Spoilers are quite common in both film and television these days as no one can seem to keep their mouth shut but David Lynch has found a way to keep the cast and crew of ‘Twin Peaks‘ quiet on what was going on. In fact, it sounds like they still don’t know how the show is going to play out when it airs on Showtime.

How does that work exactly? According to Lynch:

“There isn’t really a need to have everybody read the whole script. So they get their scenes. And when we work together, they ask many questions, and they get answers. People get what they need.”

So if no one was able to read the entire script, they couldn’t spoil moments from any scenes that they weren’t in. Without the cast and crew knowing the whole story it does make it a little bit easier to keep it under wraps, though you’d think at least one of two scenes would have made their way online by now.

Lynch has been doing this for quite some time now though and clearly has earned the respect of those who he has worked with. I, for one, am happier for it. ‘Twin Peaks’ was always a mystery and going into this revival, I’m loving the fact that it will still be full of surprises without having a clue what Kyle MacLachlan’s Agent Dale Cooper is going to be up to or how he returns quite yet.

Do you approve that Lynch kept the majority of the cast in the dark on anything that they weren’t directly a part of? Share your thoughts below!

‘Twin Peaks’ returns on Showtime on May 21st, 2017!

Source: GQ

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