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Kate Langenburg/A&E Groove

Okay, so those of you who have watched the show Lost religiously like I have will get more out of this post than anyone else will. How about that crazy season premiere last night?

In the first episode (or shall I say two episodes), it seems as if the creators of Lost have decided to show viewers an alternate reality. Not only do they continue on with the story of the hydrogen bomb not blowing them back in time, but they also show you what would have happened if the plane never crashed. So here’s my first point of confusion — which storyline is real?

I have always been a big John Locke fan, too, but things are just getting a bit too odd for me on that front. So we’ve finally figured out that the man who looks like Locke isn’t really him (because his dead body is on the island), but now we are to believe that he is a reincarnated version of Jacob’s opponent. Might I add that I would like to know more about him. All we know is that he is ‘the man in black.’ 

And what happened with Sayid last night? He was dying, then Jacob told Hurley to take him to the temple, where they could cure him. When that happened, the people at the temple killed Sayid, but at the end of the episode, he is sitting up and talking. Confusion again.

Also, I have to say that it’s a bummer Juliet’s character was killed off. She was a good match for Sawyer, but now things will most likely change for him and Kate. Or Jack and Kate. Who knows…

This season premiere is up for discussion….tell me what you thought and your predictions for the rest of the season!


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Kate Langenburg/A&E Groove

I’m going to let you in a little secret — I love LOST. I absolutely love it. That’s why I’m going through withdrawals right now. The next season won’t even start until January of 2010. Bummer.

But what’s this I’m hearing about a Lost movie? Rumors have been circulating all over the internet. When the last season ended, I was sure there was to be a movie, but Lost creators unleashed another season instead.

J.J. Abrams, one of the head honchos of Lost, announced that the show will definitely end in May 2010. But he hasn’t completely dismissed the rumors of a movie.

In an interview with MTV (posted on the MTV Movies Blog), he said, “The one thing that makes you think maybe there could be [a movie] is that ABC agreed to end the series after six years. Which is a gift, because you know you won’t have years seven and eight where you’re thinking ‘they should’ve ended at year six,’ and you know how to pace yourself so that you know how to end the series.”

Of course, creators of these kinds of suck-you-in shows never tell their secrets.

Now’s your chance to speak out. What are the odds you think a movie will come out of the Lost series? How will it end?

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