ocean met sky and the world drowned
Rebecca Mader is my khalessi
Who the hell is Bucky?
captain hook is emma's manfriend pass it on
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Adam and Eddy talk about the finale! (some spoilers/teases)
Jane Espenson talks to TV Guide about August’s identity, tomorrow’s episode and David/Mary Margaret. Some spoilers.
Jane Espenson talks about Mr Gold’s goal, August’s identity, Emma and Jefferson’s chemistry, and more! Some spoilers.
Yesterday, the executive producers and creators of ABC’s Once Upon A Time, Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, made an appearance at the WonderCon convention in Anaheim, California, and preceding the Once panel, we were able to talk to the producers in an interview roundtable. We spoke a little bit about themes that we saw in last night’s episode, “Heart Of Darkness,” and discussed more about what we have coming in the show’s future.
Interesting article inside!
She talks mostly about Once, but also about the end of House, Star Trek, and the suit she wore to Paley Fest.
Another Meghan interview about Red/Ruby.
E! Online interviews Meghan Ory. No real spoilers.
As “Once Upon a Time” nears its first season finale, it seems like Evil is kind of kicking Good’s ass in the fairytale drama. The final moments of this week’s episode, “Red Handed,” saw Mary Margaret (Ginnifer Goodwin) implicated in Kathryn’s apparent murder, leaving Emma (Jennifer Morrison) in the unenviable position of having to arrest her mother roommate.
Times are tough for Storybrooke’s new sheriff, so HuffPost TV caught up with Jennifer Morrison for an exclusive phone interview to find out how her character is handling her sudden lack of allies, her ongoing rivalry with Regina and the growing proof that all isn’t quite as normal as it appears in the tiny town.
TV Guide feat. Once Upon a Time fairytale family. I didn’t see these in the ouat tags, so here they are.
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Thanks katedotd for the scans!! ♥
So often in movies and TV a beauty look is so over-the-top glam that’s it’s incongruous with a character. That’s always my first thing with my characters— I always want it to suit the reality of that person’s life. With Emma, that was a big conversation.We really felt like because she is so tough and is so rough around the edges, we wanted there to be a softness to her somehow. The implication that if she had grown up in a fairy-tale is that she would have been a very different person. We wanted the core of her to represent something softer and more feminine.”
That explains the princess hair. ”Yeah. The idea was that there was a bit of a wave. I let it air-dry and then they give it a bit of soft curl. There’s always a pretty extensive process that goes into those choices.”
Read the whole article here.
We did not want to have the damsel in distress. We did not want to have the princess who needs saving. We were interested in writing really tough women that were not afraid to use power because we feel like that’s what’s relevant today and that’s what’s interesting as writers.
Very interesting article. They talk about the characters in general as well. There may be a bit of spoilers!