The American director David Lynch will not be directing a new season of the cult series ''Twin Peaks''.
Lynch, along with Mark Frost, directed the first two seasons of the series in the 1990s. However, he stressed via Twitter that the TV channel Showtime's revival project is not necessarily dead without him.
- But after one year and four months of negotiations, I have abandoned the project because there is not enough money to make the script in such a way that I felt that it should be made, he writes.
Showtime has not commented Lynch defection. Nine new episodes of the American cult series was scheduled to be recorded this year with the action set to be present time.
The premiere was announced in 2016 in connection with the 25th anniversary, and Lynch and Frost would write and produce all episodes, while Lynch would be the director.
The plot in the original series is happening in the town of Twin Peaks, there FBI agent Dale Cooper, played by Kyle MacLachlan, comes to solve the murder of teenager Laura Palmer. It is known that MacLachlan wanted to return to his role as Dale Cooper.
The joy was great among the "Twin Peaks" fans when it became known that the American director David Lynch would be directing nine new episodes of the series, nearly a quarter of a century after the first season. Now it is clear that Lynch drops out of the project.
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