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Question: Do you have any scoop on Castle Episode 8? —Jess
Ausiello: Titled “Kill Switch,” the episode revolves around a routine investigation that turns deadly when a gunman takes hostages on a subway car — including one of the 12th’s finest. Bonus Scoop: Married with Children‘s Ted McGinley is set to guest-star in Episode 9’s Expendables riff as Brock Harmon, an aging, larger-than-life B-movie action vet (and the husband of the recently cast Krista Allen). The ep revolves »
Emma Swan and Hook are going on a date in this Sunday's "Once Upon a Time," and the reformed pirate is sprucing up his look for the big night.
"He has both hands for the date," Colin said, after ABC flew AccessHollywood.com up to the show's Vancouver set, where they made us their guests on Tuesday. "He makes a deal with Rumple to get his hand back so that he can use his ...
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Jon Stewart as “Meet the Press” host would’ve been a terrible idea — unless he did “The Daily Show” on Sunday Jon Stewart is "a supplement, a commentator, throwing stinkbombs in from the outside,” says James Poniewozik. "To put him in that Beltway-priest, neutral-insider role would have been a joke, and not the ha-ha kind. On the other hand, if NBC were hiring Stewart to replace not just David Gregory, but the idea of 'Meet the Press' itself–to create, if not a copy, 'The Daily Show,' a seriously funny issues show with a point of view and an adversarial attitude that would roast not just the guests, but the culture of Washington–now that could have been something.” Plus: Jon Stewart is a terrible interviewer who would’ve been a terrible host, Stewart’s agent wouldn’t deny the "Meet the Press' report, and »
- Norman Weiss
After his character Prince Charming lost — and regained — his memories again during Season Three of "Once Upon A Time," will the creators allow Josh Dallas's character a bit of happiness this year? Probably not. "Once Upon A Time" follows the denizens of Storybrooke — fairy tale creatures cast into our world through a continued convoluted mass of curses. Each character harbors two identities, their real one and the mundane one created of false memories when they were cursed. Over the years, villains have become antiheroes, heroes have become morally grey, and no one has been able to permanently return to their homeland known as the Enchanted Forest. The second episode of the new season is entitled "White Out" and deals with the repercussions of dropping an ice sorceress from a magical world into our technology smorgasbord with no warning. Elsa isn't evil, she's just scared out of her mind. Dallas »
- Donna Dickens
Out favorite spell-binding series is back!
Now that the beloved characters of Disney's mega hit Frozen, have invaded Once Upon a Time, our enchanted series feels rejuvenated, and it's time to explore brand new sides to the characters that we've known and loved for years.
In this Sunday's all-new episode, fans we be treated to a blast from Charming's past when we visit his teenager shepherd days on the farm. To help get you excited for all the magical revelations ahead, we chatted with the always-charming Josh Dallas to bring you details on how our favorite sword-wielding prince became the courageous man that Snow White fell in love with.
Read on for exclusive scoop on a twisted new villain, and unexpected friendship, and that insanely crazy wig we all can't stop talking about. Plus, find out who's a better diaper-changer: David Nolan or Josh Dallas!
With the premiere of Lost celebrating its 10th anniversary, it’s a stark reminder that no show has been able to truly capture that same frenzied passion. From the memorable characters to its unique style of storytelling, Lost gave TV viewers something fresh and interesting to watch week after week. And in its absence, Once Upon a Time is the best option to fill the void left by flight 815.
While Once Upon a Time has received a lot of attention for its Frozen arc that kicked off season four, we see it as our connection to a series we’re still not finished gushing about. Nothing will replace the brilliant series, but thanks to a number of shared actors and writers, ABC’s fairy tale drama is the best thing to watch to fill those Lost cravings. Here’s why:
One of the most compelling elements on Lost »
- Stacy Lambe
Once Upon a Time introduced the world of Frozen to Storybrooke last night, and while we still can't get over how much Elizabeth Lail sounds like Kristen Bell, all we really want to see is more Kristoff! Played by Greek alum and Chasing Life star Scott Michael Foster, the Disney prince came to life right before our eyes in one amazing-but-too-short scene in the Ouat season four premiere. And even though we only saw Kristoff in one scene, it was enough to show off why he got the part. He's absolutely perfect! The Ouat showrunners agree with us, since Foster revealed to E! News that he only had to read for the part once. "Sometimes you read five, six, seven times for a role and you meet »
At this year's Wondercon in April, Laura chatted to Once Upon A Time showrunners about season 3, the show's characters, and fairy tales...
Warning: contains spoilers for Once Upon A Time season 3.
Once Upon A Time's third season was an epic one which included both an outright evil Peter Pan and a very human Wicked Witch. At this year’s Wondercon in Anaheim, we got to sit down with OUaT’s showrunners Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz and actress Rebecca Mader to discuss to gingers, family, bad motivations, old favourites, and the difference between “evil” and “wicked.”
You have done a great job in taking really good characters and making them not so good and taking bad characters and giving them really justifiable motivations - but not all of your bad characters, right? Pan, we were never really sympathetic to him. Do you want us to view the Wicked Witch sympathetically? »
We've got the inside scoop at all of the adorable (and terrifying!) moments coming up in Sunday's season four premiere.
A cold front may be headed to Storybrooke, but things are heating up for our favorite fairytale couple!
The fourth season of Once Upon a Time debuts this Sunday and in anticipation of reuniting with the most enchanting drama on TV, we hit the premiere red carpet to chat with Jennifer Morrison and Colin O'Donoghue about their ever-evolving relationship.
Earlier we spilled that this season Hook and Emma are going to be embarking on a brand new adventure together — aka their first date — and now we've got the inside scoop at all of the adorable (and terrifying!) moments headed their way. Plus, who else desperately wants to see some CaptainSwan cuddles, complete with Netflix and a pizza? The Ouat stars sure do…
Spoilers: 'Once Upon a Time': Everything We Know About Season 4!
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After what felt like a zeitgeisty season two, Once Upon a Time’s third season attempts to present a more focused front, evenly dividing the season into halves with two separate story arcs that aired with limited breaks (other than the giant three-month gap between the first and second half). While such storytelling attempts are not unheard of—and merely represent network television’s attempts to ape cable television’s shorter, more concise seasons—Ouat brings a certain flair to its two halves. In the first half we get to see a dark take on Neverland, and in the second half the Wicked Witch of the West (Rebecca Mader) infiltrates Storybrooke.
- John Keith
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 »
Morris will play Ryan, the teacher who replaces Jess in the classroom now that she’s vice principal of her school. Ryan is “distractingly handsome” and has a confidence and swagger that irks Jess… until — per EW.com, which first reported the casting — she starts to fall for him. »
Epic tales of the endless struggle between good and evil don’t always leave a lot of room for laughs. That’s where this video comes in.
Below, see an exclusive first look at Once Upon a Time’s season-three gag reel, a short, sweet montage of your favorite fairy tale characters (including Ginnifer Goodwin’s Snow White, Joanna Garcia’s Ariel, Lana Parilla’s Evil Queen Regina, Sean Maguire’s Robin Hood, and, of course, Colin O’Donoghue’s Captain Hook) getting goofy on the set of ABC’s magical fantasy. There’ll be even more of The Fairest »
- Hillary Busis
Everyone's excited about Frozen coming to Once Upon a Time, including those at Ouat. The cast and executive producers hit up San Diego Comic-Con this year to tease what to expect from these new characters in Storybrooke.
Executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz and series star Jared Gilmore sat down with reporters to offer a taste of what's to come with these new characters in Storybrooke, discuss Henry after his experiences last season and more. »
It's finally here! After unveiling the first photos of Georgina Haig and Scott Michael Foster as Queen Elsa and Kristoff, ABC has now given us the first look at newcomer Elizabeth Lail in action as Princess Anna. The verdict? She's so adorable we can hardly stand it. And the fact that she's with her beloved big sis? Feelings, we have 'em! Judging from the first footage of the animated hit's sisters that was screened for the lucky fans at Ouat's Comic-Con panel last month, we'll be feeling a lot of feelings as the scene featured Elsa and Anna visiting their parents' graves and Elsa telling Anna she had a gift for her...for her upcoming wedding. Yes, Anna and Kristoff are »
You've already seen Elsa - now get your first look at Anna. Elizabeth Lail makes a stunning live-action double for the "Frozen" princess in this first official image of the character from ABC's "Once Upon A Time," which is set to introduce the Arendellian sisters in the upcoming season in a storyline that, among other things, will see Anna and Kristoff planning their wedding. “In case you are wondering, the happy couple is registered at Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post and Sauna,” "Ouat" executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz joked to TV Guide, which had the exclusive on the image. Check out the full-size photo below, then let us know what you think in the comments. "Once Upon a Time" Season 4 premieres Sunday, September 28 on ABC. »
- Chris Eggertsen
In news that is shocking to no one, Once Upon a Time's "Hot Sheriff" Jamie Dornan is…hot! Or rather, "pretty sexy." That's what we gathered after chatting with Dornan's former costars about the recenty released Fifty Shades of Grey trailer, which features Dornan in the lead role. Watch the video above! "Mr. Dornan's sexy!" Ouat's Prince Charming Josh Dallas declared definitively. "I can't wait to see the movie. I'll be the first one there." "It's pretty sexy!" Lana Parilla blushed. "I saw a different side to Jamie." We Ouat fans had heard rumblings that there were »
Ginnifer Goodwin wasn't able to make it to San Diego Comic-Con for the panel for Once Upon a Time this year, but she did find time in her busy shooting schedule to record a message for fans. The star "Skyped" in to tell everyone how much fun she's having filming the upcoming season with her new baby by her side. It starts off cute, then it just gets funny. Check out the clip below and take a look at Frozen on season four of Ouat! »
- Maggie Pehanick
Once Upon a Time fans going to Comic-Con won’t be able to miss this tease to next fall’s big storyline: a large building-wrap poster giving another Frozen hint. The image has Elsa (Georgina Haig) laying down some frosty magic and a tagline saying that Storybrooke will freeze over (literally?). For more, see our deep-dive interview with Ouat showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis giving some exclusive details about their season 4 plan. For those going to Comic-Con, ABC’s Ouat panel is on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Ballroom 20. »
- James Hibberd
Once Upon a Time season four is off to a running start in Vancouver. On Thursday, Hook (Colin O'Donoghue) and Emma (Jennifer Morrison) stayed close, just after there was some family moments for Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) on Wednesday. Though Goodwin and Dallas didn't have their real-life son, Oliver Finlay Dallas, in the scene - instead, they had a plastic version of Snow and Charming's son, Prince Neal - this marks yet another time that their character's fairy-tale life was like theirs off screen. During both days of filming, Frozen's Elsa (Georgina Haig) was on set in full costume, even spotted with Hook and Emma. So far, Elsa's sister, Anna, and her beau, Kristoff haven't been seen yet. Seeing Elsa & Co. interact with other characters on Ouat is just one of the things we want to see this season. »
- Alyse Whitney
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