New Twin Peaks Blu-Ray Set May Go Beyond End Of Second Season
But do we finally meet Diane?
Ninety minutes of never-before-seen Twin Peaks footage will be available on The Entire Mystery Blu-ray set come July 29th. But will tying up some of the mystery’s loose ends be worth $119.00? Starpulse and Variety got a sneak peak (forgive me) at the box set’s deleted scenes, and it seems like viewers who were left dissatisfied by the series finale would be well advised to start saving up.
Starpulse reports that the DVD features boast far more David Bowie and Kyle MacLachlan than the original film (always a good thing), give more screen time to Laura’s parents, and reveal a deleted scene between Leland and his daughter that might provide motivation for her untimely death. Obviously all of these insights are still fairly cryptic, but if your curiosity has been peaked (HELP I CAN’T STOP), then the Blu-Ray might be a worthy investment.
Most intriguingly, Starpulse also reports that the deleted scenes may provide some insight into what happens to the people of Peakdom after the Season 2 finale. I would probably pay $120.00 for that kind of closure alone.
If you’re interested in seeing a heartwarming Peaks reunion, Variety has some pictures of the gang assembling to enjoy doughnuts and cups of coffee at the Entire Mystery screening–sadly, David Duchovny in a dress appears to be absent.
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