Truth be told, I had initially resisted the idea of going to see “Raiders.” I was much more interested in seeing “Clash of the Titans,” which opened the same day and had a Pegasus in it. Ultimately, however, my dad argued that “Raiders” was the superior pick because it had Han Solo. I narrowed my eyes suspiciously — “But… Han Solo is frozen in carbonite.”
“This movie happened before that.” My dad responded.
“How could it happen before a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away?” I reasoned.
“Because this was longer ago.”
“How much longer?”
My dad leaned down, quite serious, and whispered, “The 1930s.”
Nerdist uploaded a great podcast on Friday which featured TV writers like Damon Lindelof, Erin Levy (Mad Men), Jane Espenson (Battlestar Galactica, Torchwood, Buffy, Caprica) and Drew Z. Greenberg (Buffy, Dexter, The OC) discussing their craft. The chat was moderated by Ben Blacker (Supernatural) and is available to download here. Worth a listen for any aspiring writer out there.
Excuse me LOST fans, I just wanted to point out that this happened today. (Read from the bottom up).
Suspicious that it’s right around Comic Con and seems particularly stage-y. It would be cruel for them to do this and not give us something. Wonder what it could be?
(major h/t to @ZachGoldberg)
Taken from his appearance on The Kevin Pollack Chat Show.
Disney has signed Lindelof to write and produce an original large scale science fiction feature currently titled 1952. Set initial;y for screen, Deadline reports that it does have ”multiplatform aspirations.” This is the first time Lindelof is developing an original film property of his own volition.
Today marks the one year anniversary of the Lost finale. Damon Lindelof weights in on Twitter.
Damon Lindelof appears on House and promplty gets kicked in the nuts by Olivia Wilde.
(via Ausiello, CuInAnotherLifeBro)