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Brenda Strong joins Supergirl season 2 for recurring role

25 September 2016 4:25 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Supergirl has added a new cast member for season two, with EW reporting that Brenda Strong (Twin Peaks, Desperate Housewives) has joined the DC superhero show in a recurring role, and will make her debut in the season two premiere.

“The season 2 premiere is definitely a fun mix of comedy and action, along with a pretty surprising exchange between Kara and James,” states the site. “I can’t say more, but I can tell you that Brenda Strong joins the Supergirl cast in a recurring role — and she makes quite the first impression in the season 2 premiere.”

See Also: Official synopsis for the Supergirl season 2 premiere – ‘The Adventures of Supergirl

Strong is one of a number of additions to the cast of Supergirl for its second season, with other newcomers including Tyler Hoechlin as Superman, Lynda Carter as the President of the United States, Chris Wood as Mon-El, Sharon Leal as Miss Martian, »

- Gary Collinson

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Should We Really Look Forward To More Star Wars Films?

25 September 2016 4:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

This week Neil Calloway cautions against too many films in the franchise…

The news that Kathleen Kennedy plans a whole universe of Star Wars movies should be greeted with trepidation.

I love Star Wars, but I can’t help but feel more movies will chip away at the mythology of the films.. The prequels already gave us Midi-chlorians and a rather disappointing explanation or what the cool sounding Clone Wars actually were. I’m looking forward to Rogue One, and I hope it lives up to expectations, but some things are better left to our imagination.

At heart, Star Wars – the original trilogy at least, is a Western, a fight between good and evil on the margins of a lawless world, the hero rides in, saves the day and disappears, that in a way, is what happens in A New Hope, with Han Solo standing in for the archetypal hero. »

- Neil Calloway

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Twin Peaks: The Original Series, Fire Walk with Me & The Missing Pieces

24 September 2016 7:17 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

David Lynch and Mark Frost's 1990 TV series looks better than ever, while the 1992 feature prequel digs deeper in Laura Palmer's unpleasant final days without as many rewards. CBS's 9-disc retrospective is a setup for the highly awaited series continuation -- delayed by 25 years. Twin Peaks: The Original Series, Fire Walk with Me & The Missing Pieces Blu-ray CBS / Paramount 1990 & 1992 / Color / 1:37 flat full frame & 1:78 widescreen / 25 hours + 134 min. / Street Date September 20, 2016 / 72,99 Starring (series) Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean, Lara Flynn Boyle, Sherilyn Fenn, Ray Wise, Sheryl Lee, Mädchen Amick, Dana Ashbrook, Richard Beymer, Warren Frost, Peggy Lipton, James Marshall, Everett McGill, Jack Nance, Joan Chen, Piper Laurie, Kimmy Robertson, Eric Da Re, Harry Goaz, Michael Horse,Russ Tamblyn, Kenneth Welsh, Wendy Robie, Miguel Ferrer, David Lynch, Heather Graham, Dan O'Herlihy, Billy Zane, James Booth, Michael Parks, Lenny von Dohlen, Hank Worden, David Duchovny, Walter Olkewicz, Jane Greer, David L. Lander, »

- Glenn Erickson

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David Lynch Believes Cable Television is the New Arthouse

23 September 2016 7:00 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Showtime has lured filmmaker David Lynch back to television with a revival of Twin Peaks. The auteur director responsible for Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, and Mulholland Drive now seems to believe that movies are no longer the primary place to find interesting visual stories. He says, “Cable television is the new arthouse.” The quote comes from […]

The post David Lynch Believes Cable Television is the New Arthouse appeared first on /Film. »

- Peter Sciretta

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David Lynch on ‘Twin Peaks’ Return: ‘Cable Television Is the New Art-House’

22 September 2016 1:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

David Lynch hasn’t made a movie since 2006’s “Inland Empire,” and his decade-long hiatus from the silver screen shows no sign of ending anytime soon. He is reviving “Twin Peaks” for a third season next year, however, and a new interview with Time Out suggests that he’s more into that format: “cable television is the new art-house,” Lynch says.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival: David Lynch Is ‘Deep in Editing’ for Early Half of 2017 Release

“The feature film and the form of the feature film is not so pleasing to people these days,” he argues. “A continuing story seems to be what is interesting for people nowadays.” The interview was occasioned in part by the “Mulholland Drive,” “Blue Velvet” and “Eraserhead” director receiving the Namaste Award from Yoga Gives Back; Lynch is a longtime practitioner and proponent of Transcendental Meditation (Tm). That doesn’t mean he wasn’t asked about “Twin Peaks, »

- Michael Nordine

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David Lynch on ‘Twin Peaks’ Return: ‘Cable Television Is the New Art-House’

22 September 2016 1:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

David Lynch hasn’t made a movie since 2006’s “Inland Empire,” and his decade-long hiatus from the silver screen shows no sign of ending anytime soon. He is reviving “Twin Peaks” for a third season next year, however, and a new interview with Time Out suggests that he’s more into that format: “cable television is the new art-house,” Lynch says.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival: David Lynch Is ‘Deep in Editing’ for Early Half of 2017 Release

“The feature film and the form of the feature film is not so pleasing to people these days,” he argues. “A continuing story seems to be what is interesting for people nowadays.” The interview was occasioned in part by the “Mulholland Drive,” “Blue Velvet” and “Eraserhead” director receiving the Namaste Award from Yoga Gives Back; Lynch is a longtime practitioner and proponent of Transcendental Meditation (Tm). That doesn’t mean he wasn’t asked about “Twin Peaks, »

- Michael Nordine

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David Lynch Says “Cable Television Is The New Arthouse”

22 September 2016 9:49 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

“I’m not allowed to talk about ‘Twin Peaks,’ ” David Lynch made clear to Time Out, so sorry, you won’t find any juicy bits in the magazine’s interview with the director about the highly anticipated return of his cult series next year. Instead, most of the talk is about transcendental meditation, but the filmmaker did take time to join the chorus of those shouting out television as the medium where today’s best storytelling and creativity can thrive.

Continue reading David Lynch Says “Cable Television Is The New Arthouse” at The Playlist. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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The Search for Family in ‘There Will Be Blood,’ Harmony Korine’s New Ad, Music of ‘Twin Peaks’ & More

21 September 2016 1:29 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Dailies is a round-up of essential film writing, news bits, videos, and other highlights from across the Internet. If you’d like to submit a piece for consideration, get in touch with us in the comments below or on Twitter at @TheFilmStage.

Edward Yang’s little-seen The Terrorizers will get its first theatrical run at BAMcinematek from October 21 through 27.

Watch a video essay on the search for family in There Will Be Blood:

Little White LiesNick Chen on how Brian De Palma influenced the films of Noah Baumbach:

If Hitchcock is a language, then De Palma has been fluent in it for decades: Obsession is Vertigo, Body Double is Rear Window, and so on. “I was the one practitioner that took up the things he pioneered,” De Palma asserts in Baumbach’s film. Alternatively, there’s Blow Out – often deemed the most representative of his aesthetic – which »

- The Film Stage

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Twin Peaks to Cracker: your favourite TV episodes of all time

21 September 2016 4:39 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

With seminal moments in everything from ER to Boys from the Blackstuff, our readers nominate their top hours of television drama ever – and most of it was even made before the year 2000

The Game of Thrones episode Battle of the Bastards has won a record seven Emmys, which prompted a Guardian article on six of the best hours of TV drama ever made.

Some of you agreed; quite a lot of you, not so much. Many of you couldn’t even agree on the best episodes of the series listed.

Related: What was the best hour of television ever?

I'm desperate father.

Call me Dan.

I'm Desperate Dan.

Doctor Who's own Heaven Sent - Peter Capaldi's masterful one-hander. Simply sublime.

The last episode of Twin Peaks. Bold, bewildering, brutal, beautiful. Nothing like it before or since.

As I once said, only David Lynch would have his protagonist walk »

- James Walsh

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How ‘David’ Creator Dean Fleischer-Camp Is Bringing Auteurship to The Web

20 September 2016 10:04 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Since the breakout success of “Marcel the Shell With Shoes On,” filmmaker Dean Fleischer-Camp has become one of the most original online filmmakers working today. His latest project, “David,” released this month on Super Deluxe, is a dark comedy about a man who learns he only has five weeks to live.

“David” stars Nathan Fielder (“Nathan For You”) as the title character, and Jenny Slate (“Obvious Child”) as his ex-wife. On the surface, this star power is wasted behind the robotic inflections and blank stares that create the eerie tone in “David,” but creating such an idiosyncratic world is no easy task. It takes precision and clarity of vision to fully realize and sustain a unique aesthetic.

Read More: ‘David’ Review: ‘Marcel The Shell’ Meets ‘Twin Peaks’ In Dean Fleischer-Camp’s Surreal Series Starring Nathan Fielder

The experience of watching “David” is not unlike that of watching an experimental film; except “David” is funny, »

- Jude Dry

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How ‘David’ Creator Dean Fleischer-Camp Is Bringing Auteurship to The Web

20 September 2016 10:04 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Since the breakout success of “Marcel the Shell With Shoes On,” filmmaker Dean Fleischer-Camp has become one of the most original online filmmakers working today. His latest project, “David,” released this month on Super Deluxe, is a dark comedy about a man who learns he only has five weeks to live.

“David” stars Nathan Fielder (“Nathan For You”) as the title character, and Jenny Slate (“Obvious Child”) as his ex-wife. On the surface, this star power is wasted behind the robotic inflections and blank stares that create the eerie tone in “David,” but creating such an idiosyncratic world is no easy task. It takes precision and clarity of vision to fully realize and sustain a unique aesthetic.

Read More: ‘David’ Review: ‘Marcel The Shell’ Meets ‘Twin Peaks’ In Dean Fleischer-Camp’s Surreal Series Starring Nathan Fielder

The experience of watching “David” is not unlike that of watching an experimental film; except “David” is funny, »

- Jude Dry

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The Lrm Interview: Peter Sarsgaard Plays the Slimy Villain of The Magnificent Seven

19 September 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Actor Peter Sarsgaard plays villain Bart Bogue in Antoine Fuqua's The Magnificent Seven

When you go to see Antoine Fuqua’s The Magnificent Seven this weekend, you’ll probably be impressed by how slimy a villain Peter Sarsgaard plays as Bartholomew Bogue, a wealthy man who causes problems for the town of Rose Creek, to the point where they need to call on a team of unruly outlaws, played by Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio and Byung-hun Lee, for help. (We’ll have interviews with the latter two very soon.)

It’s not the first time that Sarsgaard has played a bad guy, since he did play Hector Hammond in the unfortunate attempt to bring Green Lantern to the big screen. But before that, Sarsgaard has starred in a mix of indie and studio movie that established himself as one of the great supporting character actors. »

- Edward Douglas

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Film Review: ‘David Lynch: The Art Life’

17 September 2016 4:41 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

That hoary old question of whether life imitates art or art imitates life is refreshingly irrelevant in the case of certain creative beings, for whom art is life and vice versa. David Lynch is one such being. Extravagantly surreal as the products of his imagination may be, they are deeply rooted in personal history and philosophy — and it’s this connection that Jon Nguyen’s disarmingly off-kilter documentary “David Lynch: The Art Life” probes to rewarding effect. Nominally focused on the celebrated filmmaker’s lesser-known dabblings in fine art, “The Art Life” emerges as a more expansive study of Lynch’s creative impulses and preoccupations, as he relates first-hand the formative experiences that spurred and shaped a most unusual imagination.

Essentially a feature-length interview with the man himself, with no other on-screen contributors, the doc’s simplicity of form belies the kinks and curves of its portraiture. It’s »

- Guy Lodge

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Q&A: Ronnie Gene Blevins Discusses The Neighbor and Twin Peaks Revival

14 September 2016 8:44 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

In Marcus Dunstan's new film The Neighbor, Ronnie Gene Blevins plays a key role in bringing a nightmare to life next door to an unlucky couple. With The Neighbor now out on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD, and VOD from Anchor Bay Entertainment, Daily Dead caught up with Blevins in our latest Q&A feature to discuss a supernatural prank pulled on him by the cast and crew, working with Nicolas Cage in Joe, and a little tease of what to expect from one of his upcoming projects, David Lynch's Twin Peaks revival.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Ronnie, and congratulations on your work in The Neighbor. What attracted you to the role of Harley in Marcus Dunstan’s latest movie?

Ronnie Gene Blevins: The pleasure is all mine. I'm a big fan of Marcus and his movies, so I was elated »

- Derek Anderson

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David Lynch’s ‘Night Ride’ Music Video With Chrysta Bell is Creepy & Sensual — Watch

13 September 2016 9:05 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

David Lynch may be busy putting the finishing touches on the “Twin Peaks” revival, but he’s had enough time to collaborate with singer Chrysta Bell on the upcoming Ep “Somewhere in the Nowhere.” Back in August the duo released the first track of the Lynch-produced album, and have now shared the music video for the song “Night Ride.”

The dark and sensual clip stars Bell and the video’s director, Joseph Skorman. The video follows the singer as she leaves the city, drives to the middle of nowhere, unburies a lover (Skorman) and then devours him, only to return him back to his buried location. The visual for “Night Ride” was inspired by B-horror movies, and you can take a look at it below, via Pitchfork.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival: David Lynch Is ‘Deep in Editing’ for Early Half of 2017 Release

Lynch and Bell previously worked together in »

- Liz Calvario

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‘David’ Review: ‘Marcel The Shell’ Meets ‘Twin Peaks’ In Dean Fleischer-Camp’s Surreal Series Starring Nathan Fielder

9 September 2016 11:41 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

In an interview with Filmmaker Magazine, Dean Fleischer-Camp described the tone of his 2014 web series “Catherine” as “The New Banality.” With “David,” he adds yet another gem to his self-described banal canon.

The five-episode series premiered yesterday on Super Deluxe and stars Nathan Fielder (“Nathan For You”) as David, a recently-fired divorcee, as we learn from an uncannily accurate Tarot reader (Sally Berman). David’s vacantly concerned psychic tells him that he has a “black stone, like a rock, growing every minute” in his chest. If he doesn’t get rid of it, his body will de-compose in five weeks — hence the five episodes.

Read More: Comedy Studio Super Deluxe Signs Stephen Gaghan As Executive Producer

His search for answers leads to a therapist (who stuffs David’s last bill into an overflowing money drawer), an unhelpful priest (“Sometimes the Bible is really vague”) and a small-time baseball game. After »

- Jude Dry

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Amazon closes in on David Lynch doc

9 September 2016 4:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Amazon on verge of streaming deal for Venice premiere; Janus Films nabs theatrical.

Screen understands that Amazon is close to finalizing a deal for North American streaming rights to Venice and Toronto documentary David Lynch: The Art Life.

Amazon is lining up the well-received Venice Classics title for a 2017 release on its Amazon Prime service following a separate theatrical run via art-house specialists Janus Films. The film’s blu-ray release will be through the Criterion Collection.

Fabien Westerhoff’s Film Constellation is handling the movie, described by Screen as “an essential picture” for Lynch fans. Wanted Cinema snapped up Italian rights last week.

David Lynch: The Art Of Life is the third in a trio of documentaries about Lynch by filmmaker Jon Nguyen who collaborated on this third instalment with Olivia Neergaard-Holm (Victoria) and Rick Barnes.

Made over four years, the film-makers filmed and recorded more than 20 audio conversations with Lynch at his home. During »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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In Defense of the Reboot: How Remakes Can Still Result in Great TV

8 September 2016 3:55 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It’s not just a cliche: Everything old is indeed new again on TV, particularly this upcoming season.

Fox is leading the drive, with three upcoming shows based on existing titles: “The Exorcist,” a new take on an old horror franchise; “Lethal Weapon,” a remake of the 1980s buddy comedy, and “Prison Break,” which is a continuation of that original series (expected in early 2017). CBS is also on the bandwagon, with new takes on “MacGyver” and “Training Day.”

The networks went through a similar exercise last year, and the results were mixed. At Fox, “Minority Report” was a dud, but the return of “The X-Files” was a massive ratings hit. CBS’ “Rush Hour” was a miss, but a new version of “The Odd Couple” is picking up steam.

Just as sequel and franchise mania envelops the film biz, it’s easy to knock TV for its constant desire to ride the wayback machine. »

- Michael Schneider, Hanh Nguyen, Ben Travers and Liz Shannon Miller

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In Defense of the Reboot: How Remakes Can Still Result in Great TV

8 September 2016 3:55 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

It’s not just a cliche: Everything old is indeed new again on TV, particularly this upcoming season.

Fox is leading the drive, with three upcoming shows based on existing titles: “The Exorcist,” a new take on an old horror franchise; “Lethal Weapon,” a remake of the 1980s buddy comedy, and “Prison Break,” which is a continuation of that original series (expected in early 2017). CBS is also on the bandwagon, with new takes on “MacGyver” and “Training Day.”

The networks went through a similar exercise last year, and the results were mixed. At Fox, “Minority Report” was a dud, but the return of “The X-Files” was a massive ratings hit. CBS’ “Rush Hour” was a miss, but a new version of “The Odd Couple” is picking up steam.

Just as sequel and franchise mania envelops the film biz, it’s easy to knock TV for its constant desire to ride the wayback machine. »

- Michael Schneider, Hanh Nguyen, Ben Travers and Liz Shannon Miller

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Listen: ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Twin Peaks’ Theme Song Mashup Is Genius

6 September 2016 3:08 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Sometimes things truly seemed destined to happen, an example being this haunting, dare I say moving, mashup of the “Stranger Things” and “Twin Peaks” theme songs from Seattle’s Prom Queen. The aptly titled “Stranger Peaks” proves once again that too much synth is never enough.

Read More: ‘Stranger Things’ Soundtracks: Listen to Them Both Here for Free

“I fell in love with ‘Stranger Things’ the first time I heard the theme song,” said Prom Queen, “and ‘Laura’s Theme’ is my favorite thing to play on any synthesizer. It’s so beautiful.”

Similarities abound between the two shows, as it’s no secret that “Stranger Things,” a Netflix summer sensation and supernatural hometown thriller from brothers/directors Matt and Ross Duffer, finds its roots in ’80s sci-ci and horror flicks from the likes of Steven Spielberg and John Carpenter — and of course, from David Lynch’s TV masterpiece. It »

- Annakeara Stinson

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