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PostSubject: Season 4 *Spoilers!*   Sat Nov 24, 2007 8:31 am

Spoilers are flying around, so here is a thread to keep them all on to stop people who do not wish to know reading them.

On May 7th 2007, it was confirmed that Season 4 will return in February 08 for a 16 episode run, followed by another 2 16 episode seasons in 2009 and 2010 [1].

The band of friends, enemies and strangers continue to work together to stay alive. But as they have discovered during their 70-plus days on the island, danger and mystery loom behind every corner, and those they thought could be trusted may turn against them. Even heroes have secrets.
For the third consecutive season, “Lost” ranks No. 1 in its time period in Adults 18-49. It is Wednesday’s highest-rated scripted TV program in Adults 18-49, and since entering the hour also qualifies as the No. 1 10:00 p.m. series on any network.

“Lost” stars Naveen Andrews as Sayid, Henry Ian Cusick as Desmond, Emilie de Ravin as Claire, Michael Emerson as Ben, Matthew Fox as Jack, Jorge Garcia as Hurley, Josh Holloway as Sawyer, Daniel Dae Kim as Jin, Yunjin Kim as Sun, Evangeline Lilly as Kate, Elizabeth Mitchell as Juliet, Dominic Monaghan as Charlie and Terry O’Quinn as Locke.

“Lost” was created by Jeffrey Lieber and J.J. Abrams & Damon Lindelof. Abrams, Lindelof, Bryan Burk, Jack Bender, Jeff Pinkner and Carlton Cuse serve as executive producers. It’s filmed entirely on location in Hawaii and premiered on September 22, 2004, is from ABC Television Studio.

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Occurences on the Island

3-30-07 Lost Official Podcast
The survivors will celebrate Christmas on the island sometime in Season 4.

5-02-07 Preston & Steve Morning Show via The Tailsection
Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse: The four-toed statue is very important but won't be addressed until season 4.
5-02-07 DarkUFO
Depending on how things go with ABC there is a rumor the big set for season four will be the `ruins'.

Returning characters

Jacob Damon and Carlton Q&A 5/8
Jacob is a character who is every bit as significant to our universe as the Emperor was to the Star Wars universe. Jacob is a guy who is going to have a very significant, ongoing sort of story value in our show.

Mrs. Hawking Damon and Carlton Q&A 5/8
Lindelof: You will be seeing her again.

Watch with Kristin 5/7/07
Dr. Juliet Burke is sticking around for the foreseeable future
Walt and Michael
Official Lost Podcast/March 5, 2007
We will see more of Michael and Walt [but not necessarily in the third season]
Kristin on E!Online[1]
Carlton Cuse: We will only go back to Walt and Michael once we have the sufficient knowledge to comprehend what the writers want to show
Cuse: There's a circularity to the way that story is going to unfold in the overall mythology, and that is a long, planned approach. Yes, we'll get back to the Michael and Walt story, and it will be really compelling when we do. But that's most likely a year 4 story.
3-01-07: From Kristin on E!Online[2]
Harold Perrineau is trying to figure out if he can get back next season and do other work as well

2-20-07: From "fficial Lost Podcast" href="">Portalfficial Lost Podcast"
Damon and Carlton denied a Danielle Rousseau flashback episode until year four.
5-3-06: From Ask Ausiello[3]
"The story of the wrecked research vessel, it will be coming at some point."
4-23-07: Lost Podcasts
There will be a Rousseau flashback eventually. In it, it will talk about Montand and his arm.

11/15/06: Ask Ausiello
Lindelof: "We would love to tell the rest of Libby's story, it’s just a question of whether we get to it. I think we're going to try to tell the stories of our regular characters before we do that." Damon: "Obviously, we have a couple more beats of Libby’s story to tell to fill in the missing pieces, and the way we would tell that story is in the flashbacks of another character. But that character can’t be a character that we already know and love, otherwise they would recognize Libby. We know who those characters are and what those story beats are, but it might be a while before we get to their flashbacks."
Kristin on E!Online[4]
Cuse: Given everything else we have to tell, Libby’s story is going to be a mystery that's going to have to get answered in year 4. Lindelof: There's really one significant missing piece to Libby's story. How did she get from A to B — from Desmond to the mental institution? We know the answer to that question, but the only way to tell that story is through another character's flashback, and that character would have to be another character on the show who is not among the beach dwellers.

Non-returning characters

3-01-07: From Kristin on E!Online[5]
Life & Style magazine is reporting that Dominic Monaghan (Charlie) has been told he won't be back for next season.

Paulo and Nikki
4/11/07: Ask Ausiello
Carlton Cuse: "Paulo and Nikki are definitely dead. Until the zombie season. And neither Paulo nor Boone were gay."
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PostSubject: Jorge, Harold and Elizabeth Mitchell info   Sat Nov 24, 2007 8:46 am

The press meeting with part of the LOST cast to introduce its fourth season is as mysterious as the successful show. We are in a room in Disney's studios at Burbank, and no one among the hundred journalist arrived from all around the world knows who will come. It is said that Evangeline Lilly (Kate). Or maybe Josh Holloway (Sawyer). Even Naveen Andrews might appear. "Impossible", says someone who has been coming to these events for years. The actor who plays the tormented Sayid has never attended one of these meetings. But, surprise!, suddenly, Andrews enters the room. "I came to a Sex Pistols concert and took advantage of the chance of doing this", he says, in a very good mood.

The amazement doesn't end with him. There is also Harold Perrineau, Michael, a character that didn't appear in the whole third season and that the day after this meeting will begin shooting in Hawaii his first comeback episode. "Last Friday I finished shooting a movie, the next day I took a plane to come here, and last night I was given a script I plan to read in the plane to Hawai, so I have absolutely no idea about what is going to happen", he says.

Perrineau attitude is a reminder of how some things never change. The inscrutability is the norm while dealing with LOST. However, actors let out some things. Before, a warning: those who follow the third season through Canal 13 and haven't finished watching it, are advised to not read further.

Elizabeth Mitchell, the blond and enigmatic Juliet in the show, says: "There are still lots of people left to die. There are many deaths... people exploding and things like that". She also tells an anecdote that deepens the mistery: "Yesterday I was reading the script of the episode that comes after the one dedicated to my character. I cried a lot, because I learned something that I didn't like finding out about".

Fourth season of LOST will be shorter: only 16 episodes instead the more than 20 of a conventional one. Depending of the duration of the writers strike, the intention is airing it without reruns. Every week, a new episode broadcasted.

Perrineau says: "When I left the show, the idea was always that my character would come back. And I was told as well that he would be very different. How different? "I don't know, that's my point. I am told he is going to be different, but nothing else" he adds, laughing.

About his role, the son of Chilean Jorge Garcia (Hurley in the show) points out: "He still doesn't know that Charlie (Dominic Monaghan) has died, so he will have to deal with that loss. I think the relationship between Charlie and Hurley was the most solid one in the show. It won't be easy for him". Garcia states that he is interested in coming to Chile, but adds that it will depend of the representatives of the studio coordinating the possibility. "I also would love to go when there is good weather".

Those who watched the third season finale through cable or in DVD, found out the new modality: now, moments of the future are also shown, when the survivors have already left the island. Can we assume that this will be done again? "You can assume whatever you want to", says Andrews. "But, yes... yes, that could happen", he adds, turning into the most secretive of the guests.

Elizabet Mitchell goes a little further: "There will be more looks into the future, but that won't be find out until the end of the episode. We will also see that some survivors are dead in the future". The actress adds: "A big difference between last season and the new one is that now we are going to see more group interaction. There won't be episodes in which you don't see a character. That has given me the chance to work with almost everyone".

There will be new faces too. With their roles still unknown, Jeff Fahey, Jeremy Davies, Rebecca Mader, Ken Leung and Lance Reddick have joined the cast.

Harold had finished filming a movie and a day later he flew to California. He was given a script just the night before so he doesn't know what will happen in season 4. Secrecy continues to be a defining element of the show.
He also said that when he left the show the idea was for his character to return. They also told him that the show would be different. How different, he doesn't know because they didn't say anything else.

Elizabeth Mitchell said that without a doubt many more people would die. There are lots of deaths...people who exploit/use and similar things. She also said that the night before she had read the script for the episode which comes after that dedicated to Juliet. She started crying a lot because she found out/was informed about something and she didn't like. (I hope I got this right but I'm not sure. )

There will be more scenes from the future (FFs) but we won't know that until the end of the episodes. We'll find out that some Losties are dead in the future.

Unlike the previous season, in this one the whole group will interact more. There won't be episodes in which you won't see one character. That gave me the opportunity to work with almost everyone.

Jorge said that Hurley still doesn't know about Charlie dying and he'll have to cope with the loss. He believes the relationship between the two was the most consistent one on the show. It won't be easy for Hurley. He also says we'll se both FFs and FBs.
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PostSubject: Re: Season 4 *Spoilers!*   Wed Dec 12, 2007 3:23 am

Thanks to Sophie for finding the linkage!

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