David Lynch To Debut New Work June 5th

Is David Lynch playing his own doppelganger?

Today on his Twitter/X account, legendary filmmaker David Lynch released a 21-second video, announcing that something is happening on the fifth of June.

The 78 year old director, most well known for Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet, and Mulholland Drive, has been linked to several possible projects over the last few years. According to sources, he pitched an animated series to Netflix and was also working on what would have been a TV or Limited Series prior to the pandemic, which was thought to have been shelved.

David Lynch returned to the spotlight with 2017’s revival of Twin Peaks and fans have been anxiously awaiting what would be next for the maverick filmmaker. In his video today, Lynch simply said “Ladies and gentlemen, something is coming along for you to see and hear. And it will be coming along on June 5”.

David Lynch is also known for his short films, sculpting, photography, and canvas paintings. Lynch is an artist in the truest sense so what this new work could be is anyone’s guess. While fans are likely rooting for a film or series, Lynch has previously released a 17-minute short film on Netflix called What Did Jack Do about a monkey, so another short film is certainly a possibility. Whether that would be released on Netflix or perhaps even YouTube is a mystery and we all know how Lynch feels about mysteries.

25YL has reached out to sources close to Lynch and will update when we know more.

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Written by Andrew Grevas

Andrew is the Founder / Editor in Chief of 25YL. He’s engaged with 2 sons, a staunch defender of the series finales for both Lost & The Sopranos and watched Twin Peaks at the age of 5 during its original run, which explains a lot about his personality.

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