6 items from 2012
Will Emma and Mary Margaret make it back to Storybrooke? What about Cora and Hook? Will Charming emerge from his sleeping spell? Will good triumph over evil?
With so many questions, and with a little help from the Once Upon a Time cast after time spent on its Vancouver set, TV Fanatic is here to help you sort out the major questions going into Sunday's midseason finale, "Queen of Hearts."
Will Snow finally get out of that pink sweater?
“I want to burn that sh-t,” said Ginnifer Goodwin, admitting she didn’t take into account how being trapped in the fairytale world would limit Snow to a single article of clothing. “In the first episode, I decided because it was probably 70 degrees out that I needed to lose my winter coat because it was just too damn hot that day... and had I held on to my winter coat, »
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Mirror Mirror, 2012.
Directed by Tarsem Singh.
A princess enlists the aid of seven dwarves to win back her birthright from an evil queen who has seized control of the kingdom.
Looking back, if you had asked me to pick which of the two Snow White adaptations that came out this year would be good, based only on their trailers, I would have picked Snow White and the Huntsman, the dark and gritty reboot with a visual aesthetic reminiscent of The Lord of the Rings, over Mirror Mirror, which looked like a campy, slapstick and, above all, childish retelling from mixed-bag director Tarsem Singh.
However, accusing a children’s film of being childish is quite unfair, and Mirror Mirror is a children’s film, but a really well made one. With its simple narrative and broad comedy, »
Guy Pearce has been dabbling in some science fiction recently with that Ted talk for Prometheus, and now he’s doing some more science fiction in Lockout. Lockout tells the story of Snow, a man wrongly convicted of murder and espionage, but he is offered his freedom. Freedom of course comes with a price, and this one is quite hefty. The Presidents daughter has been taken hostage in a prison, full of the worst criminals known to man. These dudes are so bad ass, that they safest place for them is to put them into a cryo-stasis sleep….thousands of miles above the earth..in outer space. Will Snow save the Presidents daughter? Will the Presidents daughter get saved? And is there any space soap in the showers? Lockout moves along at a fairly consistent pace, and doesn’t really rest on its laurels, because before you know it, Snow »
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Once Upon a Time Spoilers: The Rift Between the Queen and Snow White Will Be Revealed in April
Once Upon a Time fans have gotten hints that some particular moment in time caused a terrible and damaging rift between the Evil Queen and Snow White. Since that event, the Queen has loathed Snow, who became her step-daughter and who she eventually tried to have killed when Snow's father died (but was actually killed by a plan hatched by the Queen). But the question on everyone's mind is "what was that event that caused the rift?"
Well, the show plans to reveal this to us in the April 1 episode of Once Upon a Time. In that episode, titled "Stable Boy", Barbara Hershey will be guest starring as the Queen's mother, Cora. In the fairytale world, we'll see the Queen's life before she became evil, but it is a defining moment in her life, »
Once Upon a Time Photo Preview: Prince Charming Tries to Help Snow White
Remember in a previous episode of Once Upon a Time when Snow White broke Charming's heart by telling him that she didn't love him so that the King wouldn't kill him? Later, she went to live with the dwarfs and told Grumpy she wouldn't take the potion from Rumplestiltskin that would help her forget her love for Charming. Unfortunately, she did decide to take it and when one of the dwarfs told her that Charming had called off his wedding to Abigail, she didn't remember who he was.
That potion didn't just make her forget her love for Charming, it also made her slightly unhinged, as we'll learn in the March 18 episode of Once Upon a Time. Titled "Heart of Darkness", the episode finds Charming racing against the clock to stop Snow White from assassinating the Evil »
ABC/Jack Rowand Scene from the “Once Upon a Time” episode titled “7:15 A.M.”
Maybe it’s the curse wearing off, but the use of parallel worlds and stories is better and better, sometimes even gesture to gesture. It’s about Snow and thwarted love this week, and that’s always compelling.
We open with motorcycle hottie evading Henry’s questions, in front of his house. Regina is upset.
A storm is brewing. Mary Margaret rushes to get to »
- Gwen Orel
6 items from 2012
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