Twin Peaks, the short-lived ’90s TV show with a dedicated cult following, is returning to television. Starring a pre-Sex and the City Kyle MacLachlan, the series was created by Mark Frost and avant-garde director David Lynch and centered on an FBI agent solving a murder in an eccentric small town. ABC canceled the show in 1991, but it was announced today that the series will air new episodes on Showtime in 2016.
Oh, come on! Another awards show for movie stars after the Oscars? You gotta be kidding! Well, not quite. Despite the attendance of stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, Clive Owen, Hugh Grant and Michelle Rodriguez—who had her trademark leather jacket on over her gown, you go Michelle—Abu Dhabi’s Laureus Awards celebrated the accomplishments of our world’s greatest athletes, including Tony Hawk, Monica Seles and Julius Irving. Who knew Kevin Spacey and Kyle MacLachlan had such love for the game? Or, for that matter, the United Arab Emirates?
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