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.
The melt season across the Arctic is getting longer by five days per decade, according to new research from a team including Prof Julienne Stroeve (Professor of Polar Observation and Modelling at UCL Earth Sciences).
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.
So we have tons of extra footage on the DVD/Blu-ray release of Prometheus to look forward to. Fortunately, we don't have to wait any longer to see an alternate version of the Fifield mutation.
The Air Force has suffered another setback to its attempts to build a plane that could reach anywhere in the world within an hour.
The movie adaptation of World War Z continues to experience turbulence.
You just know there is trouble when a film is weighed down by extensive reshoots, shifting release dates and new writers feverishly reworking a script.
There's a lot of people out there who love movies, but don't know the credits of every person working on them.
People in Manchester, England, are the likeliest in the world to lose their mobile phones; in the US, Philadephians are the doziest.
Lost your phone? There's a very high chance that whoever found it has been nosing around in your personal data.
You must have seen it by now, a mysterious eye peering out at you in the dark through green leaves.
This past week, Fox premiered Alcatraz - the new J.J. Abrams series - with a double episode evening.
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.
Fossils unearthed by Charles Darwin have been discovered in a dusty old cabinet in London after being lost for 165 years.
When does this guy sleep? Not only is JJ Abrams beginning principal photography on Star Trek 2 on January 15, his next TV series, Alcatraz, will soon premiere on January 16 on Fox.
Fox recently revealed a few new promo spots for its upcoming mid-season starter, Alcatraz. One shows some LOSTesque scenes, while the other two are just recycled footage from previous promos rehashed into new 30 and 45 second spots.
Veteran actor David Morse is joining the cast of World War Z.