Ever since Lost's May finale, fans have been clamoring for more answers about the island. They'll get a little info in a 12-minute epilogue, exclusive to "Lost: The Complete Collection" (available on DVD and Blu-ray August 24), that follows Hurley and Ben's time protecting the island- and welcomes back a long-lost familiar face. "Part of the Lost machinery is to bring back characters out of the deep, dark past in surprising ways," Michael Emerson (Ben) tells TV Guide Magazine. "I knew it would have an impact." But one mystery still has Emerson puzzled: "Whatever happened to Ben's childhood friend Annie?" he asks. "Things like that seemed like juicy avenues to explore, but we just didn't have the time." Emerson doesn't have his next project lined up yet, but he wants to play a lighter character. "I get a lot of offers to play sinister villains, but it seems like a step backwards after playing Benjamin Linus," he says. "People have seen enough of my face in the last five years. It might not be the worst idea if I disappeared for a while! [Laughs]" Source Here
Lost fans were whipped into a frenzy Friday, when a juicy 12-minute epilogue of what happens on The Island under Hurley's reign leaked online. Disney and ABC were quick to pull the video from YouTube - but, alas for them, not quick enough. The footage will be available on both the final season and full series Lost DVDs, out Aug. 24. Where do the Lost Dharma food drops come from? But for the impatient, five spoilers to whet your appetite: 1. On Hurley's orders, Ben shuts down Dharma stations around the world. 2. Why can't women give birth on the island? Blame the electromagnetic activity. 3. Room 23, where Karl was brainwashed? It was used by the Dharma Initiative as a way to get information on Jacob from the Hostiles. 4. The Hurley bird mystery, solved: It's a bird that has been genetically altered. It's a hy-bird! 5. Hurley and Ben spring Walt from the Santa Rosa Mental Institute because they have a job opportunity to discuss with him. Walt is special! Source Here
Though Lost fans may remain miffed that the series finale failed to provide every answer, producers promise some mysteries will be revealed when the Season 6 and full-series DVDs are released Aug. 24. A special 12-minute epilogue, titled "The New Man in Charge," will show what life is like on and off the island now that Hurley (Jorge Garcia) is in charge and Ben Linus (Michael Emerson) is his right-hand man. Get a glimpse into what happens to the Dharma Initiative under Hurley: Source & Video
Access Hollywood has a new clip from the buzz-worthy 'Lost' epilogue about Hurley's time as head of the island. In the clip, fans are given a first-look at the guys behind the mysterious Dharma Initiative food drops that the castaways periodically received. Plus, Ben Linus! We've missed that guy. The epilogue, 'New Man in Charge,' will be available on the 'Lost' season 6 and complete series sets. Check out the clip after the jump. Source & Video
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