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Season finales are upon us, which means we're allllllreadddy losing sleep! Here's our latest roundup of TV scoop, courtesy of your most excellent questions. (Except for one of you. You know who you are.) Feliz Cinco de Mayo scoopo! (That might not be entirely proper Spanish.) Ali M.: I'll take anything you've got on the Ouat finale! Anything? How about what will be a trending topic during the epic two-hour event? "#Ogreslayer!" co-creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis predict. And make sure to check back with us a little later in the week for some more finale scoop from Adam and Eddy! Andy: If I didn't see Avengers: Age of Ultron yet, should I still watch Agents of »
Let it be known that Captain Hook is in it to win it. Once Upon a Time's leading man Colin O'Donoghue is currently battling Outlander's Sam Heughan in the final round of our Alpha Male Madness tournament, and the competition is getting fierce, with both actors playing up the showdown on Twitter. And it sounds like Heughan better watch out! "Colin is probably the most competitive person I know. Literally, the most competitive person I know," Ouat showrunner Eddy Kitsis tells E! News of the tournament. But even Kitsis and Adam Horowitz are getting in on the fun, asking the ABC hit's fandom to bring home the win for TV's hottest pirate. "Oncers unite!" Horowitz says, »
It's no secret that we at ETonline are hooked on Once Upon a Time, so to give you the inside scoop into this Sunday's all-new episode, we called up everyone's favorite pirate Colin O'Donoghue and talked about all things coming up for Killian in the past, present and future.
From his mysterious history with Ursula (Merrin Dungey), to his desire to "be the best man he can" for Emma (Jennifer Morrison), and a potential Storybrooke bromance, set sails for an article that's jam-packed with exclusive scoop you won't find anywhere else.
Fans are thrilled about this week's episode, what can you tease about Hook's relationship with Ursula?
Colin O'Donoghue: In this episode you sort of find out their past and what happened in their past. Hook once helped Ursula run away from her father Poseidon, who was using her voice to make pirate ships run into rock and such and she didn't really want to be a »
Listen up, Once Upon a Time fans!
We've got a lot of ground to cover, and a lot of spoilers to spill, so let's get straight to it. Now that fans are officially in-the-know about Snowing's jaw-dropping secret, Hook's Queens of Darkness connection, and Regina's double-agent plan, it's time to look ahead at what's coming next with scoop from Ouat's co-executive producers Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis.
"We hope that in the second half of the season, you’ll go back and look at the series in a different way," Kitsis said of Snow White's shocking confession to killing Maleficent's child. "Just like in the end of the second episode, you realize Maleficent isn’t just a villain, she was trying to protect her kid. Now if you re-watch [episode] 13, and watch everything she’s doing, hopefully it gives more depth to it."
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Welcome back, fairy tale fans!
After answering 22 of your most enchanting questions about the second half of season four, we at ETonline still have plenty of scoop to spill in anticipation of Sunday's spell-binding hour of Once Upon a Time. (You can send all gifts of gratitude to the Et studios in L.A.)
We caught up with co-creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis to find out more about the dark secrets your favorite characters are hiding, and how the truth could tear relationships apart. Plus, we called up Kristin Bauer van Straten -- aka the terrifyingly wonderful Maleficent -- to uncover her jaw-dropping connection to the Charming family.
News: 'Once Upon A Time' Premiere: We Answer 22 of Your Questions!
"There is a very surprising history," Bauer van Straten spilled to ETonline when asked about Maleficent's ties to Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin). "The theme of this season is that many of the characters are playing with that »
ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” returns from its midseason break on March 1, kicking off the second half of its fourth season with an arc centered around the Queens of Darkness — Maleficent (Kristin Bauer van Straten), Cruella de Vil (Victoria Smurfit) and Ursula (Merrin Dungey) — as they join forces with Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) in pursuit of their own, villainous happy endings.
Variety was among a number of outlets who spoke with “Ouat” exec producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz about the show’s return, including the ominous teaser that debuted during the Oscars telecast and seemed to imply that our hero, Emma (Jennifer Morrison), might somehow be tempted towards to the dark side…
Variety also caught up with Kristin Bauer van Straten to discuss Maleficent’s return and whether the three wicked women will be able to work together. Read on for the trio’s teases about the “Once’s” Sunday premiere, »
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We're keeping this intro short and sweet because we've got spoilers to spill!
ABC's most magical drama, Once Upon a Time, returns this Sunday with its highly anticipated Spring premiere. Even though we at ETonline have already spilled six things you need to know before returning to Storybrooke, we also wanted to answer your Twitter questions about all the wicked twists and romantic turns that are headed your way in the next two episodes.
Read on for spell-binding scoop from co-creators Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz as we answer 22 of your most burning Once Upon a Time questions!
News: 6 Magical Thoughts We Had While Watching 'Ouat' Spring Premiere!
1. @MariaPazMS: What's the dynamic like between the Queens of Darkness? Do they clash much?
Take a look at our sneak peek video above to see for yourself! ETonline has snagged our fellow Ouat fans a clip from the Queens of Darkness' first meeting and their wicked banter »
No longer "Frozen" on a mid-season hiatus, "Once Upon a Time" returns to ABC on Sunday night.
Unfortunately for Storybrooke's residents, evil queens and the Dark One are ready to stir up trouble, provided they can cross that cursed town line.
Earlier this week, Executive Producers Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis previewed the newest "Ouat" twists, including giving a classic Disney villain the "Ouat" treatment – "101 Dalmatians'" Cruella De Vil.
Photos: Scenes From 'Once Upon A Time's' Mid-Season Return!
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It’s been almost three months since we last visited Storybrooke and Once Upon a Time said goodbye to the Frozen gang, introducing us to the Queens of Darkness, our new villains for the back half of Season 4. However, while we know that Maleficent (Kristin Bauer van Straten), Ursula (Merrin Dungey), and Cruella de Vil (Victoria Smurfit) will certainly be bringing all their evilness with them when they arrive in Storybrooke, is it possible that they could be adding a new “queen” to their ranks before all is said and done? This all-new promo for Once Upon a Time, which debuted last night during the Oscars, certainly makes it seem like a possibility, as Emma may end up taking, as Rumpelstiltskin says in the video, a “walk on the dark side.” “For Cruella, Ursula, and Maleficent to obtain their happy endings, they must find someone whose soul can be molded, »
- Chris King
You know the drill.
We are still waiting impatiently for the winter premiere of Once Upon a Time, but we've got exclusive scoop from executive producers Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis to get us through the next fairytale-free month.
So what exactly is coming up next? We’ve already introduced you to the Queens of Darkness, and gifted you with a romance rundown of what's next for your favorite couples, so now it's time to focus on the "turmoil" that both Regina (Lana Parilla) and Emma (Jennifer Morrison) will be facing.
Watch: Get to Know the Queens of Darkness Coming to Storybrooke!
Although fans are in for yet another time jump (at least this time it's only six weeks!), Horowitz promised that we're not going to be missing out on any major moments. "We're not repeating the missing year concept from last season," he said. "It's more about giving some time for all of our characters to breathe »
A trifecta of evil is headed to Storybrooke — and we've got everything you need to know!
The winter premiere of Once Upon a Time is still more than a month away, (it's March 1 to be exact) but we've got exclusive details from executive producers Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis to magically help pass the time.
Now that we've gifted you with the romance rundown of all your favorite fairytale couples, it's time to focus on their fierce and fabulous villains that are headed our way in the second half of season four. The Queen of Darkness — Maleficent, Ursella and Cruella — are ready to get their wicked revenge and they're teaming up to unleash a whole new chapter of hell.
News: 'Ouat' Romance Rundown: Happiness Ahead For Your Fave Couples!
When we re-connect with Emma (Jennifer Morrison), Regina (Lana Parilla) and the rest of Storybrooke's finest, six weeks will have passed since the Spell of Shattered »
Calling all Once Upon a Time fans! If you, like us, are still not over Sheriff "Skinnyjeans" Graham's (Jamie Dornan) untimely death on the ABC fairy tale drama, you're probably craving some more of that Huntsman hottie. And ever since his old bosses, Ouat showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, and his former costar Jennifer Morrison told us that they wanted Dornan back on the show, we've been dying to know... Is Dornan going to return to Ouat and reprise his role? Does he even want to?! "I love those guys, Adam and Eddy, they're like family to me," Dornan told a small group of reporters at the 2015 Winter TCA Press Tour. "I was actually filming »
12 items from 2015
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