Don't cancel your order for all those Twin Peaks themed-party supplies just yet.

Despite creator David Lynch's recent comments that Showtime's reboot of Twin Peaks was "still up in the air," a source close to the project told Entertainment Weekly that's not the case.

"Nothing is going on that's any more than any preproduction process with David Lynch," the source told the website. "Everything is moving forward and everybody is crazy thrilled and excited."

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Showtime has already received all the scripts for the reboot, and Lynch had previously agreed to direct all nine episodes, which are slated to debut in 2016 to coincide with the show's 25th anniversary.

The "complications" that Lynch referenced were in regards to ongoing contract negotiations with the network. His involvement in the series is considered to be the lynchpin (ugh, sorry) of its success. Even with Kyle MacLachlan reprising his starring role as Agent Cooper, the series won't be the same if Lynch isn't involved.

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