Friday, June 20, 2008

Where Are They Now? LOST Cast Updates


Since we have plenty of time on our hands between Seasons 4 & 5, I thought I'd research what the (current) cast of Lost is up to. As a general rule, I don't tend to report gossip or share personal information about celebrities on any of my blogs, so that kind of detail will not be included below.

It seems that many of the cast are taking some much needed time off, while others are fitting in a film or two in the interim.

NAVEEN ANDREWS (Sayid)

HENRY IAN CUSIK (Desmond)

Dead Like Me
[the big screen adaptation of the Showtime series]

ALAN DALE (Charles Widmore)
Currently appearing in Spamalot, in London

MATTHEW FOX (Jack)
No projects on the horizon

JORGE GARCIA (Hurley)
Although there has been no official news, Jorge is about to begin filming When We Were Pirates.
Here is a video of him recording a song for the film, along with his co-stars.


JOSH HOLLOWAY (Sawyer)
No projects on the horizon

DANIEL DAE KIM (Jin)
No projects on the horizon

ELIZABETH MITCHELL (Juliet)
No projects on the horizon

EMILIE DE RAVIN (Claire)
MICHAEL EMERSON (Ben)
No projects on the horizon

YUNJIN KIM (Sun)
Two Sisters

EVANGELINE LILLY (Kate)
Afterwards

TERRY O'QUINN (Locke)
No projects on the horizon

SONYA WALGER (Penny Widmore)
The Factory
Tell Me You Love Me
(the HBO series has been picked up for Season 2)

Filming should commence later this summer, and Season 5 is scheduled to premiere in January 2009.

4 comments:

Kat said...

Actually, Terry hopes to film a screenplay his brother, Thomas, wrote next summer.

Kat said...

Thought you'd be interested in this interview where Terry talks about his upcoming movie. http://www.rte.ie/arts/2008/0624/lost.html

dube said...

Ohhhh! I'd love to see Dead Like Me! With "Desmond" it'll be awesome. :-)

Emzi said...

I saw Alan Dale in Spamalot last month. It was great seeing him in such a less-serious role, and he was dancing and singing.

We stood near the stage door at the end to see if we could catch a glimpse of him, but he must've left before we got there.