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January 30, 2006

Michelle Rodriguez as "Ana Lucia"

‘Lost’ star is inspired by Hawaii

“Lost” actress Michelle Rodriguez says she treats people with respect – unless provoked.

“My family taught me about ethics and the importance of respecting everybody,” Rodriguez tells People en Español magazine in its debut “New Hollywood” issue. “But, if someone is disrespectful to me, then we have a problem.”

Rodriguez, 27, who plays Ana Lucia Cortez on the ABC castaway drama, is on one of four celebrity covers of the “New Hollywood” issue, on newsstands Feb. 6.

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January 31, 2006

'Lost' mystery: Why is Hurley still fat?

Jorge García as "Hugo 'Hurley'Reyes"

When the plane first crashed on the ABC drama "Lost" and deposited its surviving passengers on an island, lottery winner Hurley (portrayed by Jorge Garcia) had the pudgy physique — and then some — of the Skipper on Gilligan's Island.

After 50 days away from fast food and Western comforts, guess what? He's still the size of three Gilligans. But stay tuned; this could end up in the script.
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Lost's Josh Holloway named as TV's top hunk
Josh Holloway, who plays con man Sawyer on the hit CTV series "Lost," has been named the "hottest hunk" on television by In Touch Weekly. Read more

February 1, 2006

Innovative TV series finds a huge fan base

Word has spread even among nonviewers: Lost, the ABC hit television series, is addictive.

"I've got friends who will cover their ears and close their eyes when they walk through their living rooms if it's on," says Anna Ward, 27, a Jackson attorney. "They're scared if they see or hear anything, they'll be hooked."

Millions of Americans already are. Lost, which is filmed on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, ranks as the fourth most-watched prime-time program. It won the 2005 Emmy Award as Best TV Series and the 2006 Golden Globe for Best Drama Series. Read More

February 2, 2006

Lost's Fox now cast in sport drama

'Lost' star Matthew Fox has been cast opposite Matthew McConaughey in an as-yet-untitled film about the real-life tragedy involving the West Virginia-based Marshall University American Football team.

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Monaghan confused by Hawaiian slang
Actor Dominic Monaghan loves living in Hawaii where he films hit TV show LOST, but admits he is still confused by the local language and customs.
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February 3, 2006

‘Extra's' Dayna Devon Gets ‘Lost' in Paradise

Dayna Devon on location with 'Mr. Eko'

It's not your typical day at the office! In fact, the cast of "Lost" admits that their work is definitely a day at the beach. The hot TV show is shot on Oahu's famed North Shore, and "Extra" is the only show giving you a taste of life on the island as Dayna Devon's gets an exclusive cast interview.
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Javier Grillo-Marxuach's Lost Podcast
It's fitting that Javier Grillo-Marxuach's last name is so perplexing. As writer and co-producer on the hit TV show Lost, Grillo-Marxuach is partly responsible for the mysteries of "the island."
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February 4, 2006

'Lost's' killed-off actors get to share in glory

They may be dead, but they're not forgotten. Maggie Grace and Ian Somerhalder, whose characters were killed off on ABC's "Lost," joined the cast onstage at the Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday night. Read More
Next castaway to die?
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February 6, 2006

‘Lost’ actor reaches ‘pinnacle’

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

One of the actors of the ABC series “Lost” left behind his star power to promote a different type of strength among local lawmakers — harmony and hope.

Dressed in a simple gray suit draped with a single strand of maile leaves, Adewale Akinnuoye- Agbaje, a devout Buddhist, quietly delivered the traditional daily prayer before the state Senate on Wednesday.
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Are you as confused as everyone else?

Intrigued and confused by ABC's smash "Lost"?
Join the club.
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