Damon Lindelof’s new HBO series promises that life “goes onward and outward,” even after the Rapture.
The Lost creator’s new HBO series is stopping production for “a short hiatus.”
The upcoming drama from Lost‘s Damon Lindelof picks up three years after the sudden disappearance of 140 million people.
The final season of the vampire drama, and the first season of Damon Lindelof’s first post-Lost TV project, will begin in June.
Damon Lindelof describes the new HBO series as if “Lost and Friday Night Lights had a baby and then that baby was severely neglected.”
Two very different reactions from two very prominent Breaking Bad fans, as Warren Ellis contemplates the final birth of Heisenberg, and Damon Lindelof pledges to stop talking about the Lost finale.
Just two days before last night’s finale of Breaking Bad, creator Vince Gilligan sat down with Lost‘s Damon Lindelof at a special event in Vancouver to provide a peek behind the scenes of the acclaimed drama.
HBO has given a 10-episode order to Damon Lindeolf’s The Leftovers, a post-Rapture drama based on the novel by Tom Perrotta. The series stars Justin Theroux, Amy Brenneman, Liv Tyler and Chris Zylka.
As production gets under way on Tomorrowland, Disney has released a plot synopsis for the mysterious Brad Bird/Damon Lindelof film, which stars George Clooney, Britt Robertson and Hugh Laurie.
Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof cast Britt Robertson (Under the Dome) to star opposite George Clooney in their upcoming Disney film Tomorrowland.
Under the Dome‘s Britt Robertson and Terra Nova‘s Naomi Scott are reportedly frontrunners for the female lead in director Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland.
Your Highness actor Justin Theroux has landed the lead role in Damon Lindelof’s The Leftovers, an HBO pilot based on a novel about life after the Rapture.