Hola a todos
Traigo fotillos y mas mierda de noticias, es que este tipo del Olmont o como se escriba en honor a las palabras de Rusita es un HUEVON COMPLETO
y todavia se hecha porras por el maravilloso final que ha hecho y no se arrepiente de haber realizado LA CAGADA MAS GRANDE DE LA TV
Ha este tipo no lo contrataran ni para hacer los logos de los partes matrimoniales,ya que es un total cadaver en el mundo del entretenimiento
Insisto solo vere como es Relen cariño PRISON BREAK : El Insulto Final. por el Wenty POR LA MADRE MIA QUE BOMBON , esta BELLO BELO BELLO MAS QUE EL FIRMAMENTO CON UN MILLON DE ESTRELLAS
OJO si no salen las fotos, pido ayudita de las expertas.................ahora las palabras del HUEVON con su traducion
Todo esto gracias al foro prisonbreak.net
Burning Questions Answered
Posted by b3rt4 at Saturday, May 16, 2009 (Comments: 82)
Labels: Interview, TV Guide
Fox's Prison Break wrapped up its four-year run (and run, and run, and run...) on Friday night, as Michael finally decided into whose hands he could entrust Scylla. Along the way, a pair of familiar faces resurfaced, justice was meted out, and, in a four-year flash-forward, a variety of fates were revealed.
It was during that epilogue that the producers uncorked one final — and fatal — twist. If you have finished watching the two-hour series-ender, read on for executive producer Matt Olmstead's answers to the burning questions you likely have.
TVGuide.com: At what point during the four-year run did you decide that Michael would die in the end?
Matt Olmstead: At the beginning of this season, we had a debate about it. I was on NYPD Blue and I came on during Season 6, which was Jimmy Smits' last arc — and it was some of the best TV ever. They had the thought that when a character goes that's beloved, if you drop a safe on his head, the audience is going to hate you, because they haven't had a chance to mourn. So let's show up early that the character has a [health] problem. [NYPD Blue creator] David [Milch] did it brilliantly [with Smits' character dying of heart failure], and I always remembered that. So when we met with the writers after the [WGA] strike, we asked ourselves: Is Michael going to last? Either way, let's [give him] a nosebleed in Episode 1. That way we can kind of suggest that something's up, and it also gives us the opportunity to play some scenes — if we want to go down this road — where Sara can mourn it, Lincoln's aware of it, and the audience is aware of it. Then they too have a chance to mourn the loss.
TVGuide.com: What was Wentworth Miller's take on the matter?
Olmstead: He ultimately liked it. He had heard rumblings, and when that script went out, a complimentary email came back from him, because he saw the merits of it. The idea of Michael not making it stemmed from a conversation he and I had in Season 2. He said that at this point [Michael's] hands were as dirty as anyone's, and that was something we addressed along the way, this mounting guilt. "I broke my brother out of prison, the ramifications of which have included people getting killed" — neither he the actor nor the character were ignorant or dismissive of that. So the idea of a finale where [in the coda] he doesn't make it but everyone else does was the right ending for him as an actor. For Michael to have traipsed off into the sunset with Sara may have seemed a little like, "Hey, good for you guys."
TVGuide.com: But the network fought you on the death, right?
Olmstead: It was split over there; half the people wanted to see Sara and Michael together, and half saw the merit in Michael not making it. Once they saw the scripts, they agreed unilaterally that it was the right move to make.
TVGuide.com: It should be noted that Michael is alive in Prison Break: The Final Break (a two-hour standalone movie slated for a July 21 DVD release).
Olmstead: Right. The Final Break takes place shortly after everyone's exoneration, so we go back and see Michael alive.
TVGuide.com: That was a nice little wink you had there with Michael Jr. getting a fake tattoo.
Olmstead: Yeah, it was [writer/co-executive producer] Nick Santora who had that idea.
TVGuide.com: Let's talk about the returns. Did Paul Adelstein (now on Private Practice) foresee your phone call coming? I have always told him that Kellerman would one day resurface.
Olmstead: I've run into him occasionally, and I'd say, "One day you'll get a phone call." He was always enthusiastic about it. We didn't know obviously what the storyline was going to be, but we increasingly wanted to save it for the finale.
TVGuide.com: Rockmund Dunbar [who plays C-Note], I have to imagine, was a bit more surprised.
Olmstead: I think so. We knew that this was [the end], and who did we the writers want to see back? Who would make a nice impact in terms of the viewers? We didn't want to just bring him back in a service role; we wanted him to come back for a plot twist.
TVGuide.com: Did you consider bringing back Patricia Wettig's disgraced President Caroline Reynolds?
Olmstead: No, no.... That character is done.
TVGuide.com: And were none of the various Maricruz actresses available?
* la muert d michael se planeó desd el inicio d la temporada, fue por eso q nos fueron preparando dejándonos saber q él estaba enfermo
* went apoyó la idea pues considera q todo lo q michael comenzó costó muchas vidas y por lo tanto él no veía un final feliz para su personaje
* la televisora en un comienzo insistió en un final feliz pero al final cedieron
* hablan sobre el regreso sorpresivo d c-note y kellerman, y sobre q no tenía caso traer d vuelta a la expresidenta reynolds ni a maricruz.
*q el propio robert knepper consideró q el final q tuvo t-bag fué el mejor pues según él no podían matarlo por q la gent lo ama pero tampoco podía qdar libre pues eso le quitaría meritos al trabajo d michael quien no podría dejar a un mounstro como él suelto (como se demostro al final d la temporada 2).
* en el Final Break se verá más sobre como mahone se relaciona con lang
Segimos este HUEVON no tiene Madre
Why'd you have to kill him?!
MATT OLMSTEAD: It started as a discussion with Wentwoth [Miller] around Season 2. He brought up a good point: His character's hands are as dirty as anyone's. If you look at the initial act that he committed -- robbing a bank to get into prison to break his brother out -- there were ramifications to that; a lot of people got hurt. Not by them, but when they rattled the cage of the company that was after them, the body count started to pile out. And Michael was aware of this. And we've addressed his guilt throughout the show. But at a certain point, it felt nobler to have the character die so that others could live. It just felt a little weird for us to have Michael and Sara holding hands on the beach walking away -- though that would be gratifying in the moment. Knowing that there was pretty much a scorched path behind them in terms of what happened, [having him die] balanced the books for us. He also paid the ultimate sacrifice and, in doing so, everyone else close to him wa! s able to live, including his child.
Michael-Sara fans will argue that they deserved a happy ending after watching these two go to hell and back for four seasons. What would you say to them?
OLMSTEAD: For me, it is a happy ending. Look at the very first episode of the season when Michael realizes Sara's alive. They have a chance to run away, and they both elect not to because, as two people of conscience, they can't live with what they both now have experienced. And at the end of the finale, when they're on the beach and talking about the baby that's coming, that's a huge victory in that they both stood their ground and, with the help of other people, brought down the ultimate antagonist. So they have their moment.
Can we assume that we'll learn more about the ultimate sacrifice Michael made in the two-hour direct-to-DVD prequel movie [due July 28]?
OLMSTEAD: Yes, it dramatizes what happened to Michael. The nose bleed that reared its ugly head at the end of [tonight's finale] was a factor in his ultimate demise in that he knew that he probably didn't have that long to live, but it wasn't the sole factor. It informed certain decisions that lead to his demise.
The two-hour movie picks up right after the finale, right?
OLMSTEAD: Yeah, it takes place fairly soon after they're exonerated.
What's the premise?
OLMSTEAD: Sara is on the hook for [killing] Michael's mother and she gets locked up while pregnant. The tables are turnedâ€Š once a doctor in prison now imprisoned, and Michael's on the outside. The majority of the cast is back. It's Michael, Lincoln, Sara, Sucre, T-Bag, Mahone... all the heavy-hitters.
Seeing Paul Adelstein back as Kellerman was a nice surprise. How'd that come about?
OLMSTEAD: We reached out to Paul and pitched him the idea of what his character would be doing, and he liked it very much. And then I told him that we would be jumping ahead four years to show where all the characters are, and I asked him where he would want [Kellerman] to be; he was included in the [creative process]. We traded a lot of e-mails and the ideas ran the gamut. We ultimately arrived at what it was, which is he rose to a position of power, but that the widow of his [former] partner that he killed revisits him. In the scene I wrote, she spits on his shoes. [On the day of shooting], I got a call from the director, Kevin Hooks, and he said, "Paul's here, and he [thinks] she would spit in his face." And I said, "Have at it." So she spit in his face. And then he's in the limo afterward and you can see that private moment where [he realizes] he can never outrun his past. That's one of my favorite sequences in the flash-forward. He played the self-loathing and regret be! autifully.
Did you encounter any problems getting ABC to loan him to you since he's now on Private Practice?
OLMSTEAD: Everybody was very accommodating, and I think it all stems from a universal goodwill towards Paul as a person. He's a really good guy and people wanted to do him a favor. And we were able to get all his scenes done in one day.
Was there anyone you wanted to get back for the finale and couldn't?
OLMSTEAD: The only person we couldn't get was Marshall Allman, who played Lincoln's son. We would have loved to have gotten him.
Looking back on the four seasons, anything you would have done differently?
:OLMSTEAD: I don't have a whole lot of regrets. [Another journalist] wrote that we left it all out on the field by the end of the series, and I feel the same way. Every story was exhausted. Every creative juice wrung out. It was a completely worthwhile experience, and I know the other writers [agree]. It was a difficult show to pull off, and we did
TRADUCION DEL HUEVON
Wentwoth, tenía las manos tan manchadas d sangre como cualquier otro, y q no lo veían al final siendo feliz con sara además d q el saber q el murio para q otros pudieran vivir felices lo hace ver más noble y q si hubiera vivido no tendría tanto impacto.
*dice q a pesar d muchos se qjen del final en lo q a él respecta fué un final feliz pues micheal supero a sus enemigos, hizo todo lo q tenía q hacer y tubo un momento por breve q este fuera d disfrutar junto a sara.
* el sangrado d nariz q se vió en el último capitulo hizo ver a michael q probablement no tendría mucho tiempo, así q ese sangrado (y por consiguient el tumor q lo causa) sí son un factor en la muert d michael, pero aclara q no es el único y q podremos ver más del último sacrificio q michael hace en los prox capítulos.
* confirma lo d q sara será arrestada y encarcelada aún embarazada por el homicidio d christina
y aquí hago un comentario, para los q dicen q es ilógico q sara sea puesta tras las rejas después d ser exonerada, si recordamos sara fue exonerada de los cargos:
*ayudar a lincoln y a michael a salir d prision, pero fue perdonada al demostrarse la inocencia d lincoln y al ser michael perdonado.
*faltar a su libertad bajo palabra, pues kellerman aclaró q ella huyó para salvar su vida.
pero eso es todo d lo q ella fué exonerada en la 2a temporada y NO ha sido fujitava desd entonces (la compañía la perseguía pero no el gobierno), por lo cual puedo concluir q ella no tenía cargos en su contra cuando firmaron los papeles d la onu así q ¿d q la exhoneraron? ni siquiera estoy seguro d q haya firmado un papel pero aún si así fué no veo para q amenos q haya ido para igualment recibir protección o q se yo pero NO para arreglar su situación legal. Y si como mis fuentes aseguran (y d hacho es lógico pensarlo) krantz está detrás d su arresto pues no hay mucho q pueda impedir q sara sea arrestada, digo aún abruzzi tras las rejas seguía teniendo poder por la mafia, es d esperarse q krantz quien es mucho más poderoso e influyent aún tenga gran poder, eso sin mencionar q la compañía tenía a mucha gente trabajajando para ellos y al hacerlos perder scilla (muchos millones) aun sin q krantz lo pidiera creo q los q qdan libres querrían vengarse d michael. Pero es solo mi opinión y los invito a q me contradigan.
* la entrevista igual aclara q no pudieron tener a LJ para el gran final aunq ubieran querido q así fuera
Vete a la Conch..* de tu Ma...re, Huevon ...............dime Mahome se tiro a Abruzzi, Twiner, el loquito, casi mata a Cnot, mas los agentes de la compañia en Panama,creo que tambien al francesito de Sona y no contemos la 4ta temporada y tiene su final feliz.........joder cuanta sangre entonces tiene Mike que lo mataste............no mientas y di que mataste al Mike para que nadie te robara el negocio.
RIP MISA .............................WENTIGIRL FOREVER