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Carlton Cuse says it's "very possible" that ABC/Disney will make a new Lost TV show or movie →

Basically, he says that he and Damon are very happy with the way that they completed the story. They don’t have any desire to do a spin-off now, but if they think up a great idea in a few years, he’s open to the possibility.

And since ABC/Disney owns the rights to the Lost franchise, he thinks it’s “very possible” that they’ll soon do something more with it.


Andrea Gabriel (Nadia) joins Twlight

She’ll play Kebi, a member of the Egyptian Coven in Breaking Dawn. Maggie Grace has already been announced to play the vampire Irina.

(Source: altfg.com)


from the set of Mission Impossible 4

from the set of Mission Impossible 4


Exclusive: 'Lost' boys developing top-secret project →

hopelessfangirl:

In what is sure to be one of the hottest properties of the rapidly approaching pilot season, former Lost executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz are developing a fairy tale-themed drama series. Oh, and they’re getting a little help from—stop me if you’ve heard of this guy—Damon Freakin’ Lindelof! 

Here’s what I know right this second…

Kitsis and Horowitz are getting ready to pitch the project to ABC Studios, where the duo currently have an overall deal. If it gets a green light, Lindelof—who also has a deal at ABC—will serve as a consultant.

So what is this thing? Good question. The only additional intel I’ve been able to glean from my sources is that it will have a female lead. (Paging Sarah Michelle Gellar… ) Based on the pedigree alone, I’m going to declare it the breakout hit of the 2011-12 TV season.

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(Source: wanderingfound)

Reblogged from hopelessfangirl (Originally from wanderingfound)

Michael Emerson as John Winthrop (governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony) in the PBS mini-series God in America, premiering Monday, October 11.

Michael Emerson as John Winthrop (governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony) in the PBS mini-series God in America, premiering Monday, October 11.


WAAAAALT!

I’m currently watching the premiere of a new show on Teen Nick called Gigantic, and Malcom David Kelley is on it! He plays a character named Finn! Funny enough, his best friend played by Tony Oller, is named WAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLT! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLTTT!

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Ohhh…thanks for the heads-up, xnubcak3!

The island just won’t let Malcolm escape the Walt!calls I guess.


fuckyeahlost:

EW exclusive: LOST cast members to reunite at Spike TV Scream Awards
Spike TV’s annual Scream awards — honoring the best in sci-fi,   fantasy, comics and horror — has scored a major geek pop coup: Scream   2010 (airing Oct. 19 at 9 p.m.) will include a “Farewell Tribute To LOST”   that will bring together many members of the cast for the first time   since they filmed the May finale. Jorge Garcia (Hurley), Henry Ian   Cusick (Desmond), and Harold Perrineau (Michael), as well as exec   producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, are confirmed to appear, and   additional cast members are expected to be announced soon.
The salute will be an elaborate affair, complete with pyrotechnics   and a filmed tribute. Spike has produced a nifty promo emulating the   choppy look of a Dharma Initiative orientation video, featuring actor   Francois Chau reprising his role as The Dharma Dude Of Many Names, aka   Dr. Pierre Chang. In the spot, Chau, sporting the signature lab coat,   employs Chang’s Edgar Halliwax pseudonym (the one he used for the secret   Dharma time travel lab, The Orchid) to introduce a Scream-viewing   facility knows as The Tube. (The promo also has Halliwax chugging a 40.   That explains a great deal of Dharma lunacy, don’t you think?)
You can watch the promo by clicking the link to EW’s site and you can vote by clicking here.

fuckyeahlost:

EW exclusive: LOST cast members to reunite at Spike TV Scream Awards

Spike TV’s annual Scream awards — honoring the best in sci-fi, fantasy, comics and horror — has scored a major geek pop coup: Scream 2010 (airing Oct. 19 at 9 p.m.) will include a “Farewell Tribute To LOST” that will bring together many members of the cast for the first time since they filmed the May finale. Jorge Garcia (Hurley), Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond), and Harold Perrineau (Michael), as well as exec producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, are confirmed to appear, and additional cast members are expected to be announced soon.

The salute will be an elaborate affair, complete with pyrotechnics and a filmed tribute. Spike has produced a nifty promo emulating the choppy look of a Dharma Initiative orientation video, featuring actor Francois Chau reprising his role as The Dharma Dude Of Many Names, aka Dr. Pierre Chang. In the spot, Chau, sporting the signature lab coat, employs Chang’s Edgar Halliwax pseudonym (the one he used for the secret Dharma time travel lab, The Orchid) to introduce a Scream-viewing facility knows as The Tube. (The promo also has Halliwax chugging a 40. That explains a great deal of Dharma lunacy, don’t you think?)

You can watch the promo by clicking the link to EW’s site and you can vote by clicking here.

Reblogged from fuckyeahlost

Josh Holloway to star in Dallas remake?

Kiefer Sutherland and Josh Holloway are reportedly being lined up to star in the upcoming reboot of Dallas.

TNT announced plans last month to bring back the classic soap opera based around a Texan oil family, and Larry Hagman and Patrick Duffy are believed to be on board to reprise their roles as JR and Bobby Ewing.

The new version will apparently focus on John Ross, JR’s son, and Christopher, Bobby and Pam Ewing’s adopted son.

24 star Sutherland and Lost actor Holloway have been linked to the roles of the two brothers, while Ghost Whisperer’s Jennifer Love Hewitt and Heroes’ Ali Larter are wanted to play their respective partners, reports the Daily Mail.

TNT’s Michael Wright said: “This is not a remake as much as a continuation. It takes the next generation of Ewings and continues the battle.”

A pilot episode will be shot in the New Year.

(Source: digitalspy.com)



Reblogged from alwaysbeenwithyou

fuckyeahlost:

Josh Holloway to join Mission: Impossible 4
In his first major screen role since wrapping the ABC show, Holloway  is in final negotiations to act as a member of the Impossible Mission  Force, the secret agent task force headed by Tom Cruise in Paramount’s Mission: Impossible 4.
 
Holloway boards the ever-growing Brad Bird-directed pic, whose cast,  in addition to Cruise, already includes Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton and  Vladimir Mashkov as well as franchise vets Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg.
J.J. Abrams, who is producing with Cruise and Paula Wagner, worked on  the story with scribes Andre Nemec and Josh Appelbaum, who have written  the screenplay. The production is scouting locations in Vancouver, Prague and Dubai  for a fall shoot with an eye towards a December 2011 release.
In other news, LOST has been nominated for six SFX Sci-Fi Awards, listed below. Click to vote!best tv showbest tv episode - “Ab Aeterno”sexiest male - Josh Hollowaybest death scene - Sun/Jin drowning togetherbest fight scene - Jack vs Lockebiggest disappointment or missed opportunity - the final episode (ouch!)
The show also grabbed a pair of HPA Awards nominations; one is for outstanding sound in television and the other is outstanding editing in television.

fuckyeahlost:

Josh Holloway to join Mission: Impossible 4

In his first major screen role since wrapping the ABC show, Holloway is in final negotiations to act as a member of the Impossible Mission Force, the secret agent task force headed by Tom Cruise in Paramount’s Mission: Impossible 4.

 

Holloway boards the ever-growing Brad Bird-directed pic, whose cast, in addition to Cruise, already includes Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton and Vladimir Mashkov as well as franchise vets Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg.

J.J. Abrams, who is producing with Cruise and Paula Wagner, worked on the story with scribes Andre Nemec and Josh Appelbaum, who have written the screenplay. The production is scouting locations in Vancouver, Prague and Dubai for a fall shoot with an eye towards a December 2011 release.

In other news, LOST has been nominated for six SFX Sci-Fi Awards, listed below. Click to vote!
best tv show
best tv episode - “Ab Aeterno”
sexiest male - Josh Holloway
best death scene - Sun/Jin drowning together
best fight scene - Jack vs Locke
biggest disappointment or missed opportunity - the final episode (ouch!)

The show also grabbed a pair of HPA Awards nominations; one is for outstanding sound in television and the other is outstanding editing in television.

Reblogged from fuckyeahlost

LOST has been nominated for two 2010 Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA) Awards!

It’s up for outstanding sound and outstanding editing - both for the series finale episode.

The winners will be announced November 11.

See the source for its competitors.


Jorge Garcia will guest star on HIMYM!

Dude! Jorge Garcia’s going to be a bro.

The Lost alum is set to guest-star on How I Met Your Mother, a show rep tells TVGuide.com.

Garcia will play Blitz, a college friend of Ted, Marshall and Lily, who has terrible timing, always leaving a room right before things get interesting. When Ted misses a Thanksgiving eve party that Blitz attended, he wonders if he’s now the bro with bad timing.

Garcia’s episode is slated to air in November.

This is the second guest spot Garcia has booked this week: He will also appear in Matthew Perry’s midseason ABC comedy Mr. Sunshine.

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(Source: tvguide.com)


According to casting sources, Lost's Sawyer, Josh Holloway, was originally considered for the lead role in Hawaii Five-0, which ultimately went to Australian charmer Alex O’Loughlin (Moonlight, Three Rivers). I’m told producers didn’t want two former Losties on the series, so after DDK was cast, Holloway was no longer in contention.

But he can still guest star, right?

You can hear what DDK has to say about his pal Holloway, plus his insight on his new gig, and further credence that Daniel Dae Kim is quite honestly the most grounded/likeable Hollywood actor you’ll ever meet (pinky swear) in this exclusive video clip from the Five-0 set.

Kristen suggests that Sawyer and Miles work with the Hawaii Five-0 team. Yes please! Or better yet, let them team up with Emerson and O’Quinn!

(Source: au.eonline.com)


MERRY EMERQUINN!

This is a Michael Emerson/Terry O’Quinn new show getting pick-up celebration post.