That Twin Peaks reboot that has you perfecting your cherry pie recipe might not be such a sure thing after all. Showtime and Twin Peaks co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost announced a third season of the cult series in October, but now Lynch says he's not fully on board.
Speaking in Australia, where Lynch has an art exhibit, the director said the Twin Peaks reboot isn't a sure thing yet, according to the Twin Peaks fan site Welcome to Twin Peaks. When asked if Twin Peaks was definitely happening, Lynch said, "I don't know. There are complications."
David Lynch reponds to the question what it feels like to return to Twin Peaks after 25 years: "I haven't returned yet. And we're still working on the contract. But I love the world of Twin Peaks and I love those characters. And I think it will be very special to go back into that world." Source: #TheMix #ABCNews #DavidLynch #TwinPeaks2016
Said "complications" are apparently contract negotiations. Lynch later went on the Australian show The Mix and said, "I haven't returned yet, and we're still working on the contract, but I love the world of Twin Peaks and I love those characters."
You can take this next bit of news with a grain of salt because it's Twitter hearsay, but according to a tweet from cinematographer Will McCrabb, Lynch is off the project as of Monday, which may be connected to his push for a higher percentage of the DVD sales.
Twin Peaks is supposed to premiere in 2016 on Showtime.
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