In November of 2020, it was announced that David Lynch is writing and directing a new series for Netflix, titled Wisteria (the alternate working title is Unrecorded Night). The November 26 issue of the industry trade publication Production Weekly revealed that filming for the show will begin in May of 2021. So far, we know that Lynch's previous collaborator Sabrina S. Sutherland is producing the series, and Peter Deming is the director of photography. Lynch has been keeping most of the other details about the show a secret for now, but a recent hint about Twin Peaks star Kyle MacLachlan's involvement in the series has fans thrilled in anticipation. MacLachlan posted this photo of wisteria flowers to his Instagram account with the caption "Beeutiful. #wisteria". Many fans in the comment section were quick to see this post as a sign that MacLachlan, one of Lynch's long-time previous collaborators, will have a role in Lynch's upcoming show, leaving comments such as "IS THIS WHAT I THINK IT IS" and "Kyle give us something. Give us a hint. We want answers. I can't sleep because of it."
Kyle MacLachlan, who played Agent Cooper on Twin Peaks, hopped on his exercise bike to lip-sync the iconic scene in which he drives into the town of Twin Peaks while dictating to his assistant, Diane. Here's the original, which aired only yesterday, on February 24, 1989: READ THE REST
As a fan of David Lynch's painting, movies, television shows, daily weather reports, and Today's Number videos, I enjoyed this YouTube video titled "David Lynch being a Madman for a Relentless 8 minutes and 30 seconds." I learned that Lynch calls Kyle MacLachlan "Kale" because that's how Dino De Laurentiis pronounced it during the production… READ THE REST
A couple of weeks ago, while giving his daily YouTube weather report, David Lynch showed a large jar he had painted black with a white stripe around it. He said he had painted it for a reason, but did not elucidate. Recently, he revealed the purpose of the jar. It contains 10 ping pong balls… READ THE REST
Microsoft Excel is one of those programs everyone has used at one time or another. In fact, 750 million people, almost 10 percent of the global population, has noodled around with Excel's spreadsheets, cells, and pivot tables before. But while 750 million people may have engaged with Excel, that doesn't mean 750 million people are… READ THE REST
Asking someone to use the Adobe Creative Cloud apps is sort of like rooting for the house in blackjack. They already control the game, the game pieces, and most of the players, so why tilt the odds even more in their favor? Well, the reason the Adobe fleet of digital creation apps is so ubiquitous… READ THE REST
If you've got a dog as a member of your family, there's about a 1 in 3 chance that you got your furry friend from a breeder. That may offer you some insight into your dog's background and family tree, but it doesn't always answer all of your questions about the full history hiding behind… READ THE REST