The thoughtful New York stage vet talks at impressive length about those titillating flash-forwards, Ben's paternal instincts, and whether the spookiest villain on TV becomes a hero this season.
The first half of the first episode, described online.
The show's shattered timeline means it's begging for devoted fans to tease out its many synchronicities.
Plus: The Pirate Bay gets charged!
So is there time travel in this season of Lost or not?
Fall back on the episodes of Lost that corrected many of season two’s flaws.
Plus: News about Ang Lee!
In the first clip to run on the network's site, island leader Jack has a flashback to a conversation with his creepy alcoholic dad on his wedding day and is given a watch that's been in the family for generations. And … well, that's it.
Against the wishes of the show's writing staff, ABC is planning to run the first eight episodes of Lost's fourth season in February as originally planned.
So far, we've been giving the WGA the benefit of the doubt, but this is exactly the sort of thing that could turn us against them!
James Frey's new film agent prepares to submit his novel.
Among hardened crime reporters and jealous aspiring screenwriters alike, Nicholas Pileggi is that bastard writer who managed to turn his book, Wiseguy, about the rise of a mob underling, into a Martin Scorsese movie: Goodfellas. You may have heard of it.
New York's former theater critic and his problem with Iam McKellen's junk.
Yesterday, Website ComingSoon.net obtained the complete top-secret list of all the films (and their attached directors) that will soon be stinking up a theater near you … Which movies will suck the most?
In what's best described as a Gothic revivalist approach to environmentalism, Mircea Cantor's Rosace gets at the potential of crushed, discarded soda cans.
Crackheads. Plus: Rob Schneider!
Last month, fans argued about whether Tony Soprano was killed at the end of The Sopranos. This month, fans are eagerly flipping to the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to see whether Harry snuffs it. In honor of those two cliffhangers, Vulture presents its list of ten fictional characters we definitely want to see die.
Moby, Iggy Pop, and Matt Damon on not knowing shit.
Wow. Last night's episode of Lost was possibly the best ever.