Jonah wrote:Will there be another season? is what he was asked. “I don’t think very likely, but never say never" was his answer. Why not just say "I hope so" or "we'll see" or "I don't know yet" .
What do you think the reaction would be here/twitter/etc if he said "We'll see"?
I mean, I still think "we'll see" is pretty vague and non-committal, but I guess some people could read it as there will be a Season 4. My point was, though, that he could be neutral about Season 4, say he doesn't know but he'd like to do it, without saying "unlikely". Saying "unlikely" doesn't seem like he's just saying that to dampen the rumours and surprise us later on. It sounds like he genuinely thinks it's unlikely. Which isn't great. Why even say that at all?
N. Needleman wrote:
Jonah wrote:What is the most recent quote from Lynch? Wasn't there one that said "there is an ending"?
That was always misquoted. That answer was in response to a specific question about the ending of Season 3, not the show at large.
Jonah wrote:What is the most recent quote from Lynch? Wasn't there one that said "there is an ending"? And also one where he said "I can't talk about it now" (that might be older though)? Anything else, anything recent regarding S4?
FWIW, in July he did a Q/A for an art festival in Manchester. One of the questions was "What do you think is happening in the town of Twin Peaks right at this moment?"
After a long pause, he says: "It's a very troubling afternoon there." (Still talking about the "disturbances"?)
You can watch the video here:https://twitter.com/MIFestival/status/1147590074919526401
That does sound like a reference to the writing being in progress. It could also refer to negotiations with Showtime. Or simply the final scene we saw (even though that was night). But probably the first thing.
eyeboogers wrote:Mark Frost has specially said that the cycle has not yet been completed
Now that's pretty cool. Do you have a link or any more detail on this one?