Peter Sarsgaard is not joining the cast of Twin Peaks, despite previous reports to the contrary.
Sarsgaard spoke with Entertainment Weekly on Wednesday and denied the claims he was joining the revival of the cult classic series.
"I'm not doing Twin Peaks," he said, flat out. "But it certainly was a rumor that was not founded on nothing."
While Sarsgaard may not be starring in the Twin Peaks revival, he is a huge fan.
"I would love to be in Twin Peaks," he admitted. "I watched them all, I think twice."
Sarsgaard was previously announced to be joining Twin Peaks in a TVLine report from earlier in the month. Showtime, the network that will air the revival, failed to confirm the report at the time.
Very little has been confirmed by Twin Peaks co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost or Showtime other than the return of star Kyle MacLachlan. MacLachlan played Special Agent Dale Cooper in the series, the quirky main character who has a penchant for cherry pie, "damn fine coffee" and those marvelous Douglas firs.
There have been other reports of actors like Amanda Seyfried and Balthazar Getty joining Twin Peaks, but after the Sarsgaard update, it's hard to tell what's true or false anymore.
Twin Peaks is currently in production and is expected to air sometime in 2017. Showtime has not yet confirmed a specific premiere date.