It looks like Sony will not be putting out The Interview at all.
In a statement, the studio said:
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If you haven't seen the original Twin Peaks, we have to break up! We're sorry, but that's the way it is! Don't make a scene!
Twin Peaks is one of the BEST shows, regardless of having been canceled just two seasons into the series… which was a cray decision! We mean, why wouldn't the network want to keep a David Lynch show around?? It's too delightfully weird not to, even if it wasn't getting the best ratings!
“something we talk about from time to time… If we ever do decide to move forward. I know we have a rich trove to draw from.”
That's not the only thing, though. There was an anonymous source saying that he was recently part of a meeting with NBC execs and David Lynch. It's not verifiable, of course, but hey — a lot of industry rumors come about, and some of them have a habit of being dead on.
The most encouraging sign that this might be possible is that David has made his way back to television. He has a recurring character on The Cleveland Show and had a spot on Louie.
While there's no real confirmation that this is happening for sure, it's a dream that we want to happen — and now's the best time television landscape-wise to do it!
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