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'Twin Peaks' Blu-ray set to contain 90 minutes of lost footage.

Product shot of 'Twin Peaks' Box Set
Product shot of 'Twin Peaks' Box Set
Product shot of 'Twin Peaks' Blu-ray box set

David Lynch's cult classic series 'Twin Peaks' turns 25 next month, and fans have a big treat in store. Lynch is releasing a deluxe blu-ray box set on July 29th.

In addition to having each episode of both seasons of the show, the filmic prequel 'Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me' will also be included. But wait, there's more; Lynch will also include over 90 minutes of lost footage that has never been seen, until now.

The box set including the film has been a project spurred entirely by longtime fans of the show, who sent a petition to Lynch asking for an all-inclusive set of the murder-mystery with extra footage and featurettes, and he's obliged and supervised the project personally.

The process was easier said than done; Lynch has never screened the extra footage due to his viewing them as too rough and unfinished. But CBS Digital came to the rescue for restoration. Actor Ray Wise, who played Leland Palmer on the series, has teased there will be newly shot scenes and goodies contained in the box set as well.

Entertainment Weekly has posted a preview of the lost scenes as well as statement from Lynch himself; “During the last days in the life of Laura Palmer many things happened, which have never been seen before. They’re here now alongside the new transfer of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me and Twin Peaks, the television series.”

So heat up cherry pie and pour yourself a cup of coffee, and check out the clip. It's time to delve back in to the eerie, surreal Pacific Northwest town, and the murder of young Laura Palmer.

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