Episode 6X11 – Filming Update And Set Video

Menang CemeHere are some more details from Ryan about today’s filming.

If you missed the set pics, there was a stunt scene being filmed with a car flipping into the marina. Stand-ins for both Charlie and Desmond were spotted on set and apparently the first run at the stunt did not work well as a cable pulling the car snapped, but the second take was successful and fans were able to catch the action via video.

Here is a set video from LOST Locations and update from Ryan:

It was only after the stunt, and after a lunch break, that the context of the scene became clear. Seated in the ill-fated car were Desmond (Henry Ian Cusick) and Charlie (Dominic Monaghan), perhaps not long after CharlieΓÇÖs release from the airport holding cell and their subsequent conversation in a bar. Desmond is driving. The pair are arguing. Suddenly, Charlie grabs the wheel from the passenger seat and yanks, and his impulsive act is what sends their vehicle into the ocean.


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Sky One – Lost Season 6 Press Release

Menang Ceme[tx: Returns Friday 5 February at 9pm exclusively on Sky1 HD and Sky1]
Back in 2004, JJ Abrams and Damon Lindelof wrote a pilot for a TV show centered around the idea of a plane crashing on a remote island. Six years later and LOST is a multiple award-winning phenomenon, its woven web of intrigue making it one of the most talked about, analysed and theorised programmes of all time. Now, questions will be answered as LOST reaches its sixth and simpulan season exclusively on Sky1 HD and Sky1 from Friday 5 February at 9pm.

The fifth seasonΓÇÖs finale left viewers stunned as they witnessed not only the apparent death of Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell), who detonated the hydrogen bomb and potentially altered the islandersΓÇÖ fate, but the shocking revelation that the Man in Black (Titus Welliver) had taken the appearance of the dead Locke (Terry OΓÇÖQuinn) and convinced Ben (Michael Emerson) to kill the enigmatic Jacob (Mark Pellegrino). The simpulan season will pick up where season five left off, and the writers have hinted that it will go back to the beginning to examine how far the characters have come. Could this mean that JackΓÇÖs (Matthew Fox) plan to detonate the bomb, stop The Incident from occurring, and thus prevent Flight 815 from crashing, was successful?

Executive producers and writers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have said that viewers desperate for answers will definitely get them when the series concludes. Lindelof explained: ΓÇ£I think there are people who have certainly figured out significant pieces, but they don’t have enough information yet. We withheld key evidence. Starting with the season premiere this year, the remaining clues necessary to figure out where we’re going to end the show are going to begin to fall into place.ΓÇ¥ Cuse teased: ΓÇ£We’re doing something different narratively in this season, which doesn’t require either a deep investment or in-depth knowledge about the series.ΓÇ¥

It has been confirmed that many familiar faces will be making a return for LOSTΓÇÖs simpulan season. Claire (Emilie de Ravin), who vanished in season four, will be back as a series regular, plus the apparently deceased Charlie (Dominic Monaghan), Libby (Cynthia Watros), Michael (Harold Perrineau) and Boone (Ian Somerhalder) will each be making an appearance ΓÇô but in what capacity remains unknown. New castings include Sheila Kelley (LA Law) as an intellectual beauty named Kendall, notorious Japanese actor Hiroyuki Sanada (The Last Samurai) as an as yet unnamed significant character and John Hawkes (Deadwood) as Lennon, a spokesperson for the president of a foreign corporation.

Just what are the meaning of the numbers 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42? What is the smoke monster? Why were Jack, Kate (Evangeline Lilly) and Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and the rest of the castaways selected in the first place? Questions will be answered when LOST returns with a double bill entitled LA X, on Friday 5 February at 9pm only on Sky1 HD and Sky1.

Source: Sky One