Sunday, December 2, 2012

From LA Examiner: 'Once Upon A Time' Winter Finale Interviews...


"The Once Upon A Time cast previews emotions running high in the winter finale"

"Emma has always been closed off and always been so guarded because her emotions are so close to the surface that she’s had to hold very tightly to that armor. So now that her armor has really been infiltrated, she swings between that really tough, hard side and that really vulnerable very quickly now. It’s not just all tough or little moments of vulnerable; she actually swings between both very quickly now. Usually if she’s exhausted and worn out the vulnerable side comes out more—like when she’s been climbing a beanstalk for ten hours, and Mary Margaret goes on and on about her never doing that, and she hugs her. She’s just like ‘I am tired. I get it, I’m tired, I don’t have anything to argue with you. And I need a hug!’ There’s definitely those earned moments of vulnerability," Jennifer Morrison said when LA TV Insider Examiner visited the Vancouver set* of Once Upon A Time in anticipation of the second season winter finale... [MORE]


"Once Upon A Time’s Jennifer Morrison & Lana Parrilla tackle the Cora problem"

Once Upon A Time’s Jennifer Morrison recently called Cora (Barbara Hershey) “the most terrifying villain [the show has] had.” So now that this Excruciatingly Evil Queen is en route to Storybrooke, plotting and scheming her way to regain power over all of these former fairytale characters, just how much danger should fans expect? ... [MORE]

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