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Takeshi

Znaci, jos 3 sezone po 16 epizoda.Od najava ... vraca se Michael, bice i flash-back ali i flash-forward delova kao u poslednjoj S3 epizodi, nece biti varijante kao pratimo junake van ostrva u novim avanturama, odlazak je i dalje centralna tema. Autori su priznali gresku sa Niki i Paulo epizodom, navodno ispitivali su puls publike za taj nacin ubacivanja novih likova. I krajnje prizemni problemi, Nestor Carbonell koji igra Richarda-koji-ne-stari, snima novu seriju u kojoj je jedna od dve glavne uloge, i ne moze da radi paralelno, a trebalo je da ga bude vise u novim sezonama.Ekstremni fanovi jure ovih dana po lokacijama snimanja i po scenografijama razradjuju teorije, ali je zvanicno jedino postavljen onaj Dharma film iz nove stanice,

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Takeshi

Kretori serije, u podcastu pre par nedelja:Carlton and Damon then suprise a few Lost listeners by calling them and allowing them to ask questions:First Question: Have you guys had a definite plan related to the love triangle of Sawyer/Kate/Jack?-They have agreed on who Kate will ultimately end up with, but didn?t elaborate beyond that? The flash forward was not the end of the show, even though things look grim for Kate and Jack.*Second Question: Was the flash forward a definite occurrence, or was that a ?possible? future?-Damon and Carlton are not big fans of multiple futures, and are working very hard to maintain continuity, ?the future is the future?. Damon does say that time and time travel will continue to be a show motif.*Third Question: What is happening with Richard Alpert?-Nestor was cast to play Alpert and his storyline was ramped up given his initial performance around the same time he did the ?Cane? pilot. They essentially have him parked for now and the success of Cane will probably dictate how available Nestor is so that Alpert?s storyline can be tied up.*Fourth Question: Are Nikki and Paulo really dead?-Yes (there was more conversation here, rather pointless)Fifth Question: Will we find out if Kate is pregnant with Sawyer?s child?-We will find out, and probably within the first 4 episodesSixth Question: Is Mikhail still alive?-No, but will probably be part of backstories, etc.That pretty much sums up the podcast, nothing profound, but at least we have more information on where some things stand. The most interesting conversation was related to the confirmation that the flash forward we saw is the definite future, not a possible one; so Jack really does get to that alcoholic, pill-popping, miserable state of existence we saw him in? I cannot wait until February!

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Zeka Peka

Одгледала једну, ону са Џеком, оцем и сатом. :rolleyes: Ма, безвезе, чекамо фебруар. wink.gif

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Takeshi

Odgledao i ja prve 3 :blink: Jedina ova treca kada Jack i Ben igraju sah ima (malo) smisla, prve dve su bezveze.U sustini, draze fanove u dugackoj pauzi izmedju sezona :P

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Takeshi

Zvanican trejler koji se pusta po bioskopima:Izasle su jos 3 "mobizode"... u jednoj Juliet priznaje Jacku da je sa njima i dalje po Benovom nalogu... u drugoj, Juliet upozorava Bena da drzi Walta na sopstvenu odgovornost, jer je ovaj opasan...ps. zbog strajka scenarista, ABC razmislja da u ovoj sezoni pusti samo 8 epizoda (do sada snimljenih).

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morgana

ajme, te scenariste treba prihapsitija sam nekidan zavrsila trecu sezonu (ponovo) i, da bih rijesila apstinencijalnu krizu, citam razne lostpedije. jel se nekom (osim meni) cini da libby i ethan strasno lice? mada, mozda je u pitanju slucajnost ili pogresan trag.

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jms_uk
Zvanican trejler koji se pusta po bioskopima:
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luba
ajme, te scenariste treba prihapsitija sam nekidan zavrsila trecu sezonu (ponovo) i, da bih rijesila apstinencijalnu krizu, citam razne lostpedije. jel se nekom (osim meni) cini da libby i ethan strasno lice? mada, mozda je u pitanju slucajnost ili pogresan trag.
ne gresi dusu, avaj. navijamo za scenariste pa makar i cekali lost jos pet godina. azdahe treba prihapsiti a pisce nikako.

MOURNING TVBy DAMON LINDELOFTELEVISION is dying.I should have realized this four years ago when I first got my TiVo box, but denial is always the first stage of grief. I simply couldn?t acknowledge that this wonderful invention heralded the beginning of the end.TiVo stores your favorite movies and shows on its hard drive, allowing you to pull up last night?s episode of ?The Daily Show? as easily as you click open documents on your laptop. In fact, once you download the original broadcast ? sorry, I meant to say ?record? it ? you can watch it at your leisure. The next morning. Next year. Your call. Because now? You own that episode.Best of all, you got it free.Television has always been free. Sure, if you want all the N.F.L. games in high definition, you have to pay the piper, but the broadcast networks still offer their entire schedules for absolutely nothing. The only catch, of course, is that you have to watch commercials. Economically, it?s a fair deal. The network pays for the shows, gives them to viewers, and makes its cash back through advertising. Which regrettably brings us to the most wonderful thing TiVo does: It enables you to ignore the commercials that keep the whole system running.Twenty percent of American homes now contain hard drives that store movies and television shows indefinitely and allows you to fast-forward through commercials. These devices will probably proliferate at a significant rate and soon, almost everyone will have them. They?ll also get smaller and smaller, rendering the box that holds them obsolete, and the rectangular screen in your living room won?t really be a television anymore, it?ll be a computer. And running into the back of that computer, the wire that delivers unto you everything you watch? It won?t be cable; it will be the Internet.This probably sounds exciting if you?re a TV viewer, but if you?re in the business of producing these shows, it?s nothing short of terrifying. This is how vaudevillians must have felt the first time they saw a silent movie; sitting there, suddenly realizing they just became extinct: after all, who wants another soft-shoe number when you can see Harold Lloyd hanging off a clock 50 feet tall?Change always provokes fear, but I?d once believed that the death of our beloved television would unify all those affected, talent and studios, creators and suits. We?re all afraid and we?d all be afraid together. Instead we find ourselves so deeply divided.The Writers Guild of America (of which I am a proud member) has gone on strike. I have spent the past week on the picket line outside Walt Disney Studios, my employer, chanting slogans and trudging slowly across the crosswalk.The motivation for this drastic action ? and a strike is drastic, a fact I grow more aware of every passing day ? is the guild?s desire for a portion of revenues derived from the Internet. This is nothing new: for more than 50 years, writers have been entitled to a small cut of the studios? profits from the reuse of our shows or movies; whenever something we created ends up in syndication or is sold on DVD, we receive royalties. But the studios refuse to apply the same rules to the Internet. My show, ?Lost,? has been streamed hundreds of millions of times since it was made available on ABC?s Web site. The downloads require the viewer to first watch an advertisement, from which the network obviously generates some income. The writers of the episodes get nothing. We?re also a hit on iTunes (where shows are sold for $1.99 each). Again, we get nothing.If this strike lasts longer than three months, an entire season of television will end this December. No dramas. No comedies. No ?Daily Show.? The strike will also prevent any pilots from being shot in the spring, so even if the strike is settled by then, you won?t see any new shows until the following January. As in 2009. Both the guild and the studios we are negotiating with do agree on one thing: this situation would be brutal.I will probably be dragged through the streets and burned in effigy if fans have to wait another year for ?Lost? to come back. And who could blame them? Public sentiment may have swung toward the guild for now, but once the viewing audience has spent a month or so subsisting on ?America?s Next Hottest Cop? and ?Celebrity Eating Contest,? I have little doubt that the tide will turn against us. Which brings me to the second stage of grief: anger.I am angry because I am accused of being greedy by studios that are being greedy. I am angry because my greed is fair and reasonable: if money is made off of my product through the Internet, then I am entitled to a small piece. The studios? greed, on the other hand, is hidden behind cynical, disingenuous claims that they make nothing on the Web ? that the streaming and downloading of our shows is purely ?promotional.? Seriously?Most of all, I?m angry that I?m not working. Not working means not getting paid. My weekly salary is considerably more than the small percentage of Internet gains we are hoping to make in this negotiation and if I?m on the picket line for just three months, I will never recoup those losses, no matter what deal gets made.But I am willing to hold firm for considerably longer than three months because this is a fight for the livelihoods of a future generation of writers, whose work will never ?air,? but instead be streamed, beamed or zapped onto a tiny chip. Things have gotten ugly and the lines of communication have broken down completely between the guild and the studios. Perhaps it?s not too late, though, for both sides to rally around the one thing we still have in common: our mourning for the way things used to be. Instead of fighting each other, maybe we should be throwing a wake for our beloved TV.Because the third stage of grief is bargaining.And bargain we must, because when television finally passes on, there will still be entertainment; there will still be shows and films and videos, right there on a screen in your living room. And just as the owners of vaudeville theaters broke down and bought hand-crank movie cameras, the studios will figure out a way to make absurd amounts of money off of whatever is beaming onto whichever sort of screen.And we?ll still be writing every word.

i ja imala teoriju da libby i ethan lice i cak sam u nekom trenutku utripovala da su se u onoj ludari mimoisli, ali je, mislim, damon lindelof rekao da nemaju veze. mada, ko zna, mozda se to i promeni.

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luba
Od najava ... vraca se Michael
za ovo se nadam da ce biti zrtva strajka. michael me nervira od samog pocetka, a tek kad je unistio sansu da hurley ima devojku, uh, zauvek mi se zamerio.a ko zna sta je sve moglo da bude izmedju ana lusije i sojera...

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Takeshi
jel se nekom (osim meni) cini da libby i ethan strasno lice? mada, mozda je u pitanju slucajnost ili pogresan trag.
Ostali su nam duzni za Libby pricu, totalno... a nije da je nezanimljiva, hospitalizovani "psiholog" :blink:
za ovo se nadam da ce biti zrtva strajka. michael me nervira od samog pocetka, a tek kad je unistio sansu da hurley ima devojku, uh, zauvek mi se zamerio.a ko zna sta je sve moglo da bude izmedju ana lusije i sojera...
Izgleda da ce Walt biti vazniji u prici od Michaela, ovaj je tu da nesto zabrlja.A generalno, serija ce poceti da razocarava deo fanova, jer ce morati barem delimicno da odmotavaju pricu. Do sada su u opciji sve varijante, i one naucne: put kroz vreme, paralelni univerzum... teorije zavere: vladini tajni eksperimenti, specijalne sluzbe... kao i Lok-Mr.Eko linija, vera i sl.Saznacemo... 2012. godine :P

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luba

uh, ja ne smem to da gledam.tako sam se zeznula za privju sedme sezone 24, pa cu sad da izgorim cekajuci da kifer izadje iz zatvora i da scenaristi pocnu da pisu i da jednom, 2011, pocne ta sedma sezona.inace, sinoc sam gledala onu fenomenalnu epizodu iz druge sezone, saidovu -- sve po planu rekapitulacije prethodnih sezona koja ce trajati taman do februara, adikt, sta cu -- i primetim dve izuzetno efemerne, ali simpaticne sitnice.benri, kad ga said bije, izgleda kao cale toma jorka, tako da sam utripovala da ce lindelof i kjuz, kao veliki fanovi radiohead, dovesti zrikavca u, na primer, sedmu sezonu, kao benrijevog izgubljenog sina.a drugo, debil, tek sam sad primetila, kad ameri, tj klensi braun :wub: pustaju saida, onaj pukovnik koji ga je i provalio da prica engleski prethodno vadi sliku svoje cerke, a to je kejt! nije mi jasno kako to u prethodnih sedamsto gledanja nisam provalila. mada, zato i volim lost, svaki put me nesto iznenadi.i da, ana lusija je carica. ko ne misli tako, klevece i laze.edit: za ljubitelje kejt, pise u gloriji ili storiju, sad sam zaboravila, da su carli i ona raskinuli. evangelina vam je slobodna, momci, samo napred :D

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gervasius twinkleminkleson

iz trejlera:

jackov otac? a enterijer, podsjeca li vas na jacobovu kolibu? jpg.jpg

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gervasius twinkleminkleson

@lubato je ujedno i lik koji je bio na ostrvu prije desmonda? jel na njega mislish?(taj pukovnik koji pusta saida)bem ti, kad sam smotan, pa svaki post po 10x moram da editujem <_<

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