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The ratings for Once Upon a Time took another sizable dip last season but the show remained one of ABC's top shows. Will the numbers continue to fall or will they grow? Could the show be cancelled or is it a sure bet to be renewed for season five? Stay tuned.
Once Upon a Time follows the continuing adventures of fairytale characters who switch between their storybook world and Storybrooke, a small town in Maine. The ensemble cast includes Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Robert Carlyle, Colin O'Donoghue, Emile de Ravin, Jared S. Gilmore, and Michael Socha.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- typically around 11:30am »
Warning: This story contains spoilers from Once Upon a Time’s season four premiere. Read at your own risk.
Move over, Frozen: Once Upon a Time has introduced yet another Disney property into the mix.
When the ABC fairy tale drama returned for its fourth season, Rumple (Robert Carlyle) and Belle (Emilie de Ravin) missed out on the chaos of Elsa’s arrival in Storybrooke proper because they decided to take a small honeymoon in a mansion that conveniently appeared in town after the last curse. The identity of the previous owner is unclear, but Rumple definitely recognized an artifact in the dwelling, »
- Natalie Abrams
Expectations for the upcoming fourth season of Once Upon a Time have never been higher.
After three seasons of introducing various fairy tale figures from years past—including characters from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Peter Pan, Pinocchio and even The Wizard of Oz—the ABC drama is tapping into a property that was released less than a year ago: The highly popular Frozen.
When Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) returned from their time-traveling journey to the past in the season 3 finale, they unknowingly brought along a stowaway from Rumplestiltskins’s (Robert Carlyle) vault: Frozen’s »
- Natalie Abrams
Do you want to build a really big snowman? When “Once Upon a Time” returns for season four, life will be more than a little chilly for the residents of Storybrooke. Not only will the show be introducing Disney’s newest royals, “Frozen’s” Elsa and Anna, but the town will have to handle the consequences of where the season ender left off. From the premiere outside the El Capitan in Hollywood Sunday night, the cast and creators teased the upcoming challenges for the fantasy drama.
“Emma’s in a very vulnerable state at this point,” said Jennifer Morrison. When we last left the savior, she had succumbed to her feelings for Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) and had settled on remaining in Storybrooke with her family, something Morrison notes is a big step for the character. “She’s never really had a true home. There are all these relational »
- Shelli Weinstein
“Once Upon a Time” is kicking off season four with a dose of “Frozen,” transporting the beloved characters of the blockbuster Disney movie to the town of Storybrooke. Ahead of the Sept. 28 premiere, Variety talked to showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis to preview Anna (Elizabeth Lail) and Elsa’s (Georgina Haig) “Once” debut and find out what’s ahead for the rest of the fantasy show’s ensemble.
How will Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) adjust to a second chance at raising a child? Will Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) be able to maintain a relationship despite their differences (and similarities)? How will Belle (Emilie de Ravin) react when she realizes that Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) is keeping another secret from her? What will Regina (Lana Parrilla) do now that Robin Hood’s (Sean Maguire) lost love Marian (Christie Laing) has returned? »
- Laura Prudom
The Maze Runner will finally hit theaters this Friday, September 19th.
Published in October 2009 and based upon the first book in a bestselling series by James Dashner, the novel became a New York Times Best Seller and captured the imaginations of readers around the world. Fans have described it as a combination of Lord of the Flies, The Hunger Games, and the legendary television series Lost.
Books to film – especially young adult adaptations – are big bucks at the box office. Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games and The Twilight Saga franchises have collectively grossed more than $5 billion at the worldwide box office, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is the 10th highest-grossing film of all time.
Over the weekend, Variety reported:
- Movie Geeks
"This has been a long time coming," said Boyle. "There’s always been this long term plan for Trainspotting 2', if John can produce a decent enough script. I don’t think there will be any barriers to Ewan or any of the cast coming back.
"I think they’ll want to know that the parts are good so they don’t feel like they are letting anyone down. The reason for doing it again is that people cherish the original, people remember it or have caught up with it if they never saw because they were younger. So you want to »
- Michael Stevens
British tough-guy actor Ray Winstone is to discuss his craft and career at a BAFTA A Life In Pictures event on Oct 5. The event will take place at BAFTA’s headquarters in London’s Piccadilly.
Winstone’s association with BAFTA goes back to 1980 when he was nominated for Most Promising Newcomer for one of his earliest roles in drama That Summer!.
The actor first made an impact in 1977 playing a young offender in the controversial television drama Scum. He went on to star in British cult classics Quadrophenia, Nil By Mouth (for which he received his second BAFTA nomination), The War Zone and Sexy Beast.
His TV work has included BAFTA-winning Great Expectations, Emmy-winning Henry VIII »
(Cbr) The Hollywood Reporter premiered the new promo spot for ABC’s "Once Upon a Time," featuring "Frozen‘s" Queen Elsa (Georgina Haig) as she leaves her icy mark on Storybrooke. The teaser also features such characters as Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle), Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin), Prince Charming (Josh Dallas), Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue), Regina (Lana Parrilla) and Emma (Jennifer Morrison). Haig is joined for the "Frozen" storyline by Elizabeth Lail as Princess Anna, Scott Michael Foster as Kristoff, Tyler Jacob Moore as Prince Hans and John Rhys-Davies as the voice of Pabbie the Troll King. Elizabeth Mitchell, of "Lost" and "Revolution" fame, will also appear in an unannounced role related to the film. "Once Upon a Time" returns Sunday, Sept. 28. »
- TJ Dietsch, Comic Book Resources
Storybrooke is about to get Frozen. In a new Once Upon a Time season-four teaser exclusive to The Hollywood Reporter, Frozen's Elsa (Georgina Haig) passes through the town's landmark hangouts (Mr. Gold's shop, Granny's diner), leaving her chilly mark wherever she goes. Naturally, her unwelcome presence puts everyone — from Mr. Gold/Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) and Mary Margaret/Snow (Ginnifer Goodwin) to David/Charming (Josh Dallas) and Captain Hook (Colin O'Donoghue) — on edge. Though Elsa's face is never shown, her looming threat is powerful enough to get even Regina/Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla) to ready for the coming wrath. Just as the
- Philiana Ng
Thanks to a somewhat suspect series of sub-genres born out of horror cinema’s tendency to descend into an exploitative pit of B-Movie mediocrity, to many the genre at large has lost its bite over recent decades. Horror fans stand shaking atop a perilous precipice, debating whether to plummet into one of James Wan’s undeniably entertaining demon infested households – littered with creepy kids and their even creepier fondness for jump-scare inducing toy antiquities – or to skip dinner and experience a Smörgåsbord of torture porn delicacies. Thankfully studios aren’t as willing to give Eli Roth money these days and this ugly trend has been somewhat curbed – minus the upcoming The Green Inferno, which, in all fairness, looks rather tasty. Also, don’t forget the wealth of found footage which lay hidden in darkened attics and dank cellars, because in an age of Hi-def, Blu-ray movies and instant streaming services, »
- Brody Rossiter
Good news, Netflix’s very funny looking original animated show BoJack Horseman featuring the voices of Will Arnett, Aaron Paul and Alison Brie will appear on Netflix on Friday 22nd August just in time to binge watch over the bank holiday weekend.
From what I have seen so far it looks promising but then so did Hemlock Grove. Expect a full report next week. In related news, Netflix have announced a whole slate of stand-up comedy exclusive to its service after the success of the recent Aziz Ansari special. So the likes of Chelsea Handler, Jim Jefferies, Bill Cosby, Bill Burr and Chelsea Peretti will be adding stand up shows to streaming between now and December. I have only heard of a couple of these acts but there again one of the best things to do with an hour to spare is browse Netflix for its plentiful supply of stand-up »
- Chris Holt
As previously reported, E! Online delivered their latest spoiler chat session and dished out new spoilers for the upcoming "Once Upon A Time" season 4 in regards to Belle and Gold aka Rumpelstiltskin. It turns out that we'll see Gold and Belle be content in the very first episode. However, after that, things are going to take a downward spiral. In their spoiler chat reveal, they stated when asked if Bella and Gold will be happy: "Don't bet on it! Robert Carlyle (Gold) teases that they'll be content "maybe in the first episode, but then that's it." Wah! Emilie De Ravin (Belle) points out that Gold is "bipolar" and we shouldn't start thinking he's a good guy. Double wah! Oh, and I have no idea what this means, but when I asked what the trending hashtag might be for the season premiere, Robert said "#Dance." So clearly, Gold will twerk. Duh. »
Opening this weekend is the big screen adaptation of Lois Lowry’s The Giver. The 1993 Young Adult novel has quickly become a favorite among readers in the 20 years since it’s been published. While the adaptation is getting mixed reviews, there have been a number of stellar film adaptations that have surpassed readers’ expectations. With that in mind, we oriented our Netflix streaming guide around the best of book-to-film transformations.
Of Total Film’s 50 Greatest Book Movie Adaptations, we found 10 options worth streaming, plus a bonus: The Hunger Games — a film that relates purely based on the idea of being a dystopian novel turn big budget movie starring pretty young things.
Total Film’s greatest change from book to film: “Different story threads are told in the novel by a variety of characters, whereas Renton is »
- Stacy Lambe
Just because Once Upon a Time is a show about fairytale characters doesn't mean that the relationships can all have that fairytale happy ending so fast. Uneasy times are coming for a couple of relationships this season, as the cast previewed at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Jennifer Morrison, Colin O'Donoghue, Robert Carlyle and Emilie de Ravin sat down with reporters to discuss their characters' relationships. The honeymoon's not going to last for long for Rumple and Belle, and Emma and Hook's relationship can be described only as a Facebook status at the moment. »
The sequel may not be out for years, but "Frozen" fans don't have to let anything go yet. ABC's "Once Upon a Time" is bringing Elsa and pals back this fall. See some photos of the princess (played by Georgina Haig), who will appear when season four premieres September 28 on ABC. It also stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas, Jared S. Gilmore, Jamie Dornan and Robert Carlyle. See the new photos here: »
- Dave Lewis
If you're like us, you can't wait for the first day of every month, because you know that Netflix is going to add a ton of new movies and TV shows. You refresh your account over and over again at midnight, hoping that those titles listed in the "Recently Added" section update with something new and exciting rather than the same ol' titles you've been staring at for the last four weeks.
Well, lo and behold, we've gathered the most exciting movies and TV shows being added to America's most popular streaming service, straight from Netflix themselves.
"Rocky" fans will be pumped to know that the first five boxing flicks (sorry, "Rocky Balboa" fans) will be added August 1, joining other '70s, '80s, and '90s movie favorites "Face/Off" (slow-motion doves!), "Mad Max" (apocalyptic leather!), "Spice World" (spice up your life!), "The Birdcage" (Calista Flockhart was in this, »
- Tim Hayne
San Diego - As 'Once Upon A Time' gears up for its fourth season, the cast made an appearance at San Diego Comic-Con to tease the future of Storybrooke's citizens. Newlyweds Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) and Belle (Emilie de Ravin) joked about their fallout when season three secrets are inevitably revealed. "I could just take them off [Belle's stilettos] and use them as weapons," de Ravin said. But when it comes to the biggest secret — the arrival of "Frozen's" Elsa — even the stars are in the dark. Carlyle admitted Rumple's history with Arendelle's queen is a mystery. "There's a lot of things in that vault I had no idea about. I genuinely don't know. Obviously he knows her, she knows him […] but I don't yet know what that relationship is," he said. On the subject of Rumpelstiltskin's tendency to keep volatile things under lock and key, de Ravin has a plan to keep »
- Donna Dickens
The cast and creators of ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” enchanted Comic-Con’s Ballroom 20 on Saturday morning, bringing exec producers Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz along with stars Josh Dallas, Jennifer Morrison, Colin O’Donoghue, Jared Gilmore, Lana Parrilla, Emilie de Ravin and Robert Carlyle.
The panel also gave fans a preview of the season four premiere, including the first look at “Frozen’s” Anna and Elsa. The clip showed Anna and Elsa joining hands and visiting their parents’ graves, laying flowers by the stones. “Anna, they would be so proud of you,” Elsa says.
“Both of us, Elsa,” Anna corrects. Elsa says she has a surprise for her sister, and Anna admits that “surprises tend to be hit and miss in this family.”
“You’ll like this one, I promise — it’s for your wedding,” Elsa smiles.
A second clip was shown of Regina going down into the »
- Laura Prudom
Is Once Upon a Time‘s Evil Queen back with a vengeance?
A sneak peek at the ABC drama’s Season 4 premiere, screened at the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, suggested as much, as Regina sought out a familiar frenemy.
“I need my mirror,” she declares, visiting Giancarlo Esposito’s entrapped adviser. “There’s someone standing in the way of my happiness. I need your help getting rid of them.”
Video Once Upon a Time Stars Preview ‘Passion,’ a ‘Complicated’ Triangle, Hook’s New Look, Cool Frozen Twists
Is Regina’s heartbreak, brought on by the return of Robin Hood’s “dead” wife Marian, »
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