Filming Update – Main Characters Spotted In Others Gear (Updated)

Bandar Cemethe comments section on the post on my ODI site:

I can confirm these people: Sawyer, Sayid, Locke, Kate, Jin, Cindy (all decked out in Others gear), and a whole bunch of Others, including some kids

Juliette was not there, at least while i was there anyway, I watched from about 12:30 till they wrapped around 4. on my way up to the set i found out that they had stopped for lunch, there were a bunch of Others walking down in their gear, (at least 20 of them) I got a picture with Terry O’Quinn. Sheila Kelly was there, but she wasnt shooting, she was just watching, she’s gonna be in the next episode. I talked to her, I asked her if she was gonna play Kendall and she just looked at me, grinned slightly and said she wasn’t allowed to say. As far as details of the shoot, I couldnt really hear anything, people kept rolling by and taking pictures, which the crew hates by the way. So they kept pushing people back further away.

UPDATE: Apparently the woman spotted was not Kate

Hey All,
Earlier today we got word that the LOST cast and crew were filming at the majestic Manoa Falls.

Lucky for us and some lucky fans who happened to be on a tour of the area near the falls and spotted the filming today.

No word on what was taking place, but confirmed on set were Sawyer, Kate a blond woman and Sayid. Maybe a continuation of Episode 6×08 Recon but of course with on-island scenes.

Hopefully we might get more details so keep checking back for more!

The confirmation is via a fan on Twitter and there are several tweets between the eye witness and other LOST fans confirming who was on set.

Here are the Tweets thanks to @LaSuaLuna on Twitter

Source: The ODI

Latest From Kristin – 23Rd Nov

Bandar Ceme OnlineJasonBuskin via Twitter: Lost premiere is Groundhog Day. Coincidence?
Nope! I’m told it was fully intentional. Not so much by Lost’s producers but by the higher-ups (Steve McPherson) at ABC. Pretty awesome, right?

Annie B.: I don’t care about alt Lost where Sawyer and Kate apparently do cross paths. Do you have any isu about Sawyer/Kate on the Island, or are they doomed in the present time line (with Suliet and Jate still going strong)?
I know Team Darlton referred to “killing off” Juliet in their latest interview with People, but you’ve probably figured out by now that we’ll see her alive somehow, which my source confirms. Hence, her guest spots in a few episodes on the sixth season.

Darrell in New Jersey: It’s almost December already! Lost, please!
Honestly, guys, I’m so freaking confused right now because my rock-solid source is telling me two things that seem to contradict each other. I know most of you have heard about the “alt Lost” this season (see question above), and so have I. But I’m also told that the thing that I’m pretty sure needs to happen for “alt Lost” to happen does not happen. So until I know more (hopefully soon), I’m keeping my mouth shut and sending a magical little Pac-Man head to come and eat all the words I just wrote. Go, Pac-Man, go! Quick! In the meantime, if you have any good theories, post ’em below, will ya?

Source: E!Online

Season 6 Status Report From Doc Jensen

Menang CemeNothing much we didn’t already know but a good read.

Based only on isu released or confirmed by the producers. While you won’t find any spoilerific ”Transmissions” here, I encourage anyone who has endeavored to remain deliberately ignorant about Lost 6.0 to skip over the next several paragraphs.

What we know? Lost began production in August and just finished shooting the eighth episode of its 16-episode, 18-hour season, which includes a two-hour premiere and a two-hour finale. The title of the first episode: ”LA X.” At Comic-Con last July, exec producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof showed three short videos ΓÇö a Mr. Cluck’s commercial with millionaire Hurley, an America’s Most Wanted segment about fugitive Kate, and an Oceanic Airlines ad touting its spotless safety record ΓÇö that contained details that deviated from established continuity. Did Juliet succeed in changing history by detonating Jughead in the Dharma Initiative past? The producers say: That’s exactly the question we should be asking. (I’ll have more thoughts in this issue in the READER MAIL section.)

Who’s in, who’s out… Emilie de Ravin’s maybe-dead Claire ΓÇö last seen haunting Kate’s dreams and hanging with Ghost Christian in Jacob’s shack ΓÇö rejoins the narrative in a big way after going MIA last season. A number of certifiably deceased characters will be making seemingly inexplicable return appearances this coming season, including Charlie (Dominic Monaghan, now of FlashForward), Boone (Ian Somerhalder, now of The Vampire Diaries), and birthday-ambiguous Charlotte (Rebecca Mader, who can currently be seen in The Men Who Stare At Goats). The producers also recently told my colleague Dan Snierson that Juliet is indeed toes up ΓÇö but actress Elizabeth Mitchell will materialize at least twice during the simpulan sweep of episodes. (Let’s take a moment and shoot furious eye darts of blazing indignation at her new show, V, for completely letting Mitchell down with mediocre material.) Nestor Carbonell (Richard Alpert) has been promoted to series regular. Henry Ian Cusick, who plays Desmond Hume, will not be a series regular this season, but it’s believed we haven’t seen the last of the ex-Hatchman.

…and who’s new: Hiroyuki Sanada, a popular Japanese actor who worked with Matthew Fox in Speed Racer, has been cast as a character named Dogen. (New Lost Philosopher Reference Alert! Dogen Zenji was a fabled Zen Buddhist teacher.) John Hawkes (Deadwood) has been cast as Lennon, whose name has me humming ”Imagine” while painfully recalling that time in high school when I took a test about Russian history and I got docked one full grade for consistently misspelling ”Lenin” as ”Lennon.” Damn the corrupting mind virus that is the Beatles! Other familiar faces/names scheduled to appear this season: Sheila Kelley (L.A. Law, Sisters) and William Atherton, the always-entertaining character actor who specializes in playing… well, a–holes.

What’s next? Possibly very little. Team Lost would like to keep as much of season 6 under wraps as possible ΓÇö even down to keeping ABC’s promotional campaign free of any season 6 imagery. We’ll see if this plan holds. Examples of other hotly anticipated pop culture that considered ΓÇö then reconsidered ΓÇö ”No Advertising” gambits: Star Wars: Episode 1 ΓÇö The Phantom Menace and James Cameron’s Avatar. In both cases, the producers and the studio (Fox) decided that remaining secretive would only further stoke already unrealistic expectations. However, movies and TV shows have very different concerns. Moreover, the very premise of Lost’s simpulan season (i.e., will the story take place in a rebooted or non-rebooted time line?) is itself a massive spoiler. And regardless: I don’t think anyone who has stuck with this show for this long really needs any more wind up for the saga’s climactic act.

Source: Full Article @ EW