Damon Lindelof
"I have significantly evolved and grown, and it shouldn’t have had to come at the cost and the trauma of people that I hurt on 'Lost,'" the showrunner said in response to claims from cast and crew members that the series was rife with racism behind-the-scenes.
Part of the AI Herd
Sitting down with [redacted] "was the most nerve-wracking meeting of the entire process" — more, even, than pitching the show itself.
The Unholy Valley
Tara Hernandez and Damon Lindelof's Peacock adventure may be outlandish and fanciful, but it still challenges viewers to consider where, exactly, they put their faith.
"Will I get back in line outside the club and try to get back in again?" Lindelof said. "Absolutely."
The "Mrs. Davis" casting team told IndieWire about the process of casting a nun, a cowboy, a falafel store owner, and the rest of the globe-hopping Peacock series.
Tara Hernandez and Damon Lindelof's genre-bending odyssey about a nun hellbent on destroying an almighty algorithm is equally brilliant and bonkers.
Justin Britt-Gibson has also exited. Shameen Obaid-Chinoy remains onboard to direct the project, slated for a 2024 release.
The show premieres at SXSW on Tuesday, followed by its streaming premiere on April 20.
Betty Gilpin stars in the Peacock show premiering April 20, but you won't find her in the teaser trailer.
Casey Bloys also discussed recent HBO Max content cuts and why spinoffs of legacy series like "Six Feet Under" and "True Blood" aren't happening.
Shameen Obaid-Chinoy, an Oscar-winning short film director, will reportedly direct the "Lost" creator's upcoming "Star Wars" film.
"I have this sort of interior feeling of like, 'Wow, I wish they made less because it would make each one that came out a little bit more special.'"
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