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The Witches of East End actress, who played Shelly Johnson in Lynch's Twin Peaks and its prequel movie Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, told Digital Spy that it would take a "special" studio to put the filmmaker's ideas on screen.
Twin Peaks: Tube Talk Gold
"He's an ever-changing artist, he just has a true voice," Amick said when asked if Lynch would return to TV or cinema.
"If studios and networks understand what he's doing and they want to take the 'risk' to get him on television, then they do."
She continued: "But he doesn't change his vision to fit into those boxes, so he ends up doing other stuff, like writing music, or painting or doing sketch art.
"Recently he's been really into internet films and episodes. I »
Witches of East End is inspired by Melissa de la Cruz’s best-selling novel that centers on the Beauchamp family, a multi-generational family of witches. Family matriarch Joanna Beauchamp (Julia Ormond) has two daughters, Ingrid (Rachel Boston) and Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum), who accidentally discover their secret past. So, when a series of dark and mysterious events, including the return of Joanna’s mischievous sister Wendy (Mädchen Amick) start to occur, their lives spiral into chaos and the family is forced to reconcile their true calling as witches. During this recent exclusive interview with Collider, actress Mädchen Amick talked about how she started out as a guest star, being made a series regular after shooting the pilot, how much fun it is to play the troublemaker, why she chose not to read the books that the show is based on, what it’s like to work with this great group of women, »
- Christina Radish
2 items from 2013
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