Like Jack Shepard at the end Lost Season 3, executive producers Carlton Cues and Damon Lindelof Had to go back. In this case, the two returned to the island to comment once again 2020 New York Comic Con Meteors. MTV moderator Josh Horowitz asked fan questions to the two creators LostRelated things. In the end, the two showrunners now claim to have answered every question anyone would want to know.
The panel has been recording the full 16 years since Cues and Lindelof producer-director JJ Abrams met at home in 2004 to watch the pilot episode. Lost. But the panel focused more on the ending, as Lindelof recalled when he and Ques saw the end of David Chase. The Sopranos, With the now infamous black on Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believe”.
Those two Lost Officials thought the finale was pure genius and the public reaction was mixed. Once they realize that people who watch television don’t like what they think is perfect, they are ready to bring it up Lost For the controversial landing.
In May 2010, six seasons later, they did not completely crash the plane under the name “The End”. Lindelof reminded everyone that in the first decade of the new millennium, the idea of being allowed to end a prime-time network show with good ratings was new. The first three seasons of Lost Each has 22 episodes, by comparison, Lindelof just won an Emmy Watchmen, A story told in nine episodes. What would be different if a fan asked the authors Lost Ques points out that the 2020 show and presentation made for binging and streaming will be completely different.
“We wrote for those action breaks,” Cuse said, meaning he had trade breaks. The flow and flow of suspense, action and character work should all be maximized before the trade. He found it to be new Lost This is very obscene because the showrunners say that the scripts of the episodes are filled with “F word” to add importance.
Like anything Lost The collection, even a digital one, has very specific questions ranging from discussion conflicts, to undiscussed contradictions, to unanswered topics. For the most part, Lindelof and Cuse were able to joke around with questions such as “Did Hurley leave the island to see the new Star Wars trio?”, And whether Lindelof will do Hurley’s annual golf tournament on the island (“Dharma Invitational”). Transmitted by canon decree. Mostly, however, the creator insists that they gave us all the answers first.
After the emotional toll they took to make a better version Lost For the first time, how it happened they came to peace. The Lindelof family recently revisited the entire show over a period of eight months and enjoyed more when Damon was not in the room, explaining his memories or intentions. 10 years later Lost Instead of airing, they became more comfortable with the show allowing itself to speak. Some things didn’t work out because of the reality of building a TV show; A question about the true nature of Whispers On the island Lindelof says they had a conversation between the authors and in fact did not come to a single solid decision.
Both think that is the text of Lost There are satisfying answers to the questions thrown by Lost: Who is in Season 5 Outrigger taking shots at our Losties? This is one of Lost’s infamous “unanswered questions” that has not been resolved since the episode aired. Cuse refused to entertain the question again, demonstrating the panel’s mock walk-off, saying that they knew for sure who Lindelof was in Outrigger, and that “other people” had seen the writing that answered the question, but the showrunners would not do so. Lost There will always be a question that the showrunners have not answered. The rest (they claim) are all wrapped up.
Both Ques and Lindelof agreed that Disney had not been contacted about rebooting or reversing Lost For a modern audience, but neither of them is active on the idea. There should be no surprising answer from the person who did what Alan Moore’s Watchmen remixed from the sequel And the guy who is currently in charge of Jack Ryan on Amazon, both showrunners said one thing that should be missed from future versions of the show. They did their four seasons, they were upset that they had to kill Charlie and they spent more time in the writers room talking about Neil Frogert, but the future Lost New. Lindelof also suggests it LostThe ancestors of mystery and mythology-based TV shows – the X-Files and the Twin Peaks – need to be returned by people who have their own perspectives and stories to tell.