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“Nine years after an infection turns most of the humanity into rabid creatures, Patrick, Jack and Lu, a nine-year-old girl, survive in seeming peace and calm in the forgotten snow-covered town of Harmony. We nonetheless sense that something terrible happened between Patrick and Jack because a deep hate keeps them apart. When the creatures appear again, Patrick and Jack will have to leave behind all rancor to protect the one being who means more to them than anything else.”
Hey! I’m in the process of making a HUGE update on this site – I’ve been off these past months due to personal issues, but I feel better now. I apologize for the lack of updates
Matthew Fox provided some serious eye-candy for the female fans of Lost, when he starred as Jack Shephard.
Now, the heartthrob is going to set pulses racing once again with his new look body after losing an incredible 44lbs (20kg).
Matthew, 46, put himself through an intense workout to lose weight in order to fully embody his role as a serial killer in upcoming thriller Alex Cross, and could barely recognise himself when he saw the finished product.
In the Men’s Health December issue, Fox shares the secrets of his savage but safe regime and his motivation for pushing himself to the limit.
He told the magazine: ‘When I read the part, it felt immediately that my character [serial killer Picasso] is burning energy on almost a hyper level.
‘Without needing to spend any time in the gym he would just look like that.
‘Almost disturbingly vascular and tendony, and f*****g just… weird. That would come from an enormous amount of energy burning inside this guy.’
Matthew was not exactly in bad shape before the film, but he still shed nearly a fifth of his body weight for the role.
He said: ‘I didn’t want to lose weight unhealthily, but I didn’t know how to do it any other way.
‘I read somewhere that when Christian Bale was preparing for The Machinist he ate nothing but an apple a day for months. Just one apple. That can’t be good for you.’
To lose the 20kg of body fat, his diet consisted mainly of chicken breast, steamed broccoli and protein shakes made with water.
Although Matthew enjoyed watching himself on screen with his amazing new torso ripped and toned, he didn’t like the tough exercise program.
He told the magazine: ‘If I’m honest, sometimes I f*****g hated it. I guess if you removed the ‘result’ part of it then I can’t say I enjoyed it.
‘But I did enjoy the results, and it made the whole thing worthwhile. It’s an empowering thing to realise just how much control we have over our bodies.’
I like to keep my visitors updated on the news of my sites; so, as you know I’m in the process of moving the gallery to another one and what I’m doing now is uploading Lost captures. after that I will start with other Matthew works and then with the public appearances.
I saw some mistakes in the actual photogallery, that’s why I’m in the process of redoing it – as we have soooo many pics, it will take me sometime. in the meantime, this gallery will stay open – once I do all the redoing, I WILL DELETE IT.
Lost star Matthew Fox on his new film Emperor, supporting Arsenal and why he won’t return to TV
“The only reservation I would have about going back to doing television would be that structure again and that freedom being taken away from me”
It’s been a while since Matthew Fox was a regular feature on our television screens, gazing broodily into the camera as hunky doctor Jack Shephard in Lost. Three years on and he’s added a string of film roles to his eclectic CV, including his latest movie, Emperor.
Set in Japan at the end of the Second World War, Emperor sees Fox play military attaché Bonner Fellers, who arrives in the bomb-stricken country with General MacArthur (Tommy Lee Jones) and is tasked with determining whether Emperor Hirohito should be charged with war crimes.
Given just ten days to make his decision, Fellers’ choice had the potential to change history: under pressure to assign responsibility for Japan’s part in the war, he knew that the Emperor’s indictment and likely execution could have serious consequences among a people who believed their leader to be sacred.
Filmed last year in New Zealand and Japan, the film offered Fox the chance to bring the little-known Fellers back to life during a period so often omitted from our history lessons. RadioTimes.com found time during his fleeting visit to London to sit down for a chat about his experiences in Japan, why he’s avoiding a return to television and, er, Arsenal Football Club.
In Emperor you’re playing a real-life person, albeit one who is relatively unknown – did that change the way you approached the role?
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I just ask you for a little bit of time while I find all the updates needed, etc. So excited!!!