March 25, 2013
“Revolution” returns with its first new episodes of 2013 on Monday night, and according to Billy Burke, who plays reluctant hero Miles Matheson, the show won’t skip a beat. Access the Full Story
May 18, 2010
LOS ANGELES, Calif.
On May 23, ABC’s “Lost” will conclude with an epic two-and-a-half hour series finale – an episode that, in true “Lost” fashion, may leave as many questions as answers for the sci-fi drama. But before the head scratching begins, AccessHollywood.com has racked our brains, poured over our DVDs and scoured Lostpedia to bring you 10 of the show’s biggest scenes and boldest moments in chronological order. Beware: the jungle is full of spoilers. Access the Full Story
August 09, 2009
Elizabeth Mitchell’s days on “Lost” aren’t over just yet.
In the closing seconds of the Season 5 finale of the ABC show, Elizabeth’s character, Juliet, appeared to detonate an atomic bomb in an attempt to reboot the island’s timeline.Access the Full Story
July 26, 2009
SAN DIEGO, Calif.
At least one formerly deceased character will be making an appearance on the final season of “Lost,” actor Ian Somerhalder confessed to AccessHollywood.com’s Dish of Salt, Laura Saltman, at the San Diego Comic-Con.
“Boone’s gonna pop back in,” Ian said of his character, who bit the dust during the show’s first season. “Two minutes ago, I walked out of a green room with [producers] Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof. We’re gonna work it out.” Access the Full Story
May 14, 2009
LOS ANGELES, Calif.
Jack wanted an explosion and he got his explosion, on the explosive season-ender of “Lost.”
It was a mind-bending finale that, in the best tradition of the series, cleared things up, then confused them again, with exhilarating richness.
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August 11, 2006
Don?t worry, there?s some new guy candy on the island too — Brazilian hunk Rodrigo Santoro. Often compared to Tom Cruise for his smoldering good looks, Santoro is a huge star in his native land, winning numerous awards. Stateside, he has appeared opposite Nicole Kidman in the Chanel commercials directed by Baz Luhrmann and with Demi Moore in “Charlie?s Angels: Full Throttle” (remember that surfing scene?!). His best-known role in this country was as the object of Laura Linney?s desire in the romantic comedy “Love Actually.” The producers of “Lost” aren?t revealing just who Rodrigo will be playing other than he will be romancing Kiele Sanchez. TV Guide is reporting that his character will be competing with Jack and Sawyer for Kate! Some guys have all the luck.Access the Full Story