It seems that the revival of the crime drama series "Twin Peaks" is in danger of not happening. Despite Showtime's nine-episode order of the series' reboot last October 2014, the show's creator David Lynch recently made some disturbing statements about his involvement in the show's revival.
At his new exhibit "Between Two Worlds" in a Queensland Art Gallery, he spoke about the show's development and said that "There are complications." In another interview in Australia, as reported in Esquire, he said that he has not officially "returned yet" and that they are still "working on the contract."
Showtime was quick to counter the impression that the reboot is not happening. In a report in Entertainment Weekly, an insider from the network said that this was not the case. The network reportedly has in their hands all the scripts for the nine episodes from Mark Frost and David Lynch. They have also signed on Kyle Machlachlan to reprise his role as FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper in the series' revival. The insider said that "Everything is moving forward and everybody is crazy thrilled and excited." He also said that what they were going through with David Lynch was merely part of the "pre-production process." more >>
British broadcaster BBC One previously released a photo showing "Sherlock" mainstays Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman sporting clothes reminiscent of the Victorian era.
The news set off Sherlock fans to speculate if the image teaser suggests that the popular detective show would now delve with time travel or that the cast is simply doing some cosplay.
To clear off the confusion, Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat speaks with Entertainment Weekly confirming that followers of the show will see a totally different timeline for its December special. more >>
Fans of Showtime's beloved TV serial drama "Twin Peaks" need to breathe easy as recent news indicate that the show's much anticipated third season "is still apparently on track."
The update follows after show co-creator David Lynch released a statement during his latest art exhibition in Australia this weekend wherein he said the project is, for the meantime, still hanging on the air.
"I'm not sure at this point if it's happening .We are still working on a contract," Lynch said. "But I love the world of Twin Peaks, and I love those characters. I think it will be very special to go back into that world." more >>
"Gotham" Season 1's Episode 16 titled "The Blind Fortune Teller" saw the introduction of one of DC Universe's most cunning supervillains, the Joker, but on his yet younger age.
A composed, mild-talking young fellow at first, the character named Jerome (played by Cameron Monaghan) broke down mentally when Gotham's finest detective, Officer Gordon (Ben McKenzie), deduced that he killed his own mother.
Followers of the show then witnessed the apparent transformation of Jerome which was manifested by his sinister expression. The segment ended but it wasn't revealed whether the future Prince of Chaos was locked up in GCPD or some other "institution." more >>
DC's small screen adaptations are about to go in full steam as recent news indicates that "Arrow" and "The Flash" executive producers Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim are about to deliver yet another offshoot series based from the mentioned titles.
Speaking with Variety, showrunner Berlanti revealed some meaty details about the proposed TV show saying that it is designed to be "most similar to our crossover episodes, where you feel that 'event-iness,' but all the time."
He further likened it to Western classics like "The Magnificent Seven" or those heist pictures like "Ocean's Eleven" "where you get all those colors at the same time, and a true ensemble, and that was the fun of it." more >>
Actor Nick Searcy from the hit television series "Justified" will be directing a film about infamous abortionist Kermit Gosnell who was sentenced to life in prison for committing crimes of infanticide and involuntary manslaughter inside his West Philadelphia abortion clinic.
"There are three aspects to this story that are fascinating — what happened; why it was allowed to happen; and why no one wanted to talk about it after it happened," said Searcy, who plays the role of U.S. Marshal Art Mullen in the FX series, and will direct the $2.2 million crowdfunded film project about Gosnell's "house of horrors" late-term abortion facility.
On May 13, 2013, Gosnell was sentenced to serve life in prison without parole for three counts of first-degree murder for killing babies born alive in his abortion clinic by cutting their spinal cords with scissors. He was also found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for the 2009 death of Karnamaya Mongar, a 41-year-old Nepalese refugee who died from a Demerol overdose administered by his untrained and unlicensed staff. more >>