David Lynch

Naomi Watts to Reunite With David Lynch for ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival

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David Lynch’s Twin Peaks revival (don’t you call it a reboot, don’t you dare) is quickly becoming the must-get booking for the cool kids in Hollywood; Jennifer Jason Leigh, Amanda Seyfried, and Laura Dern have already signed on to join Kyle MacLachlan and (presumably) fellow previous castmates Sherilyn Fenn, Miguel Ferrer and Sheryl Lee. Dern’s attachment was particularly exciting, considering the haunting work she did with Lynch on the director’s last feature Inland Empire; now, one of his earlier leading ladies has also jumped into the fray.
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Flavorwire Staffers’ Favorite Books of 2015

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We’ve already published our editors’ official best-of lists for fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t personal favorites among all of us here at Flavorwire. And the selections here cover a lot of ground: there are deep dives into the film and music industry; “autotheory” memoirs; two books set in Virginia; and, of course, Ferrante.
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10 Must-Have 2016 Calendars for a Fantastic New Year

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The year is rapidly coming to a close, which means it’s time to track down your 2016 calendar for organization and inspiration. Sometimes a digital calendar just won’t do. These designs, inspired by everything from literature,  morbid museum collections, and most importantly, cats, are a must-have if you like putting pen to paper and visualizing each day of the year. Cheers to a fantastic 2016.
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Convincing Posters That Cast Classic Stars in Contemporary Films

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If you worship cinema’s holy trinity of “Davids,” which includes David Lynch, David Fincher, and David Cronenberg, you’ll adore graphic designer Peter Stults’ What If: Movies Reimagined for Another Time and Place poster series. The New York-based artist trades contemporary actors with classic stars (and directors) on the posters for modern films. In this volume of his one-sheet remakes, which we learned about on Booooooom, Stults tackles the filmographies of the three Davids — along with other movies, like Guardians of the Galaxy (with Michael Jackson in the lead role, which suddenly makes complete sense).
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Discovering ‘The Man from Another Place’: Dennis Lim on His Book About David Lynch’s Labyrinthine Works

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Dennis Lim, the director of programming at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the former Village Voice film editor, leaves a breadcrumb trail for us to discover David Lynch’s oeuvre in his new book The Man from Another Place. “Lynch himself often warns against overinterpretation. And accordingly, this is not a book that seeks to decode his art or annotate his life,” the back-cover synopsis advises.
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