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Cast of 'Lost' to Reunite at 2010 Scream Awards

October 08, 2010 08:07:24 GMT

From Jorge Garcia aka Hurley to production duo Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, the cast and crew would gather in honor of the six-year-old TV series.


Cast of 'Lost' to Reunite at 2010 Scream Awards
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"Lost" is not really dead after all. The cult sci-fi series will be honored at Spike TV's annual Scream Awards later this month, in a segment called "Farewell Tribute to Lost". Stars like Jorge Garcia, Harold Perrineau, Henry Ian Cusick as well as producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof will be reunited for the first time since the series ended in May.

The mentioned names are only few who have been confirmed for attendance but according to the press release, there would be more cast members to be announced soon. There will be pyrotechnics and filmed tribute during the honor. A video has been released to promote the segment, featuring Dr. Pierre Chang in his Dharma lab coat chugging on a 40 and introducing a Scream-viewing facility named The Tube.

"Lost" will not be the only reunion at the October 19 event for Michael J. Fox, Lea Thompson and Elisabeth Shue will be onstage in honor of the 25th anniversary of the original "Back to the Future". The two-hour event will also present a new footage from "Scream 4", "The Rite" and "Paranormal Activity 2".

TV stars who are scheduled to attend are "True Blood" ensemble like Alexander Skarsgard, Sam Trammell, Kristen Bauer and Rutina Wesley, as well as the stars of AMC's new series "The Walking Dead" such as Sarah Wayne Callies and Jon Bernthal.

Other celebrities to show up are Kristen Stewart, Megan Fox, Marilyn Manson, Mickey Rourke, Chris Hemsworth, and the cast of "Jackass 3D".

Nominations for this year's award is dominated by "Inception" in the movie category and "True Blood" in the TV category. Fans have the chance up to Friday, October 15 to vote for their favorite at Spike.com.



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