Sunday, May 30, 2010

Gallery Updates 5-30-2010

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Sky1 Interview About Lost

This interview is old but it was just uploaded on YouTube. Enjoy:
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"The Chameleon" Updates

The Chameleon will be realised in France in less than a month and a lot of stuff about the movie has "come to the surface"
First of all, an official site has been created for the film. Here is it's link: If you want more information about the film you can visit the official facebook page of Gaumont, which is the distributor of the film in France. Furthermore, a second trailer of the movie is now online. It is longer than the first one and i think it is a little spoilerish but if you want to check it out you can see it here. I would like to thank naima87 from Emilie's IMDb boards for the trailer!!!! Finally here is a brand new still from the movie and a couple of behind the scenes photos, all found on

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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Hi Club Magazine Scan

Here is a scan from a Bulgarian magazine called "Hi Club Magazine" that i found on
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Friday, May 28, 2010

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Gallery Updates 5-28-2010

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A couple of new/old interviews

I would like to thank for the second one!
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New photos!

I guess these photos were taken after the Jimmy Kimmel event:

Here are some photos from JKL: Aloha to Lost:

Here are a couple of photos from the alternative Lost endings:

Here is a fanmade photo featuring Claire and Kate:
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Article: Emilie de Ravin goes casual with Alexander Wang

Here is an article posted on

Emilie de Ravin is one of those women who will continue to be followed by the paparazzi for a while now. Well, I don’t know what she has coming down the pike, but with Lost just wrapping up, all of its cast members continue to be followed and snapped no matter where they go.
We covered Emilie just a few days ago and here we have her again. This time Emilie was found minding her own business and looking fashionable while strolling through the streets on NYC. She looked casual and comfortable with an Alexander Wang Donna Hobo on her shoulder. Not a bad look Ms. Ravin, not a bad look at all.
Bag Emilie’s Alexander Wang Style via Shopbop!

Credit goes to Rachel Leigh from Fan Forum!
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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Lost: Behind the scenes

Here are a couple of photos from the set of Lost. Enjoy:

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

JKL Aloha To LOST Special

 Here are all the parts of the interview, even the ones Emilie isn't in:

Here are the alternative endings Damon and Carlton showed on Jimmy Kimmel:

Here are the "tender" moments of Lost:

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Lost: Series Finale - Rating News

Sunday Night (7:00-11:00 p.m.)
With the series finale of "Lost," ABC posted a definitive victory on the final Sunday night of the 2010 May Sweep and 2009-10 TV Season, leading its nearest competition by 2.3 million viewers (11.4 million vs. 9.1 million - CBS) and by 100% in Adults 18-49 (4.8/14 vs. 2.4/7 - NBC). Winning the evening for 4th time in 5 weeks among Adults 18-49, ABC registered its 6th straight May Sweep as Sunday's No. 1 TV network in the key young adult sales demo.

* Excluding the nights of its "Academy Awards" broadcasts, ABC marked its strongest Sunday in nearly 2-1/2 years among Adults 18-49 - since 12/2/07.

"Lost: The Final Journey" (7:00-9:00 p.m.)
From 7:00-9:00 p.m., "Lost: The Final Journey" (a retrospective covering the series' 6 seasons) drew an average audience of 9.8 million viewers and a 4.0/13 in Adults 18-49 to win its time period on both counts.

* The "Lost" recap special generated ABC's best non-"Oscar" Adult 18-49 number in the 2-hour time slot since November 2007 - since 11/25/07.

"Lost" (9:00-11:30 p.m.)
Surging from its lead-in at 9:00 p.m., the 2-1/2 hour series finale of "Lost" pulled in an average audience of 13.5 million viewers and a 5.8/15 in Adults 18-49 to stand as the No. 1 TV show on Sunday night on both counts. "Lost" soared to the top of its time period, beating out its nearest network competition (NBC's season finale of "Celebrity Apprentice" from 9:00-11:00 p.m.) by 4.2 million viewers by 71% in Adults 18-49. In addition, Lost registered as TV's highest-rated drama finale this season in Adults 18-49.

* In Total Viewers and Adults 18-49, "Lost" generated its biggest finale in 3 years - since 5/23/07. It was the series' strongest telecast overall since February 2008 in viewers and young adults- since 2/21/08 and 2/14/08, respectively.

* ABC estimates that 20.5 million unique viewers watched the series finale of "Lost" during its 2-1/2 hour broadcast - unduplicated viewers that watched 6-minutes or more of the program.

"Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to Lost" (12:05-1:05 a.m.)
From 12:05-1:05 a.m., ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to Lost" generated a big boost and broad exposure to the show, up by 3.22 million viewers (4.88 million vs. 1.66 million) and by 2.04 million in Adults 18-49 (2.73 million vs. 690,000) over its average this season.

* In fact it was "JKL's" 3rd-largest ever Adult 18-49 audience (any telecast), behind only its 2 post-"Super Bowl" airings.

A note about increasing DVR penetration and year-to-year rating comparisons: Year-to-year rating comparisons based on the Live + Same Day data stream are distorted by the level of DVR penetration in the Nielsen sample, which has jumped up to 36% currently, from 31% at the same point in 2009. More viewers are watching shows on their own timetables, which may not be reflected in the overnight next-day numbers. The only truly valid year-to-year comparison would be one based on the Live + 7 Day metric, once those stats are released by Nielsen.
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Lost Finale: Additional Promotional Stills

Hello, guys... I don't know if you have realised it but Lost is over. The finale was awesome. One of the most emotional episodes in television's hystory... The writers didn't answer all the burning questions we wanted to be answered but the episode was so perfect that it wasn't really matter.. Here are the final stills from the finale:

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Saturday, May 22, 2010

LOST Series Finale Weekend - ABC Promo

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InStyle outtake!


MAY 11, 2010
InStyle photographed some of Hollywood's hottest for our annual Sexy issue, and we scored some exclusive, online-only photos and quotes to tide you over until the issue hits newsstands Friday!

Emilie de Ravin's Sexy Wish List

"Smart! Not cocky smart—but intelligent," Lost star Emilie de Ravin told us of her ideal match. "Plus I find nervousness an incredible turn on. That sort of 'getting to know you' period." 
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Friday, May 21, 2010

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Lost Finale Episode: Promotional Stills

I am kind of depressed right now... These are probably the last photos of Lost i post... :( :( :( :( :( :(
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New/Old Emilie's Interview

Emilie de Raven has the enviable position of being Robert Pattinson’s love interest in Remember Me, an intense romantic drama set in New York City in 2001.

As the song says, love ain’t easy, and that’s at the heart of the film. Working on the emotional aspects of the role took a lot out of the 28 year old Australian actress who prides herself on putting her heart and soul into her performances. Best known as the enigmatic Claire Littleton from TV’s Lost, De Ravin knows about being part of a pop phenomenon.

M&C - You are the envy of countless Twilight fans having worked so intimately with Robert Pattinson in Remember Me. How did he strike you?
EDR- My first impression was that he was just down to earth funny and nice, incredibly nice guy and fantastic to work with really cared equally as much as I did and developing the characters and relationships and not just rehearsing lines but just talking about things and relationships And actually getting to know each other as people as really helped in when we started filming especially later on in film.
A lot happened that was not filmed, that would have happened as a couple and conversations they had. We had to know each other inside out as opposed to just knowing the character. If you don't know the person you're working with, it’s not as organic and natural. It was lovely because I hadn’t experienced this degree with him and Chris and Ruby who is phenomenal and sweet, but with all three I only had one scene with ruby and with Pierce too. The majority of my scenes were with Rob and Chris. I never felt I was reading the scene. I watched them and reacted to them and everything flowed. It was so beautiful.

M&C – Is it tough to walk away from not just the emotion but the cast and crew when the shoot is over?
EDR - It depends on the situation, work wise professionally and I keep in touch. It's always that way, some people keep in touch, and others don't. Everyone was passionate about the film, you could tell. Everybody at work was happy to be there. There was a wonderful feeling on the set a great vibe.

M&C - You threw yourself into the deep end here in such an emotionally charged story. Does it have a long-lasting effect on you?
EDR - It really does, especially this project. I was just incredibly passionate about the film and still am from the second I read the script and I vowed to do whatever it took to do, thankfully there wasn’t anything degrading! Especially while filming we shot for two months, relatively quick shoot and a lot of work day to day and I'd get back home and be emotionally drained some days. Some times you do feel like these things actually happened to you. So you have to sit back and think. Not every day but every few days it could be intense. I think that helps. If you feel that way, it’s good because you’re caught up in the character and it can bleed over momentarily. But I can walk away.

M&C – you made the cover of Entertainment Weekly last week for Lost. How would you say Lost has changed your career and personal life?
EDR - It’s such a unique show and I'm having an amazing time working on it. You don’t really get to be in a project for six years, well, five for me because I was away with Locke / not Locke. Doing the same character every day, I’d be incredibly bored, because I love to be challenged in different ways. But there is no time to be bored on Lost.
Not all the characters are in every episode and there is a huge cast with different people not always on the island at the same time, there’s island time, flash backs, flash forwards. Claire came back so very different after three years on her own. She changed in so many ways. That’s why I love film, I play different characters all the time, but Lost opened a lot of doors for me.
Emilie De Ravin will next be seen in Guardians of Ga’Hoole and Chameleon.

Thnx to Rachel Leigh from Fan Forum!
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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

We will miss you Claire

Here is a spanish promo from the Lost finale showing Claire's story in 30 seconds
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AOL's Outside The Box Interview

Here is an interview featuring Emilie Daniel Dae Kim Michael Emerson and Terry O'Quinn. They sat down last January during the TCA Press Tour in order to answer some of the questions Lost fans had submitted in AOL's website. You can see the interview
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TV Guide Scan

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Friday, May 14, 2010

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Vanity Fair Scan

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