The Brooklyn venue that promises to "make your dreams come true" is about to do just that for David Lynch fans.
The Showtime reboot of the famed "Twin Peaks" TV series will be filming Monday at Grand Prospect Hall, the chandelier-laden reception hall with a campy — and in Lynch's hands, possibly creepy — vibe.
"Twin Peaks" (!?) shooting at Grand Prospect Hall. Trailers everywhere. pic.twitter.com/D8w9lPHCHZ— John Ness (@JohnNess) August 17, 2015
Lynch himself has been spotted at other filming locations for the show, which is scheduled to air on Showtime, but Grand Prospect Hall owner Michael Halkias told DNAinfo New York he hadn't yet spotted the "Blue Velvet" director.
Halkias said a crew of "hundreds of people" descended on Grand Prospect Hall to film starting on Sunday and would be there all day Monday. Security is tight and even employees of Grand Prospect Hall had to pass security clearance, Halkias said.
“We are under total occupation,” he said.
This isn't the first time Grand Prospect Hall has been on screen. In addition to hosting weddings and a new beer garden, the ornate building has served as the backdrop to Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tenenbaums" and a Foxy Brown music video, according to the venue's website.