There's a Lost epilogue! Micheal Emerson said is on the Season 6 disk set; so buy it on August 24 or even better someone put it on Sidereel!! -where Micheal lets the epilogue slip!
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Lost alum Henry Ian Cusick, who played the time-traveling Desmond Hume on the ABC series, is leaping to NBC. He has signed on for at least two fall episodes of Law & Order: SVU, playing a graphic artist named Erik Weber. SVU executive producer Neal Baer, a fan of Lost, tells me he cast Ian because he is "a sharp, smart leader and very charismatic." Could Ian finally help Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) get over her long romantic dry spell? (Her last lover was Kurt Moss, played by Bill Pullman, way back in 2008!) "There might be some flirtation," Baer says. "Erik meets Olivia when he comes to someone's aid. And then we'll see how it goes. Olivia is devoted to her job and knows that comes first." While this comes as good news to us, somewhere out there Penny Widmore is sobbing. SVU is also looking for a big-name female to replace the departing Sharon Stone. Maybe Sonya Walger (Penny) could play that role?! Source Here
If you watched Lost, you know Mark Pellegrino played a major part of the show as Jacob. But if you never got into one of the best shows to ever air on television (yeah, I still feel that way after the finale and final season), you might still recognize Pellegrino as he's made appearances on some of TV's biggest shows. Take a look at his IMDb profile. You'll see what I mean. Anyway, as you might imagine, I spent the entire time on the red carpet at last week's Saturn Awards talking about Lost and his thoughts on the show and the finale. We also talked about what he has coming up and how has his career possible changed since being on the show. Hit the jump to take a look: To Read More Click Here .
For my final interview from this year's Saturn Awards, I saved one for all you fans of Lost. That's because hanging out backstage after the show was Lost co-creator Carlton Cuse and co-executive producer and writer Adam Horowitz. Even though they had been talking for awhile and I missed out on some of the interview, I did manage to ask if the big Lost DVD/Blu-ray box set arriving next month is really the final one and I also asked why wasn't writer Bryan K. Vaughn involved in the final season. It's been a big mystery among the fans. I also asked the question everyone has been wondering: is it too soon to ask Cuse and Damon Lindelof to do another TV show! To Read More Click Here .
While we may never fully uncover all the mysteries of LostÃ¢â¬Ës island, we at least have this: a new and lovely map to show us where things are! Hurray. See? Now I get it! Everything finally makes sense. Well, no, but it is still a cool map! Cartographer Jonah Adkins has been making maps for the government and the DOD for 11 years, and he used those same skills to plot the main features of the Island. You start with an image/satellite photo, in this case an image of Rousseau's map from a few seasons back,Â he told EW in an e-mail. And then you extrapolate. So much went into using the dialogue from the show to get geographic details,Â he said, but of course, Lost had some chronic inconsistencies. Sometimes it would take a group of people to get from point A to point B minutes on the show one time, then days the next time. Sometimes the camera shots would depict the water on different sides of a feature in the same scene.Â And some key locations were just impossible to map. I didn't place Jacob's cabin simply because most of the time it was shown, it was in a different place.Â Adkins says posters will be available soon, so maybe by the time the season 6 DVDs comes out, you can plot everyone's travels with little pins or something. Not that anyone would ever be so dorky or obsessive about anything. Source Here
Reviews of the series finale of Lost were decidedly mixed as were my feelings on the episode. Following the show, Jimmy Kimmel Live showed three alternate endingsÂ which were parodies of Survivor, and the finales of The Sopranos and Newhart. Feelings towards these fake finales were also mixed. To Read More Click Here .
Matthew Fox is better known as Jack Shephard of Lost episodes. Have you heard of the rumors about Matthew Fox? ItÃ¢â¬â¢s being rumored that the guy has cheated on his wife Margherita with a stripper? ItÃ¢â¬â¢s something really unbelievableÃ¢â¬Â¦. letÃ¢â¬â¢s see what this dashing guy has to say about it all! Matthew Fox adds, Ã¢â¬ÅThe story is not true, and IÃ¢â¬â¢m not going to comment [further] on itÃ¢â¬ï¿½. He also says, Ã¢â¬ÅMargherita and I have been best friends and best lovers. SheÃ¢â¬â¢s the love of my lifeÃ¢â¬ï¿½. How lucky Margherita is as she has got a very loving and caring husband? Rumors come and go and itÃ¢â¬â¢s better if we donÃ¢â¬â¢t let the rumors ruin our personal lives. Now, when Matthew Fox has denied it all, Margherita should be happy. How nicely Matthew Fox has expressed what she means to him saying Ã¢â¬ËSheÃ¢â¬â¢s the love of my lifeÃ¢â¬â¢. Matthew becomes popular with his nice performance on Lost episodes. On the show, he is seen portraying the character of Jack Shephard. Okay, now letÃ¢â¬â¢s have a talk about your very favorite Lost episodes. The show is running with its sixth successful season. Viewers enjoyed the very recent episode of Lost season 6 on April 20, 2010. It was entitled as The Last Recruit. As very usual, the episode happened to be an entertaining and well-received episode of the season and received 9.530 million viewers. Now, Lost TV show will return with its next episode, The Candidate, on May 4 2010. Among the other upcoming episodes of current season of Lost are Across the Sea, What They Died For and The End. Keep enjoying Lost episodes with us as we provide you options to download Lost episodes with safety and quality. Make Lost episodes download and enjoy!..... Read More!
Jorge Garcia has confirmed what co-star Michael Emerson said last month about the Lost : The Complete Collection: it will include an epilogue that tells the tale of Ben and Hurley as island protectors. "It will address some of the issues, like the food drops, and it will deal with what happened on the island after Hurley took over and how he handled things," Garcia told E! News of the DVD bonus features. "It will give you a taste of what took place after Hurley took over as the new number one." To Read More Click Here .
Attention, Emmy voters: Yes, that's a goof on your ballot. Katherine Heigl isn't in the running for "Desperate Housewives." She's really up for "Grey's Anatomy" despite what the ballot said after Emmy voting commenced at 6 p.m. PST on Friday. The TV academy promises that it will be fixed by Monday morning when staffers return to the office. Meantime, to see the original mistake, click on the image above -- it expands. Frankly, it's a miracle Heigl got on the ballot at all. Clearly, the goof of listing the wrong TV show below her name was made in the mayhem of her name being jammed onto the ballot at the last minute after Gold Derby discovered she was missing from the race. Last Wednesday, Gold Derby discovered that Heigl's name still had not been submitted for Emmy contention only two days before voting was set to begin. It was an omission that surely would've caused an uproar similar to the last time Gold Derby noticed she wasn't listed on the ballot one year after she won best supporting drama actress of 2007. In 2008, Heigl told us, "I did not feel that I was given the material this season to warrant an Emmy nomination and in an effort to maintain the integrity of the academy organization, I withdrew my name from contention." Her shocking candor caused a series insider to fume to EW over her "ungrateful slap in the face to the very writers responsible for her Emmy win in the first place." Soon thereafter rumors flew that writers plotted to kill off her character, who came down with cancer. Ultimately, Heigl's character rallied and left the TV series healthy, but 18 months before Heigl's contract was set to end. Heigl quietly rejoined the Emmy race last year, but she didn't get nominated. When we heard that she had not submitted paperwork this year, we asked her new media rep for comment, but the rep told us via e-mail at 7:49 p.m. Thursday night -- less than 24 hours before the start of Emmy voting -- "She DID in fact submit, so this (report) is NOT true." However, Gold Derby double-checked our source, found out our info WAS, indeed, true, and we alerted the new rep. A scramble ensued to cram Heigl on the ballot before a new uproar could break out. On Friday, we received an e-mail from Heigl's rep thanking us for catching the mistake, adding, "We have sorted it out. In the transition between publicity firms, and unbeknownst to Ms. Heigl (or us), the submission was not completed, but now has been!" This year Gold Derby broke the news that another past winner of best supporting drama actress is not on the Emmy ballot -- last year's champ Cherry Jones ("24"). And her rep will not explain why she's absent. Meantime, past Emmy victor of best supporting drama actor, Terry O'Quinn ("Lost") is back on the ballot after quitting the race last year, but his rep has not responded to our request for an explanation. Source @ LA TIMES