Evangeline Lilly, who starred as Kate Austen on Lost, says she couldn’t watch the first seasons of the series without cringing at her acting.
Evangeline Lilly, who starred as Kate Austen Lost, explaining why she still cringes while watching the early seasons of the series. Created by JJ Abrams, Damon Lindelof, and Jeffrey Lieber, Lost It was a science fiction drama series that ran from 2004 to 2010. The critically acclaimed show followed survivors of a plane crash on a mysterious island, and was known for its use of flashbacks, Flashforward, and Flash-sideways in alternate timelines. althoug Lost It only ran for six seasons, and has had a lasting impact on the television genre and popular culture as a whole.
In an interview with happy sad confused podcast, Lost Star Evangeline Lilly says re-watching early seasons of the show makes her cringe.
Her opinion changes over time Lost Season 3 hits, for one big reason. Read Lilly’s full comment below:
We would have LOST parties where the cast would gather to watch the show, and when it was an episode centered around Kate, I would curl up in a hole and die, because I knew I was bad. And I feel like season 3 was a turning point, going from “panic, figure it out, just shoot my hip, feel it, go with my gut,” to “I hate this, I don’t want to do this, get me out of here, to “Oh, I guess if I’m here, I’m stuck, and I’m going to stay, I’ve got to figure it out. And that was Season 3. And I actually started trying to learn my craft.”
How I Lost Career Evangeline Lilly Effect
Although Lilly started acting as early as 2002 when she was just 23, it wasn’t until she was cast that she Lost Her career is starting to take off. Lost It was Lily’s first notable major role, as well as her first ever series regular job. Although Lily flinches at her act in the first few seasons of the series, Lost It was a very early starting point in her career, and she’s not the only celeb who looks back on her early work with embarrassment.
Despite Lily’s self-deprecating point of view in her acting, she received much acclaim for her performance as Kate, which led to Kate becoming one of the series’ longest-running and intriguing characters. when Lost Lilly came to an end in the 2010s, and began working on major film franchises, beginning in 2013 with her role as Torrell in The hobbit Triple. She would play Hope van Dyne in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2015, a role she’s going to play in the new movie Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
While Lilly may not look back so fondly on the early seasons Lost, is still a huge part of popular culture. The series’ viewership began to decline in later seasons, many believed Lost It became very confusing and unnecessarily complicated. Seasons 1 and 2 have the highest viewership. Although Lily flinches in her initial performance, there’s no doubt about it without feeling her way through the early seasons LostIt wouldn’t be the family name it is today.
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