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New Man In Charge - Screenshots

2010-08-06T11:22:47.367-07:00

Looks like the video has been deleted. If we find another copy we'll post it. Here is a summary of the info in this video.- Walt's whereabouts and fate- The pallet drops (much more than what the sneak peek had)- The Lamp-post- Polar bears - Pregnancy issues - Room 23- Hydra station- Hurley Bird - Chang's aliases Here is the video. Watch it before it gets removed.Here are some screencaps from the full 11min 56secs of the Season 6 Epilogue, New Man In Charge. Posted by DarkUFO[...]



Daniel Dae Kim in Hawaii Five-O Trailer/Clip

2010-06-02T12:18:12.042-07:00

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Another Interview with Damon and Carlton - Finale Details

2010-05-21T21:58:49.910-07:00

Here are some more details about the finale via Damon and Carlton who confirm whether we will see Richard again or not and more!!Thanks to IGN for this interview:IGN: Should we be thinking Richard suffered an unceremonious death?Lindelof: When the Monster hit him?Carlton Cuse: No, I think that would be way too unceremonious for a character as important as Richard. So let's just say that was a bus stop, but…Lindelof: A bus stopped right on his face!Cuse: A bus stopped right on his face. Exactly! You will be seeing more of Richard in the finale.IGN: There was a quick line Desmond had this week about Ana Lucia and how she wasn't "ready yet." Is that something you might have time to delve into?Lindelof: Well, all we can say is that in "Happily Ever After," when Desmond confronted Eloise Hawking and he wanted to know why she wouldn't reveal to him why Penny's name was on this guest list, she said to him that he should stop asking these questions, because he wasn't ready. So that was the other time we heard that word. Ready for what exactly...?Cuse: It's meant to be an intriguing clue that you are right to be pondering.IGN: There's so much hype for the finale. There's a big countdown clock just a block away, in Times Square…Lindelof: We just saw that!Cuse: We were driving down here to the Times Center and said, "Oh my god!"Lindelof: It's nice to see how many more seconds that people will care about us. IGN: The fandom of this show is intense and you obviously want to deliver a satisfying conclusion, but at a certain point how do you tune out all the fan expectations, so you don't get overwhelmed and can just do your work?Cuse: I think we try to just stay inwardly focused. We've sort of done our job. The finale is made. We put our last shot in Monday night. The hay is in the proverbial barn and we're going to watch it with our closest collaborators and our spouses and that's the perfect group of people. We've all worked together for six years on the show. We all care enormously about each other and that will be a really great experience. So we're looking forward to sort of the shared communal experience of experiencing the finale together with the people we've worked with. Television is enormously collaborative, so to share that experience with all those people will be really special.Lindelof: We really care, deeply, what the fans think and of course we want them to love it. But at the same time, we acknowledge that there's no finale that we could have made that everybody would love. Therefore, we set out to basically make ourselves happy, because people are going to see the finale. It's almost here. We could tell you right now, some people are going to say it's the worst finale in the history of television and other people are going to say it's the best finale in the history of television. It's just a matter of percentages.Cuse: Our mothers are going to say it's the best finale.Lindelof: My mother has to say it. She's right behind you! [Lindelof points past me, where his mother is indeed standing]. But essentially, we've been doing a lot of press, and 50% of the reporters are asking us, "So, do you guys feel a tremendous amount of pressure to live up to the awesomeness of The Sopranos finale?" And we answer that, and the other 50% say, "Are you afraid of pissing people off with an unsatisfying copout in the same way that The Sopranos finale did?" And we look at it and go, "Okay, well, we've now gotten a glimpse at our own future." Which is that both camps are going to exist. IGN: People tend to grab onto every aspect of this show, including things that might never have been intended to be a big mystery. Is there one that keeps coming back, where you're constantly amused people are putting a lot of importance into it?Cuse: I think that there are a few kind of questions that surface, like are we ever going to see the Hurley Bird again. There was this huge bird flying around the island that made a cry that sounded like he was saying Hurley. We had just mentioned in the la[...]



Interview with a DarkUFO Spoiler Source about the Finale

2010-05-21T11:42:28.134-07:00

I recently had the opportunity to have an in depth chat with one of my longest and most trusted sources about the final few episodes of Lost. It's been a wonderful opportunity to have a contact like this to chat and confirm a variety of spoilers over the years and to provide our readers with little snippets/games/teasers for upcoming episodes.I've summarised the answers and questions below which obviously go behind the now infamous "Are You Sure" buttons.I hope you enjoy it. DARKUFO: Do you feel fans should be spoiled for this conclusion/last episode?SOURCE: I don't think they should.DARKUFO Did you enjoy the Season Finale?SOURCE: Yes I did, very much.DARKUFO What ranking would you give it for our episode table?SOURCE 10 out of 10.DARKUFO What have been your other top episodes of the series and which episode is the finale the most similar to in your opinion?SOURCE My top five episodes of the series in no particular order are...WalkaboutMan Of Science Man Of FaithThe Other 48 DaysThrough The Looking Glass316And I think the finale feels the most like The Incident. And by that I mean on island events with a multi centric alt story in place of the multi centric Jacob visitation scenes in The Incident.DARKUFO: I myself am really looking forward to how they are going to end the show myself.I'd like to see an ending that leave us notquestioning what we have just seen but more along the lines of looking back over the previous 6 seasons and re-evaluating it. For Reference my Favourite episodes are.WalkaboutAb AeternoThe Other 48 DaysThe Man Behind the CurtainThrough The Looking GlassDARKUFO Without spoiling the details, what parts of the Finale were most satisfying?SOURCE Geez, I don't know how to answer that without being too spoilery. All the alt "realization" moments were very satisfying.Since every finale has a Locke/Jack showdown of sorts this one culminating with a huge cliffside fight didn't disappoint. I was satisfied with Kate's romantic choice but I know a good group of people might not be.DARKUFO Were there any parts that you found disappointing?SOURCE Not really. I have disappointments with the series as a whole when I think about certain elements that I thought were important and ended up being pointless in retrospect. The story definitely ends, it feels very much complete, but like other fans I got sucked into the online discussion and theories and a lot of things people have read into the show weren't, or aren't, really there. Example: There isn't any Ji Yeon or grown up Aaron. Unless they show up in the last act that no one really knows about besides the actors involved.DARKUFO How many scenes from your knowledge were missing? IE secret scenes? What makes you think you know what is in the last scene?SOURCE I don't know for certain what the last scene is, or how many are in the last act. But my guess is Jacks "realization" moment in the alt. And when you look at how long the scenes are throughout The End when characters in the alt have their "Realization" moments I can safely predict the last act is going to just be that Jack moment. Maybe there is one last scene that will surprise me. But after seeing the brilliant structure to the stories on this show it would be out of place to show too much of something else.DARKUFO Which of the mysteries were explained well in the finale? Which ones have been left unanswered or at a loose end?SOURCE Surprisingly there are more questions. People are still alive in the on island timeline who are also alive in the Alt world. I think they answered the mythology questions before The End starts. The End is character payoff.DARKUFO Which character came out the best from the Finale?SOURCE Kate probably just because they really redeemed her character.DARKUFO Wow, really. Kate gets a pretty bad rep in the comments on our site so that's going to be interesting to see the reaction after the finale has aired.DARKUFO Favourite scene of the finale?SOURCE Locke's "realization" in the alt.DARKUFO Saddest Scene of[...]



Interview with Jack Bender

2010-05-21T07:22:05.742-07:00

Thanks to Flyer for the heads up.

We're assuming the Lost finale was not shot chronologically. Can you tell us what to look for on Sunday so we can know when we're watching what the actual last scene shot was?
I can tell you there was some discussion about what would be the last shot, and I decided that I wanted the last shot to involve Terry O'Quinn and Matthew Fox. And it was not an entirely popular choice on the production end because it meant keeping the actors a little longer and not getting them off of the clock. Blah blah bah. I insisted the last shot of our series was not going to be something arbitrary. In fact, we did three takes of it. And it involved a crane. It was a shot in the picture and it involved a crane with the two of them. We rehearsed it and we did take one and I said, "Well, that was wonderful guys, but I'm not ready to let go yet." So we did it again and I said, "That was also wonderful, but I can't say it yet." And then, on the third take, I said, "Well, I guess I have to say it now — that's a wrap." And that was our last shot, at 5:30 in the morning as the sun was coming up.

Source: Full Interview and Vulture Blog

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NY Times Talk - Finale Extended Sneak Peek and Spoilers (UPDATED)

2010-05-21T13:09:42.381-07:00

UPDATE: Here are two clips that are the full video of the event! Thanks to DarkUFO for the heads up!NY Times Talk - Finale Extended Sneak Peek and Spoilers- Just got back, not too many spoilers...but Carlton did let out that we will see Walt again before all is said and done.- they also referenced that one of the final scenes involves a lot of characters and that the very final scene has been known since season 1- One of the fans in the audience asked if Desmond's line to Jack in the 2nd season when they first meet in the stadium and Desmond tells Jack "You have to lift it up" would have any relevance to the finale. Damon & Carlton said "you will not be disappointed."- The bigger one, though, was confirmation that we will see Walt in the finale. Yes, Walt.- Eloise's knowledge is relevant for the finale.- Walt will be back in some form.- Damon would not directly address why Smokey was pulling Locke down that hole in the S1 finale, so that could be relevant. Same with whether or not Jacob is actually good, and whether or not there's anything worth protecting down in the Light Cave.- There will be a Star Wars reference in the first 7 minutes of the finale.- Hurley was involved in the final scene (we knew this already).- A clip was shown, pretty much an extended version of the Sawyer/Ben/Flocke one posted here. Sawyer tells Locke that he thinks Desmond is needed for destroying the Island, Locke says yes. Sawyer then takes Ben's gun, punches him, and walks away while saying that the group he's a part of "aren't candidates anymore". Locke then remarks that the Island will be at the bottom of the ocean when he's done with it, prompting Ben to question his loyalty (Ben was promised the Island in return for his help, and assumed that its destruction was figurative and not literal). Locke then invited him to join him on his boat as he watches the Island sink. He kneels down to the ground near the well and notices pawprints.He realizes that a dog had been there.- Also, mirrors are very relevant.- When Ben asks why Flocke isn't running to chase him down Flocke explains that he intends to use Desmond to destroy the Island. Naturally Ben isn't too pleased.- The extended clip ends with Flocke examining the ground near the well and stating that a dog had been there.- Widmore was lying when he said Jacob visited himSource: Various@DarkUFO[...]



Episode 6x17/18 Series Finale - First Promo Pics

2010-05-22T03:21:48.843-07:00

LOST Episode 6x17/18 Series Finale - First Promo Pics - "The End" - One of the most critically-acclaimed and groundbreaking shows of the past decade concludes in this "Lost" Series Finale Event. The battle lines are drawn as Locke puts his plan into action, which could finally liberate him from the island, on "Lost," SUNDAY, MAY 23 (9:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/MARIO PEREZ)Thanks to Sawyer840 [...]



New Nestor Carbonell Interview with TV Guide

2010-05-20T00:08:07.097-07:00

New Nestor Carbonell Interview with TV Guide

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Latest LOST Series Finale Spoiler via EW

2010-05-19T23:42:53.503-07:00

Latest LOST Series Finale Spoiler via EW

Question: One final Lost scoop before Sunday. It’s my last chance! —Ben

Ausiello: You know that big gathering in the sideways world that everyone was heading off to at the end of Tuesday’s ep? Rumor has it something very *a* happens.

Source: EW



Episode 6x17/18 Series Finale - Sneak Peek 2

2010-05-19T11:22:17.740-07:00

Episode 6x17/18 Series Finale (The End) - Sneak Peek 2

Here is most likely our last sneak peek.

Thanks to Lyly!

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Episode 6x17/18 Series Finale - Sneak Peek 1

2010-05-19T01:22:14.615-07:00

Episode 6x17/18 The End (Series Finale) - Sneak Peek 1

Thanks to Shirtless Locke for the clip!

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Episode 6x17/18 - Series Finale Two ABC Promos

2010-05-18T19:38:43.522-07:00

Episode 6x17/18 The End - Series Finale ABC Promo

Thanks to SycloneFX

Enjoy!

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Latest from Fancast - May 18th

2010-05-18T07:58:55.823-07:00

Don’t give anything specific away, but is this week’s ‘Lost’ a spectacular episode with lots of questions answered, or is it just so-so? – Steven via Facebook
Spectacular is a strong word (and one typically associated with Teri Hatcher’s… comedy chops), but yeah, ‘What They Died For” is very solid. Among other things, it features, like, the best campfire story ever, a reveal about someone we thought wasn’t a candidate, and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ finale-levels of bloodshed. There’s also a significant development regarding Jacob’s successor.

Will we see Rose and Bernard one more time before ‘Lost’ ends? – James
Yes, in Sunday’s series finale. And when the marrieds resurface, they’re still wielding a “Don’t harsh my mellow” ‘tude as their idyllic existence is rudely intruded upon (and then some). L. Scott Caldwell, who plays Rose, told me she herself isn’t fond of Rose’s lack of hospitality, seeing as the fans had come to regard the character as “quite peaceful.” So in her mind, R&B “were probably eating wild mushrooms or something else that changed their attitude!”

So, Juliet/Sawyer – happily ever after? Yes? – Ryan
Interpret Josh Holloway’s assessment of Sunday’s two-and-a-half hour series finale as you wish: “[It's] un-freakin’-believable… Everything I hoped it would do, it did.”

Source: Fancast



Full Scans of New LOST Cover and Feature in TV Guide

2010-05-17T23:39:49.700-07:00

Thanks to Dani for the scans. I've not had a chance to read them all yet so there may be the odd little spoiler in them.

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Getting LOST with TV Guide - Who Will Replace Jacob?

2010-05-14T22:57:11.414-07:00

Here is the latest Getting LOST from TV Guide - Who will replace Jacob?

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Last Official ABC Podcast with Damon and Carlton

2010-05-14T14:24:08.248-07:00

Here is the last official ABC LOST Podcast with Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.

They talk about the surprising fan reaction to Episode 6x15 Across the Sea and more. I have not listened to the whole podcast yeat so not sure if there are spoilers or not.

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Episode 6.16 - What They Died For - Promotional Photos

2010-05-13T12:27:58.836-07:00

Thanks to Iceman for the photos.

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Episode 6x16 - Sneak Peek 2

2010-05-12T12:11:51.398-07:00

Episode 6x16 What They Died For - Sneak Peek 2

Thanks to Lyly

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New Interview with Mark Pellegrino via TV Guide

2010-05-12T13:59:30.529-07:00

Thanks to everyone who sent this through.This week's mythos-heavy episode of Lost left fans with — you guessed it — more questions than answers. With just two episodes remaining before we find whether the show's mysteries will ever be explained or if its producers have just been messing with us, we tracked down Jacob himself, Mark Pellegrino. He talks about who's good, who's bad, the father of Jacob and the man/boy in black (Titus Welliver), and whether any of it matters. TVGuide.com: Last night's Lost was quite the head scratcher. Pellegrino: I've been hearing that. I've been hearing quite a bit about that. [Laughs]TVGuide.com: A lot of fans griped after the episode because they still felt confused about the mythology. Will there be more explanation in the last few episodes?Pellegrino: There will be. There will be some ends tied, but I can't guarantee that for everyone. People have been debating the meaning of the show and the various subplots for years, and I wonder if all of the questions are going to be answered. That's a tall order, but I think many people will be satisfied.TVGuide.com: All along we thought Jacob was a good guy, but he's not as good as we thought. Pellegrino: On a certain level, the line between good and evil has an indistinctive blurring. I think there's a lot of crossover in the show. That doesn't necessarily mean that I'm not good, though. Things will become clearer in the next episode, definitely. I think you'll make up your mind one way or the other for sure, but it's not going to be clean and pristine. You'll definitely come down on one side or the other.TVGuide.com: How did Jacob go from a mama's boy to a man of confidence?Pellegrino: I think there's a transformation that takes place when my mother gives me the wine. It opens certain doors for me. I think living for almost 2000 years — just the simple act of living, thinking and turning over ideas — can lead, hopefully, to a kind of wisdom.TVGuide.com: Why can Jacob leave the island, as he's done to visit his candidates, but the Man in Black cannot?Pellegrino: This is a question that I've wondered about myself actually. I don't think the answer is directly provided in any episode, but it could be the fact that I'm a guardian of sorts and therefore have a certain power to exit when I want to. He can leave as long as it's directly for a certain purpose. After I threw the Man in Black in the pit, he's chained there. He's become incorporeal, and he's in something worse than hell.TVGuide.com: Does the Man in Black still view Jacob as a brother?Pellegrino: I think he does. There's still that brotherly bond between the two of them. Even though The Man in Black has changed dramatically and he's gone from loving me to wanting me dead, there's still that bond between us.TVGuide.com: Who's their daddy and does it matter?Pellegrino: Some Roman, I imagine. Does it matter? No, I think in the end, no. I like to think that my daddy is Marcus Aurelius.TVGuide.com: I'm sure you can't say who takes Jacob's place as the guardian of the island, but can you say whether someone will actually take up the position?Pellegrino: That remains to be seen.TVGuide.com: Will we see Jacob again before the end of the series?Pellegrino: You will be seeing me some more, yes.Who's side are you on: Jacob or the Man in Black's?Source: TV Guide[...]



New Interview with Michael Emerson

2010-05-12T05:38:52.858-07:00

Here is a new interview with Michael Emerson about next week's episode and the finale.

He discusses what to expect for Ben both off and on island.

Thanks to our friend Jarett from the NY Post for the heads up!




Episode 6x16 - Sneak Peek 1

2010-05-12T00:50:28.183-07:00

Episode 6x16 What They Died For - Sneak Peek 1

Thanks to Shirtless Locke

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Episode 6x16 - New CTV (Canadian) Promo

2010-05-11T19:48:58.673-07:00

Episode 6x16 What They Died For - New CTV (Canadian) Promo

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Episode 6x16 - New ABC Promo

2010-05-11T19:33:55.957-07:00

Episode 6x16 What They Died For - New ABC Promo

Thanks to SycloneFX

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Episode 6x15 Across the Sea - Teasers via EW

2010-05-11T16:01:40.421-07:00

Teasers for episode 6.15 Across The Sea:

1. Two for the price of one.
2. Stop whining and drink your wine.
3. She makes a better press secretary than she does a midwife.

Source: EW



Episode 6.16 - Early Leaked Press Release

2010-05-11T13:54:59.514-07:00

Here is the press release and cast list for LOST Episode 6x16, since this is the first hour (episode) of the final 3 hours we have it behind an Are You Sure button.


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