David Lynch’s new photography exhibition has a preview trailer

It starts tomorrow and runs until the middle of March – it’s David Lynch’s “Small Stories” at the Maison Européene de la photographie in Paris. And Lynch has created this Lynchian trailer to promote it. I want to go, now (as if there weren’t enough good reasons to go to Paris anyway).

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Wednesday’s “McKellen and Stewart return as X-Men, another Jeffrey Archer adaptation and Julian Fellowes goes US” news

Films

Film casting

  • Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender and Nicholas Hoult all returning for next X-Men movie
  • Guy Pearce, Rosamund Pike and Bryan Brown join Violet Town
  • Cate Blanchett to play stepmother in Cinderella

Commercials

  • Damian Lewis, Shannyn Sossamon and Jordi Molla to star in Ridley Scott’s Jaguar short film Desire

Canadian TV

UK TV

US TV

US TV casting

New US TV shows

  • Julian Fellowes to write period drama The Gilded Cage for NBC
  • AMC orders period spy drama Turn and 1980s computer drama Halt & Catch Fire

New US TV show casting

US TV

Arrested Development: the art show

I still might not ‘get’ Arrested Development, but I understand a lot of people like it. Enough people, in fact, that there’s going to be a one-day art show in Los Angeles dedicated to the programme. It looks pretty good, actually.

The Bluths

Tobias dolls

“There’s Always Money In The Banana Stand” will run for one day only on June 29th and will run from 7-10pm.

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Thursday’s “wrong Gogh” news

Film

Art

Theater

British TV

US TV

  • HBO acquires BBC2’s Life’s Too Short