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Bandar Ceme OnlineHere are some snippets from a recent E!Online article. Here are the spoilerly parts. Note: It looks like they might have their episode numbers a bit mixed up as Episode 6.11 is being filmed now 😉 unless they are making it up as they go along lol

CARLTON CUSE
What about Maggie returning as Shannon?
We would love to have Maggie Grace back, but she’s very busyΓÇöshe’s got a movie career. We would love to work it out and have her back on the show, and we’ve talked to her; we’re just trying to get that worked out.

When in season six will Harold Perrineau and Cynthia Watros be appearing?
In the latter half of the season.

Do you have plans to bring Charlie back?
Yes, Dominic Monaghan is back for four episodes this season.

Malcolm David Kelley is the big question I have…
Well, Malcolm is very tricky because of the age thing, and it makes it very hard for him. We would love to have him back, but he has aged and looks older than his character. So that’s the duduk masalah with him, so we’re still trying to see if there’s a way to work that out.

Will the clips from Comic-ConΓÇöthe Mr. Cluck’s commercial and the Kate crime featureΓÇömake sense once we’ve seen the premiere, or will we have to wait to fit them into the mythology?
I think they will start to make sense after the premiere, but it will take a number of episodes for them to fully make sense.

What about the Helen episode with Katey Sagal?
That comes up in the first third of the season.

Obviously, you can’t answer every single question, but some things like the numbersΓÇö
No, obviously, if we said nothing about the smoke monster, if we said nothing about the numbers, we would be killed, but we believe that we recognize what the major questions are, and we will be providing some answers to those questions.

Where are you in terms of writing the episodes?
We are in the middle of writing episode 11, prepping episode 12 and we’re writing episode 13.

How quickly does Claire come back?
I can’t say.

What is the vibe of the simpulan season?
I’d say it’s a lot like the vibe of first seasonΓÇöthe actors talk a lot about how theyΓÇÖve reconnected with each otherΓÇöthere’s almost a nostalgic quality. I think the first season of any show, the actors get together, they bond, and then thereΓÇÖs a drift over time. But because the show has an end, the actors have a chance to sort of rebond, much like they did in the first season when they screened the episodes every Wednesday at each other. There’s a real sense that the connections between these characters is a huge part of the show: Why did these characters cross [paths with] each other?

DAMON LINDELOF
Are you worried the show will jump the shark?
I think that the show has jumped the shark at least a dozen times now, and fortunately for us, the storytellers, but unfortunately for a mainstream audience, yes, absolutely there was a time 23 million people were watching Lost, and that time has passed. Every time this show takes a risk, declares itself more overtly, there are going to be people saying, “I wasn’t watching a show about time travel. I don’t like that show. I don’t want to watch that anymore.” But we want to tell the story that we’re committed to, and hopefully the audience will stick with us. We can’t really comment past that.

How will this finale compare to other recent series finales?
I think that The Shield was a phenomenal series finale, and certainly Newhart is one of my favorites, but my all-time favorite series finale is M*A*S*H. I remember watching that with my folks; I remember everyone on our street was watching it. I remember Hawkeye basically saying, “It was a baby, it wasn’t a chicken, it was a baby,” and how emotional it was when the chopper finally lifted off and Klinger stayed behind; it stayed with me for my life. I feel like to end a show that people do care about and to give the characters incredibly fulfilling resolutions, M*A*S*H is the pinnacle of something we’re trying to achieve. That being said, it wasn’t a mystery show, so we’ve got to answer all our mysteries and give the audience a satisfying character conclusion, so I’d like to say for the record that our degree of difficulty is very high.

JOSH HOLLOWAY
What happens to Sawyer this season?
They’ve kept me in the dark since day one; I don’t know, and I don’t want to know. I’m spoiled now with not having to study much, just get it and go.

Source: E!Online

Cast Dishes On The Future

Bandar Ceme OnlineThanks to Annie for the heads up.

These were questions I had and questions my co-workers Mary Loynes and Rick Taber gave me. Questions like: “What happened to the children?”; “Will Walt come back this season?”; “Is Claire possessed?”; “Why was Libby in the mental hospital with Hurley?”; “Do they think the fans will be satisfied with the selesai season ending?” and “Are they moving from Hawaii now that the show is over?” So I went straight to the sources and here’s what they told me:

Michael Emerson who plays Ben Linus: “Honestly we don’t know an episode until they give us the script and we don’t get them until a day before we shoot them. We won’t see that last script until April. I’m happy to be in the dark as an actor. It’s important that there are mysteries. The landscape of the entire show is a set of mysteries and when those mysteries explode there is not much there.”

Terry O’Quinn who plays John Locke: “In the 2-hour premiere it is revealed who Locke actually is. Although that’s still kind of a mystery of who is that. But there’s still a pretty big revelation there.”

Jorge Garcia who plays Hugo ‘Hurley’ Reyes: “There’s always going to be more to answer. I think some things are just going to have to be left as a mystery. But I think most of the big ones, you will have some sort of answer to. You’ll know this is kind of what is going on here and this is what is going on there. There’s no way we are ever going to satisfy everybody….Oh and this is Hurley’s last season on ‘LOST.'” (laughing)

Daniel Dae Kim who plays Jin Kwon: “I doubt very much that every loose end will get tied up because frankly it’s like life. You know you look for answers to the big questions, but some things just get left by the wayside. But I think (the writers) I think they are pretty diligent and pretty conscious about answering the big questions and I’m pretty sure they will do that. I think you might see Charlie again sometime before the season is over. A lot of people who stopped watching after the first or second season will want to come back to see what happened to certain characters.”

Emile de Ravin who plays Claire Littleton: “I’m pretty sure there will be stuff that is answered and people will be happy to know certain things. But I will say I come back in a rather unique manner and get to play around with my character “Claire” a little more.

Josh Holloway who plays James ‘Sawyer’ Ford: “I am going to change my underwear. (He laughs).

Evangeline Lilly who plays Kate Austen: “I’m doing something totally new this season. I’m not going to tell you what though. But it is very exciting. There is going to be a merk new version of Kate. I don’t know if anyone else is gonna pick up on it, but in my mind it’s very new and exciting.”

Source: Full Article @ CNN Blog