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J.J. Abrams Spills Three Lost Secrets (Sort Of)

Eko and Smokey Lost Blog reader Chad D'cruze sends along three secrets revealed by "Lost" creator J.J. Abrams in a recent Australian "Lost" special. Chad writes:

The "Lost: Revelations" episode won't be much of a surprise to most Filmfodder readers.

Since J.J. is currently in Australia promoting "Mission: Impossible III," he has also prepared an exclusive "Lost" episode that reveals secrets and clues about the island.

The episode explains the clues and secrets in early Season 2 episodes. (Australians are currently up to the episode where Eko sees the 'thing'). But there are a few things that many readers will find surprising.

J.J reveals three secrets about "Lost." The first two aren't really exciting, but the third is quite interesting.

Secret 1 J.J says that someone on the island has been in a mental institution. Most readers already know this is Hurley, but Australians are not that far into "Lost."

Secret 2 When Eko finally sees the monster, J.J. says to look for some secret and interesting images or symbols in the monster. This episode is about to air next in Australia.

Secret 3 Now, now, now, this one caught me by surprise. J.J. Abrams claims he's inserted a special "Lost" reference in "Mission: Impossible III."

Editor's Note: A downloadable MP3 for Secret 3 can be accessed for free through RapidShare. Simply scroll to the bottom of the linked-to page and click the "Free" button. You'll have to wait 10 seconds or so before you can download the file.

Second Editor's Note: Thanks to Chad for putting this together!


Posted by Mac Slocum on April 20, 2006 9:59 AM |




I just listened to the mp3 download of the supposed secret. I know that nothing with lost is what it appears to be so I really hope this wasn't just a plug for Mission Impossible III. I also hope they aren't planning on entering Tom Cruise's Scientology into the equation.

#1. Posted by: J-Rod at April 20, 2006 12:03 PM

J-Rod: I had the exact same thought. It came off like an "M:I-3" plug.

#2. Posted by: mac at April 20, 2006 12:05 PM

First reaction: neato!

Second reaction: No way am I going pay to sit through a Tom Cruise movie just to see something like a picture of the island on a billboard or something. It better be way cooler than that. Anyway, I'll wait until someone else discovers it and read about it here :)

First they try to trick me into watching Alias this week (I didn't) and now this. I want to watch Lost!

#3. Posted by: t-code-j at April 20, 2006 12:09 PM

Please somebody, I don't have the correct software (I-tunes/Quicktime) to download this application. Can somebody please sum up what the download was..I'm dying to know. Thanks, fellow losties ;-)

#4. Posted by: No I-tunes at April 20, 2006 12:18 PM

I take it there is no episode (#20) this week?

#5. Posted by: English Addict at April 20, 2006 1:38 PM

This is the worst 'secret' ever. All he says is that he has hidden a 'reference' to Lost in MI3. A reference, not a clue. It's not worth going to see Tom Cruise, Xenu lover just to see a reference. I wasted valuable time & disk space downloading this trash.

#6. Posted by: Chris at April 20, 2006 2:34 PM

Anyone who knows anything about Scientolgoy, please, please tell me that LOST can in no way whatsoever be related. Please tell me that all these Hollywood types and their crazy neo-religions haven't found a way to infiltrate our homes for the purposes of 'mass'recruitment? How bad would that suck? I once was LOST but now I'm FOUND? No way.

#7. Posted by: J-Rod at April 20, 2006 2:47 PM

Well, the island is volcanic. The bunkers could be where Xenu stored alien souls while they were frozen before he tossed them in the volcanos and blew them up so he could capture the souls on electric ribbons, then torture and reprogram them so they could later inhabit human bodies and cause all of our problems.

So sure, the others could be Xenu's Lackies.

I dont know JJ's other works, do they have touces of insane relgious teachings made up by (bad) scifi authors due to a bet that they can create a religion?

#8. Posted by: Adam at April 20, 2006 3:46 PM

Yes, let's hope they do not try and push any Scientology garbage on us. I don't see it happening. You guys are paranoid. They won't ruin LOST. The other references to religion are cool though. What is religion anyway ? I just stick to the true stuff, ya know, like Jesus is God. Yes, that is TRUE !

"we're gonna need a bigger boat"

#9. Posted by: thinng at April 20, 2006 8:06 PM

"Dharma" branded ziplines and grappling hooks maybe? :p

#10. Posted by: Chris at April 20, 2006 8:39 PM

'quite interesting'? oh i see, you mean like how watching paint dry is 'quite interesting'

#11. Posted by: groc at April 20, 2006 9:05 PM

Dude, the next time could you P-L-E-E-E-E-E-A-S-E just type out the "secret message"???? I can't believe I wasted ten minutes of my life on that stupid, annoying, obnoxious, pain-in-the-*** website clicking link after link after link trying to get that stupid audio file to play... JUST SO I COULD HEAR SOME GUY SAY THAT THERE WILL BE A "LOST" SECRET IN "MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 3" ???????!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for destroying ten minutes of my life that I will never get back. Asshole.

#12. Posted by: Lost Blog hater... now at April 20, 2006 11:28 PM

this is very stupid. that movie is not arriving to my country, we don't have many foreign western movies and it is very expensive to go to the cinemas in my country and the most close is one hour to travel.

#13. Posted by: stupid!!!! at April 21, 2006 12:16 AM

Pure commercial stuff !!! so that they get more audience 4 MI3.

#14. Posted by: Skandalouz at April 21, 2006 4:13 AM

Lost Blog Hater (though when you post later, I'm sure you'll use your normal username) ...man do you have some issues. Take a deep breath or two. Maybe consider getting some therapy. Referring to our beloved Film Fodder guru and master Lost reviewer as an 'Asshole'? For having a little fun during a non-new-episode period and wanting us to hear the clip for ourselves? Kind of ridiculous.

Sure, I was hoping for something a little more revealing rather than an MI3 plug. And it's not even a secret revealed, just a Lost 'reference'. But c'mon- you were out of line. Your message would've been perfect had you restricted it to the first sentence. And 10 minutes? The whole thing took me maybe 3 minutes, including listening to the clip twice.

I'm sure Mac saw your comment and shook his head and laughed it off. He has shown quite a bit of class in not replying with a 'scathing rebuttal'.

#15. Posted by: JoePike at April 21, 2006 9:16 AM

...And by the way, it looks like it was Chad who put together the post the way it is, with the link and all. But still, to refer to him as an Asshole for doing it that way is just as ridiculous, and not worth the extra 5 minutes of your life it took to type it!

#16. Posted by: JoePike at April 21, 2006 9:19 AM

i agree joe

#17. Posted by: Dave at April 21, 2006 9:26 AM

I'm glad I read all of the entries above before downloading the file (saved me some time). But I have to admit, I now want to see MI3, so if their plan is to attract more attention, it seems to have worked on gullible little me. The other choice is to wait until the movie runs and check back here for the info....I'm sure SOMEONE will post the info for all to see. That way, you can get the info and save your 12 bucks for a different movie.

"Lost blog hater....now"....I think you owe someone an apology. That was uncool!

#18. Posted by: socompletelylost at April 21, 2006 10:24 AM

I agree with "hater"......that was pretty lame

LAAAAAAAAAAAME

#19. Posted by: maybe YOU should relax at April 21, 2006 11:08 AM

I think maybe we're all just a little tense (or even suffering from DT's) due to LOST withdrawl. I'm fortunate (and devoted)enough to have the first season on DVD (although I really want a DVR so I can record this season). So the way I've coped is by watching an old episode (or 5) during the Wednesday nights that LOST isn't on. So far it's working well enough. In some ways, even though I want a new episode every week, these breaks give me and the LOST community time to digest all that we've been exposed to. Hang in there. The "Reckoning" is just around the corner. Where have I heard that before? :-) (Thanks for giving us some fodder Mac, something is better than nothing.)

#20. Posted by: J-Rod at April 21, 2006 11:24 AM

Wow, that was lame. Why not just transcribe what JJ said since they werent spoilish in any way?

A "reference" to Lost is hardly a secret or a clue. Im thinking we'll either see the numbers or some Dharma brand products. Either way, it will be pointless.

#21. Posted by: jraw at April 21, 2006 11:55 AM

I'll watch the movie.
But not in the theatres.
I haven't seen a movie in the theatre in years.
I'll just download it either from newsgroups or P2P.
I'll try to get a screenshot and post it afterwards.
That's if I notice it.

#22. Posted by: Zeppo at April 21, 2006 12:47 PM

Speaking of Lost secrets, looks like someone may have let the cat of the bag for the season finale . . . . (SPOILER ALERT).

http://www.kulturblog.com/2006/04/spoiler-included/#more-503

#23. Posted by: Randy B. at April 21, 2006 1:36 PM

A little birdy told me that sawyer is going to tie hurley down and keep feeding him and feeding him until he explodes, at which point Dave will crawl out of his stomach and start a romantic interest with libby........that's just what I heard

#24. Posted by: SPOILER at April 21, 2006 2:21 PM

Give Mac a break you guys....seriously. Totally unnecessary to give him such grief. You could have easily just have said that you didn't like the clip and could have done without it. To include anything besides that is really lame.

#25. Posted by: Vikki at April 21, 2006 7:59 PM

Thanks for posting. I really enjoy reading your summaries and other people's ideas on the show. I did read the comments so I didn't bother with the download. I really hope the show doesn't have anything to do with Scientology! It will lose me completely if it does, and I have loved this show. Thanks again.

#26. Posted by: Margie at April 22, 2006 7:55 AM

Hey Mac..The Download bit seemed like a waste of time...just to hear the producer say he's locked a clue in the movie....I do not understand why you could not just post that...It seemed like a wasted of time....Good Site though Rummy

#27. Posted by: Jamie Spencer at April 22, 2006 2:33 PM

Oh the whole thing is a waste of time, but a reader went out of his way to put the whole thing together (with no prompting from me whatsoever), and so I thought I'd just use it as-is. If someone does something nice, I'm not going to cut it down.

And on top of that, the whole thing is pretty innocuous. So J.J. Abrams is using one thing to publicize another -- I'm *shocked* ;)

#28. Posted by: mac at April 22, 2006 2:36 PM

After thinking it over and considering everyone's opinion (yes, this is the type of thing I think about), I decided to edit this piece. Secret 3 is now spelled out, so you don't have to download the super-secret MP3.

My apologies to anyone who felt hoodwinked/annoyed by the download. Angering you certainly wasn't the intention, but I can see, in retrospect, how it might have pissed folks off. -- Mac

#29. Posted by: mac at April 23, 2006 9:14 AM

is this the last season

#30. Posted by: MA at April 23, 2006 12:58 PM

WOW . . . I'm just amazed at how easy-going and all-around nice you are, Mac.

Your summaries of the shows are great: entertaining and funny. But your ability to let the idiotic rantings and juvenile misbehavior of some of the posters wash over you is just as impressive as your writing ability.

Personally, my blood pressure would soar, and I'd probably keel over from a blown anurysm if I had some of the garbage people post directed at me.

You're a good man, Mac!

#31. Posted by: LitGirl at April 23, 2006 4:51 PM

Well thanks LitGirl! I've been doing this stuff for a long time, so the benefit of previous experience always helps keep my blood pressure low ;)

And beyond that, 99% of the posts are fantastic. The rare 1% just aren't worth worrying about.


MA -- to answer your question, this is definitely not the last season.

#32. Posted by: mac at April 23, 2006 5:01 PM

i agree that is stupid too. that foreign movie not on over here. why don't they make sure the movie is shown in every country that lost is shown? at least this is even possible. but then, like my friend said, it is expensive here and very far away. if you get it please tell everyone what you see. who allowed someone to do this? all you want is attention attention and that movie is mostly crap anyway. put a reference to a good show in it to make people see a crap movie. stupid.

i am a friend of "stupid!!!!" who posted at April 21, 2006 12:16 AM above and he told me this

#33. Posted by: Yu at April 23, 2006 9:30 PM

How many seasons is this then? (I didn't ask that question, it happened I read it) I'm going stop watching as soon as this season is over. That is way too many. I hate English TV Serials which go for that long. Takes way too long, can we do something ELSE? Don't you ever lose interest?? Most of my friends (they also don't really like me coz I watch LOST for over a year already and already ignore some of theirs) are going to watch another TV serial that is going to schedule on fall or winter this year (most likely winter because the actors are filming a little behind schedule now) that IS shorter and is already set to 30 hours in total and I seriously DO want to watch this with them, the main actor and main actress are my FAVES plus several others too but I don't want to have no time because of LOST. :( I don't have time to watch two shows at the same time and I'm not allowed to buy DVDs of any TV serial I watch but then even if I do in the future I won't have any time. Other TV serials will be on. Do I have to not watch SEVERAL of them because ONE TV serial is taking years?

#34. Posted by: pppppppppp at April 23, 2006 9:48 PM

Well maybe I got a little too angry. Maybe instead of watching just read your recaps instead of watching. That will be better. It only takes me less than half an hour to read one of yours. But I doubt I'll not lose interest because it takes too long.

#35. Posted by: pppppppp at April 23, 2006 9:55 PM

Well.....here in the USA we are very used to TV shows dragging on and on and on. The only time a show will come to an end is when the ratings go way down. Very rarely does a normal weekly show have a set number of hours or episodes with a definite series ending pre-planned. There's too much money to be made from a popular show like Lost to just let it end. They are going to produce this show for years and years to come, and we all are very happy about that since we love the show.

We just hope that the writing on Lost stays good and that they don't move the show in any poor direction as the years go by. Many feel this happened to shows like 'The X Files' and 'Alias'. Hopefully the Lost producers have learned their lessons from TV series like those.

#36. Posted by: JoePike at April 24, 2006 8:55 AM

Didn't we already know Hurley was in a mental institution from Season 1? Maybe J.J.'s Secret #2 was acutally referring to Libby...

#37. Posted by: JoePike at April 24, 2006 9:02 AM

that was an austrailian hint they are only half way through the season

#38. Posted by: Lost at April 24, 2006 12:44 PM

I also want to jump on the band wagon of people commending Mac for his insight and class. It is very easy to slam someone over the Internet. Mac, you've shown your the better man by simply ignoring negative posts. Please keep up the good work.

I've been watching Lost since episode one. But, I've just recently began to get additional insight from blogs. As I looked at different blogs over the past several weeks (since the map appeared!), this is by far the best and only blog site I feel I need to visit to stay up to date.

Bottom Line: Good job Mac, keep up the good work!

#39. Posted by: DWF at April 25, 2006 4:37 PM

DWF - Thank you very much! -- Mac

#40. Posted by: mac at April 25, 2006 10:22 PM

JoePike, I didn't know that. I am not use to English tv serials. But the serial is not finish filming yet? How do they say to tv channel how long their serial and get time slot. Here, one season is filmed and take to TV channel to sell and they must say how long and get time to show. One serial the most I see is 3 seasons but show every weekday. 30-48 hour season each. But it film one whole season then show later film second season then show. Few years later author decide to write more books and make third serial but most actor and actress are change. Then this is the end but very except and rare is 3 seasons. All other serial I watch only one season, except only one another is 2 season. Also 3 to 4 months one season. Can I ask you question? How many English TV serial do you watch for one year? Before I watch LOST, I watch 3 (sometimes 4 for short serial) for one year. That is why I don't like it and my friends don't like me because I spend over a year on one and it is only one week showing one episode.

#41. Posted by: pppppppppppppppppp at April 26, 2006 10:56 AM

(I'd take this off-board, but there's not much going on anyway!)

American TV shows make a 'pilot' episode, and if a network likes it they will pick up the show and put it on their weekly schedule. They contract with the series to produce a certain number of new episodes per season- Fall to Spring, usually around 23 shows. So the once a week time slot for Lost is reserved indefinitely until the series gets cancelled. Which I believe won't be for years and years to come! I watch probably 4 or 5 TV series regularly per year- it helps to have a DVR (digital video recorder, similar to TIVO) so I can watch the shows later when I have time.

I'm looking forward to the Michael-centric episode coming up, as we'll probably find out a lot more about the Others.

#42. Posted by: JoePike at April 27, 2006 8:41 AM

The only question I have after last night's show is "Why the voice-over?" Is this something they have done in the past on recap shows that I missed? In a way it was almost like watching "Desperate Losties".
As much as I look forward to new episodes (and the next one looks to be quite a doozey), I enjoyed having the opportunity to catch up with "The Reckoning" last night. I haven't been taping (I know VCR is low tech) and I don't have Tivo or a DVR so getting the chance to recap some of what has happened this season was beneficial for me. Now I can't decide if the producers chose certain scenes to help get us 'back on track' or to simply 'throw us off the trail'.

#43. Posted by: J-Rod at April 27, 2006 10:27 AM

I noticed on last night's recap episode something I didn't notice before. It could be nothing. When Ana gives the map to Syid (sorry if I mispelled) that "Henry Gale" drew that leads them to the balloon it's written on the back of something. I can make out the words "The Brothers" and the rest looks Russian or something like that. Did anybody else notice that? If so does it really mean anything? You have to follow EVERYTHING so closely so you don't miss a clue.

Thanks!

#44. Posted by: Scott at April 27, 2006 11:58 AM

I think it's a page ripped from the book "The Brothers Karamazov" by Fyodor Dostoevsky.. Weren't Locke and HG discussing the power struggles between Dostoevsky and Hemingway in an earlier episode?

#45. Posted by: Sabrina at April 27, 2006 2:43 PM

Yeah, that's a book that Locke gave to Henry to read (I think) and Locke was talking about how Hemingway always felt like he was in the shadow of Dostoevsky (or something to that effect) and Gale tried to use that to get inside of Locke's head and create more tension between Locke and Jack.

#46. Posted by: J-Rod at April 27, 2006 3:27 PM

After watching last night's recap episode, I came up with two things:

-I am not so sure that the bearded guy on the boat and "Zeke" are the same person anymore....they looked like two different people last night...in fact, I thought maybe the bearded guy on the boat looked more like the US military person who convinced Sayid to turn on his fellow soldier...and we know about the theatrical makeup and glue, so maybe more than one person could have access to it....

-Also, I am more convinced now that Michael got specific instructions from the computer about how to find Walt...there was just such conviction in his voice when he insisted on going by himself after Jack offered to go with him....I don't know, maybe I am crazy...

#47. Posted by: Vikki at April 27, 2006 3:39 PM

(slightly OT)
I really like the new filmfodder look. Great work, mac!

There's one thing I'm still missing: could you please make quoting of comments easier? i.e. a simple HTML-like tag for quotes (i for italic or something similar), including the name of the person I want to quote, would make quoting comments much more consistent and easy.

One more thing I'm missing is a grammar checker for non-native speakers -- OK, forget it, I'm just joking... :)

#48. Posted by: Margot at April 27, 2006 6:15 PM

Vikki--I think you're on to something with the whole communicating with Walt thing. It will be interesting to see how that plays out and was it definately Walt that was on the other end.

#49. Posted by: J-Rod at April 28, 2006 1:47 PM

i read a spoiler before, maybe it was here, and it said that walt wouldn't appear visually anymore due to his growth, but would still be around. so maybe that does mean that walt was on the other end communicating through the computer.

#50. Posted by: jon at April 29, 2006 3:09 AM

hey i saw this real cool spoiler-i was gonna log it in the i thought r spoilers even aloud on here?
just though id better check

#51. Posted by: MA at April 29, 2006 11:59 AM

Hi,
If any of you UK residents out there?
Are you ready for tonights 3hr lost programming?

#52. Posted by: dave at May 2, 2006 9:39 AM

hey hey hey, calm down, children! UHM, it seems the end of our beloved-behated second season is getting on your nerves...now that we have to find another hobbie for our Wednesdays and thursday mornings...
Mac, even now you show the kind of person you are, congratulations, ypu have half the world in your hands ;-P
I'm just looking forward to watch the finale, as it will be the end of my stressed course( just one left and I will end at university!)
so calm down, relax, take a deep breath and NEVER play the freaking numbers
Have a nice day you all!SPRING IS HERE

#53. Posted by: drusylla at May 2, 2006 11:43 AM

REVEALED! The super-secret "M-I:III" reference is ....

"... right down to the last credit, which offers a "thank you" to the Hanso Foundation, the fictitious and mysterious organization that created the island where the "Lost" survivors are stranded ..."

(From Fox News. Read the whole story here: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,194063,00.html)

And thanks to Jason for the heads up! -- Mac

#54. Posted by: mac at May 3, 2006 11:19 AM

Thanks Mac!
Does anyone know if J.J. Abrams is a scientologist? Just curious.

#55. Posted by: J-Rod at May 3, 2006 2:30 PM

Hey, did anyone catch the toll free number during the fake hanso foundation commercial? I was kind of caught off guard and didn't get all of it.

#56. Posted by: Curtis at May 3, 2006 10:59 PM

Well, now we know why they were both arrested for drunken driving...

#57. Posted by: The Duf at May 3, 2006 11:47 PM

Hi Mac,

I watched the Australian special a few weeks ago with JJ Abrams providing 3 Lost "secrets" and just couldn't let this go by without a correction. Abrams actually says in the special that we already know one of the castaways was in a mental institution (ie, Hurley) but he adds that ANOTHER member of the survivors was also in the same institution with Hurley.

Libby perhaps?

So it appears this information IS not just new to the Australian audience but also to those fortunate people around the globe getting the eps WAAAAY ahead of us?

#58. Posted by: chickenlittle at May 4, 2006 1:23 AM

Then again, you guys found out Libby was in the institution with Hurley during the 'Dave' episode, didn't you? (Yep - I'm peeking ahead! ;-) )

#59. Posted by: chickenlittle at May 4, 2006 1:28 AM

Curtis, the toll free number was 1.877.HANSORG. We were wathcing it on TiVo and were fast forwarding and the Hanso logo caught my eye even though we were fast forwarding. However, I've tried several times to call it (I know, I'm a dork!) but I keep getting a fast busy. Very intriguing, though! Also of note is that in the lower left corner in very small print, it said it was paid for by ACB Corporation.

#60. Posted by: socompletelylost at May 4, 2006 8:14 AM

Keep tryng the number to Hanso. I got through after two or three tries. Interesting.

#61. Posted by: Scott at May 4, 2006 9:15 AM

CORRECTION: the small print says the commercial was paid for by ABC Corp, not ACB Corp. I tend to be dyslexic in my typing, which has caused some interesting "words" to be created.

#62. Posted by: socompletelylost at May 4, 2006 9:19 AM

Scott, I just got through but I don't want to ruin anything for anyone. This is wild! I'm so freakin addicted.....I can see I'm not going to get any work done today!

#63. Posted by: socompletlylost at May 4, 2006 9:26 AM

Ok so who is gonna turn out to be Jack's half-sister? Claire perhaps? Any thoughts?

#64. Posted by: J-Rod at May 4, 2006 10:44 AM

This was the worst episode ever. I cannot believe that the writers are so *lost* with the storyline. It seems that they are too caught up in the blogs and have no idea what the story is about anymore. I cannot believe that they felt it was necessary to create a bloodbath. Most episodes have clues and tie-ins. This one just felt the need to club us over the head with everything. They need to go back and review last season and start each episode with the eyeball. My whole family was extremely disappointed. If the future episodes are like this, we won't be watching anymore.

#65. Posted by: boharpe at May 4, 2006 12:00 PM

I saw MI:3. All that happens is that the actor who played Boone is the survivor of an explosion, and when Tom Cruise crawls by where he's laying, all covered in blood, he says that "The Island in Lost is actually Ireland, and the others are actually Irish Wizards. Mr. Ecko was the best part of OZ. cough. sputter. just leave me Mission Impossible guy, I'm a LOST cause." (He winks at the camera while saying "lost".) Then the camera pans out and you see that all the other people injured/killed in the explosion are Lost cast members. 23 of them, in fact.

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