Season 4? Or is it over after this?

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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby Jasper » Thu Nov 07, 2019 12:23 pm

JackwithOneEye wrote:yeah, paintings w raised texture, semi-sculpture, plus some lamps.

some of them super big, way more impressive in person than in pictures, internet.

i turned around at one point and there was ashbrook right behind me chewing gum and looking at a painting.


I found a few images. The big impasto paintings are some of my favorite Lynch things, so I’m really happy that he’s been at that. One interesting thing in the show is the repeated appearance of a character named Billy. A certain (or uncertain) Billy was a mysterious, oft-mentioned individual in s3, spoken of by repeatedly by Audrey, as well as by random characters in the Roadhouse. Here are a couple of appearances of the painted character of the same name:



Billy Sings the Tune for the Death Row Shuffle
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Billy (And His Friends) Did Find Sally in the Tree
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This gives a sense of scale:
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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby Jonah » Thu Nov 07, 2019 12:42 pm

LateReg wrote:The key thing that I believe a lot of us are overlooking is in the first (I think) article that picked up the news. I'm too lazy to look back to which website it was, but they claimed that they had a source who told them that a Season 4 was happening, and they said it was the same source who told them other things in the past that they reproted early that ended up being true. Stuff having to do with Star Wars and the upcoming Ghostbusters. That, more than the HHM tweet, makes me curious. The question is whether their source for those rumors is HHM, or the same insider that supposedly spilled beans to HHM, or someone else entirely. Who gave them the inside info in the past? That's the thing that is actually worth finding out about this whole situation, imo.....


Jonah wrote:I believe what you're referring to is WeGotThisCovered.com. And this is the link - https://wegotthiscovered.com/tv/showtim ... ks-season/

I'm not sure how trustworthy/reliable they are. I believe they had announced Blumhouse was working on the Scream franchise, and then Blumhouse shut that down, and they claimed someone else was working on the franchise and they got their facts mixed up but that the scoop was still true. Around that time, I believe I read some people online saying they were full of *****. But not sure if that means they're prone to announcing things that aren't true or not as I really don't know anything about them and they do seem to have gotten genuine scoops (Star Wars, etc.) so maybe someone else here can weigh in on how credible they are.


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We Got This Covered is notoriously unreliable as far as movie and TV rumors go.


Update based on the above comments - WeGotThisCovered reporting on more TP: Well, a new Scream has just been announced! So it seems they were right about this - or sort of right. They got the Blumhouse angle wrong. And others have said they were right about Star Wars. They may definitely be unreliable in general like Tyler says (I don't know either way) but now that the Scream movie has been announced, and the previous Star Wars thing, that means they were right with two fairly big things (even if they're generally unreliable). So could they be right about Twin Peaks Season 4 too?

Also, they reported on this before the HHM right? Did their report just come out of nowhere or was it based on the Salish Lodge post or Lynch's tweet or just came out of nowhere? Interesting if that's the case.
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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby LateReg » Thu Nov 07, 2019 6:02 pm

Jonah wrote:
Also, they reported on this before the HHM right? Did their report just come out of nowhere or was it based on the Salish Lodge post or Lynch's tweet or just came out of nowhere? Interesting if that's the case.


HHM was first, but they were the first to publish an article, in which they cited "sources." Those sources also got Ghostbusters right, so I guess they're hit or miss.
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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby AXX°N N. » Thu Nov 07, 2019 6:24 pm

Jasper wrote:The big impasto paintings are some of my favorite Lynch things, so I’m really happy that he’s been at that. One interesting thing in the show is the repeated appearance of a character named Billy.


I wouldn't put too much literal stock into the shared name. There's also a recurring reference to a "Bob" in many of his paintings.

And yeah, his impastos are my favorite of his paintings. I was never really into anything he did until those, which was somewhere in the mid-00s (for instance nothing much I like in his book 'Images') but I really feel like he came into a style of his own with these, and I like almost all of 'em. He's referred to them as "sort of maybe like comics" and I think that's true, and that it shows he works best, even in paintings, when there's at least a loose/abstract narrative thread. Or at least that that's what he's ultimately drawn toward.
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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby krishnanspace » Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:45 pm

Saw a lot of photos and videos on Instagram. Lynch looks healthy in those. Sabrina was also with him
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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby Jasper » Fri Nov 08, 2019 9:56 am

AXX°N N. wrote:
Jasper wrote:The big impasto paintings are some of my favorite Lynch things, so I’m really happy that he’s been at that. One interesting thing in the show is the repeated appearance of a character named Billy.


I wouldn't put too much literal stock into the shared name. There's also a recurring reference to a "Bob" in many of his paintings.


I very much agree, but it's interesting that certain names are always floating around in his mind. Frank, Diane, Billy, etc. This Billy's head floats off like a creepy old Mickey Mouse toy, and he seems to have decapitated a cat or a racoon or something. It reminds me of the head that floats off from the woodsman in the jail cell, which I think has some connection to the missing Briggs head, not that any of this is necessarily related in meaning. I'm making an effort to remain at least somewhat on topic.
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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby tylergfoster » Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:16 pm

LateReg wrote:
Jonah wrote:
Also, they reported on this before the HHM right? Did their report just come out of nowhere or was it based on the Salish Lodge post or Lynch's tweet or just came out of nowhere? Interesting if that's the case.


HHM was first, but they were the first to publish an article, in which they cited "sources." Those sources also got Ghostbusters right, so I guess they're hit or miss.
This is kinda their gambit.

One of the only things in the world I'm a bigger fan of than "Twin Peaks" is Ghostbusters (I actually just hopped over here from my Ghostbusters forum!), and their so-called plot and character details for the upcoming movie aren't even correct. If you actually click through to the piece from the "Peaks" one, you'll see that their character breakdown says the two young kids "meet." However, the only official details the studio has since provided are that Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, and Mckenna Grace are a family, the latter two being the two kids. Obviously, two family members are not going to meet in the film, not to mention, the younger cast is rounded out by two others that are conspicuously absent from WGTC's breakdown, played by Logan Kim and Celeste O'Connor. Since people don't reread the original story and see that it doesn't align with the stuff we know now, the link looks like it adds to the site's credibility.

Another recent Ghostbusters piece from WGTC also repeats the embarrassingly dumb internet rumor that Bill Murray was sued to appear in Ghostbusters (2016), which is something that comes from the Sony leaks but falls apart if you know how to...read a calendar (the email they're citing is from 2013, the same leaks prove that Feig pitched a reboot for the very first time an entire year later).

The "Twin Peaks" thing stinks of the same setup. They got arrogant and mentioned two seasons, I believe. They are no doubt hedging their bets on the series returning, and then they'll link to that article and say they were one of the first to report on the show being renewed without mentioning half of what they wrote was BS.

The real question is what their track record would look like the other way around: dig up every rumor article and find out how many were debunked rather than let them wave a few vaguely true stories in front of their readers every time they report on a wild rumor.
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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby eyeboogers » Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:28 am

tylergfoster wrote:The "Twin Peaks" thing stinks of the same setup. They got arrogant and mentioned two seasons, I believe.


That wasn't them. I will not mention the source of that particular rumour since that alone would be unearned publicity :-)
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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby BGate » Sun Nov 10, 2019 5:05 pm

I swear it's like some people have never been on the internet before. If you don't think that site is transparent clickbait garbage after looking at it for five seconds I don't what to tell you. Just the idea that they have a single source who has inside info about Ghostbusters AND Twin Peaks is so laughable to begin with. I assure you if people in the industry not directly tied to Twin Peaks knew about new TP content forthcoming it would have been reported by a reputable outlet by now. The HHM thing is different because the implication is that their "source" is someone in the TP world.
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Re: Season 4? Or is it over after this?

Postby LateReg » Mon Nov 11, 2019 11:30 am

BGate wrote:I swear it's like some people have never been on the internet before. If you don't think that site is transparent clickbait garbage after looking at it for five seconds I don't what to tell you. Just the idea that they have a single source who has inside info about Ghostbusters AND Twin Peaks is so laughable to begin with. I assure you if people in the industry not directly tied to Twin Peaks knew about new TP content forthcoming it would have been reported by a reputable outlet by now. The HHM thing is different because the implication is that their "source" is someone in the TP world.


Hey hey now. We can think it's transparent clickbait garbage and note that they've been right as many times as they've been wrong before. Because that's more fun and at least kind of cause for hopeful speculation. I was just wondering if their so-called source, assuming it exists, is the same one who told them the things they've been right about before. Sleuthin' it up.

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