Bandar CemeNothing us spoiler hounds didn’t already know but as she confirms her re-appearance on Lost it’s in the Spoiler Section.
There is another video here in which she talks about V including a clip.
Bandar CemeThanks to Henry for the heads up.
Menang CemeThanks to Annie for the heads up.
He continued: ΓÇ£For me it was very satisfying. After I read it, I had to sit for five or 10 minutes, just reflecting and digesting, because it definitely makes an impact.ΓÇ¥
With filming on the finale now underway, the actor is finding himself overcome with a myriad of emotions. ΓÇ£I definitely feel like a very important chapter in my life is coming to a close,ΓÇ¥ says Dae Kim, whoΓÇÖs already been cast in a starring role in CBSΓÇÖs Hawaii Five-O remake. ΓÇ£ItΓÇÖs hard not to feel the weight of that. IΓÇÖm looking back with great fondness and pride, and IΓÇÖm also excited to move forward and start writing the next chapter.ΓÇ¥
Bandar CemeAfter Tuesday night’s Sun-centric (Yunjin Kim) and Jin-centric episode of Lost, many viewers are wondering if Sun is not long for this world, or the other world, too! TVGuide.com caught up with Daniel Dae Kim to find out what the tamat seven episodes hold for the fates of the castaways, including whether Sun or Jin is the important candidate whom UnLocke (Terry O’Quinn) is looking for. Spoiler alert: It could be neither of them!
TVGuide.com: Sun and Jin are not married, but still running away together in the alternate universe. Is this sideways timeline more similar than we originally thought?
Dae Kim: As we saw from last night, there are certain similarities and certain big differences. In a way, the big question for me is: Why? I think we’re going to discover that each character has something that is unexpected in their lives off the island and we’re trying to figure out the source of it.
TVGuide.com: Will Sun and Jin ever be reunited on the island?
Dae Kim: I hope so. I kind of feel like Sun and Jin, in some ways, are the heart of this show. I think people are really looking forward to a reunion, but Keamy said in last night’s episode, “Some people are not meant to be together.” So it’s a tough call.
TVGuide.com: Since Sun has forgotten to speak English. When they’re reunited, will Jin be her translator?
Dae Kim: That would be ironic. [Laughs] It would be a one-eighty …
TVGuide.com: There’s a big, obvious question in that only one of them is important because only one of them can be a candidate. What will we see come of that?
Dae Kim: I don’t mean to make things more complicated, but it could also mean their daughter can be a candidate. Kwon is the last name for all three of them. It’s difficult to say. It may be that all three of them are candidates, but it doesn’t necessarily mean any of them will end up being the new Jacob.
TVGuide.com: Does their daughter play an integral part in the next few episodes?
Dae Kim: She is a factor. She has to be accounted for.
TVGuide.com: Jin used to be infertile, but Sun is pregnant in the alternate universe. Will that be addressed?
Dae Kim: Absolutely. It will be addressed. There’s more to Sun and Jin’s story in the alternate reality.
TVGuide.com: Jin is now involved in Charles Widmore’s plan. How is Jin able to help with “The Package,” that is Desmond (Henry Ian Cusick)?
Dae Kim: Widmore is trying to recruit anyone and everyone that he can. The fact that Jin and Desmond know one another and can help unite each other against the same enemy, I think, is important.
TVGuide.com: Widmore’s plan seems to be that he wants to keep everyone on the island now.
Dae Kim: Yeah, I think the writers are doing such a really good job on keeping him ambiguous and the real idea of who’s good and who’s bad on the island. It’s a reflection of how things are in real life; it’s not so black and white. Whose motives are going to allow the castaways to survive? I’m not sure. It’s a fine balance.
TVGuide.com: Will the submarine hold the fates of several characters?
Dae Kim: Ahh, that can very well be. I can say that the tension on the island continues. Death is definitely a part of their experience on the island for the past six years. As the stakes get higher and people align themselves with different sides, it’s natural. Locke pretty much declared war in Tuesday’s episode, so there are always causalities.
TVGuide.com: Because you’re nearly finished shooting, what is the feeling like on the set?
Dae Kim: The other day, when we were on set all together, there was this feeling like what I got when I graduated high school. We still had to go to school, there was still work to be done, but we knew that we were going to be leaving soon. We could appreciate and enjoy each other’s company because we knew it would be coming to a close. It was a really light-hearted tone and the day went fast.
TVGuide.com: What can you say to fans who have griped about the sideways universe in regards to the finale?
Dae Kim: As long as I can remember, there has been a small and vocal population of fans that have been unhappy with the show; this season is no exception. To that I’ll say that the landscape and characters and story lines and plot that our writers have put together is so labyrinth-y, I give the writers so much credit for being able to address the questions, but also do it in a compelling way. In the grand scheme of themes they’re trying to address, the majority of those questions will be answered by the end of the series.
Bandar CemeThanks to luna481516 for the heads up.
We see that Allison Janney’s going to be on the show next week, in the episode about Jacob and the Man in Black.
I think that she played Mother Earth.
We’re guessing you didn’t share any scenes with her, then.
No, but I think I met her in the trailer and she was absolutely lovely.
Bandar Ceme OnlineHere is an interview with Daniel with some gosip on the Finale.
Will Jin and Sun’s daughter play an integral part in the last few episodes?
“The daughter will be…how do I put this without saying too much? The daughter will play a role in the selesai episodes.”
What can you say about the selesai episode?
“I think that the finale has a lot of emotional impact and I hope it will resonate with the viewers the way that it resonated with me.”
Bandar CemeThanks to HP108 for the heads up.
I’m guessing that means loss … yikes. What was your immediate reaction to the finale? Were you satisfied? Intrigued?
Gosh, it was such a mix of emotions. And actually — to be completely candid — I felt a more powerful mix of emotions when I finished reading the finale than I did when I finished my last day of shooting. I think mainly because ‘Lost’ lives and dies by its writing. As a fan myself, when I finished the last chapter of the book of ‘Lost,’ I really needed to kind of sit with it by myself for a while because it had meant so much to me.
And that’s exactly what most fans are going to be doing … and then they’re going to go back and re-watch the whole thing in awe.
I think it’ll be really interesting to watch the pilot, knowing what you know at the end. Now the audience will be in the position of a Jacob as opposed to a Jack, who was trying to figure it all out.
Fans want to know if Island Jin will finally get to meet Ji Yeon. I know you can’t tell us, but with a bun in Sun’s panggangan off the Island, maybe you can just tell us if we’ll ever see you even close to meeting any child of yours …
I really hope so! Family is really important to Jin. You see what he did for the love of his life, and I think he would do anything he possibly could. I really hope for Jin that he gets to see Ji Yeon.
Bandar Ceme OnlineThanks to our good friend Natalie Abrams from TV Guide for the heads up.
TVGuide.com: What can you tell us about the Losties going after Locke?
Kim: He is a force to be reckoned with. It’s Locke vs. the castaways. Whoever is leftover will fight Locke to the end. The conclusion to Locke’s story, that is part of the secret last act.
Full Interview: The ODI
Bandar Ceme OnlineAudio Interview with one of the cast due back for the Finale.
Hello. This is from the Preston and Steve Show in Philadelphia. The audio link on the link is from their Wednesday, 05/05/10 show in which they interviewed Ian Somerhalder (Boone) about Lost and the Vampire Diaries. The audio starts out after they are done talking to him and in the beginning of the clip they mention how he said that two weeks ago that he was in Hawaii filming for Lost which would have been for the series finale. The rest of the clip is the show’s cast members discussing events in the Philadelphia area which includeds their Lost Season Finale Viewing Party, which they have had for every season finale and premier since season two. Other things they mention are their annual concert which they will be hosting earlier in that day and how they will be tired going to the lost finale party at an aquariam next door to the concert venue, and also other local happenings.
Menang CemeThanks to Vincent for the heads up. Nothing too spoilerly.
Is it just me or are the hosts of this sure super annoying!