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Amazon's Gold Box Deal of the Day is for David Lynch's Twin Peaks - The Definitive Gold Box Edition (The Complete Series) for $35.99 (60% off the regular price). Included in the set are both seasons of the series and extra features, including "A Slice of Lynch." Like all Gold Box Deals, it's only for today. Here's what the set comes with: All 29 Episodes plus the original pilot (both U.S. Network and International versions) on 10 discs Remastered picture from the original negative with 5.1 Sound, both personally approved by David Lynch Original broadcast 2.0 audio Deleted Scenes Exclusive feature length documentary: 'Secrets from Another Place' A Slice of Lynch (featuring David Lynch, Kyle MacLachlan, and Mädchen Amick) Return to Twin Peaks Interactive Map of Twin Peaks The complete Log Lady introductions Saturday Night Live: Kyle MacLachlan’s monologue and the Twin Peaks comedy sketch Julee Cruise music video: "Falling" On-air promos, »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
So, as the music builds to its inevitable crescendo, the camera slowly pans heavenwards and the credits duly roll on yet another year a legion of movie lovers loyally raise their glasses, stare wistfully into the middle distance and thus share fond, warm and altogether welcome memories of the last twelve months of movie making magic.
And with the curtains already beginning to close on us, the foyer slowly emptying and the hulking behemoth that is 2011 looming ominously on the aspect ratioed horizon what better opportunity is there to jump in our DeLoreans and take a nostalgic look back at the past ten years of cinematic splendour in order to pick out ten films that shone like precious jewels from the cavernous depths of 2001 to 2010.
Indeed, you needn’t look too far to stumble across a proliferation of end of the year “Best Of” lists literally bulging at the seams »
- Nick Turk
SNL's Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney/Wild Flag have been working together for a while. They do digital shorts under the name ThunderAnt, and appeared in a video for the St. Vincent song "Laughing With A Mouth Full Of Blood." Now, this January, the two bring their comedy stylings to the IFC show Portlandia. And it looks exciting. The sketch show has some fun with the people of Portland, Or, and anyone who has ever visited or lived in the city knows that the characters in the show aren't far off to what you actually find in the city. There are New Age-bookstore owners, Freegans, and a restaurant that has personal files on the chickens they serve. Brownstein and Armisen take on the many parts in the show, but Portlandia will also feature guests throughout the season, including Kyle MacLachlan, Jason Sudeikis, and [...] »
"We didn't test at all," Green tells Zap2it. "I had never met her until I had booked the show. I got really lucky. I have to assume, because [creator Marc Cherry] knows Marcia as well as he does that in meeting me, he had some sense of what would work best with her."
And Green says the two get on pretty fantastically. "We enjoy really being around each other," he says. "We laugh and we talk. It's a really great relationship to have on the set. It was a complete coincidence. It's absolute luck, because it doesn't happen all the time."
Green is definitely feeling pretty lucky these days. After a decade long stint on the original "Beverly Hills, 90210" and most recently two short »
Every day a multitude of stars wander through the halls of MTV News to talk about their latest projects and goof around with our intrepid correspondents. But sometimes we catch stars elsewhere, and that's why we put together Spotted!, a daily compendium of stars in the wild.
If you were to put together a totally off-the-wall cocktail party, who would you invite? If your guest list included the likes of legendarily odd film director David Lynch, acclaimed actor Ed Norton, veteran star Kyle MacLachlan, sexy actress Rose McGowan, "House" hottie Lisa Edelstein and VIP couple Katy Perry and Russell Brand, then you missed the fete of a lifetime. On Monday night (December 13), all those people gathered together at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City for the second annual David Lynch Foundation's Change Begins Within benefit. The director's organization seeks to provide help to young people via transcendental meditation, »
- MTV News
In last night's episode of How I Met Your Mother, we learned yet another new theory. The 'mermaid theory.'
Now, if you haven't seen this episode, you may be thinking to yourself, well, what the heck is the mermaid theory?!?
Barney Stinson told it like this....
Back in the old days, sailors were once so desperate for companionship that it got to the point where manatees in the water began to look like beautiful women, mermaids if you will. So the theory goes that "every woman no matter how initially repugnant has a mermaid clock [and this is] the time it takes for you to realize you want to bone her." Once their mermaid clock is on, they can only become a manatee again when pregnant and then re-mermify when breastfeeding.
In last night's episode this plot device is most obviously used in the relationship of Marshall and Robin. He says he »
Absence definitely made my heart grow fonder, but there was no Mermaid Clock ticking away on this episode. I was in love with it the moment I set sail.
Coming off a bye week, I had hoped for something special from the writers and Barney’s Mermaid Theory was an instant classic.
The Captain can be a little creepy, it’s true. Yes, he told Ted and the guys they were “looking smart” and he probably uses words like “slacks and trousers,” but I can’t help but like the guy.
He had to know going in that marrying a trophy wife like Zoey would put the scent of blood in the water and that the sharks would circle his boat eventually. I give him credit for letting her hang with Ted as much as he has. Zoey’s popularity has been debated by fans of the show, but I »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris O'Hara)
Has it really been 20 years since "Who killed Laura Palmer?" was the burning question that encompassed the landscape of pop culture and kept rabid "Twin Peaks" fans in a 'Whodunit?' guessing game throughout the show's first season?
As Kyle MacLachlan's Agent Dale Cooper might say, Wednesday night USA Network's "Psych" served up a damn fine tribute episode to the breakthrough ABC show, with both a cast reunion and a clever crime caper set in a "Twin Peaks"-esque town, in an episode aptly named "Dual Spires."
"I would say the diehard 'Twin Peaks' fans are in for about ...
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- email@example.com (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
Where were you when Laura Palmer was killed? It seems the creators of Psych, the USA comedy series about a fake psychic detective (James Roday) and his partner (Dulé Hill), were at home in front of the TV set, taking notes.
Tonight, 20 years to the day after Laura Palmer's murderer was revealed on episode 16 of Twin Peaks, David Lynch and Mark Frost's surreal television experiment, Psych is airing a tribute episode called "Dual Spires" that both spoofs and pays homage to what is one of the most innovative shows ever to hit prime time.
For those that were too high or too young to remember, Twin Peaks was a bizarre murder mystery that aired on ABC. It lasted from April 1990 to June 1991 and developed a rabid cult following that exists to this day (you know who you are). The narrative (if you can call it that) followed FBI Special Agent »
For all you Twin Peaks fans, and they’re are many of you, for the 20th anniversary of the show, American TV show Psych are filming a tribute episode, Dual Spires, with some of the 1990 series cast returning.
Psych is about a fake psychic that with the help of a friend, solves murders. Its very much like The Mentalist mixed with Monk. The ep is spearheaded by one of the leads of Psych, James Roday, a life long Twin Peaks fan and the writer behind the reunion.
It features the two leads being called out to a small town where they get wrapped up in the murder of a high school cheerleader. Of course, lots of referenced hijinx ensue. The episode will feature the return of Twin Peaks favourites; Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer), Dana Ashbrook (Bobby Briggs), Sherilyn Fenn (Audrey Horne), Ray Wise (Leland Palmer), Robyn Lively (Lana Budding Milford »
- Paul Koren
After a tough episode last week had me wondering if this show was in danger of becoming extinct, the gang from How I Met Your Mother roamed with dinosaurs, ducked the rope of mediocrity and snuck in a good episode last night.
The half hour had all the key elements: Lily and Marshall shared funny yet tender moments; Robin and Barney teamed up again; and a witty, yet not pompous, Ted Mosby stole the show.
Marshall fell in love with Lily when she dressed like a Goth and spelled ‘woman’ with a Y (womyn), but in this week’s episode Lily found herself searching for the man she had fallen for. She could not seem to accept that Corporate Marshall might never become a tree hugging environmental advocate.
She feared she had lost the “sandwich” loving, nonconformist she fell for back at Wesleyan. They made up in the end like they always do, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (C F O'Hara)
Spooks | Giles and Sue Live the Good Life | Twin Peaks | On the Streets and more
Season finale time and, as has been hinted at, it seems Lucas is prepared to turn against his own. He's also on the run, dead set on giving the top-secret Albany file to the Chinese and, in the words of Harry – even more frumpy faced than usual – "highly trained, fragile and desperate". The preview disc comes with a note requesting we don't give away the ending. Fair enough, but with rumours of Spooks's cancellation lately replaced by reports it's being recommissioned, let's just say it offers both closure (of a sort) and the prospect of a new beginning.
Giles and Sue Live the Good Life
- Rebecca Nicholson, Richard Vine, John Robinson, David Stubbs
With talk of rich TV mythology typically limited to sci-fi fare like "Lost" or "Fringe," "How I Met Your Mother" is frequently overlooked as one of the more rewarding and well-crafted serial mysteries on television.
And as much as fans have been given plenty of clues about the identity of the mother throughout the series' 6 seasons, the truth of the matter is that she could be anyone. So just because Zoey (Jennifer Morrison) is currently Ted's (Josh Radnor) on-screen nemesis, don't count her out of the running for the big reveal just yet.
Zap2it spoke with Morrison on the "Himym" set, filming her fourth appearance on the series, and though she clearly is just as in the dark as the rest of us about her character's future, she wouldn't mind filling the show's titular shoes. "I would love to be," she tells us, "but who knows?"
She certainly feels the chemistry is there. »
Back in 1983, actress Sean Young, hot off of her appearance in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, was tapped for a role in director David Lynch's big budgeted adaptation of sci-fi novelist Frank Herbert's Dune, and she showed up on set with her very own Super 8 camera. After all of these years, Young has finally released an edited version of the footage she took on the set on her YouTube channel, offering up a very unique and candid look behind the scenes of the movie from a time before the production of DVD "extras" and "set videos" were a standard part of the moviemaking process. The video includes footage of Lynch, Young, Kyle MacLachlan, Patrick Stewart, Max von Sydow, Sting and many more.
Link | Posted 10/30/2010 by BrentJS
- BrentJS Sprecher
Linda Evangelista has reportedly split from her boyfriend. The Canadian supermodel and Hard Rock Cafe founder Peter Morton are said to have called time on their four-year romance a couple of months ago after a series of rows about where they should live.
"Peter is very settled in Malibu and loves Los Angeles, while Linda liked to spend time in Canada and with her friends in New York," a source said. "Like all supermodels, she is high-maintenance and likes to be treated like a princess."
Sources claim the couple got engaged last year, although his family weren't too impressed with the news. One told the New York Post newspaper, "Some members of Peter's family were not too fond of her, and were dismayed when she appeared around last Thanksgiving with a large diamond ring on her finger. But the marriage never happened."
Linda, 45, and 64-year-old Peter started dating in 2006 when »
Welcome to your Friday morning television briefing. Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello is reporting that Desperate Housewives' Kyle MacLachlan has been cast in at least two episodes of CBS' How I Met Your Mother, where he will play the ex-husband of Jennifer Morrison's Zoey. His first appearance is slated to air in early November. (Entertainment Weekly's Ausiello Files) Looks like Comic-Con is staying put in San Diego. The organizers of the annual fan convention have reached an agreement with the city of San Diego's convention center to keep Sdcc stationed there "for the foreseeable future." That contract was set to expire in 2012 and other cities--including Los Angeles and Anaheim--were said to be keen to snag the pop culture event, which has become one of the year's largest. (Variety) TVGuide.com's Joyce Eng has an interview with Blue Bloods star Will Estes, in which he discusses the secret society twist revealed in the series pilot. »
Enjoy some snack-sized pieces of TV news. They're delicious and nutritious.
NBC has ordered a comedy pilot that has Jack Black as one of its executive producers. The untitled show, which Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa ("The King of Queens," "'Til Death") are writing, is based on A.J. Jacobs' book "The Guinea Pig Diaries: My Life As an Experiment." [The Live Feed]
Kyle MacLachlan, late of "Desperate Housewives," will guest on at least two episodes of "How I Met Your Mother" later this fall. He'll be playing the ex-husband of Jennifer Morrison's character, who maybe-possibly-you-never-know could turn out to be the mom in question. [EW]
Fox's sci-fi series "Terra Nova" has cast British actress Shelley Conn ("Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," "Mistresses") as its female lead. She'll play the wife of Jason O'Mara's character. [Deadline]
"The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "The Late Show with David Letterman" finished premiere week nearly even in the ratings. »
Chris Pine eyes a new drama - Entertainment Weekly Kyle MacLachlan to guest star on How I Met Your Mother - Ausiello Files Paris Hilton lands a new reality show on Oxygen - The Frisky Wow! Ben Affleck has three film offers for directing - Movieline Eminem is in talks for 360 - Cinematical Margaret Cho talks weight loss on Dancing With the Stars - FitSugar A look back at the work of David Fincher - Rotten Tomatoes Chloe Moretz on playing Hit Girl and a vampire - Moviefone Wes Anderson focuses on his next film - The Playlist »
Kyle MacLachlan is coming to a CBS comedy favorite of ours.
EW reports that MacLachlan is set to appear in at least two episodes of the CBS comedy as the ex-husband of the character played by House alum Jennifer Morrison.
She's playing the Ted-crushing architecture buff, Zoey, a character who may or may not turn out to be you-know-who, and it looks like we will meet her before him.
Jennifer Morrison debuts October 18, while MacLachlan is set to debut in November. What do you think? Is Morrison the mom? What's MacLachlan's role in all this? »
- email@example.com (L.J. Gibbs)
Kyle MacLachlan is the mother!!!
Sources confirm to me exclusively that MacLachlan is set to appear in at least two episodes of the CBS comedy as the ex-husband of Jennifer Morrison’s Ted-crushing architecture buff, Zoey—a character who may or may not turn out to be you-know-who.
Morrison’s first episode airs Oct. 18, while MacLachlan is set to debut in early November.
Thoughts? Theories? Random musings? Hit the comments! »
- Michael Ausiello
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