ocean met sky and the world drowned
I swear on Emma Swan...
the end of the world, or time
And the Frozen invasion continues!
In addition to Elsa, Anna and Kristoff, Once Upon a Time is set to introduce yet another character from the Oscar-winning animated hit in season four, E! News has learned. But Frozen fans might not be too pleased to see this character again: It’s Hans, the treacherous Prince of the Southern Isles who tricked Anna into falling in love with him in an attempt to take over Arendelle.
Colin and Jen (x)
I already edited the other post, but some people still seem to be under the impression that the baby being reported on set at the moment is Oliver (Josh and Ginny’s baby). IT IS NOT. It is the ‘actor’ that plays baby!Neal, Snow and Charming’s new child. Josh and Ginny do not use their baby for the show either - it is a different child.
Please note: the cast is filming outside today and tomorrow, so there will be LOTS of spoilers and spoilery pictures on this blog. Please blacklist spoilers, ouat spoilers and 4x01 if you don’t want to see them, since we will be using those tags.
Paul Lee is the President of ABC (x). He also announced that OUAT will premiere on Sunday, September 28th, air 11 episodes in 2014, go on a break (with the fairy tale musical Galavant taking its place) and then return for another 11 episodes, like it did for season 3.
Wizard Con panel 12th July 2014 (David Anders, Jessy Schram & Keegan Connor Tracy)
TV Guide magazine returns to San Diego for its annual all-star panel. Moderated by senior writer Damian Holbrook, Fan Favorites brings together stars from TV’s hottest shows for a lively discussion filled with behind-the-scenes scoop. Panelists (subject to change) include Misha Collins (Supernatural), Sam Heughan (Outlander),Colin O’Donoghue (Once Upon a Time), Aisha Tyler (Archer), and others
Saturday July 26, 2014 12:00pm - 12:45pm PST
Congrats to Once Upon A Time's costume designer, Eduardo Castro, and assistant costume designer, Monique McRae, for their Emmy nomination for their work on the episode “A Curious Thing”. This is the third Emmy nomination for OUAT's costumes and the sixth for the series.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, guess who’s returning to Once Upon a Time this fall.
Giancarlo Esposito is set to reprise his role as Sidney Glass, otherwise known as the Magic Mirror, in the Season 4 premiere, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Details on the return of the intrepid Storybrooke reporter are being kept under wraps, though the last time viewers saw anything of Sidney Glass, it was on the nameplate of a locked door in the deep recesses of Storybrooke hospital.
The Season 4 premiere, fittingly titled “A Tale of Two Sisters,” will also introduce Frozencharacters Anna (Elizabeth Lail), Elsa (Georgina Haig) and Kristoff (Scott Michael Foster). Esposito’s former Revolution co-star Elizabeth Mitchell was recently cast as a potential villain with ties to Anna and Elsa.
In addition to Revolution, Esposito is best known for his Emmy-nominated turn onBreaking Bad.
Once Upon a Time returns Sundays this fall on ABC. Are you excited for Esposito’s return?
TV geek goddess Elizabeth Mitchell is coming to Storybrooke. Mitchell has joined the cast of ABC’s Once Upon a Time for a season 4 arc…
It’s not every day you become a Disney princess.
But for Georgina Haig, today is that day.
The Sydney-based actress has just scored the role of Frozen’s Elsa in the Disney-produced US series, Once Upon A Time.
But it turns out she owes the honour to her very own Prince Charming - her husband Joshua.
"I was on my honeymoon on Magnetic Island when I got the audition," she told AAP.
"Obviously it’s a lot harder to organise putting down an audition when you’re on a remote island with your new husband."
"But he very kindly agreed to play a princess and read with me."
When the first audition was well-received, the groom had to once again stand in the role of Princess Anna when the two were holidaying at Port Douglas.
Thankfully, the effort paid off.
"I’m glad (it) was for a good reason," Haig laughed.
The two, who became engaged at New Year’s, got married in Sydney in June.
Haig said she and her scriptwriter beau were happy to get onto the nuptials quick-smart, given her unpredictable working schedule.
It’s an assumption that’s paid off, now the newlyweds are busy packing to move to Vancouver on Monday - just four days after returning from their honeymoon.
As for the role, the 28-year-old said the writers have remained true to the Elsa of the hugely successful Disney flick, while expanding her narrative journey.
"It’s very much the spirit of the character," she explained.
It is also not lost on the Dance Academy alumni that getting to dress up as a Disney princess for a living is a pretty good gig.
"If five-year-old George could see this, she’d be like `oh my god!’" she joked.
The in-demand actress also has a main role on Network Ten’s new US series Reckless which starts in a few weeks.
But for now, she’s busy packing.
"Hopefully I can just snap my fingers and barnyard creatures will come and help me," she said.
"I think that works now."