Monday, July 25, 2011

LOST: Comic-Con 2011 - New LOST "FOOTAGE"!

Hello LOSTIES!  It turns out that just because the show is over doesn't mean that the LOST fun can't keep going!  Executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse made a surprise appearance at Entertainment Weekly's TOTALLY LOST Comic-Con panel and brought some new footage with them.  Yes, it's mostly a joke but it's still pretty funny!  I posted the video as well as commentary on other comic-con panels on the TV Addicts Blog.  Go check it out!   If anything else LOST related comes up, you can be sure I'll still be updating this blog!  Until then, see you in another life bruthas!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just saw Titanic 3D as it has been brought back by Cameron. Amazing how the closing scene mirrors the final episode of LOST! Had completely failed to make the connection until seeing the Titanic 3D remake.

Mike V. said...

Funny, I was thinking about that too the other day when I was reading a Titanic review. Kinda like following LOST's end through Kate's eyes instead of Jack. She probably went on to live a full life like Rose. But, when she died...everyone that shared that experience of Titantic/Island all met up once more.

You almost have to wonder if the TITANIC found the "source" of life, death and rebirth as well. :-) lol

Noel Jerke said...

Love Lost - keep hoping someday they will pick up with Hurley and do another adventure of some kind!

Mike V. said...

I hear you Noel. I wish for that too sometimes. ABC still owns the rights to LOST so you have to assume something will happen eventually someday, but the original brains behind LOST probably wouldn't be involved. So, that makes it a risky endeavor. I'd love if LOST went all "Expanded Universe" like Star Wars did with Video Games, Novels, Comics, etc... Plenty of material to be covered for sure!

If anything ever did come around again LOST related, there's a good chance I would come back and write SOMETHING about it!

Mike V. said...

Don't think this warrants a brand new post or anything, but in case anyone is reading these comments...here's a great interview with Damon Lindelof about LOST. He was being interviewed for Prometheus I think but they inevitably sidebarred into a LOST discussion.

Damon finally let us behind the curtain a little bit about why they ended the show the way they did.

http://www.theverge.com/2012/5/21/3030913/damon-lindelof-on-lost-on-the-verge

Mike V. said...

http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/8670609/alan-sepinwall-origins-lost

Gonna post this everywhere. This is chapter about LOST from the book I'm reading right now. It's good stuff! The people behind lost go in depth talking about the show's origin and the decisions that they made along the way.

Mike V. said...

Correction. Just an excerpt of the chapter in that link. I do recommend the book though!

Anonymous said...

Lost........I cant wait to the end of this horrible show! I really dont know what to think about it because it is so stupid. The directors of this show are complete idiots and have no live. How can people dedicate and hour a day watching this horrible garbage. PLus anyone who makes a blog about this show is completely retarded. Finally, you all suck

Mike V. said...


Somehow school worked out for me though as I'm able to construct sentences that make sense!

On the discussion of people with lives/no lives, never been a big fan of judging how other people choose to live their lives. It is a LIFE regardless of how it's spent. Though, I personally wouldn't go on random blogs about TV shows that have been over for 4 years, talk about it in the present tense and ridicule a bunch of people who are no longer here to read your complaints. Granted, being the person who "made this blog" (Although, I'll give credit to Google and Blogger as well), I do get notified when people stop by and leave a note. So, thank you for taking the time to stop by and provide your feedback. I will take note of it. And once I create my time machine, I'll reconsider my life choices during LOST's run. :)

Of course, due to the success of this blog during LOST's heyday, I actually did turn a bit of a financial profit. Not sure how that's "retarded". Hmmm, I may need to rethink this whole time machine thing.