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Please remember, no details from the Lostfan108 spoilers in this thread.

Thanks to Dan for the heads up.

Malik in Bangkok: I love Lost! Is anyone going to die in the season finale?
I can tell you that a series regular who has been on the series since the first season will not be back next season (season five). According to inside sources, this person’s contract has been put into a holding deal and the plan at this point is to have him or her return for season six. Guesses? (OK, I’ll spare you the frantic emails: It is not Jack or Sawyer. It’s a she.)

Wendell in Santa Fe, N.M.: Lost, girl! Spill! What can you tell me about the very end of this season?
Remember how I told you that time traveling and teleporting is most definitely happening?(Duh) Well, let’s just say that it’s going to be happening on a much larger scale in the coming seasons. And if I tell you any more about that twist, I will break the heart of this sweet guy who’s name rhymes with “Hey, mon” and eksekusi alam will see to it that I return in the next life as grasshopper poo.

Source: E!Online

Thanks For Your Donations

 I have donated all advertising revenue for yesterdays spoilers release to a charity close Thanks for your donationsAs we mentioned yesterday, I have donated all advertising revenue for yesterdays spoilers release to a charity close to mine and the wife’s heart, Womens’s Breast Cancer Care. We had an extra 60,000 hits yesterday due to the big spoiler we released yesterday and those extra hits and clicks helped us to raise over $130 for the charity. Thanks everyone and thanks to the 3 people I know who emailed me and donated directly to the charity, that was a very nice touch.

The Official Lost Audio Podcast

Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse prehash the two-hour season finale airing on Thursday, May 29th from 9-11pm

Key points as I go.

– Special repeat of Part of Finale before Parts 2 and 3 which will show deleted scenes from the Press Conference of the O6. (You can see what these were on Ryan’s Podcast)
– The Orchid will be seen in the Finale
– They don’t say who Abaddon works for but he is not “top of the chain”
– They discuss there favourite characters – CC is Sawyer, Damon’s is Jack (He prefers Jack with chest hair).
– We will see Walt again
– The Island will not let Widmore, Ben and Jack die until it’s finished with them
– The Island stopped Jack from committing suicide.
– They will be going into radio silence until Comic Con in July.
– A few more podcasts after Comic-Con will follow before Season 5 starts
– ABC advisory panel have nominated an episode for Emmy consideration

Daniel Dae Kim Talks Lost

Thanks to Ahmad from CraveOnline for the following.

CraveOnline: How blown was your mind by the flashback within a flashforward?

Daniel Dae Kim: I thought it was, when the flash forwards first started, I was really excited because I thought it kind of injected a new energy into the show, so I guess it was inevitable that they would start combining the flashbacks and the flash forwards. I think it’s great. There aren’t many shows right now where in the fourth year of its run where you’re actually still questioning the narrative style. That speaks a lot for the creativity of the writers.

CraveOnline: Are there any big developments on the finale?

Daniel Dae Kim: Yeah, there are some really big developments. There’s kind of a doozy of a development actually. There’s a lot of stuff happening on the island, he said wryly. There’s some momentous changes to the show coming up in the finale. You’ll start seeing them fairly quickly, so I think that’s about all I can say.

CraveOnline: Anything specifically involving Jin?

Daniel Dae Kim: Well, a few episodes ago it was revealed that he might actually be dead, so if that’s the case, we’ll see how that happens, or whether or not it’s true.

CraveOnline: How does it feel to be working up to something tragic?

Daniel Dae Kim: I don’t know. It’s an interesting phenomenon, to know the end point but the thing is, we don’t necessarily know the endpoint. We don’t know how he dies, we don’t know when he dies, we don’t know if he dies. So there are still so many questions.

CraveOnline: You think he just stayed on the island?

Daniel Dae Kim: It’s possible.

Full Article Here

Source: CraveOnline

Michael Emerson Interview On Hollywood 411

**Updated** New video added.

**Update** Apparently this video is for US viewers only, so below is a summary.

Nice little interview of what Ben is up to:


1) Cast is more enthused since the pilot
2) The Orchid hatch is a station with in a station on top of a station.
3) Answers “You know who I was signaling” when asked if he was signaling Jacob with a Mirror
4) Giving himself up is part of Ben’s “plan”, dangerous, but has an idea on how to pull it off
5) Avoids answering question about how to move the island
6) Funny moment about 15 year old crackers and say Locke, Ben and Hurley have become a comedy trio.
7) Alex’s death threw Ben off his game and he still has not recovered
8) Ben was so mad he called the smoke monster – Emerson says “wouldn’t you!?”
9) There is a “high-stakes” game between Ben and Widmore, but not sure nature Menang Ceme of game or what the stakes are. Previously there was never been a move Ben did not know what it would lead to, but it has been all “upset”

Posted By: The ODI

Michael Emerson – Violence, Casualties And Retribution

Thanks to Howey for the following snippet from an interview posted today. You can read the full interview at the link at the bottom.

Q. And she wound up playing your character’s mother in your flashback episode.
That was kooky. It’s great to have your spouse on the set with you, although we didn’t have any scenes together, and now she’s a bona fide member of the “Lost” family. And I’m thinking maybe that’s not the last time we see her. Something has to be revisited there in Ben’s childhood.

Q. What lengths do producers go to to prevent spoilers on a show like “Lost”?
Sometimes they go to crazy lengths. The script in the finale had blank pages. There was a secret scene. There usually is at the end of the season. But they went a step better this year. When they filmed the secret scene, they filmed three different versions of a moment in it so that even the people that were on the set will not know how the season ends.

Q. I read a rumor that you were actually in the secret scene this season.
I might be.

Q. Finally, can you give us any ideas on what we might expect in next Thursday’s finale?
Well, violence. Casualties. Retribution for past crimes. It’s so violent and so full of machinery. That’s all I better say.

Source: Full Article @ News Journal

Doc Jensen Talks To Carlton And Damon

Here is an excerpt from Doc Jensen’s latest article which discusses the question that a lot of readers on DarkUFO have had about the location of the crash.

Trolling through the message board responses to my recap of last week’s episode, ”No Place Like Home,” part one of Lost’s season finale, I noticed an ongoing debate: Why didn’t the Oceanic Airlines publicist and/or the Oceanic 6 address the whole baffling business about Oceanic 815 crashing in the Indian Ocean? This was a Sydney-to-Los Angeles flight; the route goes over the Pacific; Indonesia is too far away, even for a plane that went off course. How come the journalists at the press conference didn’t ask the question many of you have been asking for four years: ”What happened?”

Personally, I was less perplexed. In the season’s second episode, ”Confirmed Dead,” we learned that a salvage vessel searching for The Black Rock in the Indian Ocean had found the remains of Oceanic 815 in the inaccessible depths of the Sunda Trench near Indonesia. Since the discovery of the wreckage predated the return of the castaways by at least a month, the culture had probably already vetted the riddle of why Oceanic 815 veered so far off course. All to say, I doubt the matter would have been an urgent talking point. Perhaps the reporters could have asked the Oceanic 6: ”Were you aware that your plane was…lost?” And maybe they did: My interpretation of that sequence was that we were shown selected moments from the briefing, not the whole thing.

But because it’s very possible that my reasonable analysis isn’t satisfying enough, I asked executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof for an explanation. Their response s fell just short of a deep sigh. ”As for the issue of the wreck’s location in the Sunda Trench, we’ll let the show speak for itself,” said Lindelof. He then added the following emoticon: 😉

Cuse was a tad more expansive: ”Obviously, the location of the supposed wreckage of 815 has been known by everybody for a while — that’s not news. Beyond that, Damon and I don’t want to say much more. More isu on all this will be forthcoming, but not until next season.”

My inquiry reached the producers the morning after a late-night editing session to complete next week’s two-hour opus. ”We had a toast of Dom Perignon in cheap plastic glasses with the four editors and about a dozen post support staff to celebrate,” Cuse said. ”Today, I’m experiencing elated exhaustion, the elation from both completion of the work but also the hopeful feeling that people are going to like this finale. It’s nerve-wracking because the kafe is set so high, and if we don’t finish strong it’s sort of like the Patriots losing the Super Bowl: It sort of negates all that came before it, especially with an eight-month hiatus looming.”

Source: Full Article @ EW

Q&A: Evangeline Lilly Of ‘Lost’

Thanks to Sarah for the following which as a little bit about the finale in, although not much.

On the eve of the season finale, the actress who plays Kate, dishes on island fever, how Losties are different than Trekkies, and on her newfound love of Bjork

MSN TV: Does spending so much time in Hawaii ruin it as a lovely place to be?

Evangeline Lilly: It’s true, but you still recognize how lovely a place it is, and in some ways you realize more than a visitor would how lovely it is. But, like anywhere in the world, every place has its downfalls and frustrations. At the same time as being an incredible place to live, it can be a place that makes you want to slit your throat sometimes. It’s a tiny, tiny, tiny island where there’s really nowhere to go. There’s no nightlife. It’s a very slow, relaxed culture, which is ideal when you’re on vacation because it forces you to relax and to stop and smell the roses. But when you’re working hard and you’re very, very busy, that can start to get frustrating.

What is it that you find makes you most crazy when island fever kicks in?

When you’re a busy person who’s trying to efficiently run your life but everything around you is run inefficiently, that starts to eventually wear you down.

“Lost” fans are incredibly passionate about the show, and William Shatner famously hated “Star Trek” fans for being so devoted to the minutiae of that show. Do you ever get tired of talking about “Lost” ad nauseam?

I don’t, really. I can honestly say that I’m kind of sheltered from a lot of that because I’m a bit of a recluse. But when I do encounter it I don’t find it as frustrating as most people. And I also think that there’s an awareness amongst fans nowadays that maybe wasn’t there in the 1970s, because we’ve gone through some fanatical times with Trekkies. But the Losties are aware of the fact that they don’t want to repulse the people on the show they are so much enjoying. People are careful about being more respectful of their space and sanity.

Might we be seeing you at any upcoming “Lost” fan conventions, perhaps?

They absolutely exist! Losties is the term for the fans, and they have conventions and Web communities and all sorts of stuff out there. It’s actually a rabbit hole that I’m slightly terrified to go down.

Matthew Fox has kept a high profile during the show’s hiatuses by making films. Is that something you’ve considered as well?

I’ve definitely considered it because it’s there and it’s the obvious option, but I’m very focused on “Lost” and give it all of my attention. I read scripts and I’m always looking for one that might blow me away so much that I’d want to spend my spare time — which I have very little of — working. But they don’t come along very often. I did a film last summer because I found a script that was so beautiful, and I really believed in the story and the message behind it. It does happen, but it’s very rare.

Since you’re done shooting now, have you figured out what you’re going to do until you start up again?

I’m doing some press for about another week, and then when that’s over I’m going to relax and then I’m going to take a vacation.

Where are you going to go? Do you know yet?

I’m going to probably be in Europe and then maybe Latin America after that.

Is it accurate to say that you’re a reluctant sex symbol?

I think it’s very accurate. I think reluctant may not be strong enough of a word. I fight it really hard. I feel like this culture that we live in where women aspire to a certain aesthetic standard — that I happen to think is boring because its one tone, one idea of beauty — I don’t like to feed into that. So I fight it really hard.

I imagine that’s hard when there are paparazzi hiding in the bushes and you feel like you have to put makeup on to leave the house. Do you find that to be a nuisance?

I find the paparazzi to be a massive nuisance because I appreciate my privacy. But I never wear makeup when I leave the house for them. If they take a picture of me when I look like hell, good!

Are people ever terrified when they sit down next to you on a plane?

Well they mock looking terrified that something will happen, but mostly what they’re doing is just trying to find a way to make conversation.

What’s on your mp3 player?

Oh, lots and lots of good stuff. Recently I’ve been getting into Bjork. I love Eisley. I love Radiohead. I’m a big fan of Damien Rice, the Postal Service. I stay true to my Canadian roots — Sarah McLachlan is one of my favorite artists of all time. Oldies, classical, R&B. I kind of just run the gamut. If I had to say I lean in one genre more than another it’d be singer/songwriter stuff.

“Lost” has a lot to live up to in its finales. Last season’s was one of the best episodes of the series, and I know it’s important to the writers and producers to make the show’s finales memorable. Do you think this year’s stacks up to the finales of seasons past?

I think it blows them away. I think the Season 3 finale was really good, but I think this season, our finale is the most hard-hitting finale we’ve ever done. It completely revolutionizes the face of our show. I have no idea what my show is going to look like next year based on the finale. And that’s really exciting as an actress. It keeps you interested.

Source: MSN TV