Jonah wrote:Here's two more tiny things that may mean nothing, courtesy of @fatecolossal again (I enjoy the speculation). It shows at the very least the cast is aware of the new show and the rumours.
I will say it is curious to see them posting about a not officially announced project.
Not sure whether that means they're more likely to be in it (they're aware it's happening and feel comfortable about teasing it loosely and/or have Lynch's personal blessing to do so) or less likely (they aren't under NDAs and/or haven't been contacted yet: castings for The Return came pretty late, or they're just expressing excitement at hearing Lynch is working on something new). It's just unusual in every direction, as actors tend to be well practiced in ignoring the existence of rumours/unannounced projects.
Just unusual is all. To me it obviously just continues to re-confirm what we already know (that whatever the show is, it's obviously real and happening).
I always felt a S4 could be it's own thing aside from needing Maclachlan, Lee and possibly Dern (depending on where she ended up in that world), but, damn if Ashbrook wasn't a highlight of the Return and I would love to see Bobby again ..
Also, I really do feel like, even if it wasn't Peaks itself, there was probably an announcement meant for that Graceland event. The timing lines up, and we've seen that Lynch isn't ignorant of the fans (even if he doesn't go out of his way to cater to them) with how he specifically called Ashbrook and Lee to let them know they were in the Return and to tell fans at .. was it Twin Peaks Fest UK?
Exciting times though. Still really hoping it's Peaks as I just find it the best thing to hang Lynch's insanity on. But, what will be will be. Do hope they can just officially announce the bloody thing and confirm if it's Peaks, Peaks adjacent, or it's own thing, just so we can set our expectations properly (though there is something to be said for a 'Split is actually an Unbreakable sequel!?!?' type surprise).