LOST Cast Sits Down for The Last Supper

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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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  • http://www.thetrain.com/ Vince

    If placement counts, Kate is in the Judas spot and Said is in the Peter spot.

  • jerry seinfeld

    that fat guy is still fat?

  • ColinJ

    LOST is the single greatest TV show of all time.

    Simple as that.

  • Eugene K

    Makes PERFECT sense – there r 2 pictures to represent TWO alternate realities that will take place after the nuke. The first pic shows what ould happen if the nuke had no effect on the timeline, Jin and Sun are not together, Miles is still NOT on the “right” side as he was warned by the guys in the van and Sawyer ends up with Kate in either reality.

    If you look at the second pic, thats a pic of what would happen if the nuke worked and if the plane landed safely in LAX, Sawyer still ends up with Kate, Miles ends up on the “RIGHT” side of things, Jin and Sun stay together, etc.

    Im pretty certain those 2 pics represent 2 alternate realities among many other things.

  • http://twitter.com/TheBearPaw Nerijus Dovidauskas

    No, it isn't.

  • ColinJ

    Wait… you haven't heard?

    Well, sorry to be the one to break it to you.

  • http://awesomesauce.blogg.se tigersuit

    Oh yeah, very original of you to say that.. There are explenations for that, there are lots of food on the island you know. Watch the goddamn show.

  • http://culturepopped.blogspot.com poppedculture

    BSG and House are just two of the most recent examples of the Last Supper being used in pop culture. It was also in Watchmen, MASH, Dilbert, The Simpsons, That 70s Show and many more. Here are 100 more examples:
    http://culturepopped.blogspot.com/2007/04/sudde

  • jerry seinfeld

    lots of caloric-dense, high fat, high sugar foods? wow. is there a circle K on the island?

    and, no, I will not watch the show, no matter how ridiculously angry you get.

  • http://awesomesauce.blogg.se tigersuit

    Yep, and they were only on the island for about 108 days before they left. So him still being fat is not really illogical.

  • r. maggio

    well, i like your ideas. alot infact, but the seats they are sitting in are seats from the plane. so if one is the alternate reality where the plane never crashes then those seats wouldn't be there in one of the pictures. so i believe in either reality the plane will still crash, going to the whole fate thing lost seems to play on alot. they were meant to go on that island nothing can change that.

  • jerry seinfeld

    only 108 days?? have you seen 'the biggest loser'?

  • robert p

    where can i buy this, in poster size?

  • robert p

    where can i buy this, in poster size?

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