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David Lynch offers to read script to boost charity auction

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Jun 28, 2012 | 5:00am EDT

The brains behind TV series Twin Peaks and the movies Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive has offered to read and review a script from the highest bidder - an auction item estimated at $10,000 (£6,250).

As WENN went to press, five bidders had pushed the running total to $1,350 (£844).

The auction runs until 12 July (12) and also includes a coffee date with horror director Eli Roth, guitar lessons from Steve Vai and Sir Paul McCartney's son James, the chance to meet comedians Russell Brand and Jerry Seinfeld, and a walk-on role in hit TV drama Boardwalk Empire.

All proceeds will benefit the David Lynch Foundation, which funds the teaching of calming Transcendental Meditation in schools.

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