Latest On Jacob Via Fancast

Have we seen the last of Mark Pellegrino on ‘Lost,’ since Ben murdered Jacob in the finale? – Sonya
Given ‘Lost’s propensity for playing with time and space (and our brains!), I don’t think it’s a spoiler to say that yes, we do see Jacob in Tuesday’s two-hour season opener. But as for him being murdered, you may want to instead think of it as “assisted suicide.” Given how Jacob taunted Ben with that rude and dismissive “What about you?” line just moments before getting knifed, “He rather begs for his own death,” posits Michael Emerson. Hmm, could it have been the Man in White’s plan to die and in doing so present an even greater roadblock to “UnLocke”? “Jacob’s agenda is more complicated than we can know,” Emerson says. “It’s certainly not as simple as we thought.”

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Latest On Flocke Via Tv Guide

Widmore, Ben, Locke, Jacob, Man in Black… will we ever find out who the good guys really are on Lost? — Lin
MICKEY:
We asked Josh Holloway, who portrays Sawyer, one ethically complicated dude, what he thinks. “I think the whole beauty of this show and the intrigue has been the constant question of what is good and what is bad and what is right or wrong,” he says. “That is the entire crux of the show, so no, you’re never going to get a clear picture. You’re going to be left with that question to answer for yourself.” Next you’ll be telling me the numbers are just… numbers!

Source: TV Guide

Latest From Tv Guide Magazine

What’s going on with the “flash-sideways?”
Say goodbye to flashbacks and flash-forwards, and hello to this season’s “different kind of storytelling device” the producers cryptically teased for months. “The flash-sideways enable us to return to Season 1’s character-centric episodes,” explains executive producer Damon Lindelof. “They’ll show what [the characters’] 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. “He’s rich in good fortune.”

Source: TV Guide Magazine

Auditioning Snippet For A Submarine Captain

Here 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