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A gathering place for those who love the ABC TV show Lost. This blog was started by a group of Fans who kept the Season 3 finale talkback at Ain't It going all the way until the première of the 4th season as a way to share images, news, spoilers, artwork, fan fiction and much more. Please come back often and become part of our community.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

"LOST Humanity" by Pearson Moore‏

I was recently made aware of Pearson Moore's "Lost Humanity" and was able to read a chapter of his book on his website and I have to say that I'm very impressed. Pearson dives deep into all of the references on LOST and is able to make you think about it all in a different way that brings things together in a more concise and simple way. I highly recomend that you purchase this book via Amazon or in ebook form.

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"LOST Humanity" just published on Amazon. I wrote the book for everyone with an intense interest in the show, and thought you might enjoy taking a look at it.

I'm calling "LOST Humanity" a "post-graduate course in LOST." I assume throughout that anyone reading the book has seen every episode, so I waste no time with introductory or recap-type material--it's just hard-hitting analysis from cover to cover. People have really taken a liking to the four "nonlinear" types of analysis in the book, and especially the chaos-based analysis regarding Lorenz Attractor pairs. It was fun to write, and apparently fun to read, too!

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

EW Lost Article Preview: Life after 'Lost'

Life after 'Lost'

Mar 10


10:00 AM ET

by Dan Snierson

You let go. Really, you did. When Lost ascended to the TV afterlife last May, you returned to your normal life, paying those overdue bills, mowing your overgrown lawn, even resuming communication with those who couldn’t understand why you wanted to own a jar of Dharma peanut butter. But perhaps somewhere in the recesses of your brain, as you saw an Elizabeth Mitchell or a Daniel Dae Kim pop up on your flatscreen, you started thinking about our dear castaways. Where are those Lost actors now? Do you they miss working on the show? And is it true that Josh Holloway cut his hair?

Those burning questions — and more — are answered in this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly. We interviewed a bunch of cast members, including Matthew Fox, Josh Holloway, and Elizabeth Mitchell, and caught up the men in charge of the show, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, as well as co-creator J.J. Abrams. The good news? No one is currently roaming the halls of a psychiatric facility in a bathrobe, repeatedly chanting six numbers. Some more good news? Several familiar faces — such as Jorge Garcia, Michael Emerson, and Henry Ian Cusick — are plotting their return to series television by starring in drama pilots. Another has landed on the stage: Mr. Fox is currently in London, starring in a new Neil LaBute play titled In a Forest Dark and Deep. “A play in the West End of London is something I’ve always dreamed of doing,” he tells EW, noting that “it’s been my goal after Lost to get into a situation where I’m doing a film here and there and a play here and there — that broad of a structure.”

Fox isn’t the only former cast member exploring new ground in Europe: Holloway recently filmed scenes for Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, starring Tom Cruise. While he can’t spill too much about his role, he does hint, “I’m definitely doing some ass-kicking.” And because he’s down for all kinds of challenges in this next phase of his career, he’s guest-starring in the paintball-themed season finale of Community. “There’s a couple of good one-liners in there,” he says. “I hope I pull them off!” (Fingers tightly crossed for a Troy and Abed in the Morning segment with Holloway.)

Sunday, March 6, 2011