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When and how did you and Damon start fleshing out the finale? There was this grand plan that we had the idea that the show would start with Jack's eye opening and it would end with Jack's eyes closing, which meant that Jack [Matthew Fox] had to die.
Lost 's iconic catchphrase 'We have to go back!' might take on a whole new meaning, as creator Damon Lindelof teases a return for the infamous ABC drama that ended its run in February of 2010 with a two-and-a-half hour finale...If Lost takes on a
Ten years on, Chris Philpott reflects on Lost's legacy It's been ten years since Lost began on television. My first published work on the subject of television ran in an infamous Christian-right magazine in June 2010 to coincide with the final
The [questions] that were alive during the show are still the biggest ones post-show," Lindelof tells me. "What was up with the polar bears?...Different expressions of that Who was on the other outrigger?...The show lived with questions, it died with
Can you believe it's been almost ten years since Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 crashed on a mysterious island kicking off six seasons of Lost and six seasons of mind-twisting obsessing and theorizing by millions? The Paley Center paid tribute to the
Believe it or not, 10 years have passed since "Lost" was introduced to the small screen and television took a drastic turn for the suspenseful. Showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse reunited with several of the show's actors at Los Angeles'
On whether the characters were actually dead the whole time (Since the time the plane crashed): "No, no, no. They were not dead the whole time," Cuse said definitively, adding that he believes that some footage they showed at the very end of the
With all the high-quality TV dramas to choose from, both currently on the air and the older titles stacking up in our Netflix queues (hey, let's binge Oz !), does anybody really want nearly two dozen hours of any drama series every year?...Though the
Not when a story exists about un-sexy vampires who shed their genitals because they aren't even worried about having sex. That was the message on Tuesday in Pasadena during a Television Critics Assn. press tour panel on "The Strain," Guillermo del
Due diligence being key, I recently viewed several new-ish additions to the genre, including The Last Exorcism . I can summarize this movie in 17 syllables, because haikus are cool: Brilliant writing, bro Primo acting too. Shame the Ending kinda blew