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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:

Summary:

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

La Times Article About Finale And Oceanic 6

The LA Times has posted a really nice article about the show, the finale and how the Oceanic 6 were chosen. I have posted some of the spoilery tidbits from the cast and Darlton discussing the finale, but the article is an interesting read especially the fact that Darlton began picking the O6 in Season 2 (The link is at the end of the post).

Thanks to Luthien and Odul for the heads up.

The LA Times has posted a really nice article about the show LA Times Article about Finale and Oceanic 6What fans have yet to see is what happened after last season’s time-busting revelation that Jack and Kate leave the island in the future but something makes Jack want to return. On Thursday, “Lost” will take viewers to that very moment of Jack’s pained “We have to go back!” and move beyond it. It also will disclose “one of the island’s greatest secrets,” according to Emerson.

“The finale is about the culmination Bandar Ceme of this idea that a group of people who desperately wanted to get off the island find themselves in the position of defending the island that they’ve been trying to leave,” Cuse said.

But producers won’t disclose what fans are dying to know. Many viewers, as evidenced on message boards, are convinced that next season post-island life becomes the present and the past is life on the island.

“All we can say is that it’s going to be very hard to get back to the island for those guys,” co-creator and executive producer Damon Lindelof said. “But life will continue for the people who are not with them. How are we going to tell that story? We’re not going to tell that.” In fact, Lindelof vowed during an interview that after the finale airs he and Cuse “are going into radio silence until next season.”

But Emerson, talking from the Hawaii set by telephone, has a theory. “Every season, in the telling of ‘Lost,’ the lens pulls back another notch so that the picture gets bigger, includes more stuff, more people, more places,” he said. “So I’ll be curious to see what is now included when the lens jumps back another step. I think it will be more fragmented. The geography of the show as we’ve known it will be upset. Everybody will be in a new place.”

Kim, who said there “will be casualties,” took it one step further: “The finale will change the way you watch the show. It will introduce new variables that would never even be considered previously.”

When viewers last saw the Oceanic 6, Jack and Sawyer (Josh Holloway) dodged the helicopter that could have rescued them to try to protect Hurley.

Hurley was hiding from the freighter folks who want to kill Ben. The Others came down the mountain and captured Kate and Sayid. Sun, Jin and Aaron were onboard the bomb-carrying freighter.

“Aw, man, the finale is crazy,” Garcia said. “You will definitely see how we all end up together and back on civilization. But it’s as if there is one obstacle after another in front of us and the fact that we make it off is definitely a miracle……….

………The finale, Cuse said, will have “some spectacular romantic moments along with spectacular action moments.”

“The story of the Oceanic 6 is the ultimate break-up story,” Lindelof added. “That’s what the finale is about — everybody breaking up. And the show is going to have to proceed from here as to whether or not we’re going to get everybody together. Who is still around to get together?”

Read Full Article Here: LA Times

Posted By: ODI

Aicn On The Finale

Thanks to Josh for the heads up on what AintItCoolNews has to say about the finale.

Tonight we learn more about Ben Linus, and more about Charles Widmore.

Greg Grunberg, the pilot in the pilot, returns for what is rumored to be tonight’s only flashback.

Michael, Jin and Desmond will deal with the freighter bomb. Not with a lot of success, one assumes.

Miles, who seems to know a secret about Charlotte, will tell Daniel he wants to stay on the island.

Sawyer will make it onto Lapidus’ helicopter with Jack, Kate, Hurley and Sayid. But a heroic sacrifice will need to be made…

Source: AICN