May 3, 2012 13:04
'Lost' will return one day, claims co-creator
But Damon Lindelof says he will not be involved
Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof has predicted that the show will one day return.
The writer and producer, who is currently working on the current generation of Star Trek movies, said that the cult hit show would likely be revived at the Entertainment and Technology Summit hosted by Variety.
He said: "It’s been two years [since the show ended] and we told the story we wanted to tell. I do feel like the world has not seen the end of Lost but I'm not going to have any involvement."
Lindelof added that any new production team who wanted to work on a Lost revival or continuation would have his blessing. "It would be hypocritical of me to say I'm going to [reboot] Star Trek but I don't want anyone to touch Lost."
Lost concerned the mysterious fate of the survivors of a crashed plane on a mysterious island, and was notorious for its dense and intricate plots. It finally concluded in May 2010. Lindelof also served as the show’s chief writer.
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