No personal business on company pond.

This show is about people who are metaphorically lost in their lives, who get on an airplane, and crash on an island, and become physically lost on the planet Earth. And once they are able to metaphorically find themselves in their lives again, they will be able to physically find themselves in the world again. When you look at the entire show, that’s what it will look like. That’s what it’s always been about. - Damon Lindelof

Never not relevant. 

(Source: sunnydales)

‘There should be a hatch on this island! They spend the entire season trying to get it open. And there should be these other people on the island,’” Lindelof recalled Abrams saying. “And I’m like, ”We can call them The Others.’ And he’s like, ‘They should hear this noise out there in the jungle.’ And I’m like, ‘What’s the noise?’ And he’s like, ‘I don’t…know. They’re never going to pick this thing up anyway.’

Damon Lindelof  to Yahoo re: Lost (via i’m with kanye)  (via popculturebrain)
Miss these guys. 

Miss these guys. 

Currently watching the Kevin Pollack Show with guest Damon Lindelof (obvs only for Damon). He comes in at about 23:00. 

I would watch anything Damon’s involved in. 

I’ve always felt that really good prequels should be original movies. And the sequels to those prequels should not be the movie which already exists because, with all due respect to anyone who makes a prequel, but why would you ruin the greatest twist in the history of cinema, “Luke, I am your father”, by showing me three movies which basically spoil that surprise. You can do movies which take place before Star Wars, but I don’t need to see the story of the Skywalker clan. Show me something else which I can’t guess the possible outcome of. There is no suspense in inevitability. So a true prequel should essentially proceed the events of the original film, but be about something entirely different, feature different characters , have an entirely different theme, although it takes place in that same world. That was my fundamental feeling about what this movie wanted to be.

Damon Lindelof, Explaining How Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’ is Connected to the ‘Alien’ Films | /Film

Taken from his appearance on The Kevin Pollack Chat Show.

(via popculturebrain)

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about how much better the Star Wars prequels would be if Damon Lindelof had written them.

Back during the peak of LOST fandom (or specifically after the 101st episode aired) I discovered this video of nerds talking to Damon Lindelof. Some of them are really funny, some are super obnoxious. As stupid as it sounds though I felt like such a smarter nerd after watching them discuss LOST on a deeper level, if that makes sense.

The cute/funny guy in this video that ISN’T Damon Lindelof is Chris Hardwick, host of the Web Soup and the Nerdist podcast. I highly recommend listening to the Nerdist podcast. They’ve had a lot of really funny guests, such as Joel Mchale, Jon Hamm, Donald Glover, Alison Brie, John Oliver, etc. And also watch the rest of these youtube videos.

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lookatthisfrakkinggeekster:


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I can’t help it, Damon Lindelof is str8 up SEXY.

lookatthisfrakkinggeekster:

Check out the story here.

I can’t help it, Damon Lindelof is str8 up SEXY.

I’M GOING TO HOLD YOU TO THAT JJ, DON’T THINK I WON’T

I’M GOING TO HOLD YOU TO THAT JJ, DON’T THINK I WON’T

My own personal hope is that people remember the show as an experience, as opposed to a show. How did you feel while you were watching Lost, when it was on the air? It’s like Harry Potter. My son is three years old, and when I read him those books now, there’s seven of ‘em right there on the shelf, and it’s like watching a show on DVD—you finish one book, you go right to the next book. But that’s different from the sense of anticipation that I experienced between books, waiting for the next book, talking to fellow fans.

LOST Executive Producer/Showrunner Damon Lindelof compares the experience of watching LOST to reading Harry Potter.

I know exactly what he’s talking about, I’m honestly so thankful I was able to experience both of these things as they came out. (N3RD F3ST.)

"Can you pack your s—t right now?"

"Can you pack your s—t right now?"