Hours after a massive 8.8 earthquake hit Chile, the residents of Oahu, Hawaii, have been bracing for a predicted tsunami, and the stars of Lost, who live and work on the island, are among them.
We’ve just from star Daniel Dae Kim –whose trip to Los Angeles today for a fan event was derailed because of the tsunami warning–and also Lost boss Damon Lindelof, and here is the good news they shared…
“All our cast and crew is accounted for and safely away from coastal areas,” Damon tells me this afternoon. Jorge Garcia continues to thrash me in Scrabble via iPhone from Ken Leung’s house. Our entire team in Hawaii appreciates all the positive energy being sent their way.”
Daniel decided not to fly to Los Angeles this morning for tonight’s Paley Festival fan event to stay with his family druing the tsunami warning. “My family and I are doing fine,” Daniel told me less than an hour ago. “We’ve moved to high ground and are staying with friends who generously opened their home to us. All that’s left to do is wait. Heartfelt thanks to everyone who sends their thoughts and good wishes.”
According to the show’s ABC rep, the other cast members expected at tonight’s Paley event— Michael Emerson, Terry O’quinn Nestor Carbonell and Zulheika Robinson—are already in Los Angeles, so Daniel is the only cast member whose plans have changed because of the tsunami warning. The rest of the cast is still in Hawaii and were unable to attend tonight’s event because they were working on Lost, according to a rep for the show.
I only posted the categories that LOST won; to see the rest, click on the link at the bottom.
Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Juliet Burke, Lost
Josh Holloway as James “Sawyer” Ford, Lost
Michael Emerson as Benjamin Linus, Lost
Sawyer versus Jack, Lost
Moment That Made You Want to Throw Your TV Out the Window
Juliet gives up, Lost
Juliet’s final scene, Lost
What do you think of those results? Did your team kick ass, or were you shut out by mean ol’ Lost? Post your reaction in the comments!
source : EONLINE
Elizabeth: I love Obama, but heaven help me, I think I love Lost more. What will ABC do if the president’s speech on Wednesday night runs long and bleeds into Lost‘s time slot?
Consider this fair warning folks: Set your DVRs with a fat buffer surrounding Lost this Wednesday. At the moment, the network isn’t worried, as the prez’s 100-days address is scheduled for 8 p.m. and Lost obviously airs at 9, but if he runs long, well, we’ll always have ABC.com the morning after.