Twin Peaks revival not happening, says co-creator Mark Frost

From The Guardian

Excitement around a potential revival of the cult TV show Twin Peaks has been quelled by creator Mark Frost

• David Lynch's special issue of Guardian Film & Music

Fans of David Lynch's TV series Twin Peaks have long been hoping for more white horses, Log Ladies and slices of cherry pie since it finished in 1991, and excitement about its return exploded after a casting call for the show was posted online. But the co-creator of the show, Mark Frost, has gone on Twitter to call it "another strange baseless rumor".

The callout from Sande Alessi Casting read: "Twin Peaks Promo. Directed by David Lynch. Shoots in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 7, 2014... Hot Caucasian girl – Brunette Or Redheads Only to play waitress. Age 18-27. Must have an amazing body. Busty, very period looking face." There are reports that a Blu-Ray boxset of the show is being prepared, with spin-off film Fire Walk With Me included.

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