Original Twin Peaks cast members react shocked and enthused to David Lynch and Mark Frost's big reveal, but Richard Beymer, Kenneth Welsh, Wendy Robie and others hope to return. And the Log Lady, as usual, seems to know more...
With It's A Beautiful World, Richard Beymer (Benjamin Horne in Twin Peaks) gives us the unique opportunity to become part of David Lynch's entourage on a trip to India for his upcoming film on Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Two very rare photographic proof sheets documenting the last days of filming Twin Peaks are up for auction on eBay. Proof sheets C and E come with a certificate of authenticity signed by Richard Beymer in 2000, so you can be sure this is the real thing and no fake.
On June 18th 2011 at 8 PM, Richard Beymer's film about David Lynch will be screened for free at Bijou Cinema in Iowa City. Richard Beymer and producer Rob Wilson will attend the preview screening and stay for a Q&A afterwards.
Because there was no still photographer on the set during the filming of the last Twin Peaks episode, Richard Beymer (aka Ben Horne) was given permission by David Lynch to take some pictures on the set.
Sucks not to be in L.A. on February 12th, because that's the opening date of the In The Trees exhibition celebrating 20 years of Twin Peaks. Place to be: Clifton's Brookdale in Los Angeles, California. It seems to me that the exhibition only lasts a weekend, which is a pity because there will be a truly unique collection of art by David Lynch, Grace Zabriskie, Richard Beymer, Glenn Barr, Tim Biskup, Scott Campbell, Amy Casey, Paul Chatem, Ryan Heshka, Stella Im Hultberg, Jessica Joslin, Alice Lodge, Chris Mars, Elizabeth McGrath, Margaret Meyer, Brooke Weston, Eric White & Ashley Wood.