Lost Season 3 Scoops From Comic-Con!
Source: Scott Chitwood
July 22, 2006
"Lost" co-creator/executive producer Damon Lindelof, executive producers Bryan Burk and Carlton Cuse, and stars Jorge Garcia (Hugo) and Daniel Dae Kim (Jin) attended the San Diego Comic-Con today and talked about the upcoming season three starting on October 4. The presentation was briefly interrupted by a planned protestor, a Rachel Blake, who yelled at them for supporting the Hanso Foundation and told people to go to HansoExposed.com.
Here are the highlights of what they said!
- Season three will have a vastly different feeling, but at the same time reembrace the roots of the series.
- Season three will focus more on adventure.
- The first six episodes in the fall will be like a mini-series and focuses on the captivity story of Jack, Kate and Sawyer.
- We'll learn more about The Others and Alex's story.
- An event will happen mid-season that will blow people away!
- J.J. Abrams will co-write the first episode which is titled "The Tale of Two Cities." He'll also direct the seventh episode, which is the first episode of the second half of the third season (early next year).
- They are going to reveal what happened to Locke, Desmond and Echo.
- They are adding new regular characters, which they are casting for now.
- You'll see more scenes from the outside world (taking place at the same time they are on the island).
- Desmond and Penny's relationship forms a new seed for a new element in the series.
- Libby will be back to fill in the gaps.
- Within the first few episodes Kate "gets with someone".
- They are going to explain the medical miracles.
- They debunked the rumor that the monster is a cloud nanobot.
- The hyroglypics on the countdown clock are signs of the underworld.
- They have 4 to 5 seasons planned out, and they knew the beginning and ending from the start. Going beyond 5 seasons would be stretching it, they said.
- If they introduce a question on the show, they already know the answer.
- They do look at fans' reactions and that does affect how they do things on the show.
- They showed a promo for the 13 "Lost" diaries that will be on Verizon, which featured Hugo finding a camera and interviewing people on the island.
- A "Lost" game from Ubisoft is coming next year which features a new story.
- On the season two DVD, you can expect one feature which has all of Sawyer's famous lines.