bosguy1981 wrote:I agree with those of us who are saying it's not an accident that Frost unfollowed Lynch on Twitter. He did so deliberately. And let's be honest, he knows Twin Peaks fans online keep an eye out like hawks so I doubt it didn't occur to Frost that we'd probably notice.
My bet is either an unpleasant break in their "friendship" occurred (as I suggested in my long previous post) and Frost is just cutting the online ties after the fact; or something that could actually be positive news for at least some of us: Lynch IS interested in continuing the Twin Peaks story but he's let Frost know he wants to do it solo, without Mark. And Mark has been informed of this. If so, and after some of the not-nice (and possibly not-so-honest) things said about Mark Frost in David Lynch's official book... Unfollow.
Personally, I doubt it's because Lynch is already working on new TP without Mark but you must admit, it's a possibility and could explain a rift of sorts between them now.
I agree that there could be a situation where Lynch pursues Twin Peaks paths without Frost, but what would Lynch need to do so? Just Frost's blessing, or are there legal ramifications? Or of course there's just a difference of opinion and the two can't see eye to eye on the future of the project and thus decided there is no future. A further option along those lines is that they were thinking of more Twin Peaks and even brainstorming/writing, but that something else called to Lynch and he let Frost know that he's going to pursue another project instead.
MT's comment about working for a narcissist is interesting, though. I wonder what could be got out of that. Though would Frost consider himself to be working for Lynch, or WITH him? I'd think it would be the latter.