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30 Sexiest Evangeline Lilly Moments
26. Beach BumThe Sexy Moment: Vanity Fair take Lost imagery and add a bit of glamour, as Evangeline rolls around in the sand for their 2009 photoshoot.If It Was Frumpy: She’d be grinning with sand stuck in-between her teeth.[FOR 29 MORE SEXY EVANGELINE LILLY MOMENTS, CLICK ON THE PICTURE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

30 Sexiest Evangeline Lilly Moments

26. Beach Bum

The Sexy Moment: Vanity Fair take Lost imagery and add a bit of glamour, as Evangeline rolls around in the sand for their 2009 photoshoot.

If It Was Frumpy: She’d be grinning with sand stuck in-between her teeth.

[FOR 29 MORE SEXY EVANGELINE LILLY MOMENTS, CLICK ON THE PICTURE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

lost-in-moments:

J.J. Abrams traces his love for the unseen mystery - a passion thats evident in his films and TV shows, including Cloverfield, Lost and Alias — back to its magical beginnings.

Legendary.

Met JJ last week, he’s a legend! This talk is genius you have to watch it! (he always talks that fast!) Dan :)

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Super 8 review
 
There was a time, back in the late ’70s and early ’80s, when blockbusters had heart and soul to go with their balls, when the testosterone and the money shots were duly arrived at after periods of intimacy.
Super 8, the old charmer, returns to such innocent times, assuredly delivering bang for buck but – first and foremost – respecting old-fashioned concepts like, y’know, character, emotion, storytelling…
Super 8’s creator is, of course, Jeffrey Jacob Abrams, or plain old JJ to the millions of people who think of him warmly after Mission: Impossible III, Star Trek, Cloverfield and Lost.
This is his “personal project”, much as E.T. was Steven Spielberg’s, who here co-produces. 
Set in 1979, when JJ, aged 13, was holed up in his cluttered bedroom making models to blow up on film, Super 8 tells of movie-obsessed Charles (Riley Griffiths) and best friend Joe (Joel Courtney), the leaders of a group of pre-teen kids who run about town shooting a zombie epic on an Emuig Super 8 camera.

Super 8 review

There was a time, back in the late ’70s and early ’80s, when blockbusters had heart and soul to go with their balls, when the testosterone and the money shots were duly arrived at after periods of intimacy.

Super 8, the old charmer, returns to such innocent times, assuredly delivering bang for buck but – first and foremost – respecting old-fashioned concepts like, y’know, character, emotion, storytelling…

Super 8’s creator is, of course, Jeffrey Jacob Abrams, or plain old JJ to the millions of people who think of him warmly after Mission: Impossible III, Star Trek, Cloverfield and Lost.

This is his “personal project”, much as E.T. was Steven Spielberg’s, who here co-produces. 

Set in 1979, when JJ, aged 13, was holed up in his cluttered bedroom making models to blow up on film, Super 8 tells of movie-obsessed Charles (Riley Griffiths) and best friend Joe (Joel Courtney), the leaders of a group of pre-teen kids who run about town shooting a zombie epic on an Emuig Super 8 camera.

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Michelle Rodriguez: exclusive photo shoot

What do Lost, Avatar and the brand new issue of Total Film have in common? They all feature the awesome Michelle Rodriguez - and as a special treat, we’ve got a preview video of our exclusive photo shoot with the star just for you.