We reported on TGD that a Lost reunion was coming to Los Angeles, and it finally happened on the weekend of March 16. The show’s creators, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse were there, along with Josh Holloway, Jorge Garcia, Yunjin Kim, Ian Somerhanlder, Maggie Grace, and more.
For those who grew up in the seventies, there’s anniversaries in the news all the time that make us feel old. So for today’s generation, here’s anniversary that’s going to make you feel old…Lost is hitting the decade mark.
Damon Lindelof is the creator of Lost , and he’s also the screenwriter of Prometheus, and Star Trek Into Darkness. And after much deliberation, Lindelof has left the Twittersphere.
If you haven’t seen the last episode of Breaking Bad yet, we certainly will not spoil it, but the reviews and fan reactions were very favorable. It also inspired screenwriter Damon Lindelof to come to terms with the ending of a show he created: Lost.
Right now, screenwriter Damon Lindelof is getting a lot of attention, and it’s good to see writers front and center in the media, because many times they’re toiling away anonymously.
We’ve followed the developments of Prometheus closely before it hit theaters last summer, and while it’s garnered mixed reviews and audience response, it’s clearly done well enough that a sequel has been in development at Fox for some time.
We’re almost two months away from Star Trek Into Darkness, and while some secrets will shake loose here and there, would you really want the whole thing spoiled before you saw it?
Although JJ Abrams likes to keep things tightly under wraps, he has lifted the curtain, albeit slightly, on Star Trek Into Darkness.
No, we still don't know who the Star Trek 2 villain is.
But with the JJ Abrams film slated to hit theaters in less then a year, it seems almost inevitable that a potential leak could be sprung at almost any point.
The Brad Pitt-led Zombie apocalypse thriller already had to spend 7 weeks reshooting the ending because director Marc Forster wasn’t happy with the ending. Now it seems to be a lot worse.
So the reviews are in on Prometheus, and there is pretty much a consensus that the human aspects of the film are somewhat lacking. Visually, however, the film is an undisputed knockout.
Star Trek 2 has apparently wrapped, so JJ Abrams won’t have to worry about setting up a Berlin Wall to keep spies and paparazzi away from taking pictures.
There's a lot of people out there who love movies, but don't know the credits of every person working on them.
More may be less in some instances, but certainly not when it comes to Ridley Scott’s hotly anticipated sci-fi thriller Prometheus.
So far, Ridley Scott has only shown us a couple of short teaser trailers and posted a few images snapped during the production of Prometheus.
Veteran Hollywood screenwriter Damon Lindelof is definitely stoked, assuring us that Ridley Scott's long-awaited Prometheus will be nothing short of an "epic" film.
It took time to get the script and all the particulars together, but now it is indeed official: filming for Star Trek 2 has begun.
Noomi Rapace and Ridley Scott may be in a remote part of Iceland shooting Prometheus, but that didn't stop either of them from addressing thousands of eager fans at Comic-Con via a satellite linkup.
Yesterday, we confirmed plans for Star Trek 2 were moving ahead, albeit slowly. Today we discuss why the film is likely to be delayed and which writers are involved in the project.