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dimanche 31 mai 2009

jack in simpson style + one more of sawyer

Deanadded one more of sawyer and also he made jack today
enjoy :)

samedi 30 mai 2009

Sonya Walger on Flash Forward

i don't think i posted it before it's a new show for this year with Sonya Walger (penny) here the story
When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into its near future, and every man, woman and child is forced to come to grips with whether their destinies can be avoided or fulfilled.

Adapting award-winning author Robert J. Sawyer's revolutionary novel, executive producers David S. Goyer (visionary co-writer of "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight") and Brannon Braga ("24," "Star Trek: Enterprise") invite you to embark on a journey to answer the question, "if you knew what your future held, what would you do?"

here the promo sound very great

sawyer in simpson style

and after kate, today it's sawyer :D

vendredi 29 mai 2009

kate in simpson style

after locke, ben, hurley and charlie that can see here losties adopt simpson style !
here our dear freckles :)

Interview with Lost's Matthew Fox

Lost -Matthew Fox - 'Jack Shephard'

With the fifth season of the TV hit show "Lost" now well under way, fans around the world are hooked, once again, and trying to navigate their way through the maze-like plot.

Matthew Fox, who plays Jack - the doctor, leader, 'Oceanic 6' survivor and love interest of Kate - revealed all about playing his character, his love of travelling and family life in Hawaii.

Casual in jeans, a suit jacket and clutching a bottle of mineral water, the foxy Mr Fox is laid back and friendly. His approach appears in stark contrast to the intensity of his character, Jack Shephard, who - as any Lost fan will attest - has been historically full of angst for one reason or another.

Fox makes it clear from the outset that he was "so happy to get past the corner of Jack." Although he openly admits he's "very attracted to characters that are desperately trying to be better," he expresses his real relief about playing Jack in a new capacity this year: "He's a very, very different guy this year since he got back to the island."

Fox goes on to say that things do change as soon as Jack realises "he really is fated to accomplish something on that island, that he's meant to be there."

However, the challenge of playing this role is not something Fox passes off lightly. It's evident that it has been a long hard graft from the way he sighs out loud and without hesitation when speaking of Jack's despair.

Harking back to the first four years of the show where Jack was taken from a heroic place to a place of sheer and utter desperation, is painful for Fox. He feels that "towards the end there where he was really in that bad place, it was just really tough. The material was really tough and I couldn't wait to get past that. You don't just take that off and come home... Sometimes you carry that stuff around with you."

For Fox, work and family life have become intrinsically linked since his family's move to the Hawaian island of Oahu, (now five years ago) in order to start filming Lost. The knock-on effect meant there were big changes for his family and his career.

Given the shift and his obvious commitment to the show, Fox is keen to convey the importance of his family and extended family surrounding his career. Although personally happy in Hawaii where he can watch his daughter's love of surfing grow, Fox talks of his family's love of travelling, and how they are "looking forward to where we are heading after this and a lot of that because we are going to be closer to family." Fox fondly recalls speaking with his brothers about bringing all of their children closer together to ensure tighter relationships

Happy with home, family life and now with where Jack is, Fox (inbetween intermittently screwing and unscrewing the top of his water bottle) is constantly teasing forthcoming storylines.

When asked whether he knows about the ending of the show, he talks about all the misinformation as "an interesting dynamic." He feels that "what makes the show and what keeps the audience, I hope sort of on edge while they are watching Lost is that any character can die at any time."

So what about Jack? Could Jack die? For Fox it's a firm, "Oh, yeah!"

What's even more surprising is his answer to whether he'd like to see himself (Jack) die: "I think that would be awesome. I think Jack will die. I mean that's my own personal belief. Whether he will die in the last moments of the show or before that will remain to be seen. I think a lot of the characters are going to die, but I can be wrong. I might know that."

In addition to his thoughts on Jack's demise and all told through giggles, Fox also shed light on Locke and Jack together: "I think it is very cool to see how and where those two end up in the final moments of the show."

And with that final episode now less than a year away, there's little doubt that Fox will keep teasing us all, keeping us on tenterhooks for a little while longer.

Source: TV NZ

Spin Off for smokey !!

BURBANK, CA—Executives at ABC announced Monday that the network will premier a new Lost spin-off series this fall based around that show's popular smoke monster character.
The new series, a half-hour family-oriented comedy called Where There's Smoke, is touted by ABC as the new anchor of its Thursday-night lineup.
"Somewhere between the smoke monster's first appearance on Lost— when it was depicted as a strange unseen force uprooting trees—and that episode in season three where it grabbed Mr. Eko and smashed him against the ground until he was dead, this character became the breakout star of the show," said Stephen McPherson, president of ABC Entertainment. "And that's exactly why we're so excited about Where There's Smoke. We get to see the monster's light comedic side in a show about life, love, and good friends having good times."

"Because after all, Where There's Smoke, there's laughter," McPherson added.
ABC sources reported that the series will transplant the evil black cloud from the island of Lost to the suburbs of Chicago, where it works as a sports radio host, surrounded by "a whole new group of crazy characters." Actress Lea Thompson has signed on to play the monster's long-suffering wife, who must put up with her husband's screwball antics while raising the couple's two rambunctious children, Tanner and Smoky, Jr.

Veteran TV producer Chuck Lorre, of Dharma & Greg and The Big Bang Theory fame, will helm the show, which he said will focus mainly on the deadly creature's adjustments to suburbia and fatherhood, and its comically contentious relationship with its boss, a fussy radio station manager played by Richard Kind.

"The whole concept began with us asking, 'So what happens to the monster after it kills somebody and disappears down that ancient temple vent? What kind of life might it have?'" Lorre said. "And what we realized is that audiences really relate to this character and would like to see it in everyday situations, shooting the breeze with buddies at a local watering hole or murdering its son's soccer coach and depositing his lifeless body in a tree."

"And of course, you'll be hearing lots of its classic catchphrase, 'Brrrrr, chk-chk-chk-chk, muuuuuuuuuuuuaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrhhh,'" Lorre added.

Lost producer Jack Bender has confirmed that the smoke monster will no longer be part of his show's regular cast. However, ABC has promised that Where There's Smoke will feature a number of guest appearances from Lost regulars. Sources said the pilot episode will feature an appearance by actor Michael Emerson as a slobby houseguest named Benjamin Linus who overstays his welcome, much to the chagrin of the smoke monster's wife.

Though the project has been in development for almost a year, negotiations reached a standstill last winter when representatives for the mysterious, billowing actor expressed concern that their client would risk being typecast as "just a smoke monster" if the role were carried into a new series.

"We're always sensitive to these kinds of things, but we actually think this new vehicle will make people realize [the monster] is a sophisticated actor with a great deal of range," said McPherson, who agreed to pay the show's star $2 million per episode after scenes between the smoke monster and a nosy, ethnic next-door neighbor tested well with audiences. "People love the smoke monster, and people love to laugh. This series is a can't-miss."

Added McPherson, "And I'm not just blowing smoke here."

source :

jeudi 28 mai 2009

lost joins simpsons design !

amazing drawing by springfield punx today you can see hurley, charlie, ben and locke like a simpson character
when will we have chance to see our fav losties joining homer and co ? I hope it will be happen for real one day !!

The Best of Top Moments on tv guide

source : tv guide

Ausiello spoilers s6

lost isn't not here but here fews infos for us during the longgggg and also last hiatus of this show we love all !

Question: This is probably a long shot, but got any Lost scoop? --Jeff
Ausiello: Yeah, having Lost scoop in late May is about as unlikely as me combing through my old transcripts and finding an unused Damon Lindelof quote pertaining to the show's series finale. OMG, looky here: "We’ve been planning out the final season for four years now. And of all the talks we have had about the show, [reuniting all the castaways] is the subject that has come up the most. The ending was almost where we began, and we had to figure out how to get there. It's like a wedding where the reception is the part that requires the most planning and is the most fun to plan. We've exchanged our vows and I am ready to go party."

Question: Realistically, how many episodes of Lost do you think Elizabeth Mitchell will be in next year? --Derek
Ausiello: My gut is telling me we'll see her in two episodes max. But my gut has been wrong before. Oh, who am I kidding, no it hasn't.

source :EW

dimanche 24 mai 2009

Evi l'oreal interview

new ABC house promo

another one but the end is very funny lol
enjoy ^^

vendredi 22 mai 2009

Evi in Women's Health Magazine

thanks ELF for the scans

jeudi 21 mai 2009

V promo

here the promo for the new show of lizzie "V"

New ABC promo commercial

Somewhere in Pacific Palisades, characters from ABC series such as "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives" eat, sleep and play together in the same house.

At least, that's the conceit of the Alphabet net's latest marketing campaign, dubbed the "ABC House."

The tongue-in-cheek spots will feature ABC stars, but in character, mingling with each other under the presumption that they all live under one, big Alphabet roof.

In one spot, Susan of "Desperate Housewives" (Teri Hatcher) attempts to cook with "Lost's" Jack (Matthew Fox). In another, "Brothers and Sisters" matriarch Nora (Sally Field) reads a bedtime story to talkshow host Jimmy Kimmel.

The campaign will be unveiled Tuesday during ABC's upfront presentation in New York. About a dozen spots were put together; others featured include "Grey's Anatomy's" Patrick Dempsey, "Dancing With the Stars" host Tom Bergeron and the folks behind "Wipeout."

"We want to create the idea of ABC as more of a place, reinforcing the idea that all of your favorite shows live in one spot," said marketing exec VP Mike Benson. "So we took it literally, and actually have a house where all of our characters live."

In a twist on the net's "Start Here" slogan, the spots will all feature the line "Your favorite shows live here."

In a way, the campaign is a throwback to the big, star-driven network marketing campaigns of the 1970s and 1980s. Those spots usually featured a network's collection of stars interacting on a soundstage or on location.

"This is unique in that the new spots, they're all in character," said marketing co-exec VP Marla Provencio. "That's what the audience relates to."

ABC shot the spots in a Pacific Palisades rental over the course of four days a few weeks ago. Benson and Provencio said they're now mulling the next stage of the campaign.

"I feel like this is an idea that has legs," Benson said. "We've been looking for something that's uniquely us and from an identity standpoint developed a look for the network that is unique."

source :

here two promo commercial already aired on ABC :)

mardi 19 mai 2009

at least 120 promo pics for finale s5 added on the gallery

god i was wondering what it could be end to upload all of it lol sorry it took time but this year abc shared 153 promo pics for finale season 5 !! we're so lucky but it gave me a lotttttttttttt of work too lol
enjoy :)

evi cannes festival photos

here fews photos and also evi biography by l'oreal

Elizabeth Mitchell on "V" promotional photos

here promo pics for the new show where you can see our dear Lizzie !

'Lost' scoop: Juliet mystery (sort of) solved - spoilers season 6

And now for some news that should surprise no one: ABC is expected to announce tomorrow that it has picked up a reboot of the camptastic '80s thriller V and that Lost heroine Elizabeth Mitchell is a full-time castmember.

Translation: She will not be returning to Lost as a series regular.

However, before you go declaring Juliet DOA from last week's detonated hydrogen bomb, I should point out that this piece of scoop comes with a big but attached: Mitchell's Lost days are not done. Multiple sources confirm that the actress is expected to appear in an unspecified number of episodes next season, so it's entirely possible Juliet survived Jughead and her absence will be explained in another way. (Check out Doc Jensen's column this Wednesday for a comprehensive Juliet theorypalooza.)

What do you think happened to Juliet? And are you as bummed as I am that we'll be seeing less of her next season? Sound off below!

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lundi 18 mai 2009

Evi ambassadress for L'Oreal

Update 11:30PM


Update 10:41PM



Evi just signed to be ambassadress for L'Oreal and she was at the Cannes Festival yesterday, here fews photos and vids :)



and the vid of 17-05 event day

L'oreal photos