Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Henry Ian Cusick discuses Lost's series finale


Excerpts from two new interviews with Henry Ian Cusick are posted below. The first is from Vulture which you can read in full here. The excerpt is from TVOvermind which you can read here.
Was it in your contract that the episodes focused on Desmond need to be epic ones?
No, [laughs], I have nothing in my contract. It's been a fluke, really. When Carlton [Cuse] told me about the possibility about coming back, I had no idea what they had in mind. The episodes that I've been given have all been great pieces of writing and great fun to play. But now that the show is coming to an end I will not have another Desmond-centric episode. I'm delighted that it ended on one like "Happily Ever After."

So ... you're currently filming the finale. Want to tell us something about it we don't know?
Well ... all the actors have been given a script that contains ten acts. There is an eleventh act that we haven't got yet. And in that eleventh act, there's a secret scene that no one — not even the people that [are in] the eleventh act — have got the secret scenes. At the moment, we have, what, 24 days to shoot these two episodes, the series finale. I haven't been on set all that much recently, but, from what I understand, what they're shooting now has been really physically demanding. There's a lot of wetness and a lot of bruises. I think the stunt work is going to be pretty cool. [Mike Ryan]



TVOvermind interview:

Desmond is obviously one of the fan’s favorites. Are fan’s going to be satisfied with where he ends up?

You know what? I don’t know where he ends up yet, we haven’t been given the final chapter of the script so we’re all waiting for the season finale’s final act, so I can’t answer that honestly. I think the writers have done pretty good so far, so we’ve just got to keep going with them and trust that it’ll be good. I don’t know, and nobody knows how it’s going to end up.

....Has anybody made any plans as far as watching the final episode or what they’re gonna do when it airs?

I think there’s some sort of press thing happening in LA for the finale. I haven’t thought about it yet and I’m not entirely sure. At the moment I’m just thinking and concentrating on the work.

When do you guys actually wrap the season?’

We finish on April the 21st or 22nd, I can’t remember the exact date but in two weeks.

It’s gonna be a strange thing. I don’t know how I’ll react the day after, when I realize I haven’t got a job. So that’ll be interesting. [Jon Lachonis]

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