'Lost' Channels 'The Last Supper' in New Posters

'Lost' Channels 'The Last Supper' in New Posters

The cast of season 6 are recreating Leonardo Da Vinci's famous painting with Oceanic Airline's seats and Dharma wines.

The HQ version of "Lost" final season promo poster has got out online in two versions. Quite similar, the two "Last Supper" posters which were first published on Us Weekly are different in terms of the cast's point of gaze and their sitting position. Locke however, remains to be "the one who is going to save us all".

Little to almost no clue is given through the posters, but when one thinks it through, it is noticeable that Sayid is placed in Judas' position and that he wears blue, the same color that Leonardo Da Vinci portrays the prophet in the original "Last Supper" painting. This can mean or not mean that Sayid would betray Locke.

Curiously, of all the new characters in the show, it was Ilana who is included among the lead characters. This prompts the speculation that the character played by Zuleikha Robinson will play a major role in the sixth season that begins February 2 on ABC.

"The Last Supper" theme has previously been used by other television series such as "Battlestar Galactica" and "The Sopranos".

On another news, the staff of the show have bounced back from holiday to get into production. Producer Carlton Cuse tweeted on Monday, January 4, "Spent most of the last two weeks untethered from the Internet. It was actually very refreshing. But now we're back at work. And all the LOST writers are working late on scenes tonight."

© AceShowbiz.com

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    Jan 14, 2010

    Yet you wasted your time to comment on an internet article about it. Hmmm.

    Jan 09, 2010

    mamabennett is gagagoofy.

    Jan 06, 2010

    This is the stupidist thing that I have ever seen anyone do. The Last Supper is a masterpiece that should NEVER be made a spectical of. Guess that's why I never watched Lost after one episode. It was one of the stupidist shows I have ever seen. Thank God it's almost over and am glad I didn't waste my time watching it in the first place.

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