What It’s Like to Die

Pictures from here.

Entertainment Weekly is going nuts over the Lost finale, understandably.  But one of their obsessions is the long list of dead characters.  They had many of the dead characters come back for photo-shoots and interviews.  The photos were odd, I never really like seeing the actors all cleaned up and shiny, they just look strange.  But some of the interviews were fun.  For example there’s a video of the actors talking about what it was like for them when they found out their characters were dying. You really feel bad for these people, and you can tell many of them are barely restraining their anger.

Check it out at ew.com.

(Frankly I don’t think the Ethan guy has anything to complain about, he’s been in almost every season since he’s died.)

– izi

5 Responses to “What It’s Like to Die”

  1. May 14, 2010 at 7:21 am

    Interesting…. a little creepy, though.

    Have I told you that you’re my favorite LOST blog? I really like the way you write your recaps and I’ll be sad when LOST ends because that means no more blog entries on here 😦

  2. 3 mins
    May 14, 2010 at 7:59 am

    Rousseau lady cleans up very nicely! i agree with the actress that rousseau could have done more..had more time on the show. It was nice to see her smiling unlike rousseau!

  3. May 16, 2010 at 9:21 am

    Thanks for this! I’ll check it out soon.

    Ethan has no reason to complain, but if I were Danielle, Alex or Karl, I’d feel extremely robbed. Same goes with Bea Klugh and, to a lesser extent, Mikhail. All robbed.

    But by far the worse victim – Caeser! Imagine being set up as the new Jack then, *bang*, you’re gone.

    • May 16, 2010 at 4:11 pm

      Caesars death was extremely shocking. That was extreme trickery. I’m pretty sure it was planned though, he was a glorified redishirt, and not it a bad way. He served his purpose well, that death was surprising.

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