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“War isn't coming to Sleepy Hollow. It's been here all along,” John Noble (“Fringe”) says in the first promo for the second season of Fox's unexpected hit last fall. After being revealed as one of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse in the season finale, Noble joins the show as a full cast member for Season 2, so he can create as much mayhem as possible. Also read: Fox New Schedule: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Moves to Sundays; ‘Gotham’ Paired With ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Noble was also revealed as the long-lost son of Tom Mison's Ichabod Crane, adding a layer of tragedy for Mison as the child. »
- Jason Hughes
“Revolution's” demise is “Once Upon a Time's” gain. Giancarlo Esposito will return to the fairy-tale drama with the upcoming Season 4 premiere in the fall, a show representative told TheWrap. Also read: ‘Once Upon a Time’ Casts ‘Fringe’ Alum Georgina Haig as ‘Frozen's’ Elsa Esposito plays the Evil Queen/Regina's all-knowing Magic Mirror in the world of fairy tales. In Storybrooke, he plays Sidney Glass, the town's crooked reporter. The actor has spent the last two seasons on NBC's “Revolution,” playing the sometimes duplicitous military vet, Tom Neville. Fans will also know him as drug kingpin Gus Fring from “Breaking Bad. »
- Jethro Nededog
Hugh Jackman looks crazy.
The actor is currently playing Blackbeard in next year’s Peter Pan prequel Pan. Yup—everything in that last sentence proves that we’re living in the hilarious dystopia our greatest science-fiction writers warned us about. But don’t despair, because Jackman isn’t just playing Blackbeard: He’s also rocking a very distinctive Blackbeard look–bald head, elaborate beard–and he’s rocking it in public, mostly in the stands at Wimbledon. Here’s everything Hugh Jackman looks like now:
Walter White, Heisenberg Form.
- Darren Franich
With the buzzy sci-fi series Extant premiering tonight, high-rated returning fave Under the Dome on its way for later this summer, high-concept thriller Scorpion premiering this fall and James Patterson adaptation Zoo in the cards for the summer of 2015, CBS is in a pretty desirable spot right now. And the good news just keeps coming for the network, with word that CBS just inked a rich deal with streaming service Netflix so that the site can offer Zoo, adapted from the novel by Patterson and Michael Ledwidge, as soon as it finishes airing.
The pact is rumored to be even higher than the $900,000 Amazon is reportedly paying per episode of Under the Dome and Extant (which Netflix wanted as well). Intriguingly, whereas Amazon is able to put episodes of each of those series on its Prime Instant Video service four days after they air, Netflix has also agreed not to »
- Isaac Feldberg
When Playstation and Blockade Entertainment released the second trailer for the video game adaptation Heavenly Sword back in February, it still wasn't clear when this CGI-animated adventure will debut. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has released the third trailer with new footage, while setting a September 2 Blu-ray and DVD debut. The feature will also debut day-and-date on Sony's Playstation Network.
Anna Torv (Fringe) lends her voice to Nariko, the guardian of a mysterious sword with incredible powers, which is sought by the nefarious King Bohan (voiced by Alfred Molina). Take a look at the latest footage, along with the Blu-ray and DVD artwork for Heavenly Sword, which also features Thomas Jane voicing Loki.
A dramatic tale of revenge, Heavenly Sword centers on Nariko (Anna Torv), a trained warrior with flaring red hair, who gracefully possesses a titular, sought after blade with incredible powers. As the sword's guardian, she must face a megalomaniacal ruler, »
Elizabeth Mitchell is heading to Once Upon a Time. E! News has confirmed the Lost and Revolution star will guest star on ABC's fairytale drama in season four. Mitchell's character may be a villain and will have ties to the Frozen characters Once Upon a Time is bringing in for the upcoming fourth season. Once Upon a Time previously announced its Frozen actors: Elizabeth Lail will play Anna, Scott Michael Foster will take on the role of Kristof and Georgina Haig of Fringe fame will play Elsa. The events of the popular Disney movie will have already happened when the Frozen characters pop up on Once Upon a Time. Entertainment Weekly first reported Mitchell's casting. "Well, it's funny, »
After setting up a new "Frozen"-centric storyline at the end of last season, "Once Upon a Time" is kicking that plot into overdrive, and may have found its villain.
Entertainment Weekly reports that "Lost" and "Revolution" alum Elizabeth Mitchell is joining the series's fourth season in a "possibly malevolent" role, and is likely to play the antagonist to "Frozen" sisters Anna (newcomer Elizabeth Lail) and Elsa ("Fringe" star Georgina Haig). EW adds that the character has ties to the sisters, as well as their home of Arendell and "Once" setting Storybrooke.
"The events in 'Once Upon' are expected to take place after the events in last year's animated Disney hit," the site added.
The season four premiere will most likely focus quite closely on the "Frozen" storyline, as executive producer Adam Horowitz shared a photo of the episode's script on Twitter Monday, revealing that its title is "A Tale of Two Sisters. »
- Katie Roberts
Well, you wanted Elizabeth Mitchell on Once Upon a Time, and now you’ve got her — but playing whom?
Related Once Upon a Time Creators Preview Season 4′s Frozen Twist
Entertainment Weekly reports that the beloved Lost alumna has booked a Season 4 arc on the ABC series as a “possibly malevolent” character with ties to Frozen sisters Elsa and Anna, as well as to Storybrooke.
As previously reported by TVLine, Fringe‘s Georgina Haig will recur in at least nine episodes as the aforementioned Queen Elsa, while newcomer Elizabeth Lail will play the chillin’ royal’s younger sister Anna.
Ever since a blue-robed figure manifested out of a patch of sparkly ice at the cliff-hanger to Once Upon A Time's third season finale, the question of who the series would cast as Elsa from Frozen has done the rounds.
Following the news that relative newcomers Elizabeth Lail and Scott Michael Foster were joining Once in the roles of Anna and Kristoff from the animated Disney film, we also know who our Elsa will be: Georgina Haig.
Haig is best recognised around these parts as Peter and Olivia's daughter from Fringe, Etta (see below). Recent roles for the actress include the part of Paula Yates in an Inxs miniseries, and a recurring role in crime drama Reckless.
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According to a recent report from TV Line, the "Once Upon A Time" season 4 folks have finally casts their new Disney's Frozen Queen Elsa of Arendelle actress. She will be former Fringe starlette, Georgina Haig (left). In her Once Upon A Time incarnation, Elsa struggled to get her “chilling” powers under control. She also once unleashed an eternal winter upon her town. However, she eventually discovered that the key to keeping her powers in check, is love, particularly, her bond with younger sister ,Anna, and now she is aware of the threat she poses if she were to ever lose control of her magic again. Recently, the producers ,Adam Horowitz and Eddie Kitsis, gave a brief statement about the new Frozen twist, saying: "We are very well aware of how beloved Frozen is, so we’re very careful that we want to tell a story that is uniquely ours but »
ABC's Once Upon a Time promised a new set of characters by unveiling Elsa, the supernaturally gifted and psychologically wracked ice queen from Frozen in last season's finale. Georgina Haig, best known for her work as future daughter Etta from Fox's Fringe will play Queen Elsa, joining newcomer Elizabeth Lail, who will play her younger sister Anna, and Greek alum Scott Michael Foster as mountain man Kristoff. For us a more pressing question remains: What about Olaf? »
- E. Alex Jung
Whilst Marvel is pursuing an interconnected screen universe across film and television, DC isn't doing the same - opting for a shared cinematic universe but allowing separate adaptations of its comic titles for the small screen (aside from the "Arrow"/"Flash" linkage).
The upside of this approach is that the shows aren't hampered in the way something like "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is. The likes of "Gotham," "Constantine" and "Arrow" can essentially use whatever key characters and villains from the DC Universe they want without worrying about stepping on their big screen cousin's toes or lacking access to a character earmarked for future movies. Added to that, they can be completely different both tonally and visually to both their cinematic brethren and each other.
- Garth Franklin
I’ve been trying to wrap my head around the idea of Lifetime’s The Lottery. At least, I’ve been trying to imagine how a drama about a dark future for humanity would work on Lifetime. Here’s the first trailer for the series:
- Lyle Masaki
We have known for a while now that ABC is bringing Frozen to Once Upon a Time. Earlier this week they already announced Anna and Kristoff’s roles, now we know who will play Queen Elsa. Fringe‘s very own Georgina Haig has landed the big role. Elsa on Once Upon A Time will realize the power she has over her town and finds herself in need of keeping things in control. Clearly this won’t be easy for someone who doesn’t mind playing the role of a bad girl every now and then.
We can see that the writers are sticking true to good cast choices. All 3 stars resemble close to their animated version of the characters. It is nice seeing that they keep on keeping their versions close to the original. That will certainly help to make the show more believable for those who were fans of the film. »
- Sarah Peel
ABC's "Once Upon A Time" has cast its Elsa from "Frozen" -- actress Georgina Haig.
Executive Producer Adam Horowitz announced the news on Twitter on Thursday.
"Please welcome our Elsa -- @GeorginaHaig," he Tweeted. " Thrilled to have you join the #OnceUponATime family! #Frozen."
Photos: 'Once Upon A Time' -- Season 3 In Pictures
Georgina currently stars as Lee Anne Marcus on CBS summer series "Reckless." She previously played Etta on "Fringe."
Earlier this week it was confirmed that Elizabeth Lail is set to play Princess Anna and Scott Michael Foster will play Kristoff on ...
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The wait is over. ABC's Once Upon a Time has its real-life Snow Queen. Former Fringe star Georgina Haig, 28, is headed to Storybrooke to play the iconic Queen Elsa of Arendelle from Disney's animated smash Frozen, according to reports. The news comes on the heels of castings for Kristoff and Anna. Greek alum Scott Michael Foster, 29, will play the hunky ice picker, and newcomer Elizabeth Lail will play his love interest, Anna. The Once storyline is said to begin where Frozen left off, according to Entertainment Weekly. Elsa's impending arrival in Storybrooke was revealed during the ABC fantasy drama's season finale in May. »
- Stephanie Robbins
Vertigo is returning to Arrow, but not in the form you may expect, with Peter Stormare signing on to play the villain in the show's Season 3 Premiere. If you haven't caught up with Season 2 of Arrow, there will be spoilers that follow, so read on at your own risk. If you are a die-hard fan who is confused by this news, keep reading.
Peter Stormare is playing the New 52 comic book version of Count Vertigo, Werner Zytle, taking over as the new purveyor of the infectious drug Vertigo that swept through Starling City last season. Seth Gabel (Fringe) played The Count in Arrow Season 2 before he was killed off. Zytle, who will go by the alias Vertigo, will be the first villain Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and his team must face in Season 3, but it isn't known if he will appear in more episodes down the line.
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You've already met who will play the live-action versions of "Frozen" characters Ana and Kristoff on "Once Upon a Time," and now the Snow Queen herself has been revealed. Georgina Haig has been selected to play Elsa on season four of the ABC series this fall. The "Frozen" storyline on "Once Upon a Time" will likely take place after the events of the animated smash hit movie, according to EW. In the film, Elsa was voiced by Broadway star Idina Menzel. Haig played Henrietta “Etta” Bishop on several episodes of Fox’s "Fringe," and currently stars on the CBS' "Reckless." On "once," she'll join newcomer Elizabeth Lail as Elsa's sister Anna, and former "Greek" star Scott Michael Foster as Kristoff. "Once Upon a Time" Season 4 premieres in September. What do you think of the casting news? Is Georgina Haig a good choice? »
- Dave Lewis
Georgina Haig has been cast as Frozen's Elsa on Once Upon a Time.
The actress will be joined by Scott Michael Foster and Elizabeth Lail, who will play Kristoff and Elsa's sister Anna respectively.
The third season finale ended with Elsa making a brief cameo.
"Like all things - like we do with Snow White or Peter Pan or Captain Hook - we take our own kind of twist on it, but remaining faithful to the actual essence of the character," they said.
"The thing we love about Elsa is she is perceived to be a villain but is clearly misunderstood, and that goes »
Elsa? Once Upon a Time has found its Queen of Arendelle! ABC announced Thursday, July 3, that Fringe actress Georgina Haig will portray the Disney ice queen from Frozen on the fairy tale series in season four. Haig joins newcomer Elizabeth Lail, who will play Elsa's younger sister Anna on the show, and Scott Michael Foster, as the dashing Kristoff. The actress, currently starring on CBS' summer show Reckless as Lee Anne Marcus, is best known for her portrayal of Etta Bishop on Fringe. Haig has also [...] »
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