Twin Peaks Filming In Everett

October 7, 2015

Everett, Everett Economy

Twin peaks set

It’s always nice to have Hollywood money come to Everett,

An Everett house that was used in the pilot of the “Twin Peaks” TV show as well as the movie “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me” is getting another visit from the David Lynch crew as they shoot for Showtime.

Today the City of Everett issued the following press release about the filming in Everett this week…

A popular television series is filming today, Oct. 7, and Friday, Oct. 9, at a home on 33rd Street on Rucker Hill. Filming will require outdoor lighting at night. Nearby residents may also hear dramatic screams on Friday evening.

The crew of 70-100 will close Kromer Avenue between Laurel Drive and Pacific Avenue and 33rd Street between Kromer Avenue and Laurel Drive. Off-duty Everett police officers will be on hand to assist with traffic control. The film crew has gone door-to-door to let neighbors know about the activity and has secured the necessary City permits to ensure a safe and quick film shoot.

The crew will also film along Pigeon Creek Road, which is closed to the public, on Wednesday.

Please note that the film crew is not soliciting extras.


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