What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

Every day, we scan through reams of spoilers for Gossip Girl (someone's gay) and Grey's Anatomy (someone is having a relationship, or not) just to find a few precious nuggets of scifi spoilerage. Today's results include a ton of details on the filming of the end of Lost season four, plus two new clips and some new stills. We found out what to expect from the second and third movies in the Iron Man trilogy (yes, already.) We have some minor spoilers for X-Files 2 and Battlestar Galactica. There are tons of pics from Indiana Jones and Spectacular Spider-Man. Plus, if you've actually been watching Kyle XY (like I have) there's a spoiler that will make you blow some fuses. Don't click the "More" unless you're a spoiler whore.

Indiana Jones:

Here are a bunch of stills and production photos from Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, some of which are new and some of which are just much higher resolution than before. Not terribly spoilery, except that there's quicksand. And skeletons who aren't crystal. [Slashfilm]

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

Iron Man:

There's a scene in Iron Man where inventor Tony Stark's best friend Jim Rhodes looks at the Mark II Iron Man armor and says to himself, "Next time, baby." This is fueling speculation that the next movie would see Rhodes suiting up as War Machine — or, more likely, replacing Tony as Iron Man for a while first. And you won't see the way the movie introduces superspy organization S.H.I.E.L.D. coming, either. And there are tons of hints about uber-villain The Mandarin, who's not in this film. Also, the movie's end credits include animations that reference War Machine. [Rotten Tomatoes, via Cinematical]

And there are tons of hints that the next two movies in the would-be trilogy will address Tony's alcoholism (a big theme in the later comics) and Rhodes' arc on the way to becoming War Machine. [Moviefone]

And here's an incredibly boring behind-the-scenes video about Iron Man, in which director Jon Favreau points at a bunch of empty rooms and said, "this was where we shot the cave scenes, but we already took those sets down. This was his workshop, but it's been dismantled now." It includes some footage from the movie, but it's mostly stuff you've seen before. [MySpace]

X-Files: I Want To Believe:

World's most minor spoiler: Someone got a copy of the X-Files: I Want To Believe script and said the following three words appear on page 17: "believe," "visions," and "cigarette." [Thanks to Ewan]

Battlestar Galactica:

Nana Visitor (Kira from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) talked a bit about her role in episode six of Battlestar Galactica, as a fellow cancer patient who drives President Roslin nuts. "I'm dying and losing my hair. Talk about looking bad." She's not a Cylon, but her character does give "a glimpse of the other side, [what happens] when you die." [Jonja.net, thanks Chris]

Spectacular Spider-Man:

Here are some stills from this Saturday's Spectacular Spider-Man, which introduces the Green Goblin, and includes a big role for Mary-Jane Watson.

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

Lost:

At least one of the stars of Lost was in an "altered state" when E! Online visited the set recently. And Charlie puts in an appearance in next week's episode.

Meanwhile, the show just filmed the scene where the Oceanic Six arrive back in civilization, via a military transport plane. (And it sounds like they land in Honolulu, so Hawaii can actually play itself.) In another scene, the Six hold a press conference and are confronted by a very skeptical group of reporters, who have lots of questions and get some misleading answers. Also present at the press conference: Margo Shepherd and David and Carmen Reyes. The press asks:

Ms. Austen, how old is Aaron? Ms. Kwon, what happened to your husband? Mr. Reyes, what of your fortune, and this hefty airline settlement?
Also, they ask Hurley a question which comedians and fans have asked since season one, and it raises his hackles. Sayid "toes the line, but isn't happy about it." And the Six mention at least three characters who died in the first few seasons.

And here are more stills from the May 8 episode, showing Locke (and Claire?) in Jacob's Cabin, plus some goings-on on the freighter. [Spoilers Lost]

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

What Happens After The Oceanic Six Get Home?

And here are two clips from next week's episode, "Something Nice Back Home":


Kyle XY:

Mark, that cute DJ who's been making a move on Kyle's step-sister Lori, is actually working for Latnok, the morally suspect group of scientists. And Kyle is going to get shot in season three. [Spoiler TV]

Also, Jessi XX, Kyle's female counterpart, will be back in season three and learning more hard lessons. Her biological mom Sarah (Ally Sheedy!) may also be back. And Kyle will come face-to-face with the scientists who created him, and have to deal with the fact that they're "not working with him." Kyle's relationship with his biological father Adam will be "doled out in pieces." Kyle's whole story arc has been planned out in advance, and may take him all the way through college. [TV Week]