Back in February we posted this Big Rumour. We’ve now confirmed with multiple sources that this appears to be true. The only part that is still speculation is the list of survivors which was just guessed at by the original poster J, but everything else appears true.
It’s funny looking back at the comments in the Rumours page the number of people who cried fake.
As this involves potential death spoilers we’ve put this behind the usual Are You Sure button.
Thanks to J for sending this over to use from someone who was working on the show. We’ve no way currently to verify this informasi but we hope to soon
He told me the following:
1) That he was playing one of Widmore’s goons.
2) He and a few other fellows were having a shoot-out on the island with some of the Losties and that his character is responsible for wounding Kate (he called her Evie) in the arm.
3) That the Losties will board the sub (obviously a new one, since the last one was blown-up).
4) That Flocke gives Jack a backpack that Jack takes on the sub with him.
5) Unknown to Jack, the backpack has a bomb in it.
6) The bomb explodes and only 5 of the Losties survive. He said he thinks the five who survive are Jack, Sayid, Hurley, Kate and Claire but is not sure. (I cannot imagine how he would know this…seems like he left out some info.).
Bandar Ceme OnlineDo we see how Sawyer and your character, Ava, meet?
No, you see us after weΓÇÖve already met.
Oh, so in the motel room is the first we see you?
Hmm. Does that mean you didnΓÇÖt get to play an ΓÇ£intimateΓÇ¥ scene with Josh?
I did get an intimate scene with Josh. YouΓÇÖll see. I donΓÇÖt want to spoil anything.
Something tells me thereΓÇÖs a good twist after Ava pulls the gun on Sawyer.
Did the director ask if you were good handling a firearm, to which you scoffed loudly?
No, noΓÇª ThatΓÇÖs one of the first times where theyΓÇÖve said to me, ΓÇ£We love your work and we love the way you hold a gun. So girl, go get him!ΓÇ¥
I was going to ask if there are any parallels between what happens with Sawyer and Ava and what happens for him on the island, but based on what you said earlierΓÇª.
I didnΓÇÖt read JoshΓÇÖs other stuff, because then I would know what was happening and I would have ruined it for myself.
Did you always know you were going back when you left?
“No, I had no idea. I never thought I was going back again so when they called me and asked me to come back I was like ‘Yay! I’m in Lost again!'”
How did you feel when you got written out?
“I was gutted and disappointed because I felt that Charlotte’s story hadn’t reached a conclusion. I was having such a great time and I didn’t feel like I was ready to leave. I finished a long time ago and since then I’ve done four films and worked with all these other people and had amazing experiences. It was a blessing in disguise in a way, then I got to go back again. It all worked out in the end!”
How many episodes are you back for?
“I’m not sure. Definitely one, maybe more – I’m not sure. I’m not on the island though…”
Do you feature heavily in the episode?
“I think so, yeah. It’s not fleeting, thank God.”
Do you think fans will get closure on Charlotte’s story?
“No. It’s not brief but it’s unlikely to give a million answers. I can’t tell you why! I can’t wait for people to see it – it’s really, really cool.”
Bandar CemeThanks to all of you that sent these in.
Cody in Brooklyn, N.Y.: I’m still hoping Locke-Locke will come alive on the island and Un-Locke, if you will, is a goner. Any insight? Carlton Cuse, take it away: “We’ve said dead is dead and we’re not really going to go back on the rules, [but] I will say that there are surprises in store at the end of the series.” That’s what the Lost mastermind told us when I asked that exact question, and I predict they have something up their genius little sleeves!
Judy: Does Sawyer’s daughter Clementine (the one he had with Cassidy) exist even in the alt universe? Not that I know. From what I’ve heard Sawyer is pretty lonesome.
Menang CemeThanks to Judy and others for the heads up.
After several weeks of red herrings, non sequiturs and blind alleys, Lost (CTV – 7 p.m.; ABC – 9 p.m.) returns to one of the original characters most central to the core story. James (Sawyer) Ford (Josh Holloway), a.k.a. Jim LaFleur, is sent on a mission by the enigmatic Locke/Not-Locke (Terry O’Quinn), a mission that involves watching and listening, and reporting back to the Boss.
When tonight’s episode ends, Lost will be officially halfway through its selesai season.
Mitchell, speaking with us on the set of her other ABC series, V, in Vancouver, Canada, on Monday revealed that she will be flying back to Hawaii, where Lost films, very soon.
“I will be [flying back] again in a couple weeks, but right now there’s a bit of a honeymoon,” she said, referring to the fact that she doesn’t have to shuttle back and forth across the Pacific as she did during the filming of the first four episodes of V, which shot at the same time as Lost last year.
So we can expect to see Juliet again?
“Yeah, I think so,” Mitchell said. “I can’t say doing what, because I get the script in a couple days. … It might be for the finale. It will be towards the end, yeah.”
Will she appear as a ghost on the island? As a flashback? In the sideways universe?