“LOST” About Town


SPOILER ALERT! It’s been a busy few days for the “LOST” crew. This morning, they turned up in the heart of downtown Honolulu, taking over Alakea Street near South King St. — an immensely busy intersection. On the scene were Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly, and their respective cars (the classic Ford Bronco and the stylish silver Volvo).

Jack gets out of his truck and crosses the street to Kate, sitting in her car. He kneels at her window, and they have a long conversation.  Suddenly, Jack rises to his feet, and after a few more words, darts around the front of her car and jumps in the passenger seat.  The pair then speed away.

Later in the day they moved everything up the street, and up 16 floors, inside 1100 Alakea Plaza. No clue what was filmed behind closed doors, but at least one tenant thinks they saw Michael Emerson.

More photos from this shoot here, and a video here. Special thanks to Brian, Kelly, and Howard for their tips!

LOSTYesterday, “LOST” was running two units at disparate location shoots.

First, they took over the Pacific Marina Inn off Lagoon Drive, right in the flight path of Honolulu International Airport.

It was a rainy morning, but they brought their rain trucks anyway, allowing them to conjure a downpour on cue.  It was another Jack and Kate scene, but mum’s the word on what happens at this motel… or where the motel’s located.

LOSTMeanwhile, on Queen Street, they filmed at the Honolulu Brewing and Malting Company building.

This distinctive, historic red brick building previously hosted “LOST” as the loft Charlie shared with his brother Liam, but I’m pretty sure the structure was playing another time and place. A green screen was set up on the sidewalk fronting the building, which means the scene could’ve been anywhere. My guess? London.

Henry Ian Cusick was on the set.

Photos from both of yesterday’s locations here.

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  1. September 25, 2008

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