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Also, Sir Philip Green buys things for Kate Moss.
"It won't be a so-called David Lynch film, really ... "
Plus: Edward Norton must get stoned.
Because there are only so many hours in David Lynch's day, Werner Herzog wrote and directed this Lynchian, Lynch-produced lo-fi thriller that looks a lot like 'Inland Empire.'
Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like David Lynch will be involved.
Plus: Venezuela bans Coke Zero and wine man David Lynch leaves New York, all in our morning news roundup.
David Lynch announces a new online documentary series.
A great interview with Glenn Kenny, who worked with DFW on three pieces for 'Premiere' in the mid-nineties.
"It was as if I was in an elevator and someone cut the cables [makes a boom sound]. Within I went."
Plus: Mickey Rourke to make bad-seeming movie, for old time's sake.
'The Darkest Coffee' functions less as a commercial and more as a four-minute creepfest about the experience of consuming said hot beverage.