It looks like there will be a new podcast with Michael Emerson. Michael’s longtime friend, Jimmy Aquino’s podcast called Comic News Insider just celebrated it’s 10th anniversary, and Michael Emerson, ever so nice to his friends and fans, was there to celebrate it. Here are some photos from this event:
As soon as the podcast is available, I’ll post the link.
Larry King now has an interview show on the Internet on Ora.TV. He will be interviewing Michael Emerson this week (maybe Friday?). In anay event, I have the entire quote from Larry King’s website here for you to see. Come back here to find out when the interview is online.
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Here’s an article that was not placed in this site, but we can find it originally in the mirror site.
“Lost” fans weren’t the only ones debating and pondering the show’s epic climax in May. So were the very stars of the show, including Michael Emerson. In the days the following the finale, he was trying “to put it all together, to make sense of it all.”
While the finale — like that of any great show — was controversial amongst the critics and the faithful, Emerson was “perfectly satisfied.”
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“They delivered the goods,” he says.
The show didn’t answer every question which was fine by Emerson. “I appreciated what was left unsaid or ambiguous,” he says. “I prefer things that are suggested rather than concrete.”
So we took advantage of Emerson speaking to us to promote “Lost: The Complete Sixth Season” and “Lost: The Complete Collection,” which debuts on Blu-ray & DVD on August 24, to explain the ending. It’s his words from here.
In a nutshell. Everything we saw on the island really happened. The plane crashed. We all really lived there. They really had those adventures. But during season 6, there is a change. Everyone on the show is among the newly dead.
And the newly dead hold onto life. They hold onto an idealized vision of the life they lived or that they wished they lived. That’s what everyone is doing in that church. We have leaped forward in time.
After the killing of the smoke monster and the death of Jack and Hurley taking charge — then we move a great distance forward in time. That scene in the church, that is hundreds of years in the future? It doesn’t matter — because in the afterlife time is no longer linear. That is already one of the themes of the show anyways.
So everyone is dead and they are merely waiting for everyone to arrive and be rejoined with their mirror redeemers — that is what I am choosing to call it. That other person from life who loved them so unconditionally that it gave them a license to forgive themselves and thereby be spiritually redeemed. So everyone leaves in pairs. Because it takes two to walk into the afterlife.
Ben doesn’t have a redeemer. That’s why he doesn’t get to go. That’s why he is waiting. Ben is still outside the door. He cannot come in. He says he still has work to do. He has more to make right.Published at 5:38 AM PST on Aug 20, 2010
Sarah Shahi talks about her role in Person of Interest. Listen to what she has to say about Michael Emerson at around 4:35:
Also, here’s an excerpt from an interview she gave IGN:
IGN: What was it like working with the cast? I haven’t met Jim, but I have met Michael, and he’s such an interesting guy with such a unique screen presence.
Shahi: Michael Emerson is just a prince. There’s something about him. He’s so sweet. I don’t know how to describe it. There’s something about him that’s a bit royal. My time with them, ask me this two months from now and I might be like, “Oh, he’s a dick!” [Laughs] But I don’t think that’s going to be the case. No, they’re both incredibly giving actors. This was my first episode, and obviously the new kid on the block doesn’t want to press her luck, you know what I mean? So I respected their boundaries, and they respected mine. We all worked really well with each other. When we could chat in between takes, we did. But our stuff is pretty intense, so there wasn’t really a lot of chatting this time around.