-Kristin of E! Online is reporting that Harold Perrineau’s return is contingent upon the amount of cash he is asking for.
Back then, Harold was offered a truckload of money. Now, sources tell me he wants that same truckload. The question is whether he will receive it—hence, the holdup.
Question: We still have Walt, is Michael that important anymore?
-There has been some controversy over the course of the last week as it relates to the release date of the Lost Video Game, some websites are saying it’s still on target for a fall release in 2007, but others are reporting that it has been pushed back to as late as 4th quarter 2008. The lastest reports surfacing are suggesting that the release will happen this year.
The information that is known thus far is that the game is built utilizing an engine similar to that previously used in the game Farcry. There have also been a number of reports that the producers are “pleased” with the video game and also one where Damon Lindelof said he was basically blown away, which seems to bode well for the eventual release.
-Finally, an article regarding the differences between fantasy and science fiction in the UK Guardian quotes Damon Lindelof:
Perhaps disingenuously, given that the pilot cost a whopping $5m, Damon Lindelof, the show’s executive producer, says it was never supposed to be a hit show. “It was meant to be a cult show like Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Alias. Somehow this show became broader. The fact that my mother was ever watching Lost in the first place is a shock to me. It’s weird and there’s a monster and there’s the Dharma Initiative. And she said, ‘I love the characters.'”