Was there any doubt the guy behind Mulholland Dr and Blue Velvet could throw an epic shindig??
Acclaimed director David Lynch teamed up with Dom Pérignon Wednesday night to throw a wicked-sweet El Lay bash!!
A whole slew of odd-but-awesome celebs were reportedly in attendance, including Marilyn Manson, Kelly Osbourne, and Fifty Shades obsessed novelist Bret Easton Ellis!!
With live performances by The Kills and Diplo, and all those eccentric A-listers, we bet there was more booze-based debauchery than an SNL after-party in 1982!!
We just wish we could've been there, LOLz!!
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]
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Filmmaker David Lynch thinks Transcendental Meditation can help war veterans overcome post-traumatic stress and reintegrate into civilian life — so much so that he's betting $1 million on it!
The David Lynch Foundation, dedicated to teaching at-risk groups "scientifically proven stress-reducing" meditative techniques, has launched Operation Warrior Wellness to benefit 10,000 veterans and their families.
The man behind cinema classics like Mulholland Drive and Blue Velvet, who swears practicing TM for over 30 years has changed his life, told sources:
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Always make sure to finalize your divorce before your death!
That’s the lesson that we learn from Dennis Hopper’s post-mortem issues with his not-quite-ex-wife Victoria Hopper. Dennis tried to divorce her before he passed away, but he didn’t succeed, and now she’s making life difficult for the Hopper estate.
Dennis’ estate is trying to sell his $6 million Venice compound in an effort to pay off his debts, but Victoria refuses to leave, even after being offered another home in Brentwood.
Come on Dennis! All you’d need to do is return to your compound and haunt Victoria in the form of your character Frank Booth from Blue Velvet, and you know she’d run the hell out of there.
[Image via WENN.]
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