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    Episode 5.03 – Jugead – Ign Review

    Lost is a show about time travel and I couldn’t be more pleased. I’ve always been a bit of a geek when it comes to time travel. Doctor Who has been a favorite of mine since I was a kid and recent shows like Journeyman have only heightened my excitement for this often used but rarely mastered sci-fi mechanic. Recently we’ve seen Heroes completely fail when it comes to using time travel so I was happy to see the writers of Lost use Faraday to establish very specific rules in “Because You Left” – Irish lasses will sleep soundly tonight. Now that it appears our time-hopping island dwellers will be…

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    Episode 5.09 – Namaste – Filming Details

    Thanks to one of my others sources on the set, Peytoncrimsucks, who has allowed me to reveal the following details. I’ll be posting these set spoilers behind Are You Sure buttons as they are pretty spoilerly. I have a whole heap of spoilers coming in from a variety of sources both on set, post production and others that hopefully they will allow me to share with you over the upcoming days/weeks. We’re in for a wild ride people! (Click to Enlarge)

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    Casting Update From Ausiello

    Ausiello with EW provided us with a little casting update, confirming that Brad Henke will be joining the cast and is connected to Ilana. Brad Henke on IMDB Here is complete post:Question: I’m borderline crazy addicted to Lost, and would very much [twitch] appreciate a scoop on any recent news [twitch]! — CJ Ausiello: Listen up, Crazy: In last week’s AA, I told you that Team Darlton had been quietly searching for a “younger Phillip Seymour Hoffman-type” for a multi-episode arc this season. Well, in this week’s AA, I’m telling you who they got: October Road’s Brad Henke. I can’t say much about his character, except that he has ties…

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    Latest Filming Update And Set Photos

    Hey All,We just received one of our first of hopefully many set reports from our new set reporter Roxy. She was able to get some nice details and pics for us to enjoy today. Apparently a couple of new actors were on set along with cast regulars Michael Emerson, Yunjin Kim, Terry O’ Quinn and Frank Lapidus. Here is the full report…Enjoy! NOTE: If you repost this or any images, please credit back to the proper source. The images are not tagged and are provided to all of as a courtesy from our source. If they notice the images being posted with out proper credit, then they might not provide…

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    Latest From Kristin

    Yes, Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse kindly agreed to a round of False; True; Hell No, We Won’t Tell You, and they Bandar Ceme Online addressed all your burning Q’s about season five, including, of course, what’s in store for Sawyer. If you’ve never played this game with us before, the rules are these: We suggest a potential spoiler, and the show runners answer “False,” “True” or “Hell no, we won’t tell you.” We’ll find out what Sawyer told Kate in the first half of the season.Carlton Cuse: True. There’s some kind of romantic tension between Sawyer and Juliet.Damon Lindelof: True. Mrs. Hawking is related to someone…

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    Doc Jensen On The Premiere – Set Visit

    Thanks to b3rt4 for the heads up. You can see the video here or if you can’t play the Brightcove videos you can see it below. Thanks to wikster for the synopsis * Jughead is not a person (think we already know what it is based on other spoilers)* Others speak another language (again, we already know based on clips)* Desmond goes to Oxford and discovers “something very peculiar” in search for Dan’s mom.* There’s a mysterious person who has deeper history with island than we thought (think we may already know this person too), but they didn’t say who this was.* Charlotte = “interesting, disconcerting twist in health condition”…

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    Filming Update – 27Th Jan

    Thanks to Ryan for this report. Visiting “LOST” fan Mike Sorensen stumbled across the “LOST” crew yesterday, setting up a scene on the beach near Camp Erdman, a.k.a. Othersville. There was a makeshift hut, and luggage and debris scattered everywhere. Though eerily familiar, it doesn’t look like this is supposed to be the disappearing beach camp, but a different, more primitive settlement. Yet, it seems to be one built by the survivors of a plane crash. Is this a different view of the aftermath of Oceanic Flight 815? Or something else entirely? More photos here Source: Hawaii Blog