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‘Twin Peaks Vr’ Will Bring Fans of David Lynch’s Iconic Series Inside the Red Room, Hopefully Not Forever

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‘Twin Peaks Vr’ Will Bring Fans of David Lynch’s Iconic Series Inside the Red Room, Hopefully Not Forever
Twin Peaks” may or may not return for a fourth season at some point in the next 25 years, but that doesn’t mean fans can’t return to it in a new way. Showtime and Collider Games have announced that “Twin Peaks Vr” will premiere at the upcoming Festival of Disruption in Los Angeles. The experience will feature virtual locations from both the original and new iterations of David Lynch’s iconic series, which managed the impressive feat of ending on an even more open-ended note when it returned for 18 episodes last year than the first finale did in 1991.

“Utilizing lines and sounds from the show itself, players will travel to Glastonbury Grove, only to end up in the puzzling Red Room. Fans of the series will follow in the footsteps of Special Agent Dale Cooper and try to make their way back into the life they left behind,” reads a statement from Collider Games.
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Fantastic Fest 2018 Interview: Writer/Director Maria Pulera Takes Us Between Worlds

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Certainly one of the most unusual films of Fantastic Fest 2018 was Maria Pulera’s Between Worlds, a supernatural thriller/romantic drama that follows a trucker named Joe (Nicolas Cage) who has long been haunted by the deaths of his wife and child. One day, he crosses paths with Julie (Franka Potente), whose daughter, Billie (Penelope Mitchell), was involved in a dangerous crash, leaving her life hanging in the balance, and allowing Joe’s dead wife, Mary, to infiltrate the young woman’s body. And from there, one of the most twisted love triangles unfolds.

As mentioned, Between Worlds is a wonderfully weird story about fate, love, nostalgia, and sex, and Daily Dead recently spoke with the writer/director about defying expectations with Between Worlds, collaborating with both Cage and Potente, and much more.

This is such a wild movie and I am so glad I got to see it. I
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Willem Dafoe, Paul Greengrass to receive Gothams honours

Willem Dafoe, Paul Greengrass to receive Gothams honours
Awards ceremony set for November 26; nominations out October 18.

At Eternity’s Gate star Willem Dafoe and 22 July director Paul Greengrass will receive tributes at the 2018 Ifp Gotham Awards.

Dafoe will receive the Actor Tribute and Greengrass will receive the Director Tribute on November 26 in New York City.

“Willem Dafoe is one of the most iconic actors of our generation,” said Joana Vicente, the outgoing executive director of Ifp and the Made in NY Media Center who will join Toronto International Film Festival as director and co-head on November 1.

“Throughout his legendary career, he has consistently brought versatility, boldness and daring complexity to his roles.
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Hear David Lynch, Angelo Badalamenti’s Bizarre, Unreleased Collaboration

Hear David Lynch, Angelo Badalamenti’s Bizarre, Unreleased Collaboration
With cymbals crashing and string basses moaning, composer Angelo Badalamenti narrates a bawdy, bizarre and horrific story on “Woodcutters From Fiery Ships,” a track off his upcoming collaborative album with filmmaker David Lynch. The pair recorded the LP, Thought Gang, in spurts throughout the early Nineties, and though Lynch has used some of the tracks in his various films, it hasn’t gotten a proper release. It will now come out digitally and on LP and CD on November 2nd.

Badalamenti and Lynch first started working together in the mid-Eighties,
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Soundtracking: "Mulholland Drive"

by Chris Feil

I’ve talked a good deal in this column about filmmakers whose music is an essential piece of their cinematic identity, but seldom are they as elusively so as David Lynch. Blue Velvet took a classic sound to mirror the rot underneath the suburban American veneer. Eraserhead’s lady in the radiator. The immaculately perfect, “but-of-course” match of song and content of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game” to Wild at Heart. And then of course, perhaps most definitive for Lynch, the polluted Americana of his magnum opus Mulholland Drive.

Drive’s musical landscape is rooted in a twisting of 1950s American perfectionist optimism, a staple of the Lynchian top to bottom aesthetic. Aided by the original score by Lynch’s frequent collaborator Angelo Badalamenti, its music is drowning in an innocuous wrongness, critiquing the American “ideal” as it plays as something just left of center of that very image.
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August 21st Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Walking Dead Season 8, The Tingler, Ash Vs Evil Dead Season 3, The Terror Season 1

For all you genre fans who enjoy more serialized storytelling, August 21st features some truly excellent seasons of a variety of cable television series, including the final ten episodes of Ash vs Evil Dead, season 8 of The Walking Dead, and the first season of The Terror, and Kino Lorber has put together a 20th anniversary Blu-ray for Deep Rising. Scream Factory is keeping busy with William Castle’s The Tingler and Strait-Jacket on tap this week, and Shout Select has a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray of David Lynch’s Wild at Heart coming home as well.

Other notable releases for August 21st include Deadpool 2, What Still Remains, First Reformed, Leonor, and The Ninth Passenger.

Ash vs Evil Dead: Season 3

Ash vs Evil Dead”: Season 3 features Ash, who – having gone from urban legend to hometown hero –discovers that he has a daughter. And, when Kelly witnesses a massacre with
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There Will Soon Be a List of Every Popular Movie You Can’t Watch Anywhere Online, From ‘True Lies’ to ‘Cocoon’

There Will Soon Be a List of Every Popular Movie You Can’t Watch Anywhere Online, From ‘True Lies’ to ‘Cocoon’
Screenwriter John August — a “Big Fish” BAFTA Award nominee and co-scribe of Disney’s upcoming “Aladdin” remake — is seeking help from fellow cinephiles. He is in the process of compiling a list of popular movies from the past few decades that are not available to legally buy, rent or stream online. The project began Thursday, after August tweeted at Ron Howard asking the whereabout of his fourth directed feature, “Cocoon” (1980):

Hey @RealRonHoward this is crazy. We want to see Cocoon. Do you know why it’s not on iTunes/Amazon/everywhere? https://t.co/lOj8f2u6SX

John August (@johnaugust) August 9, 2018

An hour later, August solicited other films that Internet-users cannot watch:

I’m curious how many other movies aren’t available online. So I’m starting a list. You can add to it. https://t.co/WUMx8TRFTW

— John August (@johnaugust) August 9, 2018

The growing record covers English-language
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David Lynch Is Not a Trump Supporter, But He’s Never Been a Democrat, So Deal With It — Analysis

David Lynch Is Not a Trump Supporter, But He’s Never Been a Democrat, So Deal With It — Analysis
David Lynch is a brilliant artist who has never been great with words. He dances around any pressure to interpret his work, and typically reverts to odd, nonspecific pronouncements about the nature of the world and his vocation in a cheery, unassuming tone that often seems at odds with his dark, enigmatic storytelling. Lynch’s art — his movies, music, and especially his painting — speaks with far more clarity than anything he has ever said in public, and adheres to its own internal reasoning. His best movies are a mishmash of Americana and its nightmarish abstractions, impermeable dreams given cogent form.

All of that means the hysteria around his supposed positive claims about Donald Trump says less about Lynch’s political philosophy than the absence of one. Lynch fans declared the headlines clickbait, but they’re verbatim: “He could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history because he
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Donald Trump Amplifies Praise From David Lynch With Rare Understatement

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Donald Trump Amplifies Praise From David Lynch With Rare Understatement
The Donald Trump and David Lynch mutual admiration society truly has commenced.

After the Twin Peaks co-creator praised the former Celebrity Apprentice host this weekend as potentially being “one of the greatest presidents in history because he has disrupted the thing so much,” it was only a matter of time until the Great Disruptor weighed in.

What’s as odd as a Lynch plot line is that Trump took a rare understated approach to responding to the compliment from the former Barack Obama supporter, Oscar nominee and professional contrarian. No online purging like what Trump did to former NBC pal Jimmy Fallon after the Tonight Show host expressed regrets about the way he had the then-candidate on his late-night show in 2016. No capitalizations. No Elephant Man, Wild at Heart or frustrated Emmy-nomination jokes. No digs at other Hollywood directors or mention of that other Tinseltown Trump fan Roseanne Barr.

Nope.
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David Lynch Is No Fan of Trump, but Thinks He ’Could Go Down as One of the Greatest Presidents in History’

David Lynch Is No Fan of Trump, but Thinks He ’Could Go Down as One of the Greatest Presidents in History’
David Lynch describes himself as “not really a political person” in a new Guardian interview, though he does have some strong views. The singular filmmaker, who endorsed Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democratic primary and thinks (but isn’t sure) he ultimately voted Libertarian in the general election, “really like[s] the freedom to do what you want to do.”

Though he remains on the fence about Donald Trump, Lynch thinks he has potential. “He could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history because he has disrupted the thing so much. No one is able to counter this guy in an intelligent way.” Trump “may not be doing a good job himself,” according to the profile, but he might provide a template for other outsiders: “Our so-called leaders can’t take the country forward, can’t get anything done. Like children, they are. Trump has shown all this,” Lynch says.
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David Lynch: ‘You gotta be selfish. It's a terrible thing’

The Twin Peaks director lives for his work. He talks about his four marriages, why explaining his films is a ‘crime’, and what makes him a happy camper

David Lynch seldom smiles in photographs. His etched Easter Island statue of a face doesn’t glower so much as brood; lips pursed and eyes hooded, he looks every inch the auteur in winter. The quiff completes the effect, its lush swirl seemingly frozen in place by alarming, Lynchian thoughts.

In his 40 years of film-making, the director has taken audiences from sunlit American idylls to surreal dimensions populated by demons, doppelgangers and psychotic killers. His are scenes you can’t forget: the whimpering, deformed baby in Eraserhead, the severed ear in Blue Velvet, the blood-spattered, skull-crushing violence of Wild At Heart, the nuclear explosion in Twin Peaks: The Return. Google “David Lynch creepy”, and you get 5.5m results.
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Laura Dern movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Wild,’ ‘Rambling Rose,’ ‘Jurassic Park’

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Laura Dern movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Wild,’ ‘Rambling Rose,’ ‘Jurassic Park’
Laura Dern returns to HBO this weekend with her film “The Tale,” a big hit in early 2018 at the Sundance Film Festival where the premium network purchased it. Dern’s last collaboration with HBO proved quite successful for both of them. “Big Little Lies” was a major winner during at the 2017 Emmy Awards (her first trophy) and 2018 Golden Globes.

Dern began her career as a teenager more than 30 years ago. Dern seemed to initially aspire to a more normal life but her attempts to finish her college degree at the University of Southern California were continually interrupted by obtaining plum film roles. That she’d eventually settled into an acting career isn’t surprising since her father Bruce Dern is a two time Oscar nominee and her mother Diane Ladd a three time nominee.

SEEEmmys 2018: Could Laura Dern earn double nominations for ‘Twin Peaks’ and ‘The Tale’?

Dern would
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‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Emmy Fyc Event: David Lynch, Kyle MacLachlan, Laura Dern reflect on their decades-long journey [Listen]

‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Emmy Fyc Event: David Lynch, Kyle MacLachlan, Laura Dern reflect on their decades-long journey [Listen]
Emmy voters returned to the strange world of “Twin Peaks” recently with an Emmy Fyc event for Showtime’s revival, “The Return.” Gold Derby was on-hand at Paramount Studios for the Q&A with director David Lynch and stars Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern, which followed a screening of the finale. Listen to the entire 47-minute Q&A above.

See ‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Emmy Fyc event: Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern ‘don’t know the answers to David Lynch’s worlds’ [Red Carpet Interviews]

A great sense of mystery surrounded “The Return,” which picks up 25 years after the original series left off. Details were kept tightly under wraps, especially the shocking conclusion. “I was thrilled at the ending,” revealed MacLachlan, who reprised his iconic role as Dale Cooper, an FBI Agent investigating the murder of homecoming queen Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) in a small Pacific Northwestern town (he also managed to play
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10 Jurassic Park Facts You Never Knew

10 Jurassic Park Facts You Never Knew
"Life finds a way." And so did Jurassic Park, leaping from the page to the screen with Steven Spielberg's 1993 blockbuster, launching a franchise around prehistoric DNA. Here we'll take a look at 10 things you never knew about Jurassic Park.

The ER connection.

Steven Spielberg met with Michael Crichton to discuss an entirely different project, one that eventually turned into the TV hospital drama ER, which Crichton would later create and executive produce. It was in that meeting where Spielberg turned his attention to Crichton's dinosaur tale, which the author was still writing at the time. When Hollywood got its hands on galleys for Jurassic Park in 1990, a number of high-profile directors were interested as well, including Superman director Richard Donner, Batman director Tim Burton and Terminator director James Cameron.

Harrison Ford.

During a Q&A at a 30th anniversary screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark in 2011, Harrison Ford
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Laura Dern movies: 15 greatest films ranked from worst to best

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Laura Dern movies: 15 greatest films ranked from worst to best
Laura Dern has returned to HBO with her film “The Tale,” a big hit in early 2018 at the Sundance Film Festival where the premium network purchased it. Dern’s last collaboration with HBO proved quite successful for both of them. “Big Little Lies” was a major winner during at the 2017 Emmy Awards (her first trophy) and 2018 Golden Globes.

Dern began her career as a teenager more than 30 years ago. Dern seemed to initially aspire to a more normal life but her attempts to finish her college degree at the University of Southern California were continually interrupted by obtaining plum film roles. That she’d eventually settled into an acting career isn’t surprising since her father Bruce Dern is a two time Oscar nominee and her mother Diane Ladd a three time nominee

Dern would go on to earn two Oscar nominations of her own for “Rambling Rose” and “Wild
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‘The Spanish Princess’: Charlotte Hope To Star In ‘The White Princess’ Follow-Up On Starz

‘The Spanish Princess’: Charlotte Hope To Star In ‘The White Princess’ Follow-Up On Starz
Charlotte Hope (Game of Thrones) has been tapped to star in Starz’s The Spanish Princess, the third installment following The White Princess and The White Queen, based on Philippa Gregory’s bestselling books. Starz also rounded out the cast as production begins on the limited series.

The Spanish Princess, from All3 Media’s New Pictures and Playground, the latest chapter in the dynastic saga of Tudor England, is described as a powerful, epic story that not only returns the audience to the world of royal court intrigue as seen uniquely through the perspective of the women, but also sheds light on a previously untold corner of history – the lives of people of color, living and working in 16th century London.

Hope has been cast in the titular role as Catherine of Aragon, alongside Stephanie Levi-John as her lady-in-waiting and confidante, Lina de Cardonnes.

Promised in marriage
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New Blu-ray Releases: ‘Black Panther’, ‘Annihilation’, ‘It’s Alive’ Trilogy, ‘Wild at Heart’

New Blu-ray Releases: ‘Black Panther’, ‘Annihilation’, ‘It’s Alive’ Trilogy, ‘Wild at Heart’
(Welcome to Not Dead Yet, a feature dedicated to new Blu-ray releases and what special features you should be excited about. Because yes, some of us still like to own physical copies of our movies.) It’s time to round-up the best Blu-ray’s available right now, and in the immediate future. This week’s biggest release is, of […]

The post New Blu-ray Releases: ‘Black Panther’, ‘Annihilation’, ‘It’s Alive’ Trilogy, ‘Wild at Heart’ appeared first on /Film.
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‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Emmy Fyc event: Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern ‘don’t know the answers to David Lynch’s worlds’ [Red Carpet Interviews]

‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Emmy Fyc event: Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern ‘don’t know the answers to David Lynch’s worlds’ [Red Carpet Interviews]
Showtime brought prospective Emmy voters back to the strange world of “Twin Peaks” recently with an Emmy Fyc event for its revival, “The Return.” Gold Derby was on the red carpet at Paramount Studios in Hollywood to chat with stars Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern before a screening and Q&A, where they were joined by director David Lynch. Scroll down and click on the links at the bottom of this post to be taken to our complete interviews.

“Who killed Laura Palmer?” was the question on everyone’s lips when “Twin Peaks” originally premiered on ABC in the spring of 1990. With co-creator Mark Frost (“Hill Street Blues”), Lynch brought the surreal sensibilities of his films “Eraserhead” (1977) and “Blue Velvet” (1986) to the TV masses with the story of an FBI agent (MacLachlan) investigating the murder of a homecoming queen (Sheryl Lee) in a small Pacific Northwest town. The show was a success,
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The Conversation: Producer Jean Labadie

Jean Labadie is a name which perhaps remains a tad obscured despite his formidable influence on the French film industry. In 1986, Labadie founded distribution company Bac Films in 1986, a label which took home the Palme d’Or at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival for David Lynch’s Wild at Heart as well as in 1991 for the Coen. Bros.’ Barton Fink. Labadie sold his shares at Bac in 2007 to create Le Pacte, a company also synonymous with European cinematic royalty.

Concerning…
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Nicolas Cage Wants To “Go Even More Off The Rails” As The Joker

At this stage in the game, with all the straight-to-vod dreck to pay the bills, Nicolas Cage‘s career is a bit of a joke to most audiences. But if so, that’s a shame, because Cage is the Oscar-winning actor gave us thrilling, gonzo performances in classics like “Adaptation,” “Leaving Las Vegas,” “Raising Arizona,” “Wild At Heart,” and “Red Rock West,” just to name a few.
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