Posts with tag "lost"
- Posted May 22nd 2011 at 08:19 AM by Christine Fenno
'Lost' star Evangeline Lilly has found herself a new role: Mommy. The actress, 31, gave birth to her first child, a baby boy. The father is her boyfriend, Norman Kali, who was reportedly employed as a production assistant on the crew of the ABC hit series. Lilly was previously in a relationship (2004-'09) with 'Lost' co-star Dominic Monaghan. Details about the new baby are few, as the ...
- Posted Jan 5th 2011 at 10:29 AM by Zach Dionne
The six-number sequence that mysteriously recurred throughout the televised enigma known as 'Lost' won a bunch of people a bunch of money last night. "Tuesday night's massive Mega Millions drawing had many 'Lost' fans scratching their heads, as four of the six winning numbers were identical to the infamous set of digits from the hit ABC show," our friends at Celebuzz were first to report. T...
- Posted Sep 19th 2010 at 02:55 PM by Christine Fenno
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Tomorrow, as NBC premieres its most talked-about new drama, 'The Event' (9 p.m. EST), millions of 'Lost' fans have a decision to make. Dare we open ourselves up, all over again, potentially for years, to a brand new, sci-fi-tinged, time-jumping, conspiracy-filled series promising twisted plotlines, and, let's face it, torture for the viewer? The show has already played mind games with us, as...
- Posted Aug 29th 2010 at 09:32 AM by Christine Fenno
He took home an Emmy last year for his popular portrayal of scheming Ben Linus on ABC's 'Lost' -- but as a nominee once again this year, Michael Emerson says he's hardly imagining that he'll repeat the win in his category (outstanding supporting actor in a drama series). "You know, I haven't thought about it much this year because I just don't feel like I'm in the running," he told E! News at t...
- Posted Jun 3rd 2010 at 01:01 PM by PopEater Staff
Add "children's author" to the list of diverse careers newly unemployed 'Lost' cast members are considering. Last night, Evangeline Lilly told Craig Ferguson she's a passionate writer, going so far as to recite a lengthy chunk of her completed (but unpublished) children's book, 'The Squickerwonkers.' "I love to write," the 30-year-old Canadian actress told the late night host. "I write everythi...
- Posted May 24th 2010 at 04:51 PM by Tracey Harrington McCoy
Pop-ed: The call came at 3PM on a Tuesday in March. "Would you like to be an extra on the finale?" the casting director asked. I think we all know how I answered. After months of waiting for the 'Lost' casting director to call -- I'd met her several months earlier at the Honolulu premiere of the final season -- she'd saved the best for last, asking two friends and me to be extras on the finale sho...
- Posted May 24th 2010 at 12:02 PM by Mike Hess
Pop-Ed: Sitting down for the 'Lost' finale was a bit like watching an odd hybrid of the Super Bowl mixed with a college graduation. Whether it was feasible or not, I was expecting fireworks, drama, action and answers to life's ... errr, 'Lost's' most troubling questions. Going in, it was obvious that not everything was going to be explained -- that would be impossible given how many dangling my...
- Posted May 24th 2010 at 07:05 AM by Kelly Woo
"Live together, or die alone," Jack Shephard once told his fellow survivors of Oceanic Flight 815. 'Lost' fans across the country took that proclamation to heart, gathering together in groups small and large to watch the series finale of one of the most celebrated and discussed shows in television history. Consensus, live and from the Internet: Emotionally satisfying (if confusing as hell). Fu...
- Posted May 21st 2010 at 11:20 AM by Zach Dionne
While there's a lot of talk about whether spending all these years watching 'Lost' will have been worth it (it will), one thing is certain: It took a long, long time to get here. With 121.5 episodes (the finale's two-and-a-half hours) at about 42 minutes a pop (on DVD, arguably the best way to watch), we'll have spent 5,103 minutes, or 85 hours, watching the always-mystifying, often-infuriating ...
- Posted May 17th 2010 at 10:44 AM by Mike Hess
In perhaps one of the boldest (and coolest) musical ventures in late-night TV history, 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' went old-school last week -- during what they dubbed 'Rolling Stones Week.' With the reissue of the Stones' classic album 'Exile on Main Street,' the crafty and inventive Fallon pitched a grand plan to Mick Jagger: Have some of today's biggest musicians play their favorite 'Exile' ...
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