Deleted Lost scene finally reveals true name of the Man in Black

If you're still wishing you knew the name of Lost's Man in Black, you can stop that head-scratching, because Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse showed up at Comic-Con this year to screen an unseen scene that finally ends the mystery. Couldn't make it to San Diego? No problem!

The Lost executive producers popped into EW's Totally Lost: One Year Later panel (Cuse in stormtrooper garb and Lindelof in a Dharma jumpsuit with a Boba Fett helmet) to show off a deleted scene from the series.

Though maybe should we say a "deleted" scene from the series.

You'll see what we mean by that when you watch the clip below.

Now are you satisfied?

(via EW)

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