Twin Peaks is still set to return after a 25-year hiatus, despite cryptic comments made by co-creator David Lynch, Entertainment Weekly reports.
"Nothing is going on that's any more than any preproduction process with David Lynch," an unnamed source told the publication. "Everything is moving forward and everybody is crazy thrilled and excited."
During a recent exhibition in Australia, Lynch reportedly said there were "complications" with the project, and that he was "not sure at this point if it's happening." According to EW, Showtime — which greenlit the show's limited run — already has Lynch's scripts. Kyle MacLachlan, who played Agent Cooper in the show, is still expected to reprise that role.
However, Lynch's involvement with the project remains murky. In an interview with ABC News show The Mix, captured below via Instagram by welcometotwinpeaks, Lynch spoke about his return to the show, or lack thereof.
"I haven't returned yet," Lynch said. "We're still working on the contract. But I love the world of Twin Peaks, and I love those characters."
David Lynch reponds to the question what it feels like to return to Twin Peaks after 25 years: "I haven't returned yet. And we're still working on the contract. But I love the world of Twin Peaks and I love those characters. And I think it will be very special to go back into that world." Source: #TheMix #ABCNews #DavidLynch #TwinPeaks2016