‘Lost’ Co-Creator Tells Comic-Con Audience That if There Were a ‘Lost’ Spin-off or Movie It Would Be an ‘Insult’ to the Fans; More ‘Lost’ News

Jul 26, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Damon Lindelof, co-creator of "Lost," said it would be an insult to the show’s fans if there was a "Lost" feature film or spin-off after the series ends. He made his remarks at Comic-Con, MTV News reports.

Given the fans’ three year investment in watching "Lost," Lindelof said, "We can’t deliver a sort of ending where it’s like, ‘Well, this could be the ending.’ "

Furthermore, several characters that have not been seen since the first season will return, Reuters reports.

Also,"The time-travel season is over, the flash-forward season is over," Lindelof said. "We’re going to do something different," says Reuters.

Finally, Lindelof said, "everything that matters we’re gonna answer." 

—Chuck Ross

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