Honestly, probably the biggest sigh of relief was when I first met Matthew.He seemed so uninterested in me, like absolutely unfazed that we were meeting,” she laughs.
I swear, the way Evangeline looks at Fox, is not platonic. I've looked up pictures with her and Josh and there is none of that.
Do others think that Evangeline and Fox may have had an affair?
It definetly looks like the 30-year-old actress has been using the show as her personal dating service: she dated co-star Dominic Monaghan for three years before breaking up in 2007 and now she is reportedly dating a production assistant from the show named Norman Kali.
A source says that although Evangeline and Dominic had a hot on-set romance, her newest boyfriend is the total package: “he’s handsome, strong and buff […] he loves the outdoors and has a great sense of humor.” Gee, he sounds…exactly like Sawyer.
For the role she underwent lessons in archery, as well as the fictional Elvish language.
She's also branched out into writing, releasing the children's book 'The Squickerwonkers' in 2013, with the intention of making it into a series.
Five years on from the dramatic - not to mention divisive - series finale, which revealed that the root of the mystery was actually something producers had been denying since series one, the cast have mostly gone on to great things, starring in a real mixed bag of films and TV shows.
Going from one successful fantasy-based franchise to another, Evangeline recently starred as a new character, Tauriel, in the 'Hobbit' films 'The Desolation of Smaug' and 'The Battle of the Five Armies'.
“ He was like ‘Oh,yeah, OK,hi,’ and he just moved on with his conversation he was in the middle of. Matthew Fox: I really enjoy social boozing, and what I enjoy about it is when people I know and care about say and do things they normally wouldn’t say or do, to make that happen I’ll instigate anything.
Difficult as it is to believe, it’s now been over a decade since ‘Lost’ first burst onto our screens, with its unforgettable opening episode showing Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 crashing onto a mysterious island, where a bunch of strangers had to come together to survive.
Over the next six years, the series took us on an exciting - and slightly bewildering - journey that included (in no particular order) polar bears, mysterious black smoke, recurring number sequences, a giant statue of a foot and so many close-up shots of eyes that watching the show was akin to getting a Saturday job at Vision Express.