Episode 6.11 – Happily Ever After – Filming Update – 16Th Jan

Thanks to our contact PF108 for the following.

In my excitement for Hurley and Libby, I forgot to mention one thing about the “benifet”, Pierre Chang was also in that scene.

On Sat. Jan. 16th, 2010 Desmond and Widmore were filming a scene at The D.H. stadge. Was set in Widmore’s office.

Source: PF108@DarkUFO

Episode 6.11 – Happily Ever After – Set Photos – 16Th Jan

Update: 19:00 Thanks to again to Amos81 from http://www.4815162342.pl/ for sending us this set report

6×11 set report from Swir

I’m in Hawaii and today I saw the crew of LOST. They were shooting scenes with Desmond and Widmore in an old building which used to be a Nike shop.

In the building, they made it look like Widmore’s office, and they put a large green screen behind the windows so that they could add a nice view of London or something like that. When I came back in the evening, the green screen was gone and I could see the interior of the office. I couldn’t take a picture though, because it was too dark. I’ll take care of that in the morning and send you the photos.

I saw two paintings on the wall. They depicted a weighing scale in the shape of a cross. There were white and black discs on each side of the scale.

When I came to the set, I didn’t see Widmore or Desmond because they were on their lunch break. I spoke to one of the security guards and he told me the actors were coming back in 10 minutes – and they did! They waved at us, asked “how are you” and entered the building

Source: Swir@4815162342

Thanks to Amos81 from http://www.4815162342.pl/ for sending us these photos

Not very spoilery

Sky One – Lost Season 6 Press Release

[tx: Returns Friday 5 February at 9pm exclusively on Sky1 HD and Sky1]
Back in 2004, JJ Abrams and Damon Lindelof wrote a pilot for a TV show centered around the idea of a plane crashing on a remote island. Six years later and LOST is a multiple award-winning phenomenon, its woven web of intrigue making it one of the most talked about, analysed and theorised programmes of all time. Now, questions will be answered as LOST reaches its sixth and simpulan season exclusively on Sky1 HD and Sky1 from Friday 5 February at 9pm.

The fifth season’s finale left viewers stunned as they witnessed not only the apparent death of Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell), who detonated the hydrogen bomb and potentially altered the islanders’ fate, but the shocking revelation that the Man in Black (Titus Welliver) had taken the appearance of the dead Locke (Terry O’Quinn) and convinced Ben (Michael Emerson) to kill the enigmatic Jacob (Mark Pellegrino). The simpulan season will pick up where season five left off, and the writers have hinted that it will go back to the beginning to examine how far the characters have come. Could this mean that Jack’s (Matthew Fox) plan to detonate the bomb, stop The Incident from occurring, and thus prevent Flight 815 from crashing, was successful?

Executive producers and writers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have said that viewers desperate for answers will definitely get them when the series concludes. Lindelof explained: “I think there are people who have certainly figured out significant pieces, but they don’t have enough information yet. We withheld key evidence. Starting with the season premiere this year, the remaining clues necessary to figure out where we’re going to end the show are going to begin to fall into place.” Cuse teased: “We’re doing something different narratively in this season, which doesn’t require either a deep investment or in-depth knowledge about the series.”

It has been confirmed that many familiar faces will be making a return for LOST’s simpulan season. Claire (Emilie de Ravin), who vanished in season four, will be back as a series regular, plus the apparently deceased Charlie (Dominic Monaghan), Libby (Cynthia Watros), Michael (Harold Perrineau) and Boone (Ian Somerhalder) will each be making an appearance – but in what capacity remains unknown. New castings include Sheila Kelley (LA Law) as an intellectual beauty named Kendall, notorious Japanese actor Hiroyuki Sanada (The Last Samurai) as an as yet unnamed significant character and John Hawkes (Deadwood) as Lennon, a spokesperson for the president of a foreign corporation.

Just what are the meaning of the numbers 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42? What is the smoke monster? Why were Jack, Kate (Evangeline Lilly) and Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and the rest of the castaways selected in the first place? Questions will be answered when LOST returns with a double bill entitled LA X, on Friday 5 February at 9pm only on Sky1 HD and Sky1.

Source: Sky One

Lost Season 6 – Filming Update – 18Th Jan

Update: 19th Jan Thanks to Jeffrey for sending us this little report and some photos. Not very spoilerly I’m afraid 🙂 Photos and Report

Thanks to our contact PF108 for the following.

Even tho it’s an American holiday the Lost cast and crew are ferverishly working on the finally episodes of the series.

Three seperate scenes are being shot today.

1) John Locke is filming a scene at the D.H. stage.

2) Libby is filming a scene with some doctors at a hospital.

3) Desmond, Minokowski,Hurley and Claire are all shooting a big airport scene (big as in alot of background people), (shot at HNL airport)

Source: PF108@DarkUFO

Lost Season 6 – Set Photos And Report – 17Th Jan 2010

Thanks to Amos for the following.

Hey Dark, as promised we’re sending the photos from Widmore’s Bandar Ceme Online office, and the two paintings of the weighing scale. Unfortunately Świr didn’t manage to take the photos in the morning as they’d already dismantled Widmore’s office by then, and took the furniture to DH Studios.

Świr is planing to check out the beach where the SUNSET ON THE BEACH event takes place, Jan 30th.
He also found out that this week they will be shooting scenes at the airport again, and in the losties camp.

We’ll be sending more photos and possible spoilers later this week.


Source: Amos and Swir@4815162342.pl

Cast Dishes On The Future

Thanks to Annie for the heads up.

These were questions I had and questions my co-workers Mary Loynes and Rick Taber gave me. Questions like: “What happened to the children?”; “Will Walt come back this season?”; “Is Claire possessed?”; “Why was Libby in the mental hospital with Hurley?”; “Do they think the fans will be satisfied with the selesai season ending?” and “Are they moving from Hawaii now that the show is over?” So I went straight to the sources and here’s what they told me:

Michael Emerson who plays Ben Linus: “Honestly we don’t know an episode until they give us the script and we don’t get them until a day before we shoot them. We won’t see that last script until April. I’m happy to be in the dark as an actor. It’s important that there are mysteries. The landscape of the entire show is a set of mysteries and when those mysteries explode there is not much there.”

Terry O’Quinn who plays John Locke: “In the 2-hour premiere it is revealed who Locke actually is. Although that’s still kind of a mystery of who is that. But there’s still a pretty big revelation there.”

Jorge Garcia who plays Hugo ‘Hurley’ Reyes: “There’s always going to be more to answer. I think some things are just going to have to be left as a mystery. But I think most of the big ones, you will have some sort of answer to. You’ll know this is kind of what is going on here and this is what is going on there. There’s no way we are ever going to satisfy everybody….Oh and this is Hurley’s last season on ‘LOST.'” (laughing)

Daniel Dae Kim who plays Jin Kwon: “I doubt very much that every loose end will get tied up because frankly it’s like life. You know you look for answers to the big questions, but some things just get left by the wayside. But I think (the writers) I think they are pretty diligent and pretty conscious about answering the big questions and I’m pretty sure they will do that. I think you might see Charlie again sometime before the season is over. A lot of people who stopped watching after the first or second season will want to come back to see what happened to certain characters.”

Emile de Ravin who plays Claire Littleton: “I’m pretty sure there will be stuff that is answered and people will be happy to know certain things. But I will say I come back in a rather unique manner and get to play around with my character “Claire” a little more.

Josh Holloway who plays James ‘Sawyer’ Ford: “I am going to change my underwear. (He laughs).

Evangeline Lilly who plays Kate Austen: “I’m doing something totally new this season. I’m not going to tell you what though. But it is very exciting. There is going to be a merk new version of Kate. I don’t know if anyone else is gonna pick up on it, but in my mind it’s very new and exciting.”

Source: Full Article @ CNN Blog