David Lynch will not premiere any film at Cannes

David Lynch will not premiere any film at Cannes
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Yesterday was  a real roller coaster in the hearts of moviegoers  around the world. First, variety reported through two relevant sources that filmmaker  David Lynch was shooting a secret movie  to present at the Cannes Film Festival earlier in the day. Then, hours later, it was Lynch himself who, through  Entertainment Weekly, denied the information , slamming all the hopes that the information had generated for us. But is this part of a strategy so that his appearance in the French film competition is a surprise, or does the director of  Twin Peaks  have nothing on his hands?

The thing is that the way in which the Montana filmmaker has denied the information could be part of the script of one of his films. To point out that he was not going to release any film, the director of  A True Story  took a more extended trip than the protagonist of that  road movie "That's totally a rumor. So you already know. It's not going to happen. I don't have any projects. I have nothing in Cannes. It's a shame. One has been bundled that people have thought: 'Oh, that would be nice.' But there is something new, but it is not mine. I don't know whose it is. "

The hopes of the fans of the dreamlike filmmaker are sustained around the mystery of that premiere that he himself does not claim to know, but... if you are going to deny your participation, why to feed the  hype  about an unknown film that is going to premiere in Cannes? ?  "They say there's something new at Cannes, and they don't say whose it is, and some people have thought it was my film, but it's not. So it's time to wait and see whose it is ," Lynch told EW.

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According to himself, he is sculpting, painting, and supervising the remastering of Lost Highway. If the director really premiered their work at the festival, we would have a meeting of great renown in the mecca of French cinema with George Mille and David Cronenberg, who do have an official premiere confirmed at Cannes . And if it were a series instead of a movie Be that as it may, Lynch hasn't directed a feature film since  2006's  Inland Empire  with his fetish actress Laura Dern.

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