Charlie Pace, Dr. Christian Shephard, and Claire Littleton May Return to 'Lost'
Welcoming the January premiere of "Lost" season five, the ABC's drama series will probably pick up some characters from the previous season to make another appearance. As reported by E! Online, John Terry, Dominic Monaghan, and Emilie de Ravin are the actors and actress who will likely be making another appearance on the series' upcoming season.
"Lost" creator and executive producer, Damon Lindelof, has made a statement that John Terry, who play Dr. Christian Shephard, may reappear on the series. "John Terry is gonna be in the show this season, but he was definitely nowhere near Hawaii when we shot that stuff," Lindelof confirmed Terry's return though denying that his character is the one seen in a recent promo.
Meanwhile, about his potential return, Dominic Monaghan confesses that he and Lindelof were having lunch and has made a conversation about Charlie Pace reappearance on "Lost". Monaghan hints that Lindelof will consider Charlie's comeback to the series if there is empty place for him.
Of it, Monaghan says, "We had a five-minute, very accelerated conversation where I said, this is how I would feel about coming back. These are the things that I really like about Charlie and ideas for Charlie. And Damon said, 'OK, that's great. I'll go away and I'll chew on that.'" He adds, "He might not have space for me to come back, but if there is space, then we talked about how it would work."
The other star who will probably return to "Lost" is Emilie de Ravin. E! reported as informed by reliable sources that the actress who plays Claire Littleton will be seen again in the series but she will not serve as a series regular for the upcoming fifth season.
In the meantime, there is no official preparation or confirmation from the network and "Lost" representative about the matter. So far, the three stars' reappearance is still in talks.
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