Lost showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse appeared on NPR to offer their DVD recommendations to Steve Inskeep. You can listen to the seven minute broadcast segement here, or listen to the entire extended 26-minute interview by clicking here.
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The Onion News Network has a late breaking news report on The Final Season of LOST, which promises to make fans more annoying than ever before. The news segment even features exclusive comments from Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. Watch the report now, after the jump.
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While speaking at a Seattle music and arts festival, Lost exec-producers Carlton Cuse, Eddy Kitsis, and Adam Horowitz dropped several morsels of goodness for fans. First off, they reiterated that we shouldn’t expect every single mystery to be solved come the series finale at the end of season six. (And honestly, at this point, how could we expect them to?) Also of note was a dose of reality announced by Mr. Cuse regarding the future of the franchise—while season six is the end of the series as far as they know, Disney will probably do something with the Lost franchise down the line.
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Previously on the Lost Viral: Human Giant comedian Paul Scheer presented Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse with a velvet painting and announcing his new website DamonCarltonAndAPolarBear.com., where he planned to devote his life to making Lost-inspired paintings. Soon after we recieved a FEDEX’d letter from Ronie Midfew Arts, declaring that “Mr. Scheer is creating this LOST-inspired artwork without authorization.” A couple people in the comments figured out that Ronie Midfew Arts is actually an anagram for Widmore Fine Arts. Yes, as in Charles Widmore. Paul broke into the Lost production offices and discovered the title of the first episode of season six.
After harassing phone calls and legal letters, last week Paul was invited by Ronie Midfew Arts to have a meeting at their Beverly Hills art gallery. And it turns out that Ronie Midfew isn’t the evil villain that we had first assumed (or is he?). Paul says that “Ronnie” was very persuasive and convinced Paul to join forces for “The Ultimate Lost Event”. More information after the jump.
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Last Week on the Lost Viral: Human Giant comedian Paul Scheer made an appearance during the Q&A of the Lost Comic-Con panel, presenting Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse with a velvet painting and announcing his new website DamonCarltonAndAPolarBear.com. After Con, we recieved a very strange FEDEX’ed letter from Paul, declaring his decision to become the Picasso of Pop Art, and devote his life to making Lost-inspired paintings. Soon after we recieved a FEDEX’d letter from Ronie Midfew Arts, declaring that “Mr. Scheer is creating this LOST-inspired artwork without authorization.” A couple people in the comments figured out that Ronie Midfew Arts is actually an anagram for Widmore Fine Arts. Yes, as in Charles Widmore. And last time we heard from Paul, he had just received a photo of his Velvet Polar Bear Painting in a trash can at the Lost production offices. Paul wrote on his blog, “I know Damon and Carlton would never do this. They loved my painting. They must also be getting harassed by Ronie Midfew Arts. I’m going to find out the truth. I think it’s time I paid Damon and Carlton a visit!”
As expected, Paul crashed the Lost production office in an attempt to confront Lost showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse about his trashed velvet painting. The best part about it is that he video taped the entire thing (look out for easter eggs). For anyone who doubted that this wasn’t an official Lost viral, I think this will confirm it to be real, with brief appearances by Cuse and Lindelof. Scheer discovers possible clues while dumpster diving in the trash outside the Lost production offices, before he was discovered by the lot security. What did he discover? Information about the Season six premiere of Lost! Watch the video after the jump!
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Human Giant comedian Paul Scheer made a surprise appearance during the question and answer session of the Lost panel at Comic-Con, unveiling of a painting featuring Lost showrunners Damon Lindeloff and Carlton Cuse hugging a polar bear and giving a thumbs up. Scheer told everyone they should check out the rest of his masterpieces during the month ahead at DamonCarltonAndAPolarBear.com. You can watch a clip of his appearance embedded after the jump.
At the time we just assumed that it was probably just Paul being funny… but the website exists. Not only does it exist, but I recieved a fedex today, inside was a limited edition giclee of Scheer’s Damon, Carlton and a Polar Bear print, along with a hand written letter from Paul thanking us for the coverage of his new website.
You can read Paul’s hand-written letter and watch a video of his appearance at Comic-Con, after the jump.
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