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Thanks to Ryan from The Transmission for this podcast. It includes a report on the last three weeks of production on the island, which begins at the 1:07:56 mark.

Thanks to Gravastars for the summary.

Set Report And Photos – 20Th October

Update: 15:10 Thanks to Claudio for sending over this enhanced version of the names on the trailer for those wondering who the 2nd name was.

 Thanks to Claudio for sending over this enhanced version of the names on the trailer for  Set Report and Photos - 20th October
Source: Claudio

Thanks to my good friend Claudio for sending us this English version and photos of a recent set visit that one of their team from was lucky enough to witness.

In parking ther was a lots of truck, I follow the way and the other side of a bridge there is a new little camp, I take pictures, we can see a Dharma logo. Half an hour later I returned to the parking and I see Jorge Garcia, he embarked in a van and climbs to a trail. I back to the camp again in a little path, I get near a group of technician and one of them is Jack Bender, and Jorge Garcia is repeating a scene. The team descends to return after dinner, next it started raining and it was impossible to take pictures, but I mingled with the technicians. They were filming for episode six, Jack Bender gave me a bottle of water, and they have started filming in the trail several times. They blocked access to both ends,I descended the first time, Matthew Fox was walking ahead of me, he revire to talk to someone. He wear a red sweater and a red spot on his forehead. During this time they installed a big camera in a tent, but security didn’t want I witness in the shooting. Matthew Fox is left with his car a little later, and apparently he has not turned to the scene of the camp. I left at 3PM. They had not started filming in the camp, but I knew there would be special effects and fire. The next day I went back to 13 hours, but they turned in another inaccessible location, I did not see anyone for two hours. I have other photos of the camp (next email), there is a chamgement the camp, I took pictures of the exact path where they filmed Jack and Hurley. Very beautiful tree easy to recognize, shooting back (they go down) and face. It has metal edges along the path. The day before, they camoufffé it with branches.

Source: lost-spoiler.over-blog

More Jin News And Hurley In Jail!?

Hey All,
Yesterday we posted some news that we would not find out about Jin’s fate until Episode 5×04. Well today, we get another little detail from EW’s Ausiello that the On-Island Losties will discover the fate of Jin all together in the fourth episode.

Additionally Ausiello confirmed that Hurley will be seen in a jail scene.

Here is the post:

Question: I don’t know if I can wait until January or February for Lost. Got any scoop on it? — Nick

Ausiello: Sawyer, Juliet, Daniel, Miles, Charlotte, and ***** will learn Jin’s fate at the precise moment we do: In episode 4. In other news, ask yourself this question: Why was Jorge Garcia shooting a scene in jail last week?

Source: EW

Posted By: The ODI

New Set Report And Photos

Update: 22:10 Benjamin just emailed me and as most of you suspected that last line should not read “Terrible” but “Awesome”. 🙂
Update: 20:55 It looks like Benjamin now thinks that the logo maybe just a generic Dharma one.
Thanks to Benjamin for the following. Benjamin is hoping Menang Ceme to maybe get a better photo of the new Logo and a description of it.

I’m Benjamin, Claudio’s friend.
I am in the team of the blog “” and of the lembaga ““. Richieleb of our lembaga takes to us of Hawaii of the reports of exclusive filming. There are 3 photos with this set report.

Sorry for my English but I am French ! lol !

Here is the rest :

“Hi all, how lucky I was to have spent time with the production team to see Hurley, Jack and director Jack Bender to three feet, and staying a little longer in the rain, I think I saw that Claire, as on one of the photos I took (I had not noticed) by the larger team blog, we see his name appears with that of Jack. Jack is left for 15 hours, and if you go on the blog to see the pictures, the picture where we see two tents covered, and well into 15 hours, he stood there a dozen technicians and a big vision-pana rail close to film a scene from the little camp, I’d be Claire who attended the scene, security told me to go away because the scene had too many new things. One of the scripts that came to see a technician special effects, talking about fire. If you looked at the photo of the camp left one can see a kind of book with a Dharma logo.

On October 21 around 13:30 am if returned, the team was filming in a protected area for two or three hours I saw no one. I took other pictures, the camp had changed his appearance. A new sign dharma down, and one can see inside the shelter. It has pictures of trail or Jack and Hurley were filmed. Jack Bender with the cameraman who kept a small Panamanian hands vision, micro understood, and Hurley and Jack stood in the place where we see a large rock in the middle of the trail. It was difficult to see because at 10 feet there was a small tent with two women who had their film scenes. And I was standing behind with two technicians and one that blocked the path to other foreigners (those who visited the park) while they were filming. I think they took the views in both directions. Hurley and Jack wandered down. The other photos are those filmed the trail, a place especially with large trees should be easy to recognize in episode six that technicians confirmed to me. For an hour or more technicians who attends the scene, were brought from the ends of branches with leaves to hide the iron bars that you see on the edge of the trail.

On October 19 I had been at base camp original (very safe and this one-hour walk on the beach, because everything is private between the road and the beach) the camp is very messed up, the church is always present and there is a hole near for a body in the small cemetery. I have pictures I would put maybe somewhere else. If nothing else I come back to mind. I will share with you. The location of Paradise Park is beautiful, a beautiful jungle stream (they often go through) and very large and strange trees. The next season will be terrible. Thank you”

Source: Benjamin@lost-spoiler.over-blog

Jorge Garcia Reveals New Details For Season 5

Hey All,
Kristin at E! Online spoke with LOST’s Jorge Garcia during the Emmy Awards last week and revealed some nice new details including that he will talk to more dead people.

Here is her post:

1) Who is Hurley hanging with these days? “It’s safe to say I’m working with people who are off the Island—I can even say I’m working with Michael Emerson, Ben. He does most of the talking—and he didn’t thank me once for that candy bar.” Ooh, that stinker!

2) What about Ben’s mission to get the gang back to the Island? “I think Hurley is leaning toward regret of having gone off the Island, but I don’t think he’s at the point where he wants to go back, just yet. But it does seem that the Island is pulling us back, some way or another.”

3) What about Hurley and the glorious dead—are they still chatting? Said Jorge, “Yep, and it seems like it doesn’t even faze Hurley any more.”

4) Last but not least, will the Oceanic Six ever become friends again? “Don’t know. Don’t know at all.” Sob.

Source: E! Online

Posted By: The ODI

Latest From E!Online

Lost’s fifth-season premiere is still at least four months away, but I’ve just gotten some exclusive insight into next year’s stories.

In particular, I can now tell you why it is that the Oceanic Six must all reunite in order to get back to the Island.

Want to know why Kate (with baby Aaron), Jack, Sayid, Hurley and Sun are going to have Menang Ceme to put their differences aside and go “all for one, and one for all” this year?

Well, remember what Michael Emerson recently said about Ben’s statement that if any of them are to return to the Island, everyone who escaped has to go back too? He said, “I think [that dictate is] a scientific condition of the mechanism by which the Island operates. I don’t think it’s an esoteric or spiritual issue, I think it’s science.”

He wasn’t just talking pretty. What I’m hearing is that the reason Jack, Kate, Sayid, Sun and Hurley need to reunite is because the Oceanic Six need to fan out to a group of Dharma stations.

Even more intriguing? According to my source, these stations are not on the Island, but in other locations, and these off-Island stations are believed to be the ticket to getting back to the Island.

(Remember, the Island moved in the finale. The Island may have gone to another place…or it may have hopped into another time.)

So how does this all work? And where in the world are these stations? We’ll have to tune into what is looking like an exciting fifth season in order to see.

In the meantime, my source hints that we have seen at least one of these powerful places before. Any guesses where? Post in the comments, and check out the next chat.

Source: E!Online

Filming Update – Return To Santa Rosa

Hey All,
Today we got another filming update from our good friend Ryan out in Hawaii. Today’s set report is a about a very interesting scene with Hurley, Locke (in a wheelchair) and perhaps Abaddon!!

Here is the report:

“LOST” returned to the campus of Windward Community College in Kaneohe today to film yet another scene at the “Santa Rosa Mental Institute,” where our dear Hurley (Jorge Garcia) has been a tenant.

From veteran spotter “Grappler” (who previously reported from the Windward side) comes this account of the day’s filming:

Hurley is relaxing on the hospital grounds, sitting on a bench and painting, when Locke (Terry O’Quinn) arrives. Locke is in a wheelchair with a cast on his right leg, rolling himself up to Hurley’s side.

They have a conversation. Soon enough, Hurley jumps up. He calls out to a female orderly, perhaps his attendant, named “Susie.” He asks her, “Am I talking to a guy in a wheelchair right now?” She affirms that Locke is really there.

Hurley sits back down, and they talk some more, in even more hushed tones. Locke eventually gestures over his shoulder at someone. It’s unclear whether this person is standing nearby, or is sitting in a mysterious black car with California plates parked in the distance. But from the context (and the stand-in on the set), chances are Locke is pointing at Abbadon.

At this, Hurley again jumps up, even more distressed. “What? Don’t you know? He’s evil!” He then jams his fingers in his ears, yelling, “I’m not hearing this! This is not happening!” He calls for Susie. ”I’m ready to go back now!”

Susie takes Hurley by the arm back into the hospital, leaving Locke behind.

Source: Hawaii Blog

Posted By: The ODI