“LOST” in a Landslide

In the latest “Dharma Special Access” e-mail bulletin from ABC and “LOST” creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, there’s an interesting note about the recent wet weather we’ve seen on Oahu:

One of the fun things about shooting the show in Hawaii is how completely inconsequential Mother Nature makes us feel. This week a landslide hit one of our upcoming locations, and now we can’t shoot there for a couple of weeks while the site is restored. In season two it rained for a truly Biblical 42 straight days and nights, which required lots of schedule revisions, and when that wasn’t possible our fearless crew put on their wading boots and shot for days on end in mud that was literally knee deep and higher.

Where could the landslide-afflicted set be? My guesses would be Kualoa Ranch or Heeia Kea in Kaneohe.

1 Response

  1. Ami says:

    Good guesses. I bet you’re spot on.

    This news just further validates my view that this show rocks because of the drama the land breathes into the set. Quality is contagious. ;)

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