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dimanche 23 mai 2010

Goodbye my friend ♥ ♥

Goodbye my lover.
Goodbye my friend.
You have been the one.
You have been the one for me.

i think this lyrics could fit pretty much with what i want to say, LOST was/is the show of my life, it's like losing a friend even thought right now i'm in "peace", i know the end is coming, i know i'll probably cry and have to deal with the "after LOST" but i'm glad LOST bring me to meet such people, I wanted to thanks Hely, Su and Ale for their work here, this blog was created for fans and as fans i'm happy to say thank you for you all.

I know it's coming to end and now it's time to thanks Damon and Carlton and also JJ thought for me LOST belong to Darlton !
I'll miss the cast, they were all fantastic, they made LOST was the show is now so thank you Josh, Evi, Foxy, Jorge, Terry, Emerson and everyone else!

Don't worry for the blog, i've a lot of stuff to share with you and i'll follow the life of our losties too, i wish them good luck and i hope they'll success !
LOST will never end in my heart, there will be always a part of me thinking of Hurley when i'll play the numbers, I'll think of Sawyer when i'll be sitting my bed reading a book, i'll think of Locke when i'll see orange remembering his cute/creepy smile in the Pilot, I'll remember Kate and her freckles, I'll remember Sayid 'cause when i'll need someone to repair something i'll be Sayid could do it and I'll remember Jack when i'll go to doctor and wonder if he'll say I WILL FIX YOU !! I'll remember the "DOC" episode for personnal reason and how much Sun and I were close, i'll think of the cage when i'll eat strawberries, i'll remember Ben when i'll drink milk, i'll just remember everything, everytimes i'll look at my room and all those LOST items/gift i'll cherish forever.

Lost is part of my life and it will never end, my friend is leaving me but i still know there is a place where i could find him : MY HEART ♥

So Goodbye LOST my lover, my friend, my everything
thank you for those 5 years of my life
thank you for make me cry, laugh
thank you for give me faith
simply I love you LOST and i'll love you forever !

Damon's mom interview about LOST

I'll put only part related to LOST, she seems such a nice woman :) let's enjoy what mama Damon thinks of the show !


Her commentary starts with the recap of previous developments on "Lost" — specifically, the tragic scene in which the beloved Jin and Sun died together on a doomed submarine.

"Oh, don't even show me this again," an anguished Susan Klausner says to the television. "No, no, no, no. Don't show me this again."

As the co-creator of the co-creator of "Lost" — as she's been called — the mother of Damon Lindelof is even more heavily invested in the show than most diehard fans.

"I feel like I'm losing a friend," Klausner says of tonight's "Lost" finale. "It made me think, and when you're over 60, it's a really good thing to be made to think. It's always a good thing."

This past Tuesday, The Record joined Klausner to watch the penultimate episode, "What They Died For," at her Hackensack condo. She also shared memories of her son's Teaneck childhood while everyone noshed on her homemade dark chocolate mousse and toasted the show with champagne.

Watching "Lost" with the dryly witty Klausner is a fun, interactive experience.

When, for example, someone from Oceanic Airlines (Desmond, it turns out) phones Sideways Jack to say they've found his "missing cargo" — the coffin carrying his father's body — she predicts, "He won't be in it."

Back on the island, Kate blames Locke for Sun and Jin's death and says, "We have to kill him, Jack."

"Yes," Klausner says.

When Sawyer comes onscreen, she sighs, "Oh, hot man."

source :

Video : LOST promo series finale event TONIGHT

and voila fews hours and it will be time to say Goodbye :(

samedi 22 mai 2010

Photos : another promo pic for series finale (spoiler)

it seem series finale it's Sawyer promo pics fiesta lol thanks Su from Outlaws for the scan

Video : Evangeline Lilly French interview about the end of LOST

here interview with evi she made in cannes, she spokes about the end, the last kate scene (i mean her last scene on the show !) and what she felt now it ended
source : allocine

the end of LOST
So i think for the end, the fans will be react differently, it's something related to the show, and always people are attracted of mystery and it will continue this way, you can't satisfy everyone, and there is not a simply answer on LOST, it's the theme of show. I didn't hope or have an idea what I wanted the show to end but i can say the writers said there is always a plan and we have an ideas where we wanted the show to go and it wasn't a joke. it's true.(laugh) you can see the plan it was always here.

the last kate's scene
It was really a beautiful scene, it was an emotional scene. I saw it already because i was here when they were recordering the music for the show and i cried, cried, it was something very emotional like you can see it's 'cause it was my life which was organized around this show for 6 years but i think the fans will be also emotional.

Will Kate miss you ?

Oh yes, i think it was strange because you became your character so for me it was interesting, it's already interesting 'cause i'm letting go of her, the set is over, so kate is over too. it's like losing a part of your spirit or a very close friend but it's also freedom 'cause having always kate so close it was hard (here i don't understand but she mean having her in her personnal life) so it's exciting.

Video : New Lost promo series finale

Photos : promo pics for the series finale added on the gallery

It hurt to say I added promo pics for the end yeahh !! more close of the end yeah, more and more :'(

more pics here : gallery for the series finale

Videos : Damon and Carlton on Jimmy Kimmel live

Sneak peek on the second video !

Video : This Week in Unnecessary Censorship - LOST Edition

Elizabeth Mitchell Interview

Lost: Will We Get to See Sawyer and Juliet Go Dutch for Coffee?

Ever since the Season 6 premiere of Lost, fans wondered what Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell) meant when she offered a coffee date to Sawyer (Josh Holloway) in which they could go Dutch. With the series coming to an end Sunday, caught up with Mitchell to find out whether Juliet and Sawyer will be reunited and whether she's satisfied with the conclusion of her storyline. The perception is that we're going to see Juliet back having that coffee date with Sawyer. Can we expect any surprises?
Elizabeth Mitchell: There probably will be surprises. I wouldn't trust anything one way or another. I was happy to do what they had me do. I had a great time and it's fun knowing, but there's so much I don't know about the finale. Did you know what those lines about going Dutch for coffee meant when you said them in the premiere?
Mitchell: I did because I thought that was something I should know in the playing of it. I had a feeling that I knew what they were and I was kind of given the go-ahead to do it the way that I thought that it was. So I did have somewhat of an idea, yes. I didn't go into it blind. Do you feel you're more knowledgeable about it now?
Mitchell: Yeah, or maybe about the same. They definitely gave me enough ammunition to do what I needed to do. I feel like I was pretty much right on in the way that I played it. The producers are mischievous, though. [Laughs] Who knows what they're going to do. Any day now I'm expecting them to call and say they're not going to use my stuff [for the finale]. I know they filmed things that weren't there and other things to throw people off. They're serious about keeping this secret. Were you satisfied with the ending they gave to Juliet?
Mitchell: To a degree. The thing about Juliet is that she was such a complex character and I had so much invested in her story. We could do about six hours and I still wouldn't feel it was wrapped up. I enjoyed what they had me do. I thought it was authentic. A lot of fans believe that Juliet is Jack's ex-wife in the sideways universe.
Mitchell: Oh, that would be pretty cool. We'll see if everybody is right or not. [Laughs] I really wish I could say. How do you feel coming to the end of Lost?
Mitchell: It's funny, it was so strange saying goodbye to everybody. Some people did it in different ways: Some out partying, some people were doing their own thing. I sat really quietly with Evangeline [Lilly] for a little bit, and I sat really quietly with Terry [O'Quinn] and I just thought about how much I really like these people. I remember saying goodbye to the guys when I did my final thing and everyone was saying thank you. It's got that feeling of "job well done," where everybody feels like they gave as much as they had to give and felt good about it. It's a happy goodbye, rather than a "we should've done more" goodbye.


Photos : Josh Holloway on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Josh Holloway Interview on Vanity Fair

it's very Long article so i'll put a part and you can read more on the website.

I watched Holloway on the Lost soundstage for two days in February. He seemed to be one of the most popular cast members with the crew; he's a friendly dude, with nothing of the pampered star about him, and he had some sort of inside joke for almost everyone he passed. We spoke on the metal steps of his trailer on the day he was shooting the big submarine sequence, during which a mistake made by his character leads to a few of his fellow castaways going kablooey. He was having a smoke as he talked. Through the trailer door I spotted his guitar. He seemed humble, with more than a hint of the actor's insecurity, as if he couldn't believe his luck.

Jim Windolf: Terry O'Quinn told me the two of you sometimes play and sing together, along with Naveen Andrews [who plays Sayid].

They're the pros, Terry and Naveen. They can play all kinds of stuff. They sing, play guitar, everything else. Harmonize. I can play a little, I can entertain you for a while, but I'm not on their level. It's a special thing, though, to be sitting around on set, and the girls have these angel voices, and Jorge [Garcia] can really rock it out, too.

Have you ever played in public?

Once. Years and years ago, I sang at a blues bar with a band behind me. It was with my friend, my guitar teacher at the time. I took some sporadic lessons. This was like eighteen years ago. I haven't done it lately because of the Internet and YouTube. I don’t feel like I'm on that level, to be going out there, when it's gonna be worldwide. People will cringe and be like, "Oh, my God, put that down!"

What music do you like?

I'm stuck way back. Rolling Stones. Pink Floyd. Neil Young. Alice in Chains. Radiohead.

read more here

vendredi 21 mai 2010

Video : LOST Promo series finale

Video : Extended sneak peek#2

I guess it could happen this way when i saw promo pic of Sawyer running with the gun :p

D-2 : When I started to play the Numbers lol

yes yes, who never do it ? well i think i started around 2005 when i was very involved on the show and i played the numbers and i do again lol it's the 8 who made me won the LOST Yearbook lol, I won recently place at restaurant with my ticket #4 lol hell the numbers are one of the most funny things on LOST, not funny for Hurley but the obsession fans have had on it, I don't try to win million and all it's just I HAVE TO play the numbers on each games, lottery lol it's like that period !
I remember recently I made my friends crazy 'cause all time we heard at the "bingo" game(i dunno if it's the same thing like for me, we call it loto lol) the numbers i was telling the names of the candidates lol

Jorge Garcia says Goodbye to LOST

when you think you've not enough cried, voila BOUM something is posted and you cry thinking it will end in 2days :(

At 5 a.m. on April 24, I became unemployed.

I just wrapped my six-season run on "Lost." The job that went above and beyond anything I could have imagined was over.

When I auditioned for "Lost," I was just another out-of-work actor struggling to land a pilot. When I first went in to meet the producers, there wasn't any material for me, except a few sides they had for the character Sawyer.

I felt great about the audition; so great, in fact, that getting the part wasn't important because I knew I couldn't have done any better. Then I got the call that I was going to test, and that they were going to write scenes specifically for me. I remember noticing I was the only Hurley in the room waiting to test. I called my agent from the parking lot afterward and said, "I don't know what it meant but it felt like a good thing."

When I got hired I hadn't even seen the pilot script. All I knew was that it was a J.J. Abrams show and that it would shoot in Hawaii. I figured, if anything, I had just scored an extended Hawaiian vacation.

Moving to Hawaii was a dream come true. When I worked the magazine stand at Borders in Westwood, I remember seeing a picture of Kelsey Grammer in his Hawaiian home on the cover of Architectural Digest and thinking that having a home in Hawaii was a good benchmark for success. Not two months in my new apartment in L.A., I was trying to figure out what to pack for a show that I had no idea how long would last. Now six years later, I walk around my house trying to figure out what to pack from all of the stuff I have amassed in Hawaii over the show's run.

During the pilot and the first summer of shooting we bonded quickly as a cast. After all, not unlike the show's premise, we literally found ourselves on an island with one another. We'd go to each other's houses on the weekends and nights when we weren't shooting. When the shows started airing, we would usually gather at the house of whomever the show was going to feature that week to watch and congratulate each other.

We had no information about what was going on beyond what we read in the script each week. We knew we were making TV that was not like anything seen before and crossed our fingers hoping we would find an audience who liked what we were doing.

The series premiere brought in better numbers than we anticipated and I remember saying to the other actors the next day, "I hope you like it in Hawaii because we may be here for a while."

As the seasons progressed, moments of being recognized on the street grew exponentially. There was a time during season one when all I had to do was tie my hair back to become invisible. Obviously, that does nothing for me now; neither does wearing a hat and sunglasses. At times both Daniel Dae Kim and Terry O'Quinn remarked how they enjoyed disappearing when they were around me as I would be the only one getting recognized.

Hawaii has been a wonderful place to hide for six years. Sometimes I could almost convince myself that "Lost" was a just a little show I did with friends in the jungle. I always liked to think of us as the tinkers in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" until something would shake that fantasy and I'd be forced to recognize how huge the show was becoming, like getting nominated for a Golden Globe. J.J., always the consummate mensch, wanted my experience to be enjoyable and easy at the awards, so he gifted me my first custom-tailored tuxedo.

I think the time spent under the cast tent on set will be what I'll miss the most. We sang songs to Terry and Naveen's guitar playing, made valiant group efforts to complete a Friday edition of the New York Times crossword puzzle and played a lot of Scrabble.

My last day on "Lost" was also my longest: 20 hours. Without going into details, I can say the shoot was dangerous, physical and wet. But what could be more appropriate? How else could we end this epic show without an epic marathon night of shooting? At the end of it all we all remarked how we expected the end to be more emotional for us, but we were too tired to cry.

I'll admit I got a little teary with Matthew Fox. I thanked him for everything he taught me, including taking me on his trip to Japan to see Green Day that first summer of shooting. At the time, flying at the last minute to a foreign country was way out of my comfort zone, but then again nothing on "Lost" was ever in my comfort zone.

I stuck around after even after I wrapped to see the martini shot of the entire show. I could feel director Jack Bender's resistance to call "print" on that last take. In fact I'm pretty sure he asked for one more take to delay the inevitable.

I still don't think the end of it all has hit me yet. Maybe I'll feel it when the finale finally airs Sunday. Or maybe it will hit me when I board the plane at Honolulu Airport for the last time as a Hawaiian resident.

I have no clue what my next adventure is going to be, I just know this job is going to be a hard one to follow.

source :

LOST honored on Facebook Game

what a surprise when my friend Céline told me i got a dharma box i was o_O they copy LOST !!! Until i found out they were giving chance to LOST fans to get (ok with real money, kinda suck) The Hatch, Jacob's statue, the plane crashed AND smokey !
if you love FB and game try Treasure Isle to find treasures and put some LOST decorations for our last days in this fandoms !
I play since weeks so i got me Smokey, The Hatch (Locke <3) and dharma box

Operation #ThankstoLost on Twitter TODAY !

I've been warned about it this week so this is the day guys if you love LOST as I do and you've twitter use it to say #ThankstoLost

this idea comes from welovelost
Hey Everyone,

Our friend Jami Losurdo has created “Thanks to LOST” day – coming up this Friday (5/21) on Twitter!

Be sure to thank Darlton and the LOST crew in 140 characters or less, and include the hashtag #ThankstoLost . We’ll pick out some of the best tweets and add them to our page here, so tell your friends, and say Thanks to LOST!

Oh, and don’t forget to send in your Thank You messages, pictures and updates to before and after the finale to continue to Thank Darlton and to share your favorite experiences with the LOST team and your fellow Losties. We want to see your finale celebration photos and hear about your experiences!

Until then, Razzle Dazzle!

Video: Jacob visits Jimmy Kimmel

and thanks to Jimmy Kimmel for this LOST Channel

Josh Holloway on Jimmy Kimmel Live, May 20th

Interviews with Josh Holloway, Evangeline Lilly and Terry O'quinn

Here only fews part of Terry, Evi and Josh interview you can read more here : complete interviews here

Terry O'Quinn

On the tragic nature of John Locke, and his death:

"I got an email that said, 'It was such a disappointment to us to see Locke go that way, to see that he was an insignificant loser.' My response was, I cling to the idea that he was in fact a significant loser, that his path, his actions were significant in that they made a difference. ... It was unfortunate that he wasn't fulfilled, that he wasn't able to garner the thing that he wanted most, which was recognition and respect and to be somebody. And a nobody was who he was [when he went to Australia]. He was an unperson. He was tragic."

Was Locke's faith misplaced, then?

"I think it was never placed. He desperately wanted to believe in something, and he to this point in his life never found anything that repaid him for believing in it. ... [Until he found the Island and the belief] that it could be shared with everyone. He desperately wanted that to happen. He said he was a man of faith, but I also think that he desperately wanted people to have faith in him. So no, I don't think he was ever satisfied. And that's what makes him tragic. But a good man."

Evangeline Lilly

Does that help or hinder you as an actress?

"I think it helps me be true to Kate. When Locke comes 'back to life,' if I had read the scripts, I would have known that he's alive and he's kicking and he's doing his thing. But Kate doesn't encounter Locke until long afterward. And when she encountered them, I think I was the only one who realized that this was her first time seeing this dead man alive. And I think it helped—I had to show that she was gobsmacked...

"There are a lot of times when I'll show up on set and say to the director, 'Walk me through this. Where has [Kate] been and what is she doing? Because we don't shoot in chronological order. It can be hard to remember what the chronology is and how much time has passed between events. We have Greg Nations, who's become famous as the script supervisor who maintains all the details and all the chronology. But sometimes the director will make a decision on the fly. When's the last time she saw her? Oh, let's say two hours-ish."

Josh Holloway

On the season four finale reveal, and his role in concealing it:

"I was [filmed] in a coffin when they were trying to keep Terry O'Quinn's secret. They put me in a suit, and they put me in the coffin, and they shot it. I got to tell you, it pissed me off. Because even if you know you're not dead, you feel like you're dead for a minute."

jeudi 20 mai 2010

Photos : promo pics for the finale

I took more than usual, I took 10 for you and i'll add the others soon i can :)

LOST - "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

D-3 : What is my less favorite season ?

Well i could say a part of me wasn't fan of s2 'cause mostly Locke was inside this damn hatch, I felt for him and for Terry (and i know he didn't like himself sigh) but the season i don't like so it will surprise people i guess but it's season4 the O6 as I call it, and the reasons are simple...
I know it was rushed 'cause of the strike, but i was so piss off because it was the O6 season, true we got good scenes and all, but lack of Sawyer (and NO CENTRIC WTF !) and we stayed in dark so LONGGGGGG wondering what happened for our losties left behind, we knew for example Jin was dead or Sawyer chose to stay on the island, we knew Jack wanted to go back but I didn't like this season and WHO was on the coffin I think it killed me, i was pissed off for MANY reasons that's why it's the season I'll not rewatch a lot except fews good episodes.
One of my fav scene this season (so happy i got the script last year with the liveauto event thanks Darlton!!) BUT for me they shouldn't bring them back together so early, i still wonder if Desmond will have his happy ending with Penny and bb charlie :(

Photos : Two promo pics for the finale

Update 7:31pm : added better quality thanks EW


ABC didn't release any but since i follow the promo pics, I noticed two were put on EW magazine and we didn't see the scenes or even released by ABC so i guessed it's from the finale. Sawyer's fans will be happy but i still hope we'll get some soon by ABC !

thanks my friend Su from Outlaws for the scans

Josh Holloway interview on Men’s Health Magazine

Update : here more of the josh's interview and a nice photo :)
Josh interview read here

On adjusting to ocean life in Hawaii: “I almost peed my pants, if I can say that. I’ve been out there in conditions I should not have been out there in. I’ve learned a lot from this ocean, and I have a lot more to learn. If you’re going to be taunting her in that way, she will smack you down. You can never disrespect the ocean.”

On being a family man: “As men, we protect and provide by our nature. And when we find something bona fide and validated, it’s hard to break out of. … I always wanted a wife and child, so I geared my life that way.”

What’s next: “I like the growth that happens to an artist in transition. A lot of growth takes place throughout your insecurities, through having to reevaluate something you thought was working and finding a way to make it work differently. All of that is very uncomfortable.”

On getting older: “I love the comfort zone. In my mind, I am a 70-year-old man with a fly rod in one hand and a beer in the other. But that’s not the world of creativity. I’m not saying you can’t enjoy the comfort when you’ve found a zone. But you must always evolve.”

On having the requisite beer gut at 70: “I will be! And I’ll be unapologetic. You want to do a Men’s Health cover then? I would be happy to show you my Buddha gut, because it will certainly be out. And I will have earned it.

source :

Details for LOST the final journey

Episode Synopsis: A series retrospective with a focus on the final season. Also: behind the scenes of the series' 2004 pilot episode; interviews with past and present cast members; a look at the series' impact on popular culture. Original Air Date: May 23, 2010

source : tv guide

Photos : Jorge Garcia and Michael Emerson on the view

they didn't come together but since they went almost at the same time, I put in one post the pictures of Jorge and Emerson :)
enjoy !

From Ausiello

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.


Video : Damon and Carlton Top Ten spoilers on David Letterman

don't worry guys it's not real spoilers and it was fun to see Darlton on Letterman :)

Photos : promo pics episode 6x16 added on the gallery

others pictures added here : gallery episode 6x16

D-4 : When I freaked out for the first time watching LOST

I'll make it short lol because the story is just funny i could say, it's true i was freaked out when Walkt was kidnapped and Sawyer shot BUT the time i was o_O and i couldn't stop to think for hours about it
it was when our losties were captured by Henry or i could say Ben, at this time we didn't know the others, they were "weird", kidnapped Claire then Walt, then wanted to kill Kate so Yes i was very freaked out when we saw Hurley frees (at first i even thought OMG he's with them lol a short moment lol like he's free and he's the big boss hell my mind can be crazy sometimes lol) so here to remember this last scene where Mike left his friends and they go "home" with mister creepy Benjamin Linus, i knew i was back to watch s3 but VERY VERY WORRY for our losties !

mercredi 19 mai 2010

Photo : Josh Holloway Men's Health magazine cover

New cover for Mean's Health magazine with our dear Josh !
thanks my good friend SawyerandKate for the head up

Photo : Henry Ian Cusick and Nestor Carbonell at ABC Summer Press Junket

what a nice and funny photo with HIC, Nestor and Rhona Mitra (don't ask me who she's, i don't know lol)

Video : Series Finale sneak peek#2

I knew it has to be me who should probably share it online, 'cause i always get the second but it feel so weird to think it's the last time i'll ever do that for you :(

Tv guide article : Dvd/Blu ray bonus news !

An ABC source confirms to me that after Sunday’s series finale, titled "The End," airs from 9 – 11:30 pm ET/PT, the season six DVD (as well as the complete series collection, out on DVD and Blu-ray August 24) will continue the saga with upwards of twenty minutes of additional storyline.

“It’s in production now,” confirms the source, who couldn’t yet confirm the actual running time of the new scenes. “Damon and Carlton wanted to offer fans answers to additional questions they couldn’t get to in the body of the final show.”

source : tv guide

Video : Jorge Garcia on Lopez

there is funny mention of Jorge who got Josh's cover for EW, he also speaks about it to us early here lolJorge Garcia Blog
so i'm happy he got his :)
he spoke about the finale but didn't say a word about it so no spoilers guys :)
let's enjoy Jorge's interview
we'll miss him :'(

thanks Sl-Lost for the head up

Video : Matthew Fox on Jimmy Fallon

thanks Odi for the head up

Video : Series Finale sneak peek#1

it's so weird to write Series Finale
4days and it's over...ughhhhhh >_<

Video : LOST UNTANGLED episode 6x16

Video : LOST Retrospective- LOST cast says goodbye

i can't say a word 'cause watching it made me cry so hard, i don't want to say goodbye :'(

mardi 18 mai 2010

Tv guide article : Damon Lindelof talks about Jacob&MIB and the finale (spoilers)

Given all the time Lost has spent lately on Jacob (Mark Pellegrino) and the Man in Black (Terry O'Quinn), you might think they're the key to the show or something. They're not.

"It would be mis-categorizing to think this is the epitome of what Lost is," executive producer Damon Lindelof tells "Obviously the island was there before these babies were born, and lots of things were going on before they came there. What those stories are isn't relevant to the story we told, which is the crash of Oceanic 815 and what the ultimate fates of the survivors are."

Lindelof's explanation of what to expect echoes a line Jacob delivered to the Man in Black in the Season 5 finale: "It only ends once. Anything that happens before that is just progress."

"I wish that we could say that the finale is going to be enormously definitive," Lindelof says. "We found that when we told people that we've got definitive answers coming, it's not as definitive as the fans want it to be, therefore there's this ongoing and vociferous debate about what things mean.

"All we can say is: Lost is only ending once," he adds. "There's only one finale. There's not a question mark at the end of the end. There's not a dot, dot, dot. This is our story and it's over. Hopefully there's going to be a lot of interpretation in its wake."

"This was a pilot where the question asked secondary to 'What is the monster?' was 'How will you sustain this as a TV series?'" he says. "If I had said, 'We'll be fine for 120 episodes, and then we'll end it,' nobody ever would've believed it, including me. I think the show is a blessing and we're really grateful to be here."

source : tv guide

Photos : Tv Guide Magazine print LOST Cover

now we can see better of the mosaic

you can view it on UHQ here cover to download here

D-5 : When I fall for John Locke

I dunno exactly when it happened because as i said first it was Sawyer who "caught" me but then i started to see this man who just trusted this mysterious island, a man of faith and when he chose Booboone to be his disciple, i was 'jealous" because i wanted to be his lol I fall for LOST because of John Locke, i never fall so hard for a show 'cause of a character shown me how beautiful the island was, i just knew if i was on the island and it could be Jack vs Locke, no matter how crazy his ideas could be or his faith on the island, i could just follow him with blind eyes. John Locke was the reason i never stopped to love and be amazed by LOST. Now, he's dead but what he tried to show to Jack for years finally worked, for me a part of Locke "lives" in Jack but I still wish he could be the one to be here and show people what the island really is.

R.I.P. John Locke, man of faith, you made me fall for LOST so hard and I thank you for that.
here one of the best amazing scene for Locke and when i watch it, i just simply cry and be amazed how he was a broken man and lose faith on the island an instant until the light (desmond lol) brings him to "life"

Video : AOL TV Interview with the LOST cast about the finale

Our dear Maggie from Aol tv got lucky to speak with the LOST cast at the "LOST Live event" and how they felt about the journey of their characters at the end
enjoy !
it's kinda spoilers because you know who will be on the finale series.

source : aol tv

Tv guide summary for epi 6x16

Last week, we were told that Locke's motives would become clear. Locke, it turns out, was on the show for only a few seconds, but we do now know why Jacob and the Man in Black have been at loggerheads for, what, 2000 years? And don't the Man in Black and the Locke Monster share a certain smoky characteristic? So there. As for the Locke Monster, he makes a strategic move in the series' penultimate episode, while the island's Jack faction searches for Desmond. And old friends Ana Lucia, Rousseau and Alex turn up. The episode's title is "What They Died For." What who died for?

source : tv guide

lundi 17 mai 2010

tv guide article : How You Think LOST Should End

Here fans opinion (including mine thanks TV guide ! thought i was wrong for Jin :( and they cut when i spoke of Hurley lol) so here how fans think LOST will end :)

source : Tv guide

Video : Lost baywatch style

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Photos : Tv Guide Magazine LOST Cover

I can say i expected a real photoshoot for the Last LOST Tv Guide cover i'm...well without voice we'll say

D-6 : when LOST caught me

I started to watch LOST with "The Moth", I finished Smallville and i was let's try this new show my friend talk me about and i just FALL for Sawyer as fast i saw him, the bad boy, the asshole, with the Moth I was wow I like him lol then we got Confidence Man and i was I fall for him simply. I was touched by his storyline, My fav scene of this episode is when he tells Kate about the real Sawyer, i knew i couldn't stop to watch this show just 'cause i wanted to learn more about this man then I fall for Locke very fast too but today it was when LOST caught me and i wanted to share this story with you. Now let's remember this amazing episode with the LOST location and what Damon have to say about the character who will become one of the most popular on this show !

dimanche 16 mai 2010

Photos : Evangeline Lilly on the View