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Ray Wise Hints At Twin Peaks “25 Years Later”

The Packard rumor mill continues to spin in the town of Twin Peaks. After dropping two major “Twin Peaks might return” bombs in 2013 and recently confirming that David Lynch shot something related to Twin Peaks, Ray Wise continues to tease us. Those who are tired of all the speculation are free to stop reading now, but in an interview with David Wangberg last Friday, Ray said the following about the possibility of a Twin Peaks remake:

They wouldn’t remake it. If anything was done, it would be 25 years later. It would never be a remake of anything we already did. Maybe you just didn’t mean to use that word, I don’t know. A remake, no, but it would be something new and fresh. David always said the town of “Twin Peaks” is still there; it’s still going on whether we watch it or not. So, who knows what’ll happen in the future? It would be 25 years later, not anything remade. Does that answer your question?

This being said after last week’s Twin Peaks shoot and Ray explicitly mentioning “25 years later” multiple times, pretty much insinuates David Lynch and Mark Frost will be taking us back to town (or more likely: The Black Lodge) soon for a brief meeting with Dale Cooper, Laura Palmer and probably a few of our favorite doppelgängers!

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"I'll see you again in 25 years" -Laura Palmer




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Ray Wise Hints At Twin Peaks "25 Years Later"

Ray Wise is now explicitly talking about Twin Peaks 25 years later. I'll see you again in 25 years? We just might, Laura Palmer!

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