Twin Peaks returned to the airways in 2017 after a hiatus of over 25 years; The Return excited, challenged, frustrated, and inspired new and hardcore fans alike. When asked about the future of Twin Peaks moving forward, however, series mastermind David Lynch is typically cagey. The cinematic provocateur recently sat down with the folks at The Hollywood Reporter for an in-depth discussion/debriefing on the resurgence of Twin Peaks, and the possibility of further adventures for Coop (Kyle MacLachlan) and pals.
THR: What would be the impetus that would require you and Mark Frost to come back to this world? What would it take?
Lynch: I don’t know. It’s too early to say that right now.
THR: But it’s definitely not something that you rule out?
Lynch: I’ve learned never say never.
You should definitely read the interview in its entirety, HERE.
Twin Peaks: The Return will arrive on Blu-ray/DVD on December 5th; it will include the following special features:
BLU-RAY AND DVD:
- IMPRESSIONS: A Journey Behind the Scenes of Twin Peaks
- The Man with the Grey Elevated Hair (29:40)
- Tell it Martin (29:08)
- Two Blue Balls (24:14)
- The Number of Completion (29:17)
- Bad Binoculars (28:08)
- See You on the Other Side Dear Friend (30:00)
- Do Not Pick Up Hitchhikers (26:44)
- A Bloody Finger in Your Mouth (26:49)
- The Polish Accountant (28:05)
- A Pot of Boiling Oil (38:32)
- Part 1: Creation (4:40)
- Part 2: Life After Death (4:50)
- Part 3: Renaissance (4:50)
- Behind-the-scenes Photo Gallery
- Rancho Rosa Logos (2:25)
- San Diego Comic-Con 2017 Twin Peaks Panel (61:26)
- David Lynch Produced Promos
- Piano (1:02)
- Donut (:32)
- Woods (:32)
- People (:32)
- Places (:32)
- Albert (1:02)
- In – cinema (1:32)
- A Very Lovely Dream: One Week in Twin Peaks (27:09)
- Behind the Red Curtain (29:17)
- I Had Bad Milk in Dehradun (28:11)