Comic Con 2013: EW "Once Upon A Time" Interview door ouatlover
After the Comic-Con panel Saturday, the cast and creators of Once Upon a Time met with entertainment journalists to talk about season three. As you may know, at the end of season two, the series main cast, including Regina (Lana Parrilla), Snow (Ginnifer Goodwin), Charming (Josh Dallas), Emma (Jennifer Morrison), and Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle) set off aboard Hook’s (Colin O’Donoghue) ship the Jolly Roger towards Neverland, the place where Tamara and Greg are headed along with the captive Henry. The suggestion is that Henry is a major prize of their evil boss, Peter Pan — cast as sinister character.
Emilie de Ravin talked about Rumple leaving Belle behind in Storybrooke while he’s off on the ship with the others. She said Belle understands why he’s left her, not wanting her involved on his “suicide mission.” Also he’s entrusted her with the cloaking spell. She’s upset, but does what she has to do to protect the town, assuming the cloaking spell actually works.
Up until now, we’ve seen Belle largely attached to Mr. Gold or Rumple. Emilie affirmed we will see her strength and bravery in the upcoming season as well as her independence. More of Emilie’s interview:
Emilie appeared on Good Day L.A. on Friday to promote Once Upon a Time. I’ve added a video to the media archive and 204 screencaps to the gallery. The second season of OUAT premieres tonight on ABC.
x Screen Captures: Good Day L.A.
Heaps of new photos have been added to the gallery lately. There are lots of great stuff in there, so check them out when you get a chance.
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TVGuide.com interviewed Miss de Ravin about her upcoming movies and her characters faith on Lost. Click the link below to continue reading. :)
Good luck forecasting Emilie de Ravin’s next big-screen role. The ambitious Aussie beauty, who TV fans best know as Lost‘s Claire Littleton, this week is celebrating the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Ball Don’t Lie, yet another edgy endeavor she can add to her resume alongside Brick and The Hills Have Eyes. TVGuide.com welcomed the chance to ask de Ravin about her latest “interesting” film role, her romantic comedy aspirations (if she has them) and, of course, the increasingly shaky outlook for Lost‘s Claire. Continue reading » » »