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Lost appears well represented in this years Teen Choice awards. With categories do you think Lost stars have the best chance of winning....I'm going for Emerson as "Best Villain"
Drama series: "Grey's Anatomy," "Heroes," "House," "Lost," "Kyle XY."
Dramatic actor: Hugh Laurie of "House," Jared Padalecki of "Supernatural," Matthew Fox of "Lost," Milo Ventimiglia of "Heroes," Wentworth Miller of "Prison Break."
Anxious Lost fans and creators can forget the Emmy awards for the moment, Lost has swept the major categories for the 2007 Teen Choice awards and the trophy is something Lost cast and crew could actually put to use, a genuine life size surfboard. While Lost’s cast and crew wait nervously to hear whether or not they will be avenged for the infamous season two Emmy snub, public voting has opened on FOX’s award program that accepts votes only from teenagers.
One factor that might hurt LOST is its accessibility to the target audience. Most of Lost’s competition airs in the 8:00-9:00pm bracket. It has been suggested that the largest portion of Lost’s missing audience in the wake of its move to 10:00pm was in the younger end of its demographic. On the other hand, younger audience members might be dominant in the online viewing crowd, a demographic the television industry is still struggling to understand.
Of course, amongst the hardened core of Lost’s fans there are a sizable number of viewers dedicated to the show regardless of the accolades. To them, the fact that the show is beginning to lose its mainstream meshing is just further proof that the show has remained groundbreaking. In the end, whether Lost takes home the Teen Choice Awards surfboards or Emmys, its story is bought and paid for and will end in 2010, regardless of what awards grace its mystical mantle.
The wildly popular ABC TV show “Lost” was co-created by J.J. Abrams, an American film and television producer, writer, actor, and director (also the creator of the massive hit TV series “Alias” and the Tom Cruise film “Mission Impossible 3″)If that wasn’t enough, J.J. is also an electronic musician, composer and big fan of Spectrasonics! So you never know where our sounds will make an appearance in his shows.
For example, it’s always amazing what you find over at YouTube: here we found a video of someone figuring out the exact patch (”Armenian Sun”) in Spectrasonics’ Atmosphere that recreates the sound of the opening theme on Lost as the fuzzy out of focus off-axis “Lost” logo spins into view…check it out!
NOTE: The first part of the video is silent, showing setting up Cubase with Atmosphere…wait for the sound at the end.
Damon wrote a piece for the New York post that turned into a scathing bit of catharsism directed at all this ending of Lost angst. Where did it all start, anyways? Was it the quick rush of bloggers, such as myself, to editorialize on Lindelof and Cuses's reactions to the Sopranos ending, which brought a flurry of "Lost won't pull a Sopranos" damage control?
The one thing you have to love about Damon Lindelof is the way he wears his frustration on his sleeve. A lot of producers just seem to be doing the walking on water routine 24/7 until one of their actors grabs another one by throat, or someone makes fun of libertarians. Even then, the network usually steps in to clap their hands over everybody's mouths. Lindelof is never afraid to fire snark at the shows inconstant fan base, or even the publics appetite for cookie cutter entertainment.
Over here at the TV show 'Lost,' we’ve announced our grand finale 48 short episodes from now. Shockingly, the pundits have already announced that they pre-hate it. The prevailing sentiment seems to be that our ending will be either too wacky to make sense or too anticlimactic to have justified the six seasons preceding it.
JJ Abrams mystery project which may, or may not (but probably is), be connected to the site www.ethanhaaswasright.com now has a crystal clear HD trailer you can watch from the comfort of your computer screen.
The high definition quicktime release hit the net and is much much easier on the eyes than those short lived YouTube versions that kept paramounts DMCA hit squads busy for the last couple of days.
One rumor that has crept from some dark corner of the Internet is that the Lost gang will be premiering the first episode of the long awaited Mobisodes. The Lost Mobisodes will apparently feature primary cast members captured in candid moments, with fragments of a revealing underlying bit of mythology mixed in.
The Lost season four panel will take place on July 26, at 5:00pm est.
We ran this story today on our noon news about a little company in Texas (I think it was Texas, I could be wrong there)... This company makes all the Purple Heart Medals. In addition to making the Purple Hearts, they make several other military medals and awards, as well as plaques, trophies, and other non-military items, including something else I thought was interesting. It was only on screen for a second, but I caught it. I went back an got a screencap. I attached the picture, so you can see, and hopefully post if you think it's worthy.
Forget all of those rumors about Ubisoft’s Lost game being shelved, word came today that the closely guarded game will finally make its first live appearance at the San Diego Comic Con Lost panel later this month. Besides giving fans a peek at the elusive game, the Lost creators and cast will be on hand to discuss the upcoming season three Dvd box set, season four of Lost, and yes, even the much anticipated series finale.
Here is what we know about the Lost game. Even though it is based on the Crytek engine popularized by the first person shooter “Far Cry,” the Lost video game is not a shooter. There may be some limited gun play scattered throughout the game, but the idea is to capture the feel of solving the islands mysteries.
Talk of season four is where fans will really glow. Typically, the Lost crew has been pretty revealing when it comes to talking about the forthcoming season. Expect lots of vague info and perhaps some questions as to how the chronological aspects of the season are going to play.
Does the news that Nestor Carbonell has joined the cast of CBS's Cane mean we will be seeing less Richard Alpert in season four of Lost? A lot of fans are concerned that is exactly was Carbonell's new job means, but in reality that is probably not the case.
Lost has had many guest stars since it began that were floating full time gigs elsewhere. Julie Bowen is a prime example. One thing that has yet to be determined is even when it will be appropriate to see Alpert again.
The last time we saw him, Ben was ordering Alpert to continue on to 'the temple.' It seems to me that 'the temple' is probably going to be this seasons version of a hatch. Mark this down as pure speculation, but I don't think that we are going to see 'the temple' until later into the fourth season. There had to be a very important reason behind the Other's exodus to the mysterious ruins (?) and even though Lost is in answer mode, I wouldn't expect the big important reveals to come early on.
Just got news from one of my Hawaiian contacts that Season 4 Pre-Production is currently underway over at the Diamond Head Studio and that official filming starts on August 20th.
"Lost" director-producer Stephen Williams has inked a two-year deal with ABC Studios, which produces the Emmy-winning series.
Under the pact, Williams has been upped to a co-executive producer on the series. He will continue to direct multiple episodes of "Lost," which returns for a fourth season at midseason.
Williams has directed more than a dozen episodes of the adventure series since its 2004 launch. He joined the show full time as a producer during Season 2 and was upped to supervising producer last season.
That idea you had about the flood gates opening after Lost's much anticipated Comic Con appearance? Nah, sorry. Word on the street is that once Comic Con is over, Lindelof and Cuse will again be closing the shutters on Lost Labs. How tightly shut will the info valve be? Will 'trusted' outlets like Kristin, Jeff Jensen, and Ausiello be given the occasional tidbit? Nobody knows, but trust this: the radio silence will resume once the boys have had their say at Comic Con, so listen close and savor every moment; it might be a while before you hear Carlton's gravely tenor and Lindelof's ever present snarkisms again.
Will the radio silence extend to the crew? I guess the question is, how couldn't it? I know prior to Comic Con one of my buds in the Lost world will be touching bases with Dom and Evie, but beyond that time will tell if there is much at all in the way of ramblings from the cast with regards to the show.
I'm throwing my own speculation into the situation here, but this move could be related to the spoiler leaks of season three. Or, it could be that with the new production schedule the team is more focused on getting the job done and will time media appearances to rhyme with the inevitable hype that precede season four.
Originally posted by The Big O
Once again, gret job keeping your fellow Losties filled in during the hiatus.
Originally posted by they see ALL
there's nothing on the tube and there's not much 'lost' stuff to read about...
Originally posted by The Big O
Which is why I've moved on to another little Bad Robot creation...1-18-08.
1) Emmy Award Nominations. Lost fans are focused like tiny little high precision lasers on Thursday morning when the Emmy Nominations will be announced. I'll be blogging live so expect to hear the nods right here in real time.
2) ABC Press Tour. Early next week. This is where the ABC big wigs come out too pitch their new season to the media. Would ABC dare not to give some sort of info on the fourth season of Lost? My slightly informed guess is that we are going to find out the projected time slot, which should be interested since ABC's schedule is pretty cramped between fall and mid-season already.
3) Comic Con. Yes, we love comic con. The Lost Season Four panel is said to feature mobisode info, game screens, and plenty of talk about the long term ramifications of the Season Three finale. Oh, and did you notice it's called the Season Four panel?