I was reading comments on a poll about which actor/actress has had the best career after Lost on a different website awhile back and everyone seemed to say Ian Somerhalder and Mattew Fox! I really don't think its them at all. I suppose Ian has done well with The vampire Diares but I haven't seem him do anything else. And as for Matthew Fox, I haven't heard of him doing anything except for a play in London.
I think the actors/actress's that have done best is actually Michelle Rodriguez, Maggie Grace, Emilile De Ravin and maybe Evangiline Lilly. Those have been in movies like avatar, real steel, Taken, Twilight (I am not a fan of those films) and Remeber Me. There may be other actors/ actresses but I can't think right now.
Does anyone else thi…Read more >
On lost pedia on the "lost history" bit, a few days ago it said Nadia get's shot and killed. But I thought she gets run over by a car in the season 5 final. So how did she die??Read more >
I live in the UK and I remember watching the scream awards on a channel. This year I want to watch them but I don't know if its being shown in the UK. Theres supposed to be a tribute to lost I want to see aswell on it. Does anyone know if it is on a UK channel and what day and time??Read more >
So, I got the Lost board game back in 2006 when it came out but its been laying in my room for ever. I have no idea how to play it. It's so confusing. Doe's anyone know how to play this game??Read more >
I found out about this not long ago and it seems really cool. Unfortunately I'm at school during it and I would have no way of getting to London. Anyway read it....
The UK’s first-ever public TV marathon crash lands in London
Avid followers of smash-hit TV series LOST are invited to test their dedication to the show by enduring the ultimate fan challenge, as they attempt to watch all 121 episodes back-to-back in the UK’s first ever public TV marathon.
The Lost Marathon will be held at Leicester Square’s Prince Charles Cinema from Monday 13th September – Thursday 16th September 2010 to celebrate the release of Lost The Final Season, available on Blu-ray and DVD on Monday 13th September.
From the heart-pounding opening episode to the suspense-fi…Read more >