Friday, October 4, 2013

From LA Examiner: 'Once Upon A Time' and 'Wonderland' On Set Scoop; RJ Mitte Cast on 'Switched at Birth'...

ABC's Once Upon A Time has taken its core characters and given them all the same goal for at least the first half of the third season of the fairytale genre. In doing so, the show has allowed itself room to breathe while letting the audience linger with the characters more to see their internal struggles just as much as any outward journey. After all, it is what is inside that motivates and drives them, and in many cases, characters are harboring issues and feelings that affect their relationships, let alone efficiency. Perhaps the greatest offender here is Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Mary Margaret (Ginnifer Goodwin), who have never really been able to hash out how they feel about being separated for so many years. While Mary Margaret is a genuinely optimistic character who always believed things would work out and her daughter would come back to her, Emma grew up in the real world-- and a hardened one at that-- and harbors a lot of tough feelings. "Lost Girl" is an episode for her to work through some inner demons and also deliver on a confrontation that many may think has been a long time coming... [MORE]

When Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz created Once Upon A Time for ABC, they didn't want to just bring long-told fairytales to life with new actors in the roles but instead re-imagine who the characters, their relationships, and their experiences were. So it should be no surprise that they have done the same thing with their new ABC fairytale series, Once Upon A Time in Wonderland or that, like Snow White before her, this version of Alice (Sophie Lowe) is a strong woman who isn't afraid to wield a weapon to save herself or the one(s) she loves... [MORE]

ABC Family's Switched at Birth has added a Breaking Bad star to its third season cast. RJ Mitte will come in as Campbell, a "pre-med college student paralyzed by a snowboarding accident who works in the free clinic with Daphne"... [MORE]

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