Daniel Dae Kim, otherwise known as “Jin Kwon”, is TV’s newest badass as detective Chin Ho Kelly on the new “Hawaii 5-0” reboot
Music Man! The adorable Jorge Garcia is the name, theme and face of Weezer’s latest album, which is aptly named after his “Lost” character, “Hurley.” He’ll also be guest starring on a November episode of “How I Met Your Mother.”
Sexy Ian Somerhalder – best known to “Losties” as Boone Carlyle is starring as the hottest vampire on TV in a little-known show called…”Vampire Diaries.”
Dominic Monaghan, who played rocker Charlie Pace, not only got to make out with Megan Fox in Eminem’s “Love the Way You Lie” music video, he’s also starring with Christian Slater in the 2011 film “Soldiers of Fortune”
Action man! Josh Holloway, the gorgeous and lovable “James Ford Sawyer”, is joining Tom Cruise in “Mission Impossible IV.” Hot!
Take a bite out of this! Maggie Grace — spoiled rich girl “Shannon Rutherford” — is joining R-Patz, K-Stew and the crew as vampire Irina in “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn”
Harold Perrineau — “Michael Dawson” — has hit the big time! He’s filming “The Hungry Rabbit Jumps” with January Jones, Nicolas Cage, Guy Pearce and Jennifer Carpenter!
Evangeline Lily — “Kate Austen” is trading in one gorgeous guy for another: she had “Jack” (Matthew Fox), and now she’s filming “Real Steel” with Hugh Jackman!
Michelle Rodriguez — “Ana Lucia Cortez” now co-stars with Hollywood hot mess Lindsay Lohan in Robert Rodriguez’s grindhouse film, “Machete”
You can see Elizabeth Mitchell — “Juliet Burke” — in “Answers to Nothing”, a drama starring Dane Cook and Julie Benz, later this year.
Nestor Carbonell — the mysterious “Richard Alpert” — is about to start filming “Cristiada”, a chronicle of the Cristeros War which was touched off by a rebellion against the Mexican government’s attempt to secularize the country, with Eva Longoria Parker in 2011.
Terry O’Quinn “John Locke” will join his “Lost” co-star Michael Emerson in another JJ Abrams produced show about former black ops cops
Michael Emerson “Ben Linus” will join his “Lost” co-star Terry O’Quinn in another JJ Abrams produced show about former black ops cops