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Evangeline Lilly stars in Real Steel – Trailer and Photos

7 Jul

Evangeline Lilly has been busy. She recently had a baby boy with boyfriend Norman Kali, an ex-Lost production assistant. She is also busy with two Peter Jackon The Hobbit movies, as well as her role as Bailey Tallet in Real Steel, a science fiction film set in the future where super robots box for our entertainment. Seriously. We have the official trailer and photos from the movie, which will premiere this fall.


5 reasons why The River will kick television ass

3 Jul

We’ve blogged about The River for over a month now, which in many ways seems crazy considering the show won’t debut until December at the earliest or as late as March 2012. But it’s NOT crazy because The River will be one of the most talked about shows on television and it’s going to change television. Here’s why The River will be so very awesome.


Evangeline Lilly gives birth to a baby boy

27 Jun

“The former Golden Globe nominee, 31, was spotted with walking around Hawaii sporting a baby bump earlier this year, but never formally announced her pregnancy. The immensely private star gave birth on the island last week, according to reports.

It is Lilly’s first baby, with boyfriend Norman Kali, an ex-Lost production assistant. She dated her Lost co-star Dominic Monaghan for five years before the couple called it quits in 2009.”

From Zimbio

Evangeline Lilly will star in The Hobbit

20 Jun

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Good news for Lost fans; Evangeline Lilly will be back on-screen with a starring role in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit.


The River will be using production infrastructure from Lost

10 Jun

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Evangeline Lilly is not part of the deal

From Deadline:

Another interesting location switch, which had been pre-determined early in the pilot process – ABC/ABC Studios’ new horror drama The River, whose pilot was shot in Puerto Rico shortly after the territory implemented a filming tax incentive program, to Hawaii where ABC Studios plans to use some of the production infrastructure and facilities built for the studio’s long-running drama Lost.


Previously, Is The River trying to be the new Lost?