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a última série de "lost" está a suscitar, em todos os admiradores da série, muitas questões relacionadas com o "desembrulhar" da trama. a poucos episódios do final, são centenas as perguntas ainda por responder. Obviamente, quem segue "lost" desde a primeira série, como é o meu caso e o da minha irmã, com quem passo algumas horas a falar sobre a série, quer ver respondidas muitas das questões que, ao longo dos últimos seis anos, foram surgindo nas diversas temporadas. o texto que publico a seguir, baseado em afirmações dos actores e dos produtores de "lost", é um exercício que pretende, de certa forma, desbravar caminho para o final da série. se ele serve para aumentar ainda mais a ansiedade? provavelmente, porque comigo aconteceu isso. se não quiserem saber de nada disto e preferem continuar a ver a série sem nada saberem do que vai acontecer nos próximos episódios, por favor saiam agora. já esta? fechem a porta, por favor, que faz um corrente de ar diabólica. obrigado! quem ficou, pode agora tentar chegar um bocadinho mais perto da conclusão de uma das séries mais enigmáticas e viciantes da história televisiva.
Walt will not be returning
Executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have confirmed that there are no current plans to bring Malcolm David Kelley (Walt) back.
New Character Getting Extended Role
Sheila Kelley’s (Richard Schiff’s wife) character Kendall was originally cast for episodes 8, 10 and 11 with her being killed off in episode 11. Now, it looks like she’ll be sticking around a little longer.
Says a source close to the show: “Sheila’s role has been extended—she’s doing at least one more episode than originally planned, maybe more. Her role was changed last minute. She flew to Hawaii again last week to film the added episode.”
All is not forgotten in the alternate timeline
Those in the alternate timeline will not get away free and clear. Soon they will start having memories about what happened on the island.
Someone will be having a child!
Don’t be silly, it’s not going to be anyone on the island, but in the alternative timeline, someone will be having a baby.
Juliet will be back – towards the end
Sure, you probably already knew that this was going to happen, but it technically is a spoiler.
Elizabeth Mitchell (Juliet) says: “They haven’t told me a darn thing. They’re gonna send me scripts in like a week or two. I will know more. I’m not entirely sure that they want me to say [what episode], but I know it’s toward the end.”
Shannon and Nadia will return
Sayid’s love and Boone’s sister are both returning. While you can expect to see Nadia show up in the March 2 episode “Sundown,” nothing has been announced about when we can expect to see Shannon again.
Carlton Cuse says of Maggie Grace (Shannon): “We’re really excited about having her back on the show, and we have a good story for her.”
Sayid won’t live happily ever after
There was some truth when Sayid said he can’t be headed “anywhere good.” Just because Sayid was saved in the temple like young Ben Linus doesn’t mean that he’s going to have a happy ending… because he won’t.
Desmond is not happy in the alternate timeline
It seems as if everything isn’t good, brother. The alternate timeline isn’t the best place for everyone.
Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond) says: “The motivation has always been to get to Penny, and now he’s got something slightly different. It’s not about him, he’s being more selfless. He’s trying to help everyone,”
Jack is no longer in the saving business
Doctor? Doctor? Is anyone here a doctor? Nope, not anymore…
Matthew Fox (Jack) says: “For the first time in his life, he’s really listening to his own sense of what his fate is. He actually believes he’s completely ready to give his life for what he is meant to do on this island.”
The Island will be split!
With lines being drawn in the proverbial and literal sand, expect to see sides being chosen.
Nestor Carbonell says: “With respect to alliances, there’s going to be a lot of movement and fluctuations. There will be loyalty, but there’s going to be a lot of shifting and power struggle, which is always at play. Everyone’s mettle is tested in this final season.”
Hurley & Libby will reunite!
Maybe Hurley was right in the alternate timeline when he said that he was the luckiest guy ever.
Cynthia Watros (Libby) on their reunion: “[It’s] so sweet and honest. And I think, hopefully, when people see our scenes that they’ll get that feeling, too. [Libby and Hurley] are so incredibly real with each other. I was really grateful that I got to play those scenes and Libby got to sort of express herself in ways that she hasn’t been able to.”
Kate & Sawyer or Kate & Jack? Neither!
It’s the question that has been asked since the first season. Now, it has an answer…
Evangeline Lilly (Kate) says: “I’m afraid I’m going to go down on record saying this, but Kate has ridden both those horses… Neither one seems to fit. It’s been six years, and those boys haven’t picked it up. So, unless they pick up their A-game, I think she’s done.”
Matthew Fox reiterates: “I don’t know, man. I’m not sure that’s going to work out. I think Jack is really focused on what his fate is now and what that might mean to him, and I think that he might be believing that no matter how he feels about her, that might not be what is destined.”
Baby Aaron is a HUGE part of the island
With Ethan making an appearance as Claire’s doctor, know that something is up. Sources say that from initial concept of Lost, Claire’s baby Aaron is “tied to the history of the island.”
Sun & Jin reunion? Not so fast!
Now that they’re back on the island in the same time, what’s taking so long for them to get back together? Will it ever happen?
Yunjin Kim (Sun) says: “We just wrapped 12, but we started 13, I’m thinking ‘what’s going on?’…It hasn’t happened yet. So I’m thinking it will never happen and it’ll be really sad.”
Daniel Dae Kim (Jin) says: “It’s not a given that we’re reuniting at all. There’s no guarantee for a happy ending on the show.”
All your Richard Alpert questions will be answered
While we might not have every questioned answered, the past of Richard Alpert won’t be mysterious for that much longer.
Nestor Carbonell (Richard) says: “You’re going to get all your answers: Why doesn’t he age? Where’s he from? What his powers might be? Who he is? And there is one specific episode that deals with all of that. I was blown away by what they wrote.”
Expect to see people die
With big explosions on set in Hawaii and major death scenes being shot, nobody is safe.
Jorge Garcia (Hurley) says: “It’s gonna be pretty heartbreaking, but as we start approaching the end of filming because we’re down to the last six [episodes], people are going to start dropping like flies…It’s the end! You know, so they can totally start wiping people out!
Michael Emerson (Ben) confirms: “The path to the end is strewn with casualties.”
The history of the island will be explained
Not only will you find out about the island, but it will be a four minute history lesson.
Terry O’Quinn talks of his scene with Matthew Fox: “It was four pages of the history of the Island.”
The Ending will be worth it – questions will be answered!
After all these years, it better be worth it.
Nestor Carbonell says: “It’s the payoff season where all of those loose ends, or most of them, will be tied. A lot of those big conflicts will be resolved.”
Executive producer Carlton Cuse says: “We’re going to answer the questions that matter to our characters. If they care about it, then we’re going to answer it. If it affects their lives, then we’re going to deal with it… The ending we promise you will be very emotional. That’s what we think matters, what happens to the characters.”