Comic-Con 2017: Twin Peaks panel start time

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Luglio 22, 2017

The message begins with static before resolving into a shot of the director sitting in the shadows and holding up a golf ball. Instead, what old and new fans of the franchise got during the show's Comic-Con debut Friday were stories about their time in Twin Peaks, what working with co-creator Lynch is like and perhaps the tiniest tease of an upcoming interaction. It was most hard for James Marshall (Jimmy Hurley), as his character has only briefly been seen this season.

Ashbrook, for his part, is ecstatic for his role in The Return.

Twin Peaks and Mulholland Drive, these are films you observe, they are masterful narratives that play out on screen to prescribed ends, but Lost Highway is a film you feel, a film you experience, the narrative is what you make of it, what it means to you, and how it affects you.

Roth also admitted he's not that familiar with the original shows, and like others on the panel hasn't watched the new series yet either.

Matthew Lillard says he still has not seen the original series, but that because the cast are so lovely, he'll watch it tonight.

They all couldn't speak more highly of their leader, though.

"I have this yellow rotary phone on the wall. and it rings and I haven't heard it ring in 10 years", he said. "He's a fantastic human being".

Added MacLachlan: "His belief in his process and his vision and his point of view is so profound and focused and he inspires me that way, because he follows this dream in his mind". That might sound too transcendental, but Lynch people know what I'm talking about.

However, there is one thing Lynch is stern about, according to MacLachlan, and that's actors improvising dialogue.

"Jim Belushi chose to was going to ad lib a line", MacLachlan explained.

"Whenever David calls, we take the call", Kyle said of getting to work with the famed director, later in the panel. After all, a major TV show coming to Comic-Con and not showing any sort of footage or revealing anything major in terms of the plot is not very common.

Lindelof closed by noting Peaks would be moving to 8 p.m.in August (presumably to avoid Game of Thrones conflicts) and plugged the Funko and Entertainment Earth exclusives.

McGill, whose Twin Peaks episodes have yet to air, hadn't been in front of a camera in 20 years before The Return.

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