Matthew Fox: happy but Lost
Matthew Fox can't believe 'Lost' has finished and even though he is pleased with the ending, he's been left drained from his final few weeks working on the programme.
Matthew Fox can't believe 'Lost' has finished.
The actor - who portrays Dr. Jack Shepherd in the adventure series - was left drained from his final few weeks working on the programme and hasn't come to terms with the fact it has finished.
He told The Hollywood Reporter: "It's been an incredibly long month for me, the last part of the show. What Jack Shepherd goes through, physically and emotionally, it was a lot of work and really draining, so I think getting to that final shot... it hasn't really sunk in. I mean, I knew it was the final shot while it was happening, even though it was quarter to six in the morning after a 20-hour day.
"It's been an incredible experience. I mean, the whole six years has been an amazing run."
Although he is saddened by the end of the programme - which he has worked on since it began in 2004 - Matthew is pleased with the "beautiful" final scenes.
He said: "It being over and it being done, I couldn't be happier with the way that it ends and what executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse and everybody on the creative level, what they've done with the ending. On a subconscious level I think I sort of expected some of it, but there's parts of it that are a huge revelation and really beautiful, really beautiful.
"I think if it works the way that it should work, if we've all done our jobs properly, I think it could be very, very profound."
The 'Lost' finale will air next month in the US.