dillon Cullen Douglas Edward “Ted” Dowlin Judith Drake David Duchovny* Christopher Durbin Francesca Eastwood Eric Edelstein John Ennis Josh Fadem Tikaeni Faircrest Eamon Farren Sherilyn Fenn* Jay R. Ferguson Sky Ferreira Miguel Ferrer* Rebecca Field Robin Finck Brian Finney Patrick Fischler Erika Forster Robert Forster Meg Foster Travis Frost Warren Frost* Pierce Gagnon Allen Galli Hailey Gates Brett Gelman Ivy George Balthazar Getty James Giordano Harry Goaz* Grant Goodeve George Griffith Tad Griffith James Grixoni Cornelia Guest Travis Hammer Hank Harris Annie Hart Andrea Hays* Stephen Heath Heath Hensley Gary Hershberger* Michael Horse* Ernie Hudson Jay Jee Jesse Johnson Caleb Landry Jones Ashley Judd Luke Judy Stephen Kearin David Patrick Kelly* Laura Kenny Dep Kirkland Robert Knepper David Koechner Virginia Kull Nicole LaLiberte Jay Larson Sheryl Lee* Jennifer Jason Leigh Jane Levy Matthew Lillard Jeremy Lindholm Peggy Lipton* Bellina Martin Logan* Sarah Jean Long David Lynch* Riley Lynch Shane Lynch Kyle MacLachlan* Mark Mahoney Karl Makinen Malone Xolo Maridueña Berenice Marlohe Rob Mars James Marshall* Elisabeth Maurus Josh McDermitt Everett McGill* Zoe McLane Derek Mears Clark Middleton Greg Mills James Morrison Christopher Murray Don Murray Joy Nash Priya Diane Niehaus Bill O’Dell Casey O’Neill Johnny Ochsner Walter Olkewicz* Charity Parenzini Elias Nelson Parenzini John Paulsen Sara Paxton Max Perlich Linas Phillips Tracy Phillips John Pirruccello Linda Porter Jelani Quinn Ruth Radelet Mary Reber Adele René Mariqueen Reznor Trent Reznor Carolyn P. Riggs Kimmy Robertson* Wendy Robie* Erik L. Rondell Marv Rosand* Ben Rosenfield Tim Roth Rod Rowland Carlton Lee Russell* Elena Satine John Savage Amanda Seyfried Amy Shiels Sawyer Shipman Tom Sizemore Sara Sohn Malachy Sreenan Harry Dean Stanton* J.R. Starr Bob Stephenson Charlotte Stewart* Emily Stofle Al Strobel* Carel Struycken* Ethan Suplee Sabrina S. Sutherland Jessica Szohr Russ Tamblyn* Bill Tangradi Cynthia Lauren Tewes Jodee Thelen Jack Torrey Sharon Van Etten Eddie Vedder Greg Vrotsos Jake Wardle Naomi Watts Nafessa Williams Ray Wise* Alicia Witt* Karolina Wydra Charlyne Yi Nae Yuuki Grace Zabriskie* Christophe Zajac-Denek Madeline Zima Blake Zingale
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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