For two years, Austin based artist Tim Doyle has been proving locations on television are as essential as the characters. The Kwik-E-Mart on The Simpsons; the RV in Breaking Bad; Castle Greyskull in Masters of the Universe; these locations are as important to their show as Homer, Walt or He-Man. Now, for the third year in a row, Doyle emphasizes that point with the art show UnReal Estate III, which opens Thursday February 6 at Spoke Art in San Francisco. The artist has once again made iconic locations from popular shows into beautiful art.
In the past, Doyle’s tackled The Sopranos, Sesame Street, Downton Abbey, Doctor Who and so many others. This year, we’re proud to exclusively debut Doyle’s takes on Game of Thrones, Pee Wee’s Playhouse, Lost, Adventure Time, Six Feet Under and The Munsters. Which is only a fraction of the show. Check it out below. Read More »
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In the immortal words of Jack Shepard, “we have to go back!” At this year’s PaleyFest in Hollywood, from March 13-18, several popular TV shows will unite their casts on stage for lively Q&As. Orange Is The New Black, Parks and Recreation, Veronica Mars, Agents of SHIELD, Community, Mad Men, How I Met Your Mother and Masters of Sex are just a few. However, the highlight has to be the 10-year anniversary reunion of the cast of Lost. It’ll take place March 16. See the full schedule, and find out how to get tickets, below. Read More »
A document recently leaked online detailing a version of the hit TV show Lost that never was. It details a show that’s much more episodic, less mythological and almost the exact opposite of the show that ran for six seasons on ABC. Dated May 5, 2004, four months before the first episode aired, some might look at this document and laugh. “Oh look, they really didn’t ever understand what this show is!”
However, we went to the source — show creator Damon Lindelof – who gave us the full details on this document.
This document outlines the version of Lost the network wanted, but one that Lindelof and J.J. Abrams didn’t. In going against this design, we were rewarded with one of the best and most polarizing TV shows of all time. Read More »
Movie fans are well-aware what Bad Robot is: the production company of J.J. Abrams, responsible for a multitude of hit TV shows and movies. Among the TV shows are Fringe, Lost, Alias, Revolution and Person of Interest. The films? Star Trek, Cloverfield, Super 8, Mission: Impossible III and soon, Star Wars Episode VII. The company is a powerhouse of geeky goodness.
This week, Bad Robot adds yet another impressive line to their resume: art show subject. Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles has teamed up with Abrams and crew to host the first ever Bad Robot Art Experience. Featuring art by over 100 artists based on all the above films, shows and more, it’s going to be a can’t miss event for art fans and pop culture fans alike.
The show opens April 26 and remains on display through May 18. After the jump, look at more than forty of the pieces in the show. Read More »
We’ve got two art shows to tell you about today. One is movie specific, second is more subtle and pop culture centric, both are very cool.
First, tied in with this weekend’s huge new release, Disney is releasing some Oz the Great and Powerful art by Joey Chou at their WonderGround Gallery at Downtown Disney in Anaheim, CA. The gallery will also have a bunch of props from the film on display.
Next up, Los Angeles’s Gallery 1988 is opening their latest show, Product Placement, on March 9. It features works based on different products in movies and TV. What does that mean? Well how about Dapper Dan in O’Brother Where Art Thou, Oceanic 815 in Lost, Shark Repellent in Batman, Neo Tokyo Customs in Akira, Morrie’s Wigs in Goodfellas and much, much more. Check images out below. Read More »
The team at College Humor has made a living creating clever videos for us to share amongst friends and this has to be one of my favorites. Taking a formula they’re pretty much perfected in the past and combining it with their best subject yet, we’re presented with Lost: The Role Playing Game. Six seasons of the hit ABC show from J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse are condensed into one video that plays out like an old school RPG. Check it out below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012 by Angie Han
If you’re still scratching your head over that ambiguous Lost finale two years later… well, this new interview with Damon Lindelof probably won’t change that. But if you’re one of the many fans who wondered just what in the hell Lindelof and Carlton Cuse thought they were doing, you’ll want to watch the video after the jump. Also after the break:
- A new preview for Season 3 of The Walking Dead
- Cast members leaving Smash and Fringe
- Former Luck star Jason Gedrick boards Dexter
- American Horror Story Season 2 setting revealed
- HBO unveils a new poster for Aaron Sorkin‘s The Newsroom
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Just when you thought the cryptic quotes about Lost were over with, co-creator and executive producer Damon Lindelof came out and said the following at Variety’s Entertainment & Technology Summit:
It’s been two years (since the series wrapped) and we told the story we wanted to tell….I do feel like the world has not seen the end of ‘Lost,’ but I’m not going to have any involvement.
Here we go again. Let’s speculate after the jump. Read More »