Episode 6.11 – Happily Ever After – Set Report – 13Th Jan 2010

Update: 14th Jan Thanks to Ryan for this update.

UPDATE: Or maybe not. Piecing together separate reports, it was not a wedding, after all… which might explain why no one saw a bride or groom all day! But there’s a reason why someone might get that impression.

The scene was instead a big-ticket fundraiser for the “Golden Gate Natural History Museum” (or something to that effect), featuring a concert, hence the stage. Parked at the entrance, black limousines and Town Cars with California plates, as well as the silver sedan that Desmond was driving in yesterday’s dramatic shoot.

The fundraiser was being hosted by Eloise, and Desmond was apparently crashing the party, looking for Penny. He tries to read the guest list, but Eloise takes it away. She rebuffs him, and he barks, “For what?” He then storms off.

Work continued past the museum’s closing time, so who knows what followed. But why the early impression that the scene involved a wedding? Apparently, some of the crew were referring to Eloise not as “Mrs. Hawking,” but as “Mrs. Widmore.”

 which might explain why no one saw a bride or groom all day Episode 6.11 - Happily Ever After - Set Report - 13th Jan 2010
More Photos Here

Source: Hawaii Blog

Update: 21:30 Ignore the update below. I misread a spoiler from a source that said Hawking and Wimore are already married. Not sure yet who is getting married in this scene. My Apologies. We’ll update when we know more
Update: 20:55 According to one of my source the Wedding is between Hawking and Widmore but this is not 100% confirmed.

Thanks again to Ryan for pulling together these filming reports.

While additional shooting takes place this morning at the Ilikai Marina, continuing the big stunt scene from yesterday, local blogger GeeWhy of Pulpconnection broke the news of a concurrent “LOST” location shoot on Twitter and with a blog post. The scene, fortunately, is considerably more low key than yesterday’s. In fact, it’s downright ceremonial.

The “LOST” crew took over the “Great Lawn” at Bishop Museum, setting up for a wedding scene. Fortunately, my family are members and regular visitors to the museum, and my wife and daughter just happened to be there today. A stage was set up to host a band. Jack Bender was running the show, with Jean Higgins by his side. The first actor on the set was Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond), dressed up and doing press interviews, but he was not the groom.

When Fionnula Flanagan (Ms. Hawking) showed up, flanked by a slight stand-in dressed in a tuxedo, the likely story became clear.

Source: Hawaii Blog

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

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