Sonya Walger has been popping up everywhere the last few years, and I’ve loved every minute she’s been on the screen. She’s finally moved from supporting to main character in ABC’s new drama, Flash Forward. TVGuide online posted an interview with this amazing actress. Here is part of the interview.
TVGuide.com: All right, when are you returning to Lost?
Sonya Walger: No idea. Not a clue. I don’t even know if I’m in the last season.
TVGuide.com: Do you think Penny should die in the end?
Walger: Are you saying in a sacrificial way, Penny needs to die? I hope not because Penny’s so great. There would be mass outcry, but you know what, they killed off Charlie, so anything can happen. I feel like her dad should be the one to bite it. I am not kidding.
Go on over and check out the entire interview. Sonya is one of the reasons I’m drawn to Flash Forward, and I’m looking forward to rest of the season. Also, I really hope we get closure with Penny on Lost.
Everyone’s favorite “Lost” tough boy has landed a role in the upcoming movie “Stay Cool”. The Hollywood Reporter has:
Josh Holloway has joined the cast of the Polish brothers’ new comedy, “Stay Cool.” Holloway will co-star with Winona Ryder, Mark Polish, Sean Astin, Chevy Chase, Hilary Duff and Jon Cryer. Holloway will play Wino, the author’s ne’er-do-well high school buddy who encourages him to seek out his long lost high school flame.
This sounds like a great role for Holloway and could really show off his post-Lost talents. He’s mastered the Han Solo-like bad boy, and now has to begin to broaden his persona for once “Lost” ends its run.
I’m not familiar with Mark Polish, but it’ll be interesting to see Josh working with Chevy Chase and Sean Astin. What do you think of Josh’ talent? Will he be typecast as Sawyer?
According to this weeks Official Lost Podcast, when ABC reruns last weeks episode next week, the press conference at the beginning of the episode will be extended. More questions will be asked, more questions will be answered.
In the podcast they also describe that we’ll understand why the six are the six, and why they are lying about what happened. Who the other 2 survivors who ‘died after the crash’. Also, who put the bomb on the freighter, and why.
From what I’ve gathered, this 3-hour finale will wrap up a lot of things, and provide us with new questions. Next season should show the 6, et al., off the island and the struggles those who left behind face.
What are you looking forward to in this season finale? (no spoilers please as a synopsis of the finale has been leaked)
A few weeks ago, I wrote about who the oceanic six were going to be. Was that wrong? After this weeks episode, I wonder. Continue reading
Both Prison Break and BSG at one time announced the basic outline for the completion of the show (although Prison Break seems to have changed their mind). Recently, the show runners, Lindelof and Cuse, have announced similar plans for Lost. Continue reading
Every episode this season Lost has given us more pieces to the puzzle. Eggtown was definitely one of them. Even though future-Kate was a little dry, they still provided a good episode. By the way, I discuss spoilers because the “mystery” spoilers don’t bother me.
Many were surprised during the season premier to hear of the “Oceanic Six”. Those who read TV blogs knew that Jack, Kate and others were part of this famous troop of “survivors” way before it was revealed on ABC. We even know who they are… Continue reading
I was happy with the Lost season premiere. Yes, it was a setup episode, but a good one. I believe it helped set the stage for this season, and pushed the ‘flash-forward’ mythology in the direction. But, I did have a few issues with the episode, but more the show altogether. Continue reading
This past fall, a show debuted on Showtime called “Tell Me You Love Me”. It was controversial because of the explicit depiction of sexuality, but my wife and I found it honest and interesting. It was well produced, and amazingly acted. One of the standouts was Carolyn, played by Sonya Walger of “Not Penny’s Boat” fame.
The current rumors are that both Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars) and Peter Stormare (Prison Break) are being sought to play 2 news roles in Lost.