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Another "Lost" alumna has joined the cast of "Once Upon a Time."
"I couldn't be more excited and thrilled to be joining the cast of #Ouat," Rebecca Tweeted on Thursday. "Christmas came early this year."
Photos: 'Once Upon A Time' -- The Latest Sneak Peek Pics From Season 3
"Thrilled to welcome @bexmader to the #OnceUponATime family as... Well you'll just have to ...
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It’s a good thing Snow White has such a voluminous cape! The ‘Once Upon A Time’ actress donned her elaborate full-body cape while filming a new episode of her hit show, which completely covered her growing baby bump.
Ginnifer Goodwin has employed several techniques to keeping her pregnancy disguised while filming for Ouat, but her dramatic cape has proven useful for concealing her tummy! She kept her voluminous style over her midsection while filming with her adorable co-star and fiance, Josh Dallas.
Ginnifer Goodwin Baby Bump: ‘Once Upon A Time’ Star Conceals Pregnancy In Cape
Ginnifer, 35, was all covered up in a cape that was truly fit for a princess! The tie-neck cape completely hid her frame.
Underneath her floor-length cape, Ginnifer showed off a white gown accentuated with white faux fur and long white satin gloves. Ginnifer — or should we say, »
- Kristine Hope Kowalski
Get your first look at mini-Henry, who makes his first appearance during next Sunday’s all-new episode.
Henry (Jared Gilmore) used to be so cute — you know, before he started hanging out with Peter Pan (Robbie Kay) and surrendering his heart to darkness. Once Upon A Time is taking a week off for the American Music Awards this Sunday, but when it returns Dec. 1, we’ll get to see li’l Henry’s early days, including the moment Regina (Lana Parrilla) became a mom-ster!
This batch of first-look photos finds Regina cradling her son-to-be at the hospital in Storybrooke, accompanied by Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin), and one more familiar face…
Dr. Whale (David Anders)! Yes, before he remembered he was actually Dr. Frankenstein — I’m still trying to forget that, to be honest — he was just a simple medical practitioner who apparently cared for Henry as a wee babe.
- Andy Swift
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you don’t want your fairytale-loving mind blown.
We already knew that Henry (Jared Gilmore) had the most complicated family tree in human history, but after a shocking twist on the Nov. 17 episode of Once Upon A Time, “complicated” doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface. Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) spent the hour reflecting on his own childhood, which revealed a family secret that even the creepy little seer girl with the eye on her hand couldn’t have seen coming.
Short story long: Young Rumple and his dad, a dead-beat grifter, escaped to Neverland in the hopes of beginning a new life. But when they arrived, the island’s shadow convinced Papa Rumple that he didn’t “belong” in Neverland because he’d lost his youthful heart. The solution? »
- Andy Swift
Like The Lost Boys who call it home, Once Upon A Time has found new life in Neverland, transforming season three into a revelation-heavy year that's illuminated the darkest nooks and crannies inside each of our characters.
No one has grown more on this journey than Emma Swan, who was forced to confront her feelings of parental abandonment while fearing she could do the same to her son if this rescue mission fails. Along the way, Emma lowered her guard and opened her heart to Hook. But this is no time for love as the mission to #SaveHenry kicks into full swing in Sunday's all-new episode and ETonline spoke with star Jennifer Morrison to find out what that confrontation looks like. Additionally, she weighed in on Emma's feelings for Hook, the development of her magic and the spectacular end to this unique season.
ETonline: I've really enjoyed the themes Ouat's been able to explore in Neverland »
"Once Upon A Time" didn't result in a happily ever after for at least one of its offscreen couples. Reports say Jennifer Morrison and Sebastian Stan have called it quits after first getting together in Summer 2012.
According to Us Weekly, the former costars actually broke up four months ago but kept the split quiet until now. Sources close to the pair emphasize that there's "no bad blood" between Morrison and Stan.
Morrison plays central "Ouat" character Emma, while Stan appeared as the Mad Hatter in Seasons 1 and 2. His last episode, "The Doctor," aired on Oct. 28. Stan is next starring as Bucky Barnes-turned-Winter Soldier in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
These two aren't the only "Once Upon A Time" cast members to get together after meeting on the show's set. Ginnifer Goodwin and her onscreen Prince Charming, Josh Dallas, became engaged in October after taking their relationship public in April »
"Once Upon a Time" is bringing one of Disney's most beloved characters to life in Sunday's (Nov. 3) episode titled "Ariel." Actress JoAnna Garcia Swisher, who plays the Little Mermaid, tells Zap2it that she forms a very sweet friendship with Snow White.
"Ariel comes upon Snow at a moment where Snow really needs her and they have this friendship. It's cool to see how I'm able to save Snow from a near-death experience, and in return she's able to give me the courage to follow my dreams and follow my heart and find the man that I'm madly in love with. It's a really sweet friendship that is struck almost instantly," says Garcia Swisher.
Part of their friendship involves Snow teaching Ariel about the ways of being a princess, to help her win her love, Prince Eric.
"[Prince Eric] is a prince in a different kingdom. But because Snow is a princess »
The latest "Once Upon a Time" episode is titled "Ariel," which you all know means the Little Mermaid is popping up in the form of JoAnna Garcia Swisher. She teases for Zap2it that we won't only see Ariel in flashbacks.
"You will see me in Neverland. You'll see me all over the place," says Garcia Swisher. "The wonderful thing about mermaids that not many people know is that they can swim between realms, so I am able to really help in the process of saving Henry."
We had to ask -- is she perhaps the occupant of Peter Pan's other cage, the one we saw next to Neal at last episode's end?
"I have no idea!" laughs Garcia Swisher, not telling. But even if she is, this episode won't be the last that we see of Ariel this season.
"You can look forward to a little bit more Ariel, »
"Once Upon a Time" has done a rather masterful job this season of sending characters off on quests that don't really advance the plot much but provide enough character information and some action to fill an entire episode.
Henry's starting to get more and more encased in the Lost Boy culture, though hopefully the message he received from his two moms and Grandma Mary-Margaret is enough to keep his wits about him. Captain Hook used to be a morally straight Naval officer, but his brother's death from Dreamshade on Neverland is what pushed him to become a pirate, balking at the King's quest for them to retrieve the deadly poison so he might use it in battle. »
Good Wife: Four Teases For The Episode Where ‘It All Hits The Fan’
Can’t wait for Sunday’s episode of The Good Wife? Having seen the episode that everyone’s excited about, I can tell you that excitement is more than warranted. But in case you need a little more prompting, here are four teases for the ep; plus, a bonus scoop.
+ Will’s reaction to hearing the news is hilariously subtle…at first. Then, »
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Review Kylie Peters 25 Oct 2013 - 07:03
Kylie notes a marked improvement in this week's episode of Once Upon A Time In Wonderland...
This review contains spoilers.
1.3 Forget Me Not
A little mystery goes a long way. Once Upon a Time in Wonderland proves that in an episode that ramps up the interest level by supplementing its straightforward adventure/romance plot with a tantalizing set of flashbacks about the Knave of Hearts.
In Wonderland, Alice and the Knave face Grendel from the classic saga Beowulf. Grendel possesses a clever contraption called the Forget-Me-Knot (I’m assuming that’s how it’s spelled?). It’s a rope that, when tied in a loop and looked through, shows whatever happened last in that particular spot. Some logic issues aside (what constitutes “the last thing that happened?” Does a branch falling count? A mosquito flying by? Does this mean Grendel never walked through that »
Celebrities across various social media platforms are proving that it’s never too early to start campaigning for an awards show nod.
With nominations already open for the 2014 People’s Choice Awards, dozens of stars are tweeting up a storm in the hopes that their dedicated fans will vote them onto the ballot
- Pamela Gocobachi
Fifty Shades seems to have found its Christian Grey--again. The news that Once Upon a Time and The Fall star Jamie Dornan is in talks to join the highly anticipated movie adaptation of El James' book sent Fifty Shades fans into a frenzy on Twitter. Photos: Top 10 Fan Favorites for the Cast of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Hollywood also weighed in on the casting news, with outspoken writer Bret Easton Ellis sharing his approval and Lena Dunham posting several tweets about the news. Kate Mara and Ouat co-star Josh Dallas also shared their excitement for their friend's
- Hilary Lewis
"We've always been enormous fans of Marilyn Manson. We wanted to cast someone with the vocal ability to make our skin crawl," creators and executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz tell Rolling Stone.
The heroes of "Ouat" set off for Neverland after the Season 2 finale, when Henry was kidnapped to the land of Peter Pan and the lost boys. The Shadow has been seen in Neverland and he's already creeping out viewers, so adding Marilyn Manson's voice should be quite the spooky treat. »
Sunday's (Oct. 13) "Once Upon a Time" was full of interesting twists, but perhaps none got the internet buzzing more than Mulan almost professing her love for Princess Aurora.
After being advised by Neal to tell the person you love how you feel about him or her before it's too late, Mulan rushed back to Prince Phillip and Aurora -- and we thought she was going to confess her love to Phillip. But she told Aurora she wanted to talk to her, not him. Intriguing!
Unfortunately, before she could declare her love, Aurora told Mulan that she and Phillip are expecting a baby and Mulan didn't have the heart to then throw her own kink in the works, instead choosing to join up with Robin Hood's band of merry men (or merry people, as it were).
It wasn't something we were expecting from the Disney-owned channel, but looking back, Mulan never »
If you're a devotee of the works of Lewis Carroll, "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" will probably make you cringe more than once. If, however, you're a fan of the original "Once Upon a Time" -- and of smart, competent female heroes -- you'll probably find a good deal to like in ABC's new series.
The story of a grown-up Alice (Sophie Lowe), who has been haunted by her memories of Wonderland ever since visiting as a little girl, features sumptuous visuals and a couple of strong central performances from Lowe and Michael Socha as the Knave of Hearts. It's a little weaker on the villainous side of things, unfortunately, and its central romance is less than swoon-inducing at the outset. All the better to create a triangle, perhaps.
"Wonderland" isn't a spinoff of "Ouat" per se, at least not in the way we usually think of them. "Once »
Once Upon a Time not only gave us the Lost Boys on Neverland this week, but showed us that there was a "Lost Girl" too.
Below, our Round Table team of TV Fanatics Nick McHatton, Jim Garner, and Christine Orlando are joined by Gareth from Once Upon a Fan to discuss whether we miss Storybrooke this season and if Henry could have a dark side.
What was your favorite scene from the episode?
Gareth: Jennifer and Ginny knocked it out of the park with the orphan scene. It was such a heartfelt performance from Jennifer. Absolutely loved it. I really feel that these were the solid character moments that were missing from season two. I also loved all the scenes with Robbie Kay as Peter Pan. He is doing a fantastic job and is quite chilling in the role.
Nick: The scene between Mary Margaret and Emma about her »
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Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest, most jaw-dropping moments from Sunday night's TV. If you haven't yet watched a particular show, and don't want to be spoiled, skip to the next! Once Upon a Time: Are you enjoying your stay in Neverland Ouat fans? It's our second episode back and our gang is facing their deepest fears. We learn that Rumplestilskin (Robert Carlyle) has some serious daddy issues and he has a sweet hear-to-heart with his beautiful Belle (Emile de Ravin) to get to the root of the problem. Okay, okay, so Belle wasn't really there—but Rumple's psyche sure does a great job at conjuring her up in the middle of a dark forest! Over on the other side of the »
The end of the "Once Upon a Time" Season 3 premiere set up a huge shocker: Peter Pan lured Henry to Neverland because he wants Henry's heart ... the heart of the truest believer. What on earth does he want Henry's heart for, and should we be worried about Henry's life?
"Ouat" executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis discussed Sunday (Oct. 6) night's all-new episode, "The Lost Girl," with Zap2it, and revealed that Pan's plan for Henry is the big arc of Season 3's first 11 episodes. "What we didn't want was a villain that just wants world domination. What we wanted was someone that had a really character-based motivation for why belief was important to him and why the truest believer was important to him," Horowitz says. "That's the story we're going to unfurl in these next 11 episodes. He wants that heart and there's something in these games that he's playing »
Mermaids and Lost Boys and sexual tension, oh my! Season three is already off to an epic start, thanks to tonight’s revealing — and deadly — premiere. Spoilers ahead!
The journey to save Henry (Jared Gilmore) began on the Sept. 29 season premiere of Once Upon A Time, and the motley crew of saviors quickly learned that getting to Neverland was the easy part. Surviving in Neverland? That’s a completely different story.
Let’s start with the mermaids, shall we? The Neverland seas are apparently crawling with ‘em, and while they may be pretty on the outside, their insides are uglier than Rumpelstiltskin’s complexion. A combination of cannons and fireballs proved enough to chase the mermaids away, though the gang decided to keep one and try to make her talk.
Unfortunately, things just got worse from there.
The lone ‘maid summoned a powerful storm fueled by the gang’s hate for one another, »
- Andy Swift
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