Damon Lindelof explains why he won't be involved in new seasons of Watchmen.
Lost And Watchmen showrunner Damon Lindelof addresses Superman movie rumors.
Damon Lindelof is interested in a possible Marvel TV project and, in due time, something in the Star Wars universe.
HBO's Watchmen creator Damon Lindelof doesn't want to create a second season and the network won't move forward without him.
The Watchmen showrunner has been discussing his idea for a movie based on seminal graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns.
Z for Zachariah filmmaker Craig Zobel will direct The Hunt, with Damon Lindelof co-writting the script.
The screenwriter hints that Benedict Cumberbatch may return, if he survives Star Trek Into Darkness, while Zachary Quinto talks about returning without J.J. Abrams.
Insiders say that director Ridley Scott and 20th Century Fox are freaking out about where to take the story for this follow-up.
The Prometheus writer says he is 'creatively single-minded', meaning he cannot work on more than one project at a time.
The Prometheus writer is helping director Marc Forster's troubled adaptation of the Max Brooks zombie novel.
Writer Damon Lindelof will moderate the 30-minute Q&A session after the trailer, which streams live at 4 PM.
Screenwriter/producer Damon Lindelof also reveals that Charlize Theron is playing a 'corporate entity' named Meredith Vickers.
The Lost co-creator has signed a seven-figure deal for the project, which may be conceived as a multi-platform endeavor.
Lost's Damon Lindelof will have a strong hand in writing the story, but J.J. Abrams still won't confirm he is directing.
20th Century Fox executives also reportedly love Damon Lindelof's new PG-13 geared script for Ridley Scott's upcoming project.
The Lost co-creator will take over the writing duties on Ridley Scott's film.
The show will air live from Hawaii immediately following the Lost series finale on May 23rd.
Take a look at what the executive producer had to say about the finale.