Spoiler Vault Update: 1/25/06
Wednesday, January 25, 2006
New spoilers to leave you thinking!
01/25 - Co-creator/Executive producer Damon Lindelof reveals (note that this is a summary of the spoilerish things he revealed): The lines in the Dharma logo are not insignificant at ALL... but don't have anything to do with numbers. Perhaps if you were to break them down to their simplest elements, you'd find the significance. And more bunkers/symbols? Candle DID say there were more stations. And I'm not even sure the 'arrow' is an official station... looked more like a storage locker to me. If I had to guess, I'd think there'd be SEVERAL arrows scattered across the island, but they're probably just bunkers. [...] There are indeed other people on the island. But did Ethan KNOW Goodwin? Do they all live in the same place? How many of them are there? Source: The Official Lost Magazine, Issue 3, March/April 2006
01/25 - Writer/Supervising producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach reveals (note that this is a summary of the spoilerish things he revealed): Eko facing off against the 'monster' is a big deal in terms of the series because he's the only person - next to Locke - who has seen the 'monster' and has lived to tell the tale! Only with Eko, it was a different kind of encounter. That is something that the fans can expect to see bear fruit in future episodes. It's a hugely important thing, but won't necessarily be revealed immediately. [...] What you're going to see with Eko is that he has his own destiny on the island, and of all the characters, he has the most direct connection to the island because of the Nigerian drug plane. That's going to pay off in different ways. It's not going to mean necessarily that we wind up giving you the history of the 'monster' as a result of its interaction with Eko, but it sends Eko in a direction where he has a destiny to fulfil on the island that's gonna pay off. [...] What happens in episode #11 with Mr. Friendly showing up again, making himself seen and making his laws of the island very clear to the characters, will ripple throughout the rest of the season in a very meaningful way. [...] You're going to begin to see a lot more of the Others, and see a lot more of what they're about and what they're doing. Source: The Official Lost Magazine, Issue 3, March/April 2006
Posted byNick at 4:05 PM