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A Sequel To Mulholland Drive In The Works??

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All right, how the eff would this even make sense?

Actress Laura Harring is claiming that director David Lynch's next project is a sequel to his 2001 dose of WTF, Mulholland Drive!

She said:

"I'm very sure it's coming, it's being born… I cannot really tell you how I know."

Okay, we seriously think her shiteous stint on Gossip Girl gave her a taste of relevancy and she's just trying to generate buzz for herself!

We just can't see a sequel working for a film like that. And would Naomi Watts agree to come back?? Or would she even need to??

This is giving us a headache.

What do U think?? Would U want to see a Mulholland Drive 2??

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30 comments to “A Sequel To Mulholland Drive In The Works??”

  1. 1

    Not sure why it would be an issue if Naomi would do a sequel or not. I am sure if David Lynch wanted to she would do it. After all it was that film that put her in the public eye.

  2. sonny says – reply to this


    Mulholland Drive was the worst movie I have ever seen. I had a movie night at my house and it was the most bizarre, fragmented movie…I kept thinking that it would all come together in the end. It didn't. After over 3 hours of torture, my friends were about to kill me for making them watch such a lame film.

  3. 3

    this would be so awesome if were true!

  4. 4

    @sonny - your a dumbass .. one of the best movies that year for sure .. just because you couldn't figure it out doesn't mean it was "lame" . Go watch some Adam Sandler comedy and shut up ..

  5. 5

    probably a easy short film

  6. 6

    There's no sequel there. MD1 was a big bag of gas anyway, which I took to be an unnecessarily obtuse examination of the problems blondes have in Hollywood. Or not.

  7. 7

    IMHO, Mulholland Drive will be recognized as a cinematic classic, just like Jean Renoir's "Grand Illusion" and other movies that took a few years to finally be appreciated.

    Weird, disjointed, non-linear, Eraserhead 2.0–sure. But a gem nonetheless.

  8. 8

    I've never heard of it. Oh the shame. And I love Naomi. Boo me. I'll rent it.

  9. 9

    i'm a huge david lynch fan,and i'm always looking forward to his new films.don't forget that mulholland drive was initially planned as a tv series,so im sure there are a lot more ideas that have been left out.

  10. 10


  11. 11

    Re: sonny
    i think you didn't enjoy the film because you tried a bit too hard to work out what the plot was.david lynch is a primarily a visual artist,the cinematography in mulholland drive is great and very worth watching.and the film really does make sense:-)you just have to let go and get drowned in the experince.

  12. 12

    Re: JaneMancini
    totally agree with you.

  13. 13

    i love david lynch. mulholland drive was one of his weirder movies, but it was supposed to be a pilot for a tv series. the series did not get off the gorund, so they redid the ending and made a movie. it was very entertaining, but confusing because there was supposed to be so much more to the story. i would see part 2, or anything he does. although i'd rather see a follow up to twin peaks.

  14. 14

    PEREZ - you are right - WTF, WTF what a waste of celluloid.

    @sonny - you are right on but…I wasn't at home. I was in the theater. I let my friend choose it because I usually decide on the movie choice. I desperately wanted to leave but hoped it would come together. It never did but it did introduce me to the wonderful Naomi Watts.

    I love, love, loved Twin Peaks but never again will David Lynch cross my path. If you want to see the second generation of Lynch-insanity? Watch "Surveillance". 97 minutes of my life I'll never get back.

  15. mwall says – reply to this


    David Lynch"s Mulholland Drive was perhaps the best movie of all time. If there is a sequel, you can be assured that Lynch would be prophetic. That movie introduced Naomi Watts to American cinema.

  16. 16

    HELL YES I WOULD SEE IT. not only is it a great film, there is hot lesbian action.

  17. 17

    Godfuckingdammit, LYNCH. How about more TWIN PEAKS???? No one gives a shit about Mulholland Drive, especially ME!!!!!!

  18. 18

    I LOVE THIS BIZARRE MOVIE. The way I understood it is that a large part of the "action" didn't really happen…it was all in Naomi's head. (Her character's head). It was how she WANTED it to be….she came to Hollywood all innocent and full of hope looking for love and success. So the first part was her fantasy. The second part was the REALITY of it all….she didn't find love, she didn't find success….she was used, abused…and she became a complete bitch and murderess b/c of it and her life was ruined. That's it in a nutshell! :D
    Also, I think this movie was the first time I saw how the ending is shown before the actual events. Though in this case….first they show the fantasy…then the ending…then the REAL events leading up to the ending.

  19. 19

    mulholland drive is one of the most praised films in history……doing a sequel will taint its name……and is unoriginal

  20. 20

    I JUST watched mulholland dr. last night. lol, weird. and it sucked balls. my bf and I turned it off before they even cleared up what was going on. if it takes you that long to get to the juicy part, I suggest you hire a new editor. lame movie

  21. 21

    I can't see this happening, Lync doesn't do sequels.

    If anything he would reboot Twin Peaks then do a sequel to Mulholland drive.

  22. 22

    Hopefully this won't happen. I would be another Fire Walk with Me. David Lynch is brilliant but he's very eccentric and a little wacky I hope someone close to him stops this.

  23. 23

    i did not understand crap from that movie. but i have friends that swear it's one of the best films ever made. there must be something to it. probably to highbrow for me. o_O

  24. 24

    The idea of a sequel is weird because both Laura and Naomi die in MD

  25. 25

    absolutely loved mulholland drive, even though i didn't understand it at all
    but a sequel just wouldn't make any sense!

  26. 26

    "Inland Empire" was pretty much a Sequel to "Mulholland Dr."

  27. 27

    I loved the first one and will definitley see the sequel.

  28. 28

    Loved MH. Schizophrenia at it's best. Can't imagine what the sequel would hold, but I'll be watching!

  29. 29

    what the hell?

  30. 30

    I know many didn't undestand Inland Empire (it was very anti-hollywood) but David Lynch almost always makes a masterpiece of whatever he touches. So it would probably be great. Those who says they didn't understand Mulholland Drive: the two girls are re-united at the end, in death. The beginning is all about amnesia. The girl is living both her past and the future at the same time, because she is as-dead, and it will take her some time to realize that
    (that's the easy "ghost-needs-to-enter-the-light" angle, but there is also a metaphorical angle, one which is formalistically about cinema). By the way, Mullholand Drive has been named best film of the 2000 decade by about 150 big film critics. It's like saying that a film by Tarkovsky that you've never seen is a huge classic. There is cinema, and then the art of cinema.