Josh Holloway

An adaptation of Gears of War and a remake of Escape from New York are tricky projects. The hit video game series is huge in scale, and if was translated right, it would make for a very, very hard-R picture. As for taking on John Carpenter’s cult classic, who could actually fill the shoes of Snake Plissken? Well, to answer that question, it was almost Lost‘s own Josh Holloway, a pick no sane man would disagree with. Total Recall director Len Wiseman was once attached to both projects a few years ago. While speaking with him today about his upcoming flick I had to ask what they might have been like. As it turns out, if he didn’t have his way, we could have gotten a $60m version of Gears of War starring wrestlers. Now there’s a film no fan wants to see. So what would they have been like?

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This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr goes rogue and infiltrates his local IMAX theater. First, he scales the wall of the plus-sized building and slides in undetected through the air vents. He slowly lowers himself into a theater seat to enjoy an early screening of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. Unfortunately, he finds himself in the middle of a wild crowd of six-year-old kids for the early screening of the latest Alvin and the Chipmunks movie. To deal with the psychological damage, Kevin then stumbles into the Sherlock Holmes sequel and later finds an extra seat in Young Adult, where he can imagine that his chubby caboose could land a hottie like Charlize Theron.

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It’s been over a year since the Lost finale, and it doesn’t seem like the outcries have died down yet. “I loved it!” and “It sucked!” are the most popular responses the ending has seemed to gotten. However, when you’re hitting the message boards, you’ll mostly come across the “it sucked” sentiment. Now, J.J. Abrams asks those “it sucked” folks if they can do better: “For years, I had people praising Lost to death, and now they say: ‘I’m so pissed at you for the end of Lost.’ I think a lot of people who were upset with the ending, were just upset that it ended. And I’ve not yet heard the pitch of what the ending should have been. I’ve just heard: ‘That sucked.’”

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The rumor of the day is that the “Lost” star might be signing on with Marvel. How super do you want him to get?

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Face it: LOST is over. And whether your eyes are puffy from a night of post-reunion crying or simply one to many Dharma beers, chances are you’re now searching for the meaning behind those last two-and-a-half hours — or at least confirmation that you’re not crazy in your interpretation of them. So whether you loved it or hated it, here’s your Definitive Guide to WTF Just Happened on LOST.

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Last night I recapped the second to last episode, “What They Died For,” exploring all of the questions that have been answered and discussing some of the questions that have risen just in time for the Big Finish. Today, I’m looking back much further — back to the beginning. Well, before the beginning.

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The end is nigh. With Lost dancing through the final few hours of its heralded six-year run, it’s hard not to be at least a bit nostalgic every time a character of yore appears on screen. And as we a thrust — more literally than we’d ever expected — toward the finish line, questions are being answered.

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We are back for another week of Lost. And as you know, there is no substitute for the Reject HQ Lost Club. Dr. Abaius and I are once again joined by the likes of Landon Palmer, David Gunn and Emily Younger to discuss the continuing madness that is season six of Lost.

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Another week has gone by, and another episode of Lost has aired. And once again, the Reject HQ Lost Club has met to discuss the general happenings over several alcoholic beverages.

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lost-variable

Daniel Faraday (Jeremy Davies) sets out to get the islanders off the island for good as Sawyer (Josh Holloway), Jack (Matthew Fox) and the rest of the Dharma Initiative transplants choose a course of action now that their cover has been blown.

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lost-somelikeithoth

Miles (Ken Leung) deals with abandonment issues and Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and Kate (Evangeline Lilly) try to keep their trip to save young Ben under wraps.

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We here at FSR thought we should get a sex column, but it couldn’t just be any old, tired, worn-out, married for seventeen years and barely looking at each other while we brush our teeth and where did the love go sex column. It needed to be the best damned sex column on the face of the planet.

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lost-hesouryou

Things begin to unravel when one of the survivors goes rogue and takes matters into their own hands — risking the lives of everyone on the island.

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lost-namaste

Four of the members of the Oceanic 6 are introduced into the Dharma Initiative, Sayid (Naveen Andrews) gets captured and Sun (Yunjin Kim) starts her quest to find Jin (Daniel Dae Kim).

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Sawyer (Josh Holloway) perpetuates a lie with some of the other island survivors in order to protect themselves from mistakes of the past.

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Locke (Terry O’Quinn) takes on the burden to stop the island’s increasingly violent shifts through time. Meanwhile, Ben (Michael Emerson) hits a roadblock in his attempt to reunite the Oceanic 6.

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Desmond (Henry Ian Cusick) goes to Oxford looking for answers, a new group of foes reveal themselves and Daniel (Jeremy Davies) finds himself in a race against time to save Charlotte’s (Rebecca Mader) life.

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Everything begins to make sense, just in time for it to not make any sense. Lost is back!

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This is the way Lost is best consumed.

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