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David Lynch cooking up another feature film, says Laura Dern

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Laura Dern has hinted that David Lynch is planning a return to feature filmmaking.

The director has not directed a feature since 2006's Inland Empire, in which Dern starred as an actress who loses her mind in the course of seeking a comeback role.


"I will be working with David Lynch when I'm 80," Dern promised. "He is cooking, he's cooking up trouble, and I will be part of that trouble.

"He's the consummate renaissance man, he just makes art wherever he can get his hands on it. But film, ultimately, I know is his great love, and I think he will always circle back to it. He's definitely cooking."


In recent years Lynch has embraced the internet as a mode of distribution, producing a series of short films including 2002's Rabbits and DumbLand.

"Even if I had a big idea, the world is different now," Lynch said of his future as a director last year. "Unfortunately, my ideas are not what you'd call commercial, and money really drives the boat these days."

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Laura Dern's new film The Fault in Our Stars is released in the UK tomorrow (June 19). Watch the stars of the film talk to Digital Spy below:

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