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LOST for class credit?

Courtesy of the Boston Globe

Few subjects capture the attention of college students as effectively as the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815, known to TV viewers as the characters from ABC

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An End Date For LOST??

Courtesy of EOnline's Kristin Veitch:

Friday, May 4, 2007

2:00 p.m. update:

Since this story launched earlier today, I have been hearing from multiple sources inside ABC that the story is "more complex" than what was originally reported by my colleague Marc Malkin in E! Online's Planet Gossip.

According to these sources, ABC will be making an announcement declaring an end date for Lost very soon. However, the exact number of remaining episodes and seasons is still muddy

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A Rousseau Family Reunion

Courtesy of USA Today

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Here's a cool video someone edited together to show the synchronized events leading to the crash of flight 815...all taken from different episodes. It's pretty awesome and only makes me miss the show more! :cry: Make sure to watch it to the very end...nice!

LOST plane crash synchronized events video

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IS THERE NO JUSTICE???

The Emmy Nominations were announced today and it wasn't pretty.

LOST, ONCE AGAIN, was not even nominated for best drama!!! And Grey's Anatomy was? I think I'm going to be very ill.

...and there is absolutely NO JUSTICE that Matthew Fox didn't get nominated! His acting in season three was superb (whether you like his character or not)...I just don't get it.

VERY deservedly though, Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson were both nominated for best supporting actor, and the season finale"Through the Looking Glass" was nominated for best directing. Other than that- zilch. :mad1:

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I ws surprised too. Maybe the powers that be don't want to set such a complicated show up as a model for great TV. Not too many writers could rise to that challenge!

Terry and Michael - yes, well deserved. Also the current high elders of the group, right? Maybe next year for the young 'uns.

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Rare LOST Soundtrack Performance

courtesy of Jon Lachonis, BuddyTv

Lost fans in Hawaii will be given a rare treat when the shows soundtrack composer Michael Giacchino and star Terry O'Quinn join the Honolulu Symphony for a concert performance of the show's haunting and dynamic score. Giacchino will provide the score while O'Quinn, who plays John Locke on Lost, will read passages over the symphony. The Lost score has been an integral part of the show's immerse nature. It raises and falls with the emotional cues, and emphasizing the beauty, mystery, and danger of the island in an organic way that fuses with the story-telling nature of Lost.

Giacchino's score has resulted in a mantle full of awards including an Emmy, BMI, and two ASCAP awards. The majority of the composer's early work was done for the video game industry which eventually lead to higher profile gigs with J.J. Abrams on Alias, and since then becoming a composer of choice at Pixar.

Star Wars is credited for awakening the composer within a young Giacchino. In the biographical section of the Honolulu Symphony's press release, they say

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:clap:Congratulations to Terry O'Quinn for winning an Emmy tonight for his performance as John Locke-recognition that was well-deserved and LONG overdue! :clap:

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Hooray!

His performances as John Locke have blown me away since his first scene in Season 1. I'm surprised dude hasn't won each year for the last three.

Tell me Josh Holloway wasn't nominated for best actor in that ep where he kills Locke's father???

You're getting me all stoked for Lost. Now that BB8 is over, I'll have time to pull out my DVDs and give them a spin again.

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Lost Moving to Mondays

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Source: DarkUFO

"My source at ABC has just informed me that Lost will start again on February 4th 2008, at 8PM on Mondays."

I'm pretty happy about it because it will be back to back with Heroes! (different channels, of course) Some I've talked to are disappointed because of the time change again...What do ya'll think?

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Congrats to him, that was definitely deserved!!

Time change doesnt bother me, as I tape it anyway and then watch later FF the commercials, what bothers me is having to wait for months still before it starts!!

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'Lost' actor Daniel Dae Kim accused of DUI

October 25, 2007

Source: Dave Dondoneau of the Honolulu Advertiser

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Daniel Dae Kim, who stars as Jin-Soo Kwon on ABC's hit TV series "Lost," was arrested early this morning on suspicion of drunken driving.

Details of his DUI arrest haven't been released yet, but police said he was arrested around 3 a.m. He was booked at the Honolulu Police station downtown, posted bail and was released at 5:05 a.m.

See video of his release

Kim didn't say anything as he left the station. He was escorted by two police officers to a silver SUV that was waiting for him just outside the police station's receiving area.

Wearing a polo shirt, khaki shorts and his hair grown out, Kim kept his head down as he brushed past media, stepping into the front passenger's side of the SUV, which quickly whisked him away.

Other "Lost" members have had legal problems here.

Former cast members Michelle Rodriguez and Cynthia Watros were arrested on suspicion of drunken driving on Dec. 1, 2005, when police spotted their vehicles weaving along Pali Highway.

Both pleaded guilty, and both were gone from the show by season's end.

On Sept. 2, 2006, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje ("Mr. Eko") was arrested and accused of disobeying a police officer and driving without a license.

The charges were later dropped when Akinnuoye-Agbaje provided proof that he possessed a license. His character was killed off by a smoke monster in the first half of that season.

(Oh no! I hope the LOST DUI curse doesn't kill off Jin!)

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Lost Wednesday Night Fate Still Uncertain

October 29, 2007

It seems that the fate of Lost

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Lost - Affected by a Writer

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Thx for the posts Kayo. Interesting stuff. Ironically, five minutes ago I opened a drawer of my desk and found my Season 2 dvd set. The stars must be aligned. Hmmmm... time to fire those old eps up and have a re-watch.

...Only 3 months til LOST!

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LOST May Be The Scripted Show Least Impacted By The Writer's Strike

Source: EOnline

From all appearances, Lost may have the best advantage of all series, given that it has been stockpiling new scripts since June and not a single episode has aired. At this point, 14 of 16 episodes have been written. And if the strike does last long enough to seriously impact other series, Lost could very well be the only quality scripted drama on television in February (along with perhaps 24, though it's far more behind in scripts due to an overhaul of location and storyline).

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Good to hear, I really dont want to have to wait even longer then January for Lost to be back!

As for Daniel getting a DUI.. I am so sick of celebs getting busted, maybe its time hollywood did something, like put a 6 month working ban on actors who are caught drinking and driving. I mean this is rediculous, these celebs think they are special, if they want to kill themselves fine go jump off a cliff, but dont get behind the wheel where you can kill someone else.

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:(Lost stars Evangeline Lilly and Dominic Monaghan have reportedly split. :(

Source: New York Post and Fanpop.com

After three years of being together, Evangeline Lilly and Dominic Monaghan, who both catapulted to fame on ABC's Lost, have reportedly called it quits. According to the New York Post, the 30-year-old English actor has already moved on and has found love with another woman.

The British-born actor - whose rock star character Charlie Pace was killed off in the hit US TV show - was seen crying in the arms of another woman at a Los Angeles restaurant on Saturday night.

Onlookers at the El Coyote eatery also claim the pair spent a lot of time kissing and cuddling.

A source told the New York Post newspaper: "They were right in the middle of the room, they weren't interested in privacy. They looked very intimate.

"They were nursing margaritas, leaning in, chain-smoking, having an intense conversation."

Earlier this year, it was claimed Evangeline and Dominic were engaged after the Lord of the Rings star proposed during a holiday in Hawaii.

A source said: "They want to spend the rest of their lives together."

The couple began dating over two years after meeting on the set of Lost.

Both have repeatedly refused to speak publicly about their relationship.

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Courtesy of: TV GUIDE, INTERVIEWS & FEATURES

Naveen Andrews Teases Lost's Return: Sayid Will Surprise You!

by Matt Webb Mitovich

Thursday, January 31, 2008

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Naveen Andrews, Lost

For lots more on Lost, read our fresh character profile of Jack, check out Jon Hein's look at the Season 4 hype, Matt Roush's preview of the "action-packed" return, use our Strike Survival Guide to get up to speed, and flip through our assorted photo galleries.

What's there to be said/recapped that hasn't been said/recapped in the past 200-plus days since Lost served up that terrifically twisty flash-forward-filled finale? But at long last, instead of merely speculating about what happens next, who else will get off the island and what Not Penny's Boat really wants, the action will continue with the arrival of the Season 4 opener tonight at 9 pm/ET on ABC. TVGuide.com invited Naveen Andrews to preview the "constantly surprising" episodes to come.

TVGuide.com: Has it been particularly disappointing for the Lost cast members to have seen this season cut short by the strike, seeing as the show had this great momentum going?

Naveen Andrews: Yeah, but I think it's probably worse for people who had just started a [brand-new TV] show. If this were the first season, it would be utterly disastrous, but we do have a solid fan base and we do have three seasons behind us, so it's a little different.

TVGuide.com: As I was preparing for this interview, I rewatched the season finale and I was disappointed to be reminded that there was precious little Sayid in it.

Andrews: Oh, that's kind of you to say so!

TVGuide.com: Can we expect a reverse in that trend? Does he figure largely in the new season?

Andrews: He's featured quite heavily, yeah. So maybe that is a change.

TVGuide.com: And Episode 3 is Sayid-centric, right?

Andrews: It is, yes.

TVGuide.com: Last we saw Sayid, he was on the beach with Bernard and Jin, and they had just been saved from execution at the hands of the Others. How quickly do they rejoin with the rest of the castaways?

Andrews: Well, so much of this show is about coming together and splitting apart again, for various reasons.... I guess you could say the camp splits again. And by the time you get to Episode 3, the split is kind of clearly defined.

TVGuide.com: Does Sayid have a strong opinion on the possible rescuers?

Andrews: Yes, he's heavily involved in that. What excited me about Season 4 as opposed to what the character got to do in Season 3 is that he's actually sort of pushing the story forward again, which just from an acting point of view is infinitely more interesting and rewarding. Also, you get to see that some characters get off the island. I can't say whether one of them is me or not, but.... [Laughs] It's just so difficult to talk about it without revealing too much....

[An airplane is heard roaring in the distance]

TVGuide.com: It's kind of funny that we just heard an airplane.

Andrews: Over the ocean here in Los Angeles, yes! But I will say that you get to see a whole new side of Sayid that even I would have never expected. They have taken a huge leap, and it is constantly surprising. I think Season 4 is a huge improvement, to be honest.

TVGuide.com: After seeing the finale, did the cast this season become especially anxious to see who got a flash-forward and thus "survives" the island?

Andrews: I can't deny that, no! [Laughs] A show like Lost, with so many deaths, shall we say, keeps actors on their toes and constantly anxious about whether they will be alive or not. But quite honestly, just because you're seen in the future doesn't necessarily mean that you're going to stay on the show. It's not a guarantee of life after death... if you see what I mean.

TVGuide.com: Some may argue that seeing people alive in the future undercuts the dramatic tension, but just because someone gets off the island doesn't mean that's the end of the story.

Andrews: Absolutely not, no. You're spot-on.

TVGuide.com: For all we know, Jack proceeds to go back to the island after the flash-forward we saw.

Andrews: Yeah. And he certainly seems to be on the point of doing so!

TVGuide.com: Any new possible love interests for Sayid?

Andrews: Oh, yeah. Yeah. You will see that. Again, that took me by surprise.

TVGuide.com: With some new characters coming on, Sayid might find a new ally in Rebecca Mader or....

Andrews: Or otherwise, in other dimensions... without getting too specific. Who knows? [Chuckles]

TVGuide.com: What's next for you, outside of Lost?

Andrews: There were two films that I was going to do

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If this is a spoiler please move to the apropriate place. Thank You!

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Courtesy of; TV GUIDE, INTERVIEWS & FEATURES

Lost Exclusive: Meet Four New Characters!

by Shawna Malcom

Thursday, February 7, 2008

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Ken Leung, Rebecca Mader, Jeff Fahey and Jeremy Davies, Lost

TV Guide got the details on Lost's (Thursdays, 9 pm/ET, ABC) fresh faces.

KEN LEUNG "Miles":

Lost executive pro

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Schedule For The Remainder Of LOST Season Four

Source: Kristin at EOnline

February 13, 2008

Lost is back! Oh, wait, that happened two weeks ago.

What I mean is, Lost will be back-back, after the strike. And even better, we've just checked in with inside sources, and we have dates! Yes, dates! So, break out your calendars, 'cause we're hearing this is the approved plan:

The last episode of the current pod (episode seven) will air Mar. 13. Then the show will be off the air for six weeks and return Apr. 24 at 9 p.m.

(That Apr. 24 episode will be the already-completed episode eight, which was filmed prestrike, but which apparently works much better as a minipremiere than it does as a minifinale.)

Anyhoo, the following week, on Thurs., May 1, a little show called Grey's Anatomy returns to its usual 9 p.m. time slot, so Lost will move to 10 p.m., where it will stay for the rest of the season.

"Yippee" just doesn't do it justice, does it?

To find out what this all means for the season-four story, I checked in with my personal Jesus, Damon Lindelof, who explains how his writing team plans to squish the eight episodes of plot they had planned into only five more episodes.

"We are going to execute our full story plan for season four," D.L. says. "This simply requires a shift from high-octane storytelling to superhigh-octane storytelling. It requires no cramming, only a slightly heavier foot on the gas pedal...so, hold on to your hats. Those of you waiting for the long-anticipated Jin and Hurley Ping-Pong tournament, however, will be very disappointed."

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Courtesy of: TV GUIDE, INTERVIEWS & FEATURES

Lost's Jorge Garcia Discusses the Joy of (Oceanic) Six

by Matt Webb Mitovich

Thursday, February 14, 2008

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Jorge Garcia, Lost

In Lost's Season 3 finale, we learned that both Jack and Kate make it off the island (and that one of them grew a horrific beard). Then, in this season's premiere, Hurley was found to be alive and (kinda) well in the future, himself also a member of the "Oceanic Six." TVGuide.com spoke with Jorge Garcia about his good fortune to be among Lost's living.

TVGuide.com: After the season premiere, in every forum available to me, I was saying that you did your best Lost work in that episode.

Jorge Garcia: Oh, right on! Thank you very much.

TVGuide.com: Were you glad that the premiere really addressed Charlie's death, which naturally would have a drastic impact on the original castaways?

Garcia: I was. I'm glad it happened. Last season, you didn't get to see Hurley grieve for Libby until well into the season, in the episode "Trisha Tanaka Is Dead." The rest of the time you saw no aftermath. So this was good, because it was addressed immediately, and that drove the rest of the episode.

TVGuide.com: What was your reaction when you found out that you would be the third member of the Oceanic Six? Were you like, "Time to put in a pool at the house"?

Garcia: [Laughs] No.... But it was pretty exciting. There are so many more possibilities now, seeing where you are in your character's life if you make it off the island. But it feels like a lot of pressure when it's your episode coming out of the gate. You feel rusty, and that makes you nervous.

TVGuide.com: What is Hurley trying to "escape" from in the future, by getting recommitted?

Garcia: I think it's the presence of whatever he's haunted by, something that manifests itself in Charlie coming to visit him.

TVGuide.com: What are we to make of the fact that Hurley's pal there also saw Charlie? Does that make it harder to write off Charlie as a mere figment of Hurley's imagination?

Garcia: I think it does. What exactly the real-world explanation is, I don't know. It's somewhere in when Charlie says, "I am dead, but I am here as well." Somehow both are true.

TVGuide.com: As Naveen [Andrews, who plays Sayid] pointed out to me, the Oceanic Six might just be the people who "officially" get off the island

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Michael Ausiello of TV Guide reports that ABC has opted to end the current, pre-strike arc with Episode 8, not 7 as was the original plan. So, just to recap, this is what Lost's revised remaining season schedule looks like.

Episode 5: Feb. 28

Episode 6: March 6

Episode 7: March 13

Episode 8: March 20

(5 week break)

Episode 9: April 24

Episode 10: May 1

Episode 11: May 8

Episode 12: May 15

Episode 13: May 22 (season finale)

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

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That break doesn't seem too bad. At least better than I thought it would be.

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