Friday, June 29, 2007

TV Guide Names the Top Cult Shows Ever

TV Guide Names the Top Cult Shows Ever:

LOST number five on the list published today. Some of my other favorites are included,

30) Strangers with Candy (1999-2000)*
29) Absolutely Fabulous (1994-2003)
28) Stargate SG-1 (1997-2007)*
27) H.R. Pufnstuf (1969-1971)
26) Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (1975-1978)
25) Firefly (2002-2003)*
24) Twin Peaks (1990-1991)
23) Dark Shadows (1966-1971)
22) Doctor Who (1963-present)
21) Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000)

20) The Avengers (1966-1969)
19) Quantum Leap (1989-1993)
18) Veronica Mars (2004-2007)*
17) Beauty and the Beast (1987-1990)
16) Babylon 5 (1994-1998)
15) Family Guy (1999-present)
14) Battlestar Galactica (2003-present)*
13) Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1989-1999)
12) Pee-Wee's Playhouse (1986-1991)
11) Jericho (2006-present)*

10) Xena: Warrior Princess (1995-2001)
9) Twilight Zone (1959-1964)
8) The Simpsons (1989-present)
7) The Prisoner (1967-1968)
6) Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969-1974)
5) Lost (2004-present)*
4) Farscape (1999-2003)
3) Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003)
2) The X-Files (1993-2002)
1) Star Trek (1966-1969)

Star Trek (2008 film)

Star Trek (2008 film)-TrekMovie.com

There's a lot of Star Trek movie info here, I just thought I'd share a little bit of it:

Why a TOS film instead of another TNG film? (or even a new cast and crew)
The short answer is this is the story that Abrams (and his writers) want to tell.

Clearly Paramount had lost faith in Rick Berman and the rest of the Trek team (and possibly casts) and they have quite a lot of faith in Abrams. In addition Abram’s deal with Paramount gives him an unprecedented amount of creative control, including final cut. It is important to note that after the failures of both Star Trek Enterprise and Star Trek Nemesis the franchise was essentially dormant until JJ Abrams made it clear to Paramount that if they wanted him, he wanted Trek. Even though it may be Abrams idea, Paramount probably see it as a ‘get back to basics’ origin story along the lines of Warner’s Batman Begins, MGM’s Bond ‘restart’ Casino Royale and Fox’s 3 Star Wars prequels.

Show Harold the Money?

Watch with Kristin - Kristen is reporting about the possible return of "Michael" to LOST.

Brandi in Taos, New Mexico: What's the latest on Lost? Will Michael come back? Please say yes!
I can tell you that producers definitely have made an offer for Harold Perrineau to return in the new season, which they also did last season (Harold declined because he was working on a pilot). Back then, Harold was offered a truckload of money. Now, sources tell me he wants that same truckload. The question is whether he will receive it—hence, the holdup. I, for one, am happy to empty out my piggy bank and couch cushions and contribute to the H.P. Fund, for I miss him so. Who's with me?!

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Answers in the LOST Magazine

In the "Pearls of Wisdom" section of LOST Magazine #10, Damon confirms that Desmond did travel in time back to 1996. Just thought I'd share.


So, be it in a consciousness, physical, or in whatever way, did Desmond travel through time back to 1996 in that episode? (Paul Williams)

Paul. While traditionally, "simple" questions do not comprise of over a 100 words, I am gonna give you a wonderfully simple answer... Yes!!! (Damon Lindelof)

Friday, June 22, 2007

J.J. Abrams invited to Join the Academy

Movie & TV News @ IMDb.com - WENN - 19 June 2007

J.J. Abrams has been invited to join Hollywood's most exclusive club - the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He is among the 115 actors and filmmakers invited to join the elite organization, which hands out the Oscars.

Matthew Fox's New Movie Trailer

Vantage Point is set to be released February 15, 2008 (USA). The story is told with a Rashomon narrative style, the attempted assassination of the president is told from five different perspectives. Starring Matthew Fox, Dennis Quaid, William Hurt, Forest Whitaker & Sigourney Weaver.

Thursday, June 21, 2007

4+8 Things Learned from LOST

Top 4+8 things I learned from watching LOST

Hope you enjoy these tidbits that Newsvine shares what they'd learned from LOST.

BuddyTV speculates about Season Four's Premiere

Jon Lachonis over at BuddyTV writes about what he think the LOST Season Four's Premiere Might Look Like.

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

iLOST wallpaper

The creative man behind Design Sushi has made some nice ipod themed LOST wallpapers.

Monday, June 18, 2007

LOST Flight 815 Crash (all together)

Someone edited most of the different perspectives of the crash of Flight 815.

Friday, June 15, 2007

Emilie de Ravin's New Movie

Zap2it is reporting that Emilie De Ravin, Nick Cannon and Ludacris lead varied ensemble in "Ball Don't Lie". Emilie's LOST co-star Harold Perrineau is also in the film.

More Sarah in LOST?

The Tail Section is reporting that we might be seeing More Sarah in LOST?. Julie Bowen will no longer be featured on Boston Legal, so perhaps she'll be a more regular part of LOST, who knows?

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

'Lost' won't end 'with a blackout'

'Lost' won't end 'with a blackout' - The Hollywood Reporter talks about the ending of LOST with Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof. Also gives some clues for next season.


While "Lost" viewers will have to wait till next year to see the next TV episodes, Cuse and Lindelof said in the fall there will be a series of "Lost" mobisodes featuring the entire cast and rolling out first on Verizon Wireless and then probably appearing on ABC.com. They said they're keenly aware of the eight-month gap between last month's finale and the return of "Lost" at the beginning of next year.

"How do you keep the show alive in the minds of the audience in that time?" Cuse asked. They're also planning to go back to San Diego's Comic-Con International, where the show was launched, to address May's Season 3 finale and what they had in mind.

Cuse said the mobisodes, about 90 seconds each, will give the hardcore "Lost" viewer more information that they probably weren't going to get through the show itself. What it won't be, they said, was a mini version of "Lost."

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Who's in the Coffin? (SPOILER)

I have been thinking about that coffin and what we know. I think based on the available evidence a lot of people are saying that it is Michael in that coffin. We know he's from New York and has a son. I think the person in the coffin is someone that we have not meet yet. We'll just have to wait and see, and depending on the timeline of the show over the next couple of seasons, we might be waiting a long time to find out.

LOST producers and the end of the Sopranos

Reaction - Sopranos Ending - New York Times:

Damon Lindelof took a break from the banjo long enough to talk about the controversial ending of the last episode of the Sopranos:

"Damon Lindelof, one of the creators of the ABC hit show “Lost,” another series whose viewers have high expectations about quality, said: “I’ve seen every episode of the series. I thought the ending was letter-perfect.”

Like millions of other viewers, Mr. Lindelof said he was initially taken aback by the quick cut to a blank screen and thought his cable had gone out at that crucial moment. He even checked his TiVo machine and saw that it was still running several minutes beyond the end. When he checked the scene again, he said, he noted “the scene cut off right as Meadow is coming through the door and right at the word ‘stop’ in the Journey song.”

He said: “My heart started beating. It had been racing throughout the last scene. Afterward I went to bed and lay next to my wife, awake, thinking about it for the next two hours. And I just thought it was great. It did everything well that ‘Godfather III’ did not do well.”
Carlton Cuse also chimed in, pant less no doubt, about the ending of the Sopranos:

For the producers of “Lost,” who have declared an official finale in three more seasons, the conclusion of “The Sopranos” carried special weight. “There was immediate blow back for me,” said Carlton Cuse, Mr. Lindelof’s creative partner on the show. “A sense of fear ran through my veins, thinking that we are going to be in this position,” he said, adding, “we know the end is coming in 48 short episodes.”

He had admitted to some initial frustration with the ending of “The Sopranos.” “But it settled well with me,” Mr. Cuse said. “In that blank screen, there was a certain kind of purity in the choice Chase made to make it the fulcrum of the ending.”

Mr. Lindelof said that as daunting as it is to think of the expectations of ending a popular piece of entertainment, there was also a bit of benefit. “If you feel that everybody is going to hate it anyway, no matter what you do,” he said, “there’s a certain liberation in writing it.”

Monday, June 11, 2007

LOST in 250 Words or Less?

Emmy submission includes an essay - Times Union - Albany NY

Carlton Cuse, executive producer of ABC's 'Lost,' said he would submit an essay but he doubts it'll do much to improve Emmy prospects for his complex, serialized desert-island thriller.

'I don't know how you can even begin to explain 'Lost' in 250 words or less,' Cuse wrote me in an e-mail. 'We're going to have to rely on the fact that members of the TV academy are TV watchers and hopefully will have seen other episodes of the show.'"

Saturday, June 9, 2007

Speed Racer Offical Site

SPEED RACER will be in theaters in 2008, it stars Matthew Fox as Racer X.

From writer/directors Larry and Andy Wachowski, the creators of the groundbreaking “The Matrix” trilogy, and producer Joel Silver comes the live-action, high-octane family adventure “Speed Racer.”

DarkUFO Episode Cup Continues

DarkUFO: The DarkUFO Episode Cup - Round 1 - Match Up 13 & 14, you can continue to vote for each round of this LOST episode tournament.

Friday, June 8, 2007

Watch with Kristin - LOST Season 4

Kristin has come inside info from Damon Lindelof, that she shared a couple of days ago here: Watch with Kristin - Spoiler Chat

"From Sandy in Oregon: On Lost, what will happen to Desmond after Charlie's death?

Excellent question! And I have the answer from the man who knows bestest—Damon Lindelof. He tells me, 'Desmond will have to deal with the aftereffects and the guilt of it. He will question whether or not Charlie would have made this sacrifice had he not told him that it was what he was going to do. He will question the role he played in Charlie’s death.' So, it sounds like big sexy Dezzie is haunted by Charlie's passing, as many of us fans are!"

Thursday, June 7, 2007

Emmy Contender: Elizabeth Mitchell

Stuart Levine at Variety interviewed "Juliette," Emmy Contender: Elizabeth Mitchell. Her favorite scene this season

"I really enjoyed the scene with seeing my sister on the video. I found it incredibly fulfilling because there was so much to play, so much in that one scene."

The Transmission - Top Five Twists

Over at the LOST Podcast: The Transmission, They picked their Top Five Twists of season 3.

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Looking "Through the Looking Glass" for Emmy Glory

Another look at the LOST producers search for Emmy Glory.

LOST Emmy Submission News

The Tailsection is reporting that they have a list of LOST Emmy Submissions.

Monday, June 4, 2007

Marco Polo starring LOST's Ian Somerhalder

Marco Polo starring Ian Somerhalder (Boone) premiered this past weekend on the Hallmark Channel.

A classic, 12th century story of adventure and discovery come to life in this Hallmark Channel original movie. Young Marco Polo (Ian Somerhalder, “Lost”) travels with his father and uncle to China and the court of the great emperor Kublai Kahn (Brian Dennehy). Marco's youthfulness and outspoken nature wins favor with the Kahn and, while the others are sent home, he is told to stay. So begins a 17 year odyssey that Marco faithfully records of his adventures in a far away and mysterious kingdom. Love, loyalty, endurance and betrayal are all tested as Marco travels the land on behalf of the Kahn bringing back many fascinating discoveries while wondering… if he will ever see home again. B.D. Wong and Desiree Ann Siahaan also star in this epic story.

The Transmission - Season Three in Review

Here's a good recap of the third season of LOST from the podcast blog over at the Transmission.

Sunday, June 3, 2007

DarkUFO: The DarkUFO Episode Cup

DarkUFO: The DarkUFO Episode Cup - Round 1 - Match Up 1 & 2
DarkUFO is doing the March Madness style bracket of LOST episodes, so if you'd like to, go and vote for your favorites!

Saturday, June 2, 2007

SNL LOST Elevator

SNL LOST Elevator skit from last December starring Matthew Fox, enjoy.

Friday, June 1, 2007

You All Everybody Tab by Driveshaft

You All Everybody Tab by Driveshaft @ Ultimate Guitar Archive
I play guitar and was bored, so I looked for the tabs for "You All Everybody" this is one of the many links I found with google's help.

Spoiler-Gate '07

LOST Producers Comment on Spoiler-Gate '07 and LOST Season Four check out the article over at buddy.tv that recaps what Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse had to say about the spoiling the LOST season finale.

Archive of Official Lost Podcast - Lostpedia

I have listened to the Official LOST Podcast during season 3, and I couldn't understand why the older episodes were still available from itunes or abc.com. Today I decided to look a little harder and I found links to almost all of them Portal:Official Lost Podcast - Lostpedia. Thanks for compiling the list guys.

Scoop on Lost Season 4 - Ask Ausiello

Scoop on Lost... - Ask Ausiello is reporting a few pieces of news for the upcoming LOST season: two major characters will be returning, the four-toed statue will be explored, and we'll see a lot more Jacob.