Lost star Nestor Carbonell would "be the first to sign up" for a reboot

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Whether you loved or loathed the ending, there's no denying that Lost is one of telly's biggest phenomenons.

To celebrate 10 years since the show's final episode, two of Lost's stars, Nestor Carbonell and Henry Ian Cusick have revealed they are both ready to sign on the dotted line for a reboot.

In an interview with The Independent, Cusick, said it would be "really cool" to go back to that world again.

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"I think a reboot would be really cool. I'd be really excited to see what they did if any of us got asked back.

"I'd imagine they'd go with the island being the star, but you never know. I guess the obvious way would be Hurley and Benjamin Linus on the island.

"But yeah, I'd be up for it – it was a cool show and things are getting rebooted all the time."

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Carbonell said that the show changed his life and he would "be the first to sign up" for a reboot.

"I'd work with Damon [Lindelof], Carlton [Cuse] and that cast any time on any project, and if they found something meaningful to do beyond what they've already created – and it would be meaningful coming from them – then I'd be the first to sign up.

"Lost was a gift in so many ways – it changed my life, it changed my family's life; my wife has actually written a book that she'll publish next year about the show from her point of view.

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He added: "To come back to it in some other incarnation would be another gift."Since the show ended, other actors have opened up about their time on the show, with Evangeline Lilly admitting she really didn't like how her character Kate turned out.

"I always thought Kate was obnoxious. Not at the beginning – at the beginning, she was kind of cool. But as the show went on, I thought she became more and more predictable.

"I felt that my character went from being autonomous – really having her own story, journey and agendas – to chasing two men around the island. That irritated the shit out of me."

Lost is available to watch on Amazon Prime.

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