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Bandar CemeWhatΓÇÖs going on with the “flash-sideways?”
Say goodbye to flashbacks and flash-forwards, and hello to this seasonΓÇÖs “different kind of storytelling device” the producers cryptically teased for months. “The flash-sideways enable us to return to Season 1ΓÇÖs character-centric episodes,” explains executive producer Damon Lindelof. “TheyΓÇÖll show what [the charactersΓÇÖ] lives would have been like if Oceanic 815 had landed and how their lives are different from the lives that we knew before.” In one reality, the bomb sent the islanders back to 2007 after Desmond had blown up the Swan hatch. In the coinciding alternate reality, “We’ll all criss-cross in very different ways,” says Yunjin Kim (Sun). “Certain characters will recognize each other and certain won’t.”

So should we discard all we learned in the previous seasons’ flashbacks?
Pretty much, says executive producer Carlton Cuse. “All that matters now are the flash-sideways stories,” he says. “These stories contain differences that you don’t need to try to reconcile, but loyal fans will find interesting.” For instance, Evangeline Lilly says Kate’s flash-sideways reveals that “instead of being a really tormented fugitive on the run, she’s now a fugitive-on-the-run who gets a kick out of it.” In his Ben-centric March 9 episode, Michael Emerson says, “You’ll see a man who is only faintly recognizable as the Ben we’ve known. What if Ben had been born and lived in unextraordinary circumstances? What might he have been like?” Josh Holloway tells us that Sawyer’s March 16 episode will show Sawyer is “the same guy, but on the other side of the law.” The March 30 Sun/Jin story will reveal “a totally different relationship” for the couple, explains Kim, where “they are no longer living in Seoul and Sun didn’t have to leave Jin at the airport.” And Hurley will no longer be cursed by the numbers. “He went from being the unluckiest guy in the world to the luckiest,” says Jorge Garcia. ΓÇ£He’s rich in good fortune.”

Source: TV Guide Magazine

Auditioning Snippet For A Submarine Captain

Bandar Ceme OnlineHere is a little snippet from one of our sources about some of the current roles that LOST is auditioning for. Nothing major, but interesting that we might see the Dharma Submarine again? I would assume these roles would be at the earliest for Episode 6×14.

“Just found out that they are auditioning for a role of a Navy Submarine Captain today, but they were auditioning for a total of 3 roles. No word on the other two roles. Yet.”

Source: The ODI

Lost Season 6 – New Set Pics Via Fans (Updated)

Menang CemeUPDATE: Here is another look at the stone well thanks to EggFooYoung. I assume this is what leads to the FDW?

UPDATE: Thanks to all of you that pointed out the NEW Numbers? Also added a larger version of the image

Below are some set pics thanks to several fans who have sent them into Ryan.

1) Hurley accepting his lottery winnings with NEW Numbers!?
2) Jack (we see his back) as Desmond is walking by. Also there is a blonde woman that appears to be maybe Claire?? This is from filming that took place a couple of days ago at the building that was listed as “Constellation Tower”
3) Set of a stone well being built

Several more pics over at Ryan’s Flickr including more pics of John’s camp that we recently posted and the Ajira set.

Enjoy!

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Two New Filming Updates – Feb 4Th

Bandar CemeHi Dark,
I was down at the set today at one of those remote North shore Beaches. They weren’t on the beach but filming a scene to look like they were in the jungle near a big banyan tree.

They were keeping the set really secure and didn’t let me watch any of the filming.
However, I did get to say “hi” to Terry O’Quinn (he’s super friendly) and saw Jorge Garcia and Josh Holloway on set. I know Jack, Kate, Sayid and a character named Zoey (anyone know who this is?)were also filming today but I didn’t see them.
I saw some of the Locke’s Others on set as well (real dirty looking others, almost caveman-like I would say).

Only big scoops that I gleaned off the set, was there was some gun-fire. I heard while they were filming the scene.

The biggest thing I could see though, was John Locke was still wearing the same clothing that he was On-Island in the premier(that dark green shirt) so i believe he is still Flocke.

Source: PurpleFlash108

NOTE: This is filming for Feb 2nd.

They are filming in my BUILDING!!! checked out the 6th floor and an empty space now has “Attorneys at Law” on the door. All the extras dressed in suits and ties…a lot of attorney extras. Waited and waited for actors to show up and finally Matthew Fox showed up in black suit and tie.

Source: Aloha Oe@SurvivorSucks Forum

Latest From Ryan – Podcast Feb 7Th

Bandar CemeThanks to thinker for the summary.

Thanks to Ryan for his new Podcast. The spoiler part starts at 1:45:16.

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Nestor Carbonell Discusses What To Expect For Richard

Menang CemeHere is a cool little interview from our friend Natalie Abrams over at TV Guide who was able to chat with Nestor Carbonell aka Richard.

Enjoy!

TVGuide.com: Have executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse at least explained to you why Richard doesn’t age?
Carbonell: Yes. I knew at some point that they were going to answer some of the bigger questions, I just didn’t know when. We have gotten to that point where there is an episode that deals with the origins of Richard Alpert and the bigger questions about his character, as well as bigger questions about the island and the mythology of it. It’s an episode that reveals a lot. After three years playing this character, I was floored when I got the script and I was so excited to actually get to do the episode. They wrote a really tremendous script.

TVGuide.com: Is Richard one of the oldest people on the island next to Jacob (Mark Pellegrino) and the Man in Black?

Carbonell: It’s safe to say he’s been around for a long time. Initially, in Season 3, when he appeared in the ’70s to young Ben, he was described as a Hostile, an indigenous member of the island, so we will find out if that’s true or not or what that means exactly. If he was a Hostile, what is a Hostile? Who is this man? We’re going to find out all that. He’s clearly, of the cast you see, the one who’s been around the longest. I don’t know with respect to Jacob, but I think we’re going to get a sense of all of that.

TVGuide.com: Is there a possibility that there are teams: Team Jacob vs. Team Man in Black? Would Richard lean one way or another?

Carbonell: There are some amazing twists this season. You’re going to see elements of characters that I never thought I’d play for my character and I think others didn’t expect to play them in their own characters. There are going to be emotional highs and lows for people that you’ve never seen. With respect to alliances, there’s going to be a lot of movement and fluctuations. There will be loyalty, but there’s going to be a lot of shifting and power struggle, which is always at play. Everyone’s mettle is tested in this simpulan season. It’s the payoff season where all of those loose ends, or most of them, will be tied. A lot of those big conflicts will be resolved.

TVGuide.com: Richard doesn’t seem to want to be a leader. We’ve only seen him as the right-hand man. Has that always been true?

Carbonell: I was just talking to Damon and Carlton about that with Michael Emerson. You’re right. [Ben] is someone that I tapped to be a leader, who was chosen as the Panchen Lama taps the Dalai Lama. Alpert is acting as a Panchen Lama to Jacob. He became the powerful one, and Richard took a V.P. role, an advisory role when he’s around. It was the same thing with Widmore and Eloise. That’s traditionally been my role, but now, obviously, the order is going to be disrupted with what happens to Jacob. That’s one of the unsettling things for Richard Alpert. It’s been a long time finding his footing on this island. What is he? Is he a leader? Is he an advisor? He’s in conflict with the people who are tasked to be leaders, and at the same time with himself. Why doesn’t he have more power in that respect? It’s been a great thing to play as an actor because you’re insecure the whole time. You’re in command, but you’re not really in command. It’s been a thrill to play that shifting, of feeling like you’re in power to being completely powerless.

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