Lost co-executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis are two guys we haven’t written much about, so it was fun to see that SciFi.com had managed to ask them a few questions about their work and what we can expect from the upcoming Lost season 3.
“As writers we come in every day ready to play,” Kitsis said. “We don’t take a day off. To us, Lost isn’t a job. It’s a lifestyle. It’s a way of life. It’s almost like we forget. You go to the newsstand, and you see it in Newsweek or in TV Guide, and you’re like, ‘Oh, right. It goes out.’ We’re just guys. We’re just people that sit in a room and come up with stuff, and then it’s like you forget that everyone sees it.”
Besides talking about their job, Horowitz and Kitsis commented on the fact that actors who portray characters who have died on the show are back on the set in Hawaii.
“Just because you’re dead doesn’t mean your story is over,” Horowitz said with a laugh.
Kitsis added: “We think we’re going to blow some minds this year.”
Read the interview at SciFi.com
As a sidenote, I just want to clarify that we have not reported about which of the actors who portray now dead characters are back on the set because it can be considered a spoiler.