Q. Why LOST 2017? It’s not tied to any particular LOST milestone, right?
A. We knew we were doing LOST 2020 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of LOST’s finale. But six years seemed like a really long time to wait to get together again. Most of us (if not all of us) were already talking about how we wanted to go back to the island as soon as we could. So LOST 2017 was born.
I picked 2017 because it seemed like a good mid-way point between LOST 2014 and LOST 2020. It also gives enough time for planning (it took a year and a half to plan LOST 2014!). The date does have a LOST connection though … 10-8 is the final day of the event. 108.
Q. What type of events will there be at LOST 2017?
A. We’re still in the very early planning stages, but already have a lot of great ideas we’re working on. I’m hopeful it’ll surpass the great time we had at LOST 2014 — hard to top, but we’ll see!
Q. Will a cast member be at LOST 2017?
A. Unlike LOST 2014, this is not something we’re aiming for with LOST 2017. If we get closer and an opportunity arises, it’s always possible. But the focus of LOST 2017 is for it to be a fan gathering.
Q. Where will LOST 2017 be held? How about LOST 2020?
LOST 2017 will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii. I am not certain at this point where LOST 2020 will be held. It will either be in Hawaii or Los Angeles.
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