Behind The Scenes: David Lynch, Kyle MacLachlan And Laura Dern Experience A Blue Velvet Flashback While Filming Twin Peaks

David Lynch directs Kyle MacLachlan & Laura Dern in Twin Peaks: Part 18

Twin Peaks: The Return The Third Season A Limited Event Series —the final title for this release (until further notice)— will be out on Blu-ray and DVD on December 5, 2017. CBS Home Entertainment today shared a preview clip with EW from their upcoming release’s behind the scenes material.

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The short clip below is part of “Impressions: A Journey Behind the Scenes of Twin Peaks,” a set of 10 short films (find all their titles here) directed by Jason S., who’s been a fly on David Lynch’s wall for years and shot most of the footage you see in David Lynch: The Art Life.

Holding a Venti Starbucks cup in his left hand, David Lynch directs “Kale” and “Tidbit,” his longstanding nicknames for Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern, in what most fans consider one of the most unsettling scenes in the entire series. After rehearsing Cooper and Diane’s kiss (the second one in the series, but apparently the first one they shot), the actors and the director all share a flashback to being on the set of Blue Velvet back in 1985. “This is very strange, isn’t it,” says David Lynch and Kyle MacLachlan cracks a joke about Isabella Rossellini walking through the motel door.

Preview: “The Man With The Gray Elevated Hair” from “Impressions: A Journey Behind the Scenes of Twin Peaks”

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Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.


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  1. Aw man, I liked it better when they called it The Third Season. Besides being what it effectively is, it left the door open for another season. I know Lynch has said there might be more years down the road but “A Limited Event Series” just sounds dumb

    Oh well.

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