Unlike several members of his former Lost writing team who are jumping back into TV, Damon Lindelof looks like he's going to stay in the film sandbox for some time with today's announcement that he's working with Disney's feature film division to develop a brand new sci-fi franchise for the Mouse House.
Lost creator Damon Lindelof is known for his sharp, witty and opinionated tweets. But this time he might have gone too far.
Apparently, having a best-selling fantasy book series—with the television adaptation about to premiere on HBO—can give a fella license to be honest. So while being interviewed for a New Yorker magazine profile, George R.R. Martin revealed how he really felt about that Lost finale.
If you had to sum up six seasons of Lost in 140 characters or less, could you? We don't think we could. But last night, Damon Lindelof, the show's co-creator and executive producer, took a shot at it.
Some things are not to be understood by mortal men. What makes someone spend actual time poorly Photoshopping Matthew Fox's face onto random animals is an unponderable mystery—much, now that you mention it, like the finale of Lost itself.
These are the voyages of the Starship Uncomfortable Silence. What do you get when you add Classic Trek, Facebook and riding Kirk like a pony? Well, you get this perfectly modulated NSFW short, which understandably captured Damon Lindelof's attention.
Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof LOVES Harry Potter. So much that the fact he DIDN'T love Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, , Part 1 taught him an important lesson—that he should forgive those of us who were less than happy with how Lost ended.
Lost's Damon Lindelof just turned in his rewrite of Ridley Scott's Alien prequel, the braintrust at 20th Century Fox is thrilled—and Natalie Portman is at the top of everyone's list to star.
Although the sequel to J.J. Abram's Star Trek is still a few years away, we're always hungry for any new details as to what the film has in store for us. Will it be one of those follow-ups that soars ... or disappoints? Lost's Damon Lindelof, who'll be writing and producing, just gave us a few clues.
Lost's ending wasn't universally loved. But then, you knew that, right? We might not have screamed at our TV screens during its final moments the way we did for The Sopranos, but not everyone was 100% happy, either. And the show's co-creator Damon Lindelof knows that very well, as we learned last night when he accepted the TV Critics Association Award Lost won for Best Drama Series.