Final season baby!
Chris Ryan, following up the success of his amazing LOST piano album, is back with “Themes From Super 8 for Piano.”
Emma Stone has an absolutely amazing new photoshoot in the new issue of Interview Magazine, which pays homage Blade Runner and other classic neon-infused science fiction films. Check out Emma wearing a host of noirish fashions, in the middle of a bleak future nightclubscape surrounded by men in dark sunglasses. These men have seen things you wouldn’t believe.
10 Minor TV Characters Who Stole the Show (via Mental Floss)
5. Ben Linus, LOST
Michael Emerson was invited to make a guest appearance on LOST based on the strength of his Emmy-winning portrayal of a serial killer on The Practice. That initial appearance in the episode “One of Them” led producers to invite him back for three more episodes, still billed as a “guest star.” His morally ambiguous Benjamin Linus (originally known as Henry Gale) struck a chord with viewers, who loved to hate him, and as of season three, Emerson was offered a contract and became a series regular as well as the leader of the Others.
TV Guide Magazine is celebrating its 60th Anniversary with its latest issue, and to commemorate six decades of TV reporting, the magazine is publishing six collectable covers spotlighting the most influential shows of each era.
The covers include “I Love Lucy” for the ’50s, “Star Trek” for the ’60s, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” for the ’70s, “The Cosby Show” for the ’80s, “The Simpsons” for the ’90s, and “Lost” for the ’00s.