David Lynch will present a film that he had kept secret at the Cannes Film Festival


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The celebration of the Cannes Film Festival in its 75th edition is approaching, and many novelties are expected in the presentation of the event. However, now the official selection of tapes has been confirmed, and among all of them, it is surprising that David Lynch will present a new film, of which practically nothing was known.

Artistic director and general delegate of Cannes, Thierry Fremaux, selection committee, has received titles late for the festival, and is now in the midst of deliberations. What has delayed the official presentation of the tapes, and according to predictions, we could see the new Disney Pixar, ‘Lightyear’, as well as films by David Lynch and David Cronenberg.

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According to two sources from Variety, David Lynch will present a film that has remained secret, and which would star Laura Dern, although mention is made that it is not known if it would be a supporting role, or just a cameo in the movie. headband. In addition, it is mentioned that this film could present other actors and actresses with whom the director has worked.

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At the moment, no further details were offered about what the next film by acclaimed director David Lynch is about. But considering Lynch’s eccentricity, it’s hardly surprising. In addition, this project would involve several of his usual protagonists, such as Laura Dern, whom we know from ‘Jurassic Park’, and with whom he worked on ‘Blue Velvet’ and ‘Twin Peaks’.

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It is worth mentioning that it is not known if this film is actually what ‘Wisteria’ or ‘Unrecorded Night’ became, a series that Lura Dern and David Lynch were working on for Netflix, and of which the actress declared for Elle: ” I think fans should expect more and more radical and no-holds-barred art from David Lynch. And I know it will improve my life.”

In addition, the following films by directors such as George Miller, in charge of ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’, with Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba, are expected to be presented at the Cannes Film Festival. And ‘Crimes of the Future’, by David Cronenberg, starring Léa Seydoux, Kristen Stewart, and Viggo Mortensen.

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Other films such as James Gray’s ‘Armageddon Time’, Florian Zeller’s ‘The Father’, Alejandro González Iñárritu’s ‘Bardo’ and Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Bones and All’, which were speculated, could make an appearance at the Film Festival of Cannes have now been moved to the fall of this year. Now David Lynch’s mystery movie, which could be a pilot episode of his next series, has raised the expectations of all his fans.

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