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Simon Pegg for LOST!

By docarzt,

  Filed under: Lost News
  Comments: 3

I’ve decided I need a new cause, and I’ve found it.  Strangely enough, a non-Lost related cause I had a while back was Simon Pegg for Scotty in the new Star Trek film.   That’s a wagon I lept on, rather than started, but was happy to mash for it a bit.  Now, I get to torture you guys with my fanboy will-power.  I want Simon Pegg to do an episode of LOST.

The reason why is: because.  The fact of the matter is, Pegg is an awesome actor who has risen from the cult fandom to become a ‘name’ comodity, and he loves LOST.  The evidence is on Daily Record where Pegg said:

“I MET Matthew Fox and I’m a big fan of Lost and I saw him at a party and he saw me and he went, ‘Oh man, Simon Pegg!”

In response to the question of the last time he was starstruck.  Bells went off.  Pegg is a LOST fan, there are British characters on LOST, it could all happen.

Now some might consider this stunt casting, personally I look at it as a guy who would probably be compatible with a character that will be written at some point who would work exceptionally well with the fabric of the show.  Maybe I’m crazy… you tell me.

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