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Thirteen Clues About the End of Lost: Does Ilana Age? Who's Coming Back? Who Isn't?

Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof

Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse are known for cryptic answers. So it was a real treat for fans at the Paley Festival's Lost panel this weekend when they said a few things that sounded — weirdly enough — pretty straightforward. We've culled the 13 best clues from the discussion, in which Lindelof, Cuse and a few of the show's stars talked about who's returning, what old mystery might soon be solved, and the sideways version of reality in which Flight 815 landed just fine in Los Angeles. Needless to say, spoiler alert.

Lost: How will Michael and Libby return?

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Robert Redford Takes a Walk, and More Movie News

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Robert Redford and director Barry Levinson are in talks to venture on A Walk in the Woods, in a big-screen adaptation of the best-selling travelogue by Bill Bryson.... Channing Tatum (She's the Man) will play a key member of the G.I. Joe crew in Stephen Sommers' live-action take on the Hasbro hero. Other cast members include Rachel Nichols, Adewale Akinnuoye-Mr. Eko-Agbaje and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. read more

Terry O'Quinn Teases a "Spectacular" Lost Reveal!

Terry O'Quinn, Lost

The origin of Jack's tattoos? Puh-lease. On this Wednesday's Lost (10 pm/ET, on ABC), longtime fans will get the answer to a far more provocative mystery: What paralyzed John Locke and landed him in a wheelchair in the first place? Terry O'Quinn shared with TVGuide.com a sneak peek. Plus, the original cast member's thoughts on airing next season without a break. TVGuide.com: According to the ABC summary for this episode, "Ben tries to persuade a determined Locke to call off his destructive plan by offering him some of the secrets of the island." What can you tease about Locke's plan?Terry O'Quinn: Nothing. [Laughs] I don't know how to do teases. There are no revelations I can give you because I'm not careful enough. I don't know what's safe to say or what's not safe to say. TVGuide.com: Which read more

What do you think about the ...

Question: What do you think about the death of Eko on Lost? I realize that the writers are trying to keep people guessing, but come on, why did they have to kill off one of their strongest characters? They brought on three new regulars last season. They took all this time to show their backstories, how they struggled on the other side of the island, how hard it was for them to fit in with the other survivors, only to have them all killed off? I realize that Ana Lucia was a hard pill to swallow; I wasn't that upset when she died. I was disappointed when they killed off Libby. Her character had barely scratched the surface. But now Eko? To me, he was one of the most interesting people on the show. His backstory broke my heart, and he instantly became my favorite character. Even more frustrating, in the same episode in which he's killed off, they introduce two new characters who (so far anyway) don't hold a candle to Eko. Even if they did, why should we care? They'll probably be dead in a ... read more

Exclusive: Lost Execs React to Latest Death!

I can't believe the smoke monster killed Mr. Eko! Sure, the stick-toting warlord wasn't exactly my favorite character, but he was a fascinating creature, not to mention one of the last remaining survivors of that cursed tail section. Why did Eko have to go? That's a question for Lost boys Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, who addressed Eko's passing — and the exit of his portrayer, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje — in an interview with yours truly earlier this week.Ausiello: Another actor leaves Lost just months after he's pulled over in Hawaii for a traffic violation. This is the part where you guys tell me there's absolutely no connection.Carlton Cuse: We actually work very closely with the Honolulu police department, and they have final script approval.Damon Lindelof: Look, we feel very strongly about traffic violations, no matter how minor they are. All we can say is that Evangeline Lilly got a parking ticket last week, and she better not count her chickens.Lindelof: The hones... read more

ER I don't know about you, but...

ER I don't know about you, but I really wish one of these rare "special appearances" by Noah Wyle would involve Carter actually showing up at County General rather than just these far-away places. I'd be satisfied with even one Chicago visit, like the recent episode where Sharif Atkins briefly appeared in town. Well, I guess a Sudanese desert-based Carter is better than no Carter at all, eh? I did enjoy seeing him do scenes with Mary McCormack and Eamonn Walker. How horrible for that Lwendo guy to abandon his wife after he found out she was raped. Speaking of Eamonn, I love seeing yet another former Oz cast member get work. I keep waiting for Harold Perrineau and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje to walk by each other on Lost and do a "Wher read more

What a great episode of Lost ...

Question: What a great episode of Lost (Jan. 11)! Kate and Sawyer are my favorite characters, but Mr. Eko's story blew me away! And coming off the heels of Kate's backstory episode, that's two wonderful hours of entertainment in a row. Funny how all those knee-jerk haters who said Lost was jumping the shark at the beginning of the year are strangely silent now, eh? But seriously, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje's Mr. Eko seems to be the breakthrough character this year in much the same way Terry O'Quinn's Locke was last year. There's not one bad performance on Lost, but I'm hoping Emmy voters remember Adewale later this year. Answer: With a large ensemble like Lost's — not to mention the fact that many still consider it a genre show — I fear quite a few deserving souls from the cast will be snubbed at the Emmys (especially in a year when The Sopranos is back in the running). But Adewale was magnificent, and the episode was a brilliant way to return from the long holiday hiatus. Another take ... read more

South Beach So Miami Vice doesn't...

South BeachSo Miami Vice doesn't need to worry: It's still the coolest show set in South Florida ever. Well, Miami Vice and Golden Girls. Possibly Good Morning, Miami. OK, just kidding on that last one. Anyway, sorry J.Lo, but your show is pretty much beauty and the beat. It's got a kickin' soundtrack and lots of pretty, almost-nude people struttin' their stuff at the beach, at the club and on Ocean Drive, often in slow motion. However, it's just a tad light on something called substance. Two Brooklyn dudes leave their Jennies-from-the-block and head to the sunnier pastures of South Beach. One wants to track down his model ex-girlfriend. The other wants to track down girls, money and power, not necessarily in that order. And shock u read more

South Beach So Miami Vice doesn't...

South BeachSo Miami Vice doesn't need to worry: It's still the coolest show set in South Florida ever. Well, Miami Vice and Golden Girls. Possibly Good Morning, Miami. OK, just kidding on that last one. Anyway, sorry J.Lo, but your show is pretty much beauty and the beat. It's got a kickin' soundtrack and lots of pretty, almost-nude people struttin' their stuff at the beach, at the club and on Ocean Drive, often in slow motion. However, it's just a tad light on something called substance. Two Brooklyn dudes leave their Jennies-from-the-block and head to the sunnier pastures of South Beach. One wants to track down his model ex-girlfriend. The other wants to track down girls, money and power, not necessarily in that order. And shock u read more

Lost Wouldn't it be funny if...

Lost Wouldn't it be funny if they showed the backstory of one of the random survivors and it was all happy and uncomplicated? Because, really, I don't think anyone on this show could win a game of "Whose preisland life was most tragic?" Although becoming a scary guerrilla fighter/gangster to save your brother and then getting him killed while trafficking drugs does rank up there. I've got to commend Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje's acting skill: Before tonight's episode, his eyes had already told us what menace, sympathy and sadness Eko was hiding under all that faith. And man, is he clever, too. Did you notice how all Claire said was that Charlie carried a statue, and he guessed the entire thing? That's kind of an odd assumption to make. Charlie, on the other hand, is not so g read more

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