Whatever pocket change “Lost” fans have left after buying the sixth and final season of the ABC series – and after dropping thousands at the official “Lost” auction - should obviously go towards buying the complete “Lost” collection.
The collector's item clocks in at a little over five pounds, according to measurements taken by CNN.com’s health team, which means it’s not so hefty that you couldn’t knock someone over and run off with it if need be (not that we would, you know, condone that).
The box boasts a host of items sure to please even a lukewarm fan, like every single episode of “Lost” plus that brand new epilogue and more than 30 hours of bonus material from the six seasons; an exclusive episode guide; a black light penlight; the “Lost” "senet" game as seen in season six; a replica of the “Lost” island; and an Ankh with a "secret message."
If you want the plain old DVD edition, the collector’s box will run you $229.99, but if you want the Blu-Ray, add another $50 to that price.
"Lost" fans were willing to pay top dollar at the official auction over the weekend in order to lay claim to the show's memorabilia.
Buyers from more than 50 countries placed their bids on "Lost" treasures during the auction, which was hosted by the California-based company Profiles in History.
Participants placed their bids in hopes of snagging items like the "Pilot" script, which was signed by J.J. Abrams & Damon Lindelof. That piece of "Lost" went to the bidder who offered $15,000 for it, according to a press release from Profiles in History.
SPOILER WARNING: Don't read any further if you have not watched or want no knowledge of the epilogue to "Lost."
“Wait, you can’t just walk out of here! We deserve answers!” So says an employee of the Dharma Initiative early on to Benjamin Linus, who is working with Hurley - the "new man in charge" of the island - during the epilogue on "Lost: The Complete Sixth and Final Season," on DVD today.
"The New Man in Charge" is also the name of this mini-episode, and for those who felt disappointed by the lack of concrete answers in the series finale back in May, this highly-anticipated bonus feature will be much more satisfying.
A building in an office park in the rolling hills of Calabasas, California is the last place in the world you'd expect to find some of the most iconic props and costumes from "Lost."
What were they doing there? Hmmm... maybe we should wait six years and let you go mad pondering that mysterious question and then not answer it. Oh, don't fret, we wouldn't do that - we're not that cruel.
The building was the headquarters of Profiles in History, a company that auctions off Hollywood memorabilia. They're putting thousands of actual "Lost" items used on the show on the auction block later this month, and we were there to get a sneak peek at the collection.
On Wednesday night's episode of "So You Think You Can Dance," we saw a final three who really gave it everything they could in hopes of becoming America's favorite dancer, and though two of them grew as performers right before our eyes, one emerged as the most deserving of the title.
Let's size them up one by one, shall we?
First up, Kent: He's come a long way from Wapakoneta, and his contemporary routine with Allison was one of the highlights of the night. The last time we saw him dance this well was probably his routine with Lauren (the one that was sealed with a kiss), so he's certainly in great position going into the finale.
One of the unsolved mysteries of "Lost" (a few of which may be resolved by the upcoming DVD set) was the real name of the Man in Black. The third-to-last episode, which included the birth and childhood of the character, didn't shed any light on the subject either.
But according to the fan site Docarzt.com, that mystery appears to be solved... or is it?
A catalog for the upcoming "Lost" auction includes the chair belonging to actor Titus Welliver, who portrayed the original form of the Man in Black, with the name "Samuel" underneath.
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