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'Lost' Stars Reunite At PaleyFest, Writers Open Up About Show's Final Episode

3/17/2014 10:16am EDT
'Lost' Stars Reunite At PaleyFest, Writers Open Up About Show's
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the premiere of "Lost," several of the show's actors, as well as creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, reunited at PaleyFest 2014 in Los Angeles on Sunday.

In attendance were Sawyer, played by Josh Holloway ("Intelligence"), Hurley, played by Jorge Garcia ("Hawaii Five-O"), Sun, played by Yunjin Kim ("Mistresses"), Boone, played by Ian Somerhalder ("The Vampire Diaries"), Shannon, played by Maggie Grace ("Californication"), Desmond, played by Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond) and Walt ,played by Malcolm David Kelley.

According to the Daily Mail, Lind...

'Lost' Cast And Creators Considering 10-Year Anniversary Reunion

7/30/2013 12:07am EDT
Next year's San Diego Comic-Con could be home to a Lost reunion.

Amusingly, several Lost cast members were at this year's Comic-Con anyway, promoting their current projects. Michael Emerson, for example, was promoting his hit shot Person of Interest with J.J. Abrams.

Emerson told Zap2it, "I've heard some murmurings of some kind of reunion. Whether it will take place at Comic-Con or not, I'm not sure. No matter what happens, if anything happens, it will be really hard logistically to put it together."

Fellow Lost cast member Henry Ian Cusick was at the convention as well, chatting about u...

Damon Lindelof Addresses Alice Eve's 'Gratuitous' Underwear Scene From 'Star Trek Into Darkness'

5/21/2013 10:01pm EDT
Alice Eve
Alice Eve's gratuitous underwear scene in Star Trek Into Darkness has left many wondering why the scene was included in the film in the first place, and others calling the move misogynistic.

Producer/writer Damon Lindelof has addressed the issue and apologized to those who were offended via a post on his Twitter page and in an email to MTV's Josh Horowitz.

"I feel like I have to start with the biggest mystery/conversation that's surrounded the film from the get go," Horowitz wrote in a letter to Lindelof. "Why is Alice Eve in her underwear at one point?"

The film's head writer replied to...

Trailer Talk: Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus' Could Be This Summer's Next Big Blockbuster & More

6/4/2012 1:02pm EDT
Arriving in theaters this week are Ridley Scott’s highly anticipated sci-fi vehicle “Prometheus,” the silly computer animated sequel “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted,” the coming-of-age comedy “Lola Versus,” the indie time travel comedy “Safety Not Guaranteed,” the period piece drama “Bel Ami,” the family relationship dramedy “Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding,” and Todd Solondz’s drama “Dark Horse.”

Unfortunately my pick from last week, “Snow White and the Huntsman,” was plagued by bad acting, lackluster action scenes, and farfetched concepts even for a fairy tale. Not only was it diff...

TV Book Club Q&A: Howard Gordon's 'Hard Target'

2/1/2012 12:20pm EST
Howard Gordon
Howard Gordon, the TV writer-producer who's been a part of so many fabulous shows, has hit the bulls-eye again with his second novel, Hard Target.

There's no doubt that Gordon is in the top class of TV scribes. His credits include sci-fi staple The X-Files, the underappreciated The Inside, the phenomenon that was 24, and last TV season's clear number one drama Homeland - plus, I give him bonus points for trying to bring my favorite British series Ultraviolet to American television. But being a great TV writer doesn't necessarily make a great novelist: while it's the same general trade, it'...

New 'Cowboys & Aliens' Trailer Debuts; Looks Awesome (Watch It!)

4/15/2011 8:00pm EDT
Cowboys and Aliens
Gunslinger Zeke Jackson (Daniel Craig) can't remember his name, why the mysterious device on his arm was put there, and who (or what) put it there. So begins the first official trailer for this summer's blockbuster Cowboys & Aliens, which debuted during Thursday night's episode of American Idol.

The film, based on Scott Mitchell Rosenberg's graphic novel of the same name, takes place in 1800s Arizona, where a conflict between local cowboys and the Apache Indian tribe gets interrupted by alien visitors bent on enslaving humans. How in the world are 19th century humans supposed to compete wi...

Check Out Daniel Craig & Harrison Ford In The 'Cowboys & Aliens' Trailer

11/18/2010 6:00pm EST
Cowboys and Aliens
Based on the graphic novel by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, Cowboys & Aliens starts in 1800s Arizona, where the local cowboys, headed by gunslinger Zeke Jackson (Daniel Craig), and the indigenous Apache tribe have been feuding fiercely for quite a while.

Their skirmish is interrupted, however, by the appearance of a spaceship, commanded by an alien creature that's bent on enslaving the human race. It's time for a six-gun shoot-out between these cattle rustlers and space invaders, and there might even be a temporary peace between the cowboys and Indians as they both take aim at these extraterr...

Lost Without 'Lost'? Try This...

10/14/2010 2:10pm EDT
Regardless of what you thought of the ‘Lost’ finale that aired last May, chances are you will miss the show come January. Then, you’ll realize during the doldrums of winter that your favorite show is not making a return from the usual eight-month hiatus. It is, in fact, over. Done. Finito.

There are ways to cope, however. There are potential new shows that may remedy your ‘Lost’ pains, and there are shows coming up that will sound promising to you. There are even a few old favorites you might find comforting.

What you can watch now:

-‘The Event’ on NBC. There’s no way you could ha...

'Lost' Vehicles Sell For $87,500 At Auction

8/24/2010 1:22pm EDT
The vehicles from "LOST" were among the biggest items to go under the hammer at a props and memorabilia auction on Sunday.

The Jeep were the highlights of the two-day sale, which culminated early on Monday morning, raising $87,500.

The van was the big highlight - it went for $47,500. The DHARMA Jeep and Hurley's Camaro both fetched $20,000.

Other highlights of the Profiles in History sale included a script of the pilot episode signed by show co-creators J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof, the suit Matthew Fox's character Jack was buried in and his set chair, and a large section of the Ocean...

Enigmatic Final Scene Of 'LOST' Added By Network - Not Producers

5/27/2010 11:05pm EDT
The final scene shown during ABC's Sunday night broadcast of the "LOST" series finale was added to the show by the network - not executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse - according to a report on Entertainment

The last images of Oceanic Flight 815 wreckage strewn across the beach with only the soothing sound of crashing waves in the distance quickly became one of the show's biggest mysteries.

But a spokesman for ABC told the L.A. Times, "The images shown during the end credits of the 'Lost' finale, which included shots of Oceanic 815 on a deserted beach, were not p...

Q&A: Ian Somerhalder On His Return To 'Lost' And His Thoughts On 'The Vampire Diaries'

2/2/2010 10:04am EST
Ian Somerhalder Q&A
Ian Somerhalder is probably having the most fun of anybody on The CW's series The Vampire Diaries. He gets to play bad boy vampire Damon Salvatore. Free from worrying about being sympathetic, he's actually the guy audiences love to hate. The show airs Thursday nights on The CW.

In real life, he might be the nicest handsome man I've ever met. I've met Clooney and Jackman, but Somerhalder certainly didn't need to be so generous and personable. Yeah, he's got a show to promote, and spending an hour standing in a corner as journalist after journalist hounds him with questions is part of the ...

'Lost' Creators Share Hints For Season Six At Comic-Con (Videos)

7/27/2009 2:47pm EDT
Comic-Con was all about Lost on Saturday, when the series' creators Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof showed off promos for the upcoming sixth season. But what's this? Dominic Monaghan has a guest appearance? Ian Somerhalder is going to return? What's going on?

In the promos, Jorge Garcia's Hurley does an advertisement for Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack, which he now owns after winning the lottery. Of course, the new meal he's hocking sells for $4.42.

After that, an Oceanic Arline ad runs in which a spokeswoman proudly mentions a "30-year crash-free period."

Then there's the fake epi...