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For the cast of “Once Upon a Time” bringing new life to classic characters is a gift that keeps on giving. The cast of the fairytale drama took to the carpet at the show’s season four premiere Sunday at the El Capitan, and talked about what it’s like to continue adding to classic but evolving mythology.
“As an actor it’s all you want,” exclaimed Rebecca Mader, who stared in the back half of season three as the Wicked Witch Zelena, out for vengeance against half-sister Regina. “You get the chance to show all the dimensions – the reasons why a character’s become what they’ve become. I love that they gave that to Zelena.”
As opposed to making villains on the series strictly the big bad, “Once Upon a Time’s” writers have developed a reputation for showing something more recognizable in the backstories of their characters, »
- Shelli Weinstein
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
Welcome back to the red carpet, Ginnifer Goodwin! The star shined brighter than ever when she attended the Once Upon a Time premiere at Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre. Goodwin paired a Marni Fall 2014 top with a black floral jacquard skirt from the label's Pre-Fall 2014 collection. She accessorized with a Marni belt, a clutch and Christian Louboutin pumps. The outing marked the first time Goodwin made an official public appearance since before she gave birth in May. Other cast members who attended included Robert Caryle, JoAnna García Swisher, Jared S. Gilmore, Elizabeth Lail, Bailee Madison, Jennifer Morrison, Colin O'Donoghue, Lana Parrilla and Jessy Schram. Though they began filming the »
“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
In a companion piece to rankings of TV actor popularity, a new survey also reveals the most liked actresses currently working on the small screen. Like her "NCIS" co-star Michael Weatherly, ("NCIS"), Pauley Perrette is beloved by her fans with an impressive Q score of 31 (Q scores have long been used by marketers for advertising effect). The actress in second place with a score of 30 is A.J. Cook ("Criminal Minds"). Then comes Emmy winner Mariska Hargitay ("Law and Order: Svu") with a 29. Others in the top 10 include: Emily VanCamp ("Revenge"), Bellamy Young and Kerry Washington ("Scandal"), Kaley Cuoco ("The Big Bang Theory"), and Jennifer Morrison ("Once Upon a Time"). The Wrap -Break- Former cast member Darrell Hammond is returning to "Saturday Night Live." He will be the new voiceover announcer for the show's opening after the death of the legendary Don Pardo last month. Hammond...' »
Josh Hutcherson defends his Hunger Games co-star, Mila Kunis makes business deals despite being ready to pop, Andrew Garfield reveals he wasn’t pleased with the final production of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and more of today’s First Dibs.
Josh Hutcherson defends Jennifer Lawrence regarding her nude photo leak, saying: “We’re people too man, we just want to live, we just want to be normal people, it’s not fair.” [Huffington Post] How is Mila Kunis prepping for giving birth? By selling her $3.8 million L.A. mansion. [Life & Style] Why wasn’t Andrew Garfield happy with the final cut of The Amazing Spider-Man 2? [Moviefone] Best Week Ever alum Michael Che will replace Cecily Strong as the Weekend Update anchor on Saturday Night Live. [Us Weekly] Julianne Hough gets ready to be a judge on Dancing With the Stars, posting: “Who’s ready? #judge #dwts @dancingabc #3days #whatshouldIwear?” How do you think she’ll do? »
- Taylor Ferber
The fall TV season kicks off next week, and the merry-go-round of old shows, new shows, and shows that smell like old dog bones, returns. How do you choose what to watch? Your schedule shouldn’t feel like a haphazard grab-bag of shows you already love, that one show you always meant to check out, and a handful of new ones you remember reading about. I’ll be breaking down for you all this week my 5 picks for the new season by genre, a mix of old and debuting shows. Here are my five picks for romance.
1)The Mindy Project. Mindy Lahiri, the doctor with a retort for everything, returns, and this time she’s in a relationship with gruff, good-hearted co-worker Danny Castellano. Can the bickering, chemistry-laden couple make it work? The new season features a great line-up of guest stars including Scandal showrunner Shonda Rhimes, Fargo’s Allison Tolman, »
- Claire Hellar
(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
Looks like things are getting pretty frosty in Storybrooke. Once Upon a Time has released its first teaser trailer featuring Elsa of Frozen, and the 30-second clip of the popular Disney character passing through Storybrooke's signature landmarks show the locations' feeling, well, left out in the cold. The ABC fantasy show made waves in July when it announced it had cast its Elsa, Fringe actress Georgina Haig, for its fourth season. (The show cast its Hans and Pabbie a few weeks later.) The trailer, which debuted on the Hollywood Reporter site, also shows that some characters are perhaps less thrilled »
One should never assume that anyone is actually dead on ABC's “Once Upon a Time.” Case in point: Kristin Bauer van Straten will reprise the role of Maleficent on the show's upcoming fourth season, a show representative told TheWrap. She's booked for a recurring role with a large story arc. See photo: First Look at ‘Frozen’ Princess Anna on ‘Once Upon a Time’ Based on the Wicked Fairy from the fairytale, “Sleeping Beauty,” Maleficent was apparently killed by Emma (Jennifer Morrison) on the Season 1 finale. Van Straten most recently wrapped seven seasons on HBO's “True Blood” as tough as nails vampiress, »
- Jethro Nededog
The Emmy Awards aren’t till Monday, Aug. 25, but the celebrations start early. Variety will be on hand inside the best parties around Hollywood as the stars mingle, nibble and toast to TV’s finest. Here’s our party report for Saturday, Aug. 23:
11:10 a.m. “Nashville’s” Rayna James is “a woman that we need to see in country music,” says honoree Callie Khouri at the Women Making History Event, presented by the National Women’s History Museum and Glamour Magazine, at the Skirball Center. (She also teases that the “Nashville” premiere is going to feature two live performances in the show.) She thinks it’s incredible to see more women directing TV and as showrunners. “Nashville” boasts a largely female writing staff and women in main storylines.
11:36 a.m. Sophia Bush, also being honored, stops to blush when her mom stands behind the press snapping photos »
- Cynthia Littleton, Laura Prudom and Shalini Dore
A while back, it was reported that the 2011 Hollywood film Warrior featuring Tom Hardy, Sean McAnallen, Joel Edgerton, Jennifer Morrison, Frank Grillo and Nick Nolte would soon be remade in Bollywood. The said remake would feature Akshay Kumar, Sidharth Malhotra, Jackie Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez.
Now we hear that the film has since been renamed to Brothers. Tweeting about the same, Karan Johar, whose Dharma Production will be co-producing the film with Lionsgate and Endemol India, posted, "Dharma Productions, Lionsgate, Endemol India present 'Brothers' directed by Karan Malhotra and starring Akshay Kumar, Sidharth Malhotra, Jacqueline Fernandez and Jackie Shroff. Releasing Oct 2nd, 2015."
The original film directed by Gavin O'Connor show the story of two brothers, one a former Marine and the other a former Ufc fighter-turned-schoolteacher, »
Director: Steven Quale
Running Time: 89 minutes
Synopsis: Storm trackers, thrill-seekers, and everyday townspeople document an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes touching down in the town of Silverton.
Never since the cult classic Twister have the movie studios really dared to throw their money into the turbulent world of tornado thrillers, without sharks. Into The Storm doesn’t mess around with the genre and although struggles to develop interesting dialogue, it ties down a basic narrative for specific purposes. Basically, it’s time for the small American town of Silverton to be ravaged by tornadoes for what will become the biggest storm in history, which comprises of a mammoth 300-mph monster in the grand finale but, I promise you, that’s not a spoiler unless you haven’t seen a trailer.
Beyond the »
- Dan Bullock
A tap-dancing Christopher Walken sounds great and all, but NBC's upcoming Peter Pan Live! could have had a very different Captain Hook: Once Upon a Time's "Hook" himself, Colin O'Donoghue! "I auditioned and did my my best Christopher Walken impression," Colin tells me, "but it didn't work. They went for the real thing." Once fans might argue that Colin would make for a better (more swoon-worthy) Hookster, but fear you not: The 33-year-old Irish actor will have his hands full this season on his ABC series, what with the aftermath of that epic kiss in the season finale with Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison). And oh, how there will be swoonage. Can we call it Swan swoonage? Yeah, »
The stories you grew up with are true. The residents of Storybrooke are living proof. Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz (Fox's Lost) invite you to a bold new vision of the world where fairytales and the modern day are about to collide. Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison) knows how to take care of herself. She's a 28-year-old bail bonds collector who's been on her own ever since she was abandoned as a baby. But when the son she gave up years ago finds her, everything will change. Henry (Jared Gilmore) is 10 years old now and in desperate need of Emma's help. Henry believes that Emma actually comes from an alternate world ... and is Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) and Snow White's (Ginnifer Goodwin) missing daughter. According to his book of fairytales, they sent her away to protect her from the »
- Pietro Filipponi
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. »
Together at last! As the excitement builds for the upcoming Frozen arc on ABC‘s Once Upon a Time, we have the first picture of sisters Anna (Elizabeth Lail) and Elsa (Georgina Haig) together, and don’t they just look perfect? We’ll keep you posted on the latest for Once Upon a Time, starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh […] »
- Jess Orso
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
Recently, TV Line chatted up some of the castmembers of "Once Upon a Time" at the big 2014 Comic-Con event in San Diego,CA to get some new season 4 spoiler teasers. It turns out that the whole Regina and Emma tension isn't going to get as bad as expected, and more (video below). In the new clip, Jennifer Morrison and Lana Parrilla explained that their characters ,Emma and Regina, will end up, being more calm about the whole Robin Hood issue than was previously expected. Regina is going to understand that it was a mistake as opposed to an attempt to ruin her happiness. Emma and Hook will engage in some additional passionate activities to kick off the new season. They hinted about it getting very cold aka Disney's Frozen Elsa's arrival. They concluded by saying how much the Frozen characters added to their show, and more. Check it out,below. »
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