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The Queen wants Snow, and she’ll stop at nothing to get her in a flashback on this week’s Once Upon a Time. “Information leading to Snow’s capture will be richly rewarded,” she tells a town of villagers. And for those who get in the way? “Kill them all — no mercy.”
Gulp. Watch the moment below in our exclusive clip:
The above is just a taste of the drama to come on this Sunday’s episode, airing at 8 p.m. Et. Here’s the official plot description:
With the aid of Hook, Regina attempts to put a plan »
- Sandra Gonzalez
This week on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, it was not “Thanks for the memories,” as Mr. Gold tried to clean up a mess Regina made with Belle. Elsewhere, Emma learned of her folks’ plan to move, and Tamara revealed her precious cargo.
Related | May Sweeps/Finale Preview for Once Upon a Time and More Shows
In Storybrooke…. | A bemused Regina learned that Rumple’s son Bae/Neal is Henry’s father, making the Dark One the lad’s granddad. “Apparently fate has a sense of humor,” Gold smiled. Regina, though, warned her foe that his fam won’t accept him, »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Robin Williams took to social media on Friday to join the chorus of his comic peers paying tribute to to late comedian Jonathan Winters. "First he was my idol, then he was my mentor and amazing friend. I'll miss him huge," Williams wrote on his Facebook. "He was my Comedy Buddha. Long live the Buddha." Also read: Steve Martin, Steve Carell, Pee-wee Herman Pay Tribute to 'Celestially Brilliant' Jonathan Winters Williams co-starred with Winters on the fourth and final season of ABC sitcom "Mork & Mindy." Winters, already one of Williams' idols at the »
- Greg Gilman
Jonathan Winters was remembered as a pioneer on Friday, as a number of comedians and actors took to Twitter to eulogize the veteran comic who died at the age of 87 on Thursday night in Southern California. "Goodbye, Jonathan Winters," tweeted Steve Martin shortly after the news of Winters' death began to spread. "You were not only one of the greats, but one of the great greats." "Comedy loses a King!" added Pee-wee Herman. "Jonathan was an influence on so many and there was nobody like him. Loved you, Jonathan!" Also read: Jonathan »
- Steve Pond
The Emmy-winning Sopranos alum has just booked a multi-episode arc on the seventh season of the Showtime comedy starring David Duchovny as Hank Moody. Imperioli is set to play Rick Rath, a “successful old-school television producer who will play a key role in Hank’s latest venture,” according to the network.
Production on the new 12-episode season of Californication is set to begin later this month and will air next year. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Production of ABC’s Once Upon a Time spinoff – rather disappointingly called Once Upon a Time in Wonderland – began this past Sunday, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t still more to learn about the project. While all the roles have been cast that require the physical presence of an actor, it’s not surprising to hear there will be voice-only parts, such as the White Rabbit. And anytime you have someone playing a non-human character, you want to cast someone capable of creating a character using just their voice, which is why it makes perfect sense Paul Reubens was given the task of bringing the white rabbit to life.
Deadline reported Reubens, who is best known for his Pee Wee Herman character, will voice the White Rabbit in the spinoff’s four-scene presentation. Reubens is a master at crafting his character around his vocal abilities and I have »
- Brody Gibson
For reasons that aren't completely clear, Denise Crosby will be the Celebrity Grand Marshall for the Boston Pride Parade. Crosby is most famous as Tasha Yar on Star Trek: The Next Generation, but if she's been an advocate for Glbt rights, I've missed it beyond appearing in Star Trek: Blood and Fire. Still gay geeks are no doubt thrilled.
Also from the geeky side, Nasa is planning to send a robotic space craft to retrieve an asteroid in 2019, pulling it into stable orbit past the moon, then send astronauts to study it. It's the ambitious type of exploration we've been missing.
Snoop Dog Lion doesn't think gays will ever be welcome in rap, or the locker room for that matter. "Frank Ocean ain't no rapper. He's a singer. It's acceptable in the singing world, but in the rap world I don't know if it will ever be acceptable because rap is so masculine. »
Throughout April, we're counting down to the release of Marvel's Iron Man 3 with our picks for the Greatest Comic Book Movies of All Time; here's #21...
Mystery Men, 1999.
Directed by Kinka Usher.
Starring Ben Stiller, William H. Macy, Hank Azaria, Greg Kinnear, Kel Mitchell, Paul Reubens, Janeane Garofalo, Wes Studi, Geoffrey Rush, Ricky Jay, Eddie Izzard, Lena Olin, Tom Waits, Claire Forlani, Dane Cook and Doug Jones.
Loosely based on the team created by Bob Burden as part of his Flaming Carrot Comics series, the film adaptation sees misfit superheroes Mr Furious (Stiller), The Shoveler (Macy) and The Blue Raja (Azaria) recruiting even more misfit superheroes in an effort to defeat the supervillain Casanova Frankenstein (Rush), who has escaped captivity and is holding the champion Captain Amazing (Kinnear) hostage. »
- Flickering Myth
Paul Reubens is lending his voice to the forthcoming Once Upon a Time spin-off, Once: Wonderland.
EW has confirmed the actor, best known for playing Pee-Wee Herman, will voice the White Rabbit, who is among several characters set to appear test presentation being pulled together by Once creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, with help from former River Ep Zack Estrin and Once writer Jane Espenson.
Set in pre-curse Wonderland, the project is set to film soon in Vancouver. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Paul Reubens has landed a role on ABC's "Once Upon A Time" spinoff.
With the "Once Upon A Time" spinoff pilot set in Wonderland before and after Regina's (Lana Parrilla) curse, fans should expect to see a familiar face. “We can’t imagine visiting that time in Wonderland and not seeing Cora as the Queen of Hearts," "Once Upon a Time" co-creator Adam Horowitz told TVLine.
The "Once Upon A Time" spinoff begins production in April and will likely air during "Once Upon A Time's" winter hiatus.
For more on Reubens' role in the "Once Upon A Time" spinoff, »
- Leigh Weingus
While the folks at ABC are pretty late! (late!) in finally creating an Alice-centric Once Upon A Time spinoff, the announcement that Paul Reubens will voice the White Rabbit in the pilot presentation of Once Upon A Time In Wonderland is ironically punctual, seeing as production is set to start in two days. The Rabbit himself will be a CGI creation, as opposed to a “Pee-Wee as the White Rabbit” kind of deal, which is unfortunate, because some novelty casting would probably enliven what otherwise sounds like yet another dark, “edgy” retelling of Alice In Wonderland. This new version takes »
Have you ever pictured the White Rabbit of "Alice in Wonderland" fame as having a Pee-Wee Herman voice?
Considering that the potential "Once Upon a Time" spinoff, "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland," has just cast Paul Reubens as the voice of its White Rabbit character, the Pee-Wee connection may soon become easy.
As first reported by Deadline.com, Reubens will provide the voice for the iconic character. The rabbit itself will be created using CG animation, as will many other characters in the show. Which voice Reubens -- most famous for the character, Pee-Wee Herman -- will use for the bunny is a mystery. Ralph Hemecker, a frequent director of "Once Upon a Time" episodes, is set direct the pilot from "Once" executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz.
"Wonderland" will, assuming the pilot moves forward, take viewers to the pre-curse fantasy world by that name. Alice (Sophie Lowe »
Paul Reubens is on his way to Wonderland.
The actor forever best known for his portrayal of Pee-Wee Herman will voice a CG version of The White Rabbit in the Once Upon a Time spinoff, Deadline reports.
As previously reported, the unusual project will be told from the point of view of Alice (Sophie Lowe) and be based in a pre-cursed version of Wonderland.
Filming on Once Upon a Time in Wonderland is expected to begin later this month, with the series set to run a limited number of episodes and likely air on ABC during the original show's weeks off. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland‘s White Rabbit has found his voice.
Paul Reubens, aka Pee-Wee Herman, will bring the CG character to life in the potential spin-off, our sister site Deadline reports.
Related | Once Upon a Time Season 2 Spoilers — Scoop on Robin Hood’s Arrival
The pilot presentation is told through the point of view of Alice (played by Sophie Lowe), who has a generous heart scarred by a hard life. Other characters featured in the project are Alice’s love interest Cyrus (Peter Gadiot), sardonic adventurer the Knave of Hearts (Being Human‘s Michael Socha) and the »
- Vlada Gelman
6 Dance Lessons in 6 Weeks
Jacki Weaver will star opposite Gena Rowlands in Arthur Allan Seidelman's touching indie comedy "6 Dance Lessons In 6 Weeks". Weaver will play the role of sassy vixen, Irene, one of the male lead's dance students.
The story follows a retired woman (Rowlands) who hires a handsome, energetic dance instructor (Cheyenne Jackson) to give her private dance lessons — one per week for six weeks — in her gulf-front condo in Florida. [Source: Deadline]
The story follows a woman (McCarthy) who, after losing her job and learning that her husband has been unfaithful, hits the road with her profane, hard-drinking grandmother (Sarandon). Janney would play McCarthy's mother. [Source: Variety]
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
Paul Reubens has signed on as »
- Garth Franklin
Angela Lansbury talking show tunes!
That's why you should be excited about a new season of Michael Feinstein's American Songbook.
FX has issued an apology to fans of The Americans who found their DVR recordings cut off early. The episode ran for 67 minutes but listings had the run time going for an hour, meaning many viewers missed vital scenes. FX is putting the full episode online for viewers to catch up.
Since I find Artie one of the more toxic characters on Glee, I didn't expect to be excited at the thought of meeting his mother, but she's going to be played by Katey Sagal (who was once one of Bette Midler's Harlettes) which suddenly has »
Exclusive Updated: One of Alice In Wonderland‘s signature characters, The White Rabbit, is hopping to ABC’s Once Upon A Time In Wonderland, and it will be voiced by Paul Reubens. Reubens, best known for his alter ego of Pee-Wee Herman, has joined the cast of the Once Upon A Time spinoff presentation, which will be directed by frequent Once director Ralph Hemecker. The project, from Once Upon A Time creators Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, is set in pre-curse Wonderland. The story is told through the point of view of Alice (Sophie Lowe) who has a generous heart but carries the scars of a long hard life. She is joined by Cyrus (Peter Gadiot), Alice’s love interest, and the Knave of Hearts (Michael Socha), a sardonic adventurer. The White Rabbit will be a CG character voiced by Reubens. Michael Sheen provided the voice for the White Rabbit in the 2010 Tim Burton movie. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Paul Reubens has signed on to provide the voice of the White Rabbit in ABC's upcoming "Once Upon a Time" spinoff, "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland." Deadline has the news, saying that Reubens will star opposite the previously-announced Sophie Lowe, Emma Rigby and Michael Socha. The show, which is set to shoot an abbreviated pilot presentation to test its series potential, will take place prior to the events of "Once Upon a Time" and the curse that transported the fantastical characters into the "real" world. The White Rabbit, based on the character from Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass," will be created through CGI. Best known for his work as Pee-wee Herman on the big »
Sequels are awesome, plain and simple. Returning to familiar characters and worlds we love is like covering yourself with a warm blanket, although when a sequel is bad it can be like a blanket covered in potato bugs and lice. Studios love sequels because seven times out of ten they open huge, no matter how good they are.
With that in mind, here's 50 of your favorite titles all preparing to get new installments. Some of them are deep into pre-production while others have barely gotten out of the pitch stages, but you'll be salivating at the thought of some of these sweet babies finally making their way to the screen.
Status: The law of diminishing returns seems to have caught up to Paramount's annual license to print money, and even though the last "Paranormal" grossed half its predecessor, producer Jason Blum is gonna »
- Max Evry
Voice actors include Seth Green as 'Batman', 'Robin' and 'Aquaman', Paul Reubens as 'The Riddler', Neil Patrick Harris as 'Two-Face', Alfred Molina as 'Lex Luthor', Nathan Fillion as 'Green Lantern', Megan Fox as 'Lois Lane' and Breckin Meyer as 'Superman'.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek the "Robot Chicken: DC Comics Special"...
- Michael Stevens
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