The new teaser for Showtime’s Twin Peaks limited series offers us our first glimpse of the late Miguel Ferrer reprising his role as Agent Albert Rosenfield (sitting at a desk with FBI Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole (David Lynch).
Twin Peaks’s two-hour premiere is on Sunday, May 21st (9/8C).
The first original teaser for Showtime’s limited series Twin Peaks gave us glimpses of parts of the town.
Now, reunite with some familiar faces 25 years later including Big Ed Hurley (Everett McGill), Carl Rodd (Harry Dean Stanton), Sarah Palmer (Grace Zabriskie), Deputy Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz), Deputy Tommy “Hawk” Hill (Michael Horse), and FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan).
TWIN PEAKS, the 18-hour limited event series will debut with a two-hour premiere on Sunday, May 21 (9/8C).
The new teaser for Showtime’s Twin Peaks is a series of shots of places both familiar and not around the town of Twin Peaks – plus two quick shots involved a red Curtain and a man striding through a rain puddle.
Someone thought it would be a great idea to shoot a movie about the making of Clerks – which was a film another guy made about his mundane life that became a monster cult favorite. Then they got the guy who made that film to narrate theirs. Isn’t life strange and wonderful? Or at least strange?
Check out the first trailer for Shooting Clerks right after the jump.
In the series finale of Twin Peaks, Laura Palmer told Agent Cooper that she’d see him in twenty-five years. The scene took place in the show’s dream state red room, leaving it open for interpretation, but after the jump you can find a link to a new teaser trailer that shows you it was indeed prophetic.
Twin Peaks is returning to television – on Showtime.
David Lynch and Mark Frost created a landmark in television history when they produced Twin Peaks. Moments of staggeringly real emotion in a world that the word surreal is inadequate to describe. The search for Laura Palmer’s murder opened us viewers up to the possibility that television could be a unique experience and laid the groundwork for the great serialized and/or surreal shows that followed – without Twin Peaks there is no X-Files, for example.
Now the entire Twin Peaks story – including Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me – is coming to Blu-ray. The set will feature upgraded picture and newly produced and archival special features – including nearly ninety minutes of deleted/alternate scenes from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me – all under the personal supervision of David Lynch. Twin Peaks – The Entire Mystery will be in stores on July 29th. For more details, check out the press release after the jump.