Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” wasn’t a secret code about the legacy of Jesus. It was about how marketing would use the image to promote television shows. It was used for Battlestar Galactica, for House, and now it’s being used for the final season of Lost. Actually, it’s being used twice.
ABC just released two images of the Lost cast in The Last Supper pose with John Locke (Terry O’Quinn) getting the Jesus placement. However, there are thirteen “apostles” in the Lost image but there are only twelve in da Vinci’s painting. I can’t see any clues in these two pictures, even though there slightly different. The second picture has the cast rearranged in their seating arrangements and everyone looks like they’re really pissed off that you’re interrupting their meal.
Hit the jump to check out both of the images. The final season of Lost begins on Tuesday, February 2nd at 9pm on ABC.
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