Thursday, July 30, 2009
E! Online has done a pretty good job of compiling all the Lost news that came out of Comic Con's Lost panel and press interviews. You'll find out how Sawyer is doing, whether Charlie is coming back, if any other dead folks are coming back, and whether we have seen the last of time travel and flash forwards. Click here to visit the E! Online article.
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Elizabeth Mitchell, whom we last saw getting nuked on the finale of Lost, is spilling about her new gig, playing a federal agent fighting aliens on the NBC series "V," a reboot of the 80's miniseries. In a recent interview, she revealed that her character is torn between her duty to stop the Visitors, and saving her son, who loves the Visitors. Her partner on the show is played by "Serenity" alum Alan Tudyk.
Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have both confirmed that Elizabeth will appear on Lost this season, but everyone is mum about the context. Will Juliet live via the timeline being "reset," or will she live on only in flashbacks? Elizabeth says filming on the two series will not affect the other, but she did say her character will appear "pretty immediately," and that her fate will be "satisfactory." We will find out soon enough if Juliet and Sawyer get a happy ending.
Sunday, July 26, 2009
ABC.com has just launched a new web series called "Mysteries of the Universe: The Dharma Initiative," a fictional documentary that they claim "has never been seen before, until now." The episode release dates are as follows (note the use of the "numbers"): Episode 1 - 7/23/09, Episode 2 - 8/4/09, Episode 3 - 9/8/09, Episode 4 - 10/15/09, and Episode 5 - 11/16/09. No word if these will be on the DVD set later this year, but one would assume so. To watch the series, CLICK HERE.
Monday, July 20, 2009
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Well, those McFarlane Lost figures were cool (not counting Shannon), but man did they take up space. Now, Biff Bang Pow Toys has the Lost license, and they are making a new series of figures. Details are sketchy right now, but we do know that they will feature articulation, and not be little statues like the McFarlanes. Figures will come in two packs and the first characters coming in November are Jack and Kate (packaged together) and Sawyer and Juliet (packaged together). They will sell for about $30 a pair. More info as this develops, but I think we'll see some pics of these at Comic Con. However, you can order these figures from Entertainment Earth. Click HERE to place your pre-order now!
This very cool Ben Linus bobble head will be available exclusively at the San Diego Comic Con at the end of the month. Only 1008 will be made and you cannot order one ahead of time. If you aren't going, you'll have to wait to grab one on eBay. Click on the pic for a larger version.
Saturday, July 4, 2009
Since we're moving all of our stuff over from the old site, I thought I should repost a few of the cooler images here to archive them. Here is a promotional piece produced by ABC to promote Season 3. It was probably used as a magazine ad and a studio poster (which are pretty rare and hung usually at ABC affiliate stations). The only posters I could find were unauthorized reprints. Either way, it's a great image.