Ok so the name hasn’t been changed yet but that would be so cool if it was! This is a 2 for 1 article for all you Lost Fans!
First Article is from Kristy Stevenson she is the Lost Examiner:
Finally, a brilliant idea on how to makelive on after the end of Season 6. Darlton said it, themselves (actually, this is a Carlton Cuse quote, but you get the idea):
LOST is a powerful franchise, and Disney (the parent-company of ABC) would be crazy not to continue it in some way.
The writers have confirmed that they will not be involved once their story is finished, and Darlton has said more than once that they will not take the path of Twin Peaks and the X-Files and create a LOST movie.
So where do fans go from here? To create a huge buzz for a LOST-themed Disney attraction, of course!
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Here is newest article I found from Jodi Jill over at the Examiner.
Disneyland is a place of fun, joy and a chance to see Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and even Donald Duck. Except if you are a fan of the ABC show ‘Lost’. According to several websites, and in particular twitter.com where even yesterday, December 30, there is a push to sign a petition to put pressure on the Walt Disney Corporation to chance the Tom Sawyer Island into a ‘Lost’ museum.
This is a really awful idea and Disney fans need to know this idea is getting a lot of play in the media even though, right now, it is nothing more than a petition.
‘Sign the pet. for Lost at Disney B4 we mail it on 23rd! We think Sawyer island to be great place to enjoy show’
Photo /ABC Studios
Thanks to Kristy for the links!
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