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Matthew Fox Covers Entertainment Weekly

“LOST” IN TIME

Costars Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly chat up season 5 of Lost in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly.

“I was a little worried about the start of the season, to be honest,” says Evangeline (Kate). “It might sound terrible to say, but the mythology of this show eludes me. I am all about the characters and the interplay of the relationships and the angst of redemption and retri bution—all those good nuggets. So, in my biased view, I’ve been running around tell ing the world: ‘Be patient! It’s just the first half of the season! We’ll come back!’”

Foxy has another, more optimistic take. “It feels very different from what Lost has felt like in the past, but in a really good way,” says the actor. “There will be many, many answers, lots of things from past seasons that left the audience thinking, ‘That’s never going to pay off’—but it does, in really cool ways that make you go ‘Holy s—!’ The season has a real feeling of things coming together, and it builds a groundswell of momentum for the end of the show.”

Read the full cover story at EW.com.

Matthew Fox Covers Details Magazine

Lost star Matthew Fox covers the January/February 2009 issue of Details. Here’s what the 42-year-old actor opened up about:

On Lost coming to an end: “Personally, it’s a relief…I owe this show a great amount, and I think it’s exceptionally good…[but] I am looking forward to the freedom that comes with not working on one project professionally.”

On the Lost series finale: “This show started with a plane crash on an island in the South Pacific, and it’s going to have a very global and epic ending.”

On moving to Oregon: “My major motivation is to be closer to family. My brother is there, my mother is there…I really miss that kind of wide-open space.”

Real the full Foxy article at Details.com. Also check out the exclusive video interview here!

The season 5 premiere of Lost airs on Wednesday, January 21 @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC. The show is expected to come to a close in May 2010.

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Speed Racer Visits the Grand Prix

Speed Racer stars Matthew Fox, Emile Hirsch, Christina Ricci, John Goodman and Susan Sarandon get their vroom-vroom on at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach 32 Annual Pro/Celebrity Race on Saturday in Long Beach, Calif.

If you wanna check it out, an early review was published on AICN. Says the reviewed, “[The] level of writing surprised me, because the movie, to me, moved beyond typical superficial fun, and actually has character, story and heart.”

For the trailer and more information on the movie, visit SpeedRacerTheMovie.com.

Speed Racer is rated PG and zooms into nationwide release on Friday, May 9.

35+ pictures inside of the Speed Racer cast visiting the Grand Prix… More Here! »

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"Speed Racer" Movie Posters

Here are some new Speed Racer movie posters featuring:

Emile Hirsch as Speed Racer, Christina Ricci as Trixie (Speed’s girlfriend), Matthew Fox as Racer X (Speed’s rival), Hiroyuki Sanada as businessman Mr. Musha and Rain (left) as rookie racer Taejo Togokhan.

Speed Racer is set for a nationwide May 9 release. Watch both trailers at SpeedRacerTheMovie.com. More Here! »

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Matthew Fox is a Real Doll

Matthew Fox, star of the upcoming live action film Speed Racer, makes an appearance at Mattel’s toy fair showroom to unveil a complete line of toys based on the film.

Fox, 41, showed off his favorite figurine, a miniature-sized version of his character in the film, Racer X (Speed’s rival).

“I’m so excited about this film coming out,” Foxy said. “To see all these things gearing up towards it is really exciting. My little boy [6-year-old son Byron] can’t wait. He actually came to the set while we were shooting, so he saw me in the full Racer X mode. Seeing me in the character was a little intense for him.

Speed Racer parks itself in theaters on Friday, May 9th.

Watch Foxy on Live with Regis and Kelly!

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Dennis Quaid Takes Crazy Pills

Dennis Quaid goes buck wild at the photocall for his new thriller Vantage Point as part of the 2008 Berlinale Film Festival at the Grand Hyatt Hotel on Saturday in Berlin, Germany.

Crazy Quaid was joined by costar Matthew Fox and director Pete Travis.

Vantage Point opens in theaters nationwide on Friday, Feb. 22.

40+ pictures inside of crazy pill-popping Dennis QuaidMore Here! »

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Matthew Fox's Vantage Point

Matthew Fox arrives at Roissy Charles de Gaulles airport in Paris, France on Sunday.

Fox, 41, is in town to promote the Pete Travis-directed thriller Vantage Point, out Feb. 22. The film’s tagline is: “8 Strangers. 8 Points of View. 1 Truth.”

Vantage Point synopsis: Thomas Barnes (Dennis Quaid) and Kent Taylor (Fox) are two Secret Service agents assigned to protect President Ashton (William Hurt) at a landmark summit on the global war on terror. When President Ashton is shot moments after his arrival in Salamanca, Spain, chaos ensues and disparate lives collide. In the crowd is Howard Lewis (Forest Whitaker), an American tourist videotaping the historic event to show his kids when he returns home. Also there is Rex (Sigourney Weaver), an American TV news producer who is reporting on the conference. It’s only as we follow each person’s perspective of the same 15 minutes prior to and immediately after the shooting that the terrifying truth behind the assassination attempt is revealed.

While doing press for Vantage Point, Fox mentioned how he loves living in Hawaii: “I really don’t like to get the whole paparazzi thing just in my daily life – photographs of my kids and that type of thing – which happens, but it’s very rare. I think if I was living in Los Angeles it would be more difficult for me, so Hawaii has been good in that respect. There’s not a lot of paparazzi that want to do the 2500 mile trek into the South Pacific to get a picture of me walking on the beach. [laughs]”

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