Greg Grunberg Back On Lost

Menang CemePretty much as we already knew.

“Greg will indeed be back in the February 2 season premiere of Lost as Seth Norris, the doomed captain of Oceanic flight 815 and the very first victim of the infamous smoke monster. “It’s a very cool wrap up that makes me so invested in watching this last season,” says Greg. His part, he concedes, is very small. “It’s actually a voiceover thing I was able to do in L.A. People are going to like hearing me as the Captain.”

Though he wants to keep his dialogue secret, it’s safe to assume it will be something along the lines of: “Fasten your seat belts. It’s going to be a bumpy ride.”

Source: Full Interview @ TV Guide Magazine

Ian Sommerhalder On Season Premiere

Menang CemeIan Somerhalder soon will be heading back to the ΓÇÿLostΓÇÿ set in Hawaii ΓÇô for the second time this season ΓÇô to film scenes for the ABC seriesΓÇÖ grand swan song (premiering February 2).

Somerhalder, who now stars as the deliciously deviant Damon on The CWΓÇÖs ΓÇÿVampire Diaries,ΓÇÖ says he was left gobsmacked by the script he was handed for the first batch of scenes he shot back in September.

ΓÇ£I was SO blown away and so impressed [by the season opener], and so thankful I was even a part of that,ΓÇ¥ dearly departed BooneΓÇÖs portrayer shared at a ΓÇÿVampire DiariesΓÇÖ cocktail reception held during the TCA winter press tour.

With the entire ΓÇÿLostΓÇÖ cast in lockdown mode when it comes to spilling anything remotely resembling a spoiler, Somerhalder would only say of the Season 6 premiere, ΓÇ£ItΓÇÖs big. I mean, the script weighed about 4 lbs. You sit there and go, ΓÇÿWow. This is an episode of television.ΓÇÖΓÇ¥

Asked if the distance between his two shoot dates means weΓÇÖll get a bit of Boone in the opener, then another blast much farther down the line, he surmised that his scenes ΓÇ£will be spread out throughout the season.ΓÇ¥

Hmmm.

Though itΓÇÖs nearly a 10-hour trek from the ΓÇÿVampire DiariesΓÇÖ set in Atlanta to Lostland, Somerhalder made the most of his September ΓÇ£reunionΓÇ¥ with both the cast and Hawaii itself.

During those 27 hours in Oahu, he said, ΓÇ£I had dinners with my buddies Matthew Fox and Josh [Holloway] and their families, I went to, like, four of my favorite restaurants, AND I went snorkeling, AND I shot what I needed to shoot for the show.ΓÇ¥

Source: Fancast

How Will Lost End?

Menang CemeThe show’s stars offer teases about the May 23rd series finale

With the recent deaths of Sun, Jin, Sayid and Charles Widmore, not to mention KateΓÇÖs shooting and RichardΓÇÖs projection by Smokey into the jungle, I was starting to worry that none of my favorite Lost characters were going to end up with happy endings. But IΓÇÖve found new hope after several of the showΓÇÖs stars offered me some encouraging teases about the ABC dramaΓÇÖs two and a half hour May 23 series wrap-up.

When I asked Scotty Caldwell, who plays Rose, to pick her favorite death scene, she looked at me like I was oblivious.

“Who died?” she asked. “They’re dead??” Hmm….What are we to make of this? Could the characters’ flashsideways lives possibly be the ones that stick? Prodded further, Scotty hinted that all of the characters “get what we gave” and are taken care of in the end.

Adds Nestor Carbonell (Richard), ΓÇ£The whole finale is all about everyoneΓÇÖs resolutions.ΓÇ¥

And get this. When I asked Sonja Walger, who plays Penny, to tell me who gets the best ending, she said rather cryptically, ΓÇ£We all do and youΓÇÖll see why.ΓÇ¥ While Rebecca Mader (Charlotte) concurs, ΓÇ£All of usΓÇ¥ are well served, Michael Emerson singles out his characterΓÇÖs ending out as perhaps the best.

ΓÇ£All vanity aside, I love the way Ben ends,ΓÇ¥ says Michael. ΓÇ£ItΓÇÖs true to his entire, ambiguous arc. He sort of ends and he sort of doesnΓÇÖt end.ΓÇ¥

But Scotty also tells me that more than one ending was shot. ΓÇ£IΓÇÖm not absolutely sure about the tamat hows, wheres and whens because they shot more than one,ΓÇ¥ she says. ΓÇ£So IΓÇÖll be waiting like everyone else to see what they air.ΓÇ¥

And according to one well-placed source, the finale, titled “The End,” may not be the ultimate ending of the story. IΓÇÖm hearing twenty additional minutes of story (not just deleted footage or an alternate ending) will be included in the season six DVD to be released August 24, along with what executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse say will be some pretty spectacular packaging show fans will be unable to resist.

Source: TV Guide Magazine