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Russell Crowe gets lost kayaking off Long Island

Russell Crowe

Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe lost his way kayaking off New York's Long Island and was picked up by a U.S. Coast Guard boat and ferried to a harbor, officials said Sunday


Oops! Rembrandt etching lost in the mail

A Norwegian art gallery lost a Rembrandt etching worth up to $8,600 in the mail after trying to save money on courier and insurance costs, the gallery's chief said Thursday.


"Lost" Actor Matthew Fox Accused of Assaulting Woman In Ohio

Matthew Fox is accused of allegedly assaulting a 29-year-old woman in Cleveland, Ohio over the weekend.


J.J. Abrams to pitch new drama about Alcatraz Island

EW has confirmed that uber-producer J.J. Abrams, together with "Lost" executive producer Elizabeth Sarnoff, are gearing up to pitch a new show called "Alcatraz," a drama about the infamous prison in the San Francisco Bay.


Weekly Ketchup: James Cameron & Guillermo Del Toro Collaborate

This week's Ketchup includes news about the latest entries in the Alien, The Crow and Total Recall franchises, more news about what people associated with Lost and Star Trek have in the works, and new roles for Russell Brand, Tina Fey, Meryl Streep, Justin Timberlake, Denzel Washington and Sam Worthington.


ABC programming chief McPherson abruptly resigns

ABC programming chief McPherson abruptly resigns

ABC programming chief Stephen McPherson has abruptly resigned from the network after a six-year tenure in which the network aired such provocative series as "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" but ended last season in third place among the big four networks.


'Lost' Finale Tops Sunday Ratings

'Lost' Finale Tops Sunday Ratings

The finale of "Lost" attracted an average audience of 13.5 million viewers, good enough to win the top spot of the night, but far less than those of other major TV events.


'Lost' finale: Redemption as 'The End' justifies the journey

'Lost' finale: Redemption as 'The End' justifies the journey

With the greatest stories, the answers you get can be better than the questions you ask. For six spellbinding years, Lost trapped its characters inside TV's most ingeniously constructed puzzle, leaving you to wonder why they're there and how they'll escape. In Sunday's emotional feast of a finale (* * * * out of four) — one that can stand with the best any series has produced — we discovered that Lost wasn't just interested in answering questions about the island and its residents, though the major ones were, indeed, answered.


ABC's fall schedule heavy on new dramas

ABC will try to boost its midweek schedule in the fall with cop and legal dramas and, only a few months after "Lost" departs, a supernatural series that also begins with a plane crash....


Though the Characters Are Lost, the Fans Try Not to Be

Though the Characters Are Lost, the Fans Try Not to Be

Tuesday night’s season premiere of “Lost” seemed to be trying to strike a balance between the show’s convoluted mythology and its more human, character-driven dimension.


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