David Lynch has been one of the most eccentric and artistic creators in the history of film. From his early release of Eraserheard to his Inland Empire, the man has been a mainstay in vanguard cinema that has never bent nor changed to Hollywood norms. While none of his projects have been massive box office hits, he has always been a respected director that does things his own way. With the spotlight shining on his revival of Twin Peaks on Showtime, the creative genius admits he's bowing out of the cinematic world.
When questioned by the Sydney Morning Herald, Lynch admitted Inland Empire was his final movie venture. He also had this to say about the feature:
“Things changed a lot…So many films were not doing well at the box office even though they might have been great films and the things that were doing well at the box office weren’t the things that I would want to do.”
For now, it seems that Lynch's foray into the strange and surreal will be limited to Twin Peaks.