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Need some more photos of Stable Boy before it airs tomorrow? Well, look no further! Below the ‘read more’, among some familiar photos, are new, interesting ones! :)
Well, that’s good for them if they got the rights, but since there’s no direct quote, I don’t think we can take it as absolute truth :) I would guess they meant more “Actual fairy tale characters? yes. ONLY Disney characters? No” with that quote (in terms of what kinds of characters we’ll be seeing).
However, now that the show is a hit, maybe ABC is willing to pay up for the rights! We’ll see.
They’ve mentioned several times that they have full rights to Disney stuff, actually. *shrugs*;)
Mr. Gold tries to expose August’s true identity; Regina is confronted about her involvement in Kathryn’s disappearance; David hopes to reconcile with Mary Margaret.
So, what do you guys think? Are they really an item or is this just a bunch of guessing? Either way, they have amazing chemistry, IMO.
Once upon a time, Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas fell in love.
That it was on the set of Once Upon a Time just makes it all the cuter.
The pair, who denied being an item back in November, had an “immediate connection when they met,” a source tells E! News. But Goodwin, who broke off her engagment to Joey Kern less than a year ago, actually didn’t meet Dallas under the most fairy tale of circumstances…
Dallas had been with Sherlock star Lara Pulver since 2003—and married to her since 2007—when he and Goodwin first me.
“So to begin with,” our source says, Snow White and Prince Charming were “just friends. They were shooting in Canada together and because they were both away from home, they inevitably started to socialize together off the set as well as on—and they got closer as friends.”
Ultimately, the insider tells us, Dallas and the British-born Pulver separated last fall “because the distance proved too much for their relationship.”
But Dallas was apparently just that into Goodwin, because “it was then that his connection to Ginnifer deepened and they fell in love.”
The actors’ reps have yet to respond to requests for comment regarding their relationship and the rumor that they have moved in together.
“He’s a really kind man,” the source says of Dallas, “quite a gentleman at heart, and I think she really appreciated that he was more considerate than some of the other men in Hollywood. They have been very serious since the moment they got together, and their romance has been intensified because of the show. It all means they get to spend a lot of time together.”
“The relationship has been full-on since the moment it turned romantic,” the source added, “and they spend every moment together. There was no reason to wait and take it slow—they fell in love, and it feels right.”
May their romance avoid any Once Upon a Time-style pitfalls. You know, like being cursed by an evil queen.
The Evil Queen wasn’t always the scheming, malicious person Once Upon a Time followers have known her to be. As it’s revealed in Sunday’s episode, the Evil Queen’s mother is far worse.
Oscar nominee Barbara Hershey stops by fairy tale land on the ABC drama as Cora, the mother of the Evil Queen, a.k.a. Regina (Lana Parilla), in “The Stable Boy.” And as Hershey tells it, Cora “has great ambition for her daughter” as every mother does. The only catch: Her desires for Regina aren’t exactly coming from a place that’s pure.
“Evil in and of itself, when you open the door and invite it in, it has a party. It starts taking over,” Hershey tells The Hollywood Reporter. “By the time we meet Cora, she’s been devoured by evil.”
Hershey talks to THR about Cora’s specific view of the world, whether she ultimately has the best intentions for her daughter Regina and if she’ll make an appearance in present-day Storybrooke in the near future.
The Hollywood Reporter: Can you describe Cora?
Barbara Hershey: Cora is the Evil Queen’s even more Evil Mother and she has great ambition for her daughter, of her own love which is quite warped. She wants her daughter to do well and to be happy and she’s convinced that her happiness will come if she marries a king than if she marries a stable boy. There are hints at what is driving Cora in terms of her own history but it’s not embellished at this point. It’s the kind of thing a lot of mothers would want for their daughters, it’s not far off, it’s just that my character is evil and consumed by it and can wield very mighty magic, which was very fun to play.
THR: One of the producers said that Cora “has a specific viewpoint about the world.” Can you offer some insight into what that is?
Hershey: [Executive producers] Eddie [Kitsis] and Adam [Horowitz] say that evil is made not born and I think that is probably true. I don’t know, maybe evil is also born, like you’re missing a limb and instead you’re missing empathy. Definitely there are specific things that turn Cora. Evil in and of itself, when you open the door and invite it in, it has a party. It starts taking over. By the time we meet Cora, she’s been devoured by evil. Whether she started out like that, I don’t know; I think not. She’s not in the drivers’ seat in terms of the way she projects herself.
THR: You don’t have an idea as to where she came from?
Hershey: I have my own ideas. Oftentimes as an actor, you create your own history for your character, which I did, and I sent it Eddie and Adam and they agreed with it definitely. The details of it, they probably would like differently. I’m not sure of the specifics, but I know what turned her, what happened.
THR: Is there a possibility that we’ll see a good side to Cora at some point?
Hershey: You might, you might. The good side to her, as strange as it’s become, is her love for her daughter [Regina]. That is the one area where she’s let herself feel, but because she is so warped with evil, it comes out in very strange ways. [Laughs] I do think Cora loves her.
THR: Cora and Regina’s relationship is contentious at best. (Watch a preview from Sunday’s episode between mother and daughter below.) How will that affect future developments?
Hershey: They’ve left [the story] open-ended and I’m open to it; I have no idea what they’re planning but that’s the fun of doing a TV series, you don’t know what they’ll write for you. I know there are enough going on and enough in the fairy tale world for interesting story. How it would manifest, I have no idea.
THR: Is there potential for Cora to appear in present-day Storybrooke?
Hershey: Not in this episode. If it goes on …
THR: At the end of the day, does she have her daughter’s best intentions?
Hershey: I guess that’s to be disputed. I think she thinks she does. You’d have to make your own decision about that. I personally think she’s too warped to really see clearly what’s best for her daughter. People will have different reactions as to what they think is right.
THR: Will there be standoffs with Regina and Cora?
Hershey: Standoffs? Oh yes, absolutely.
THR: You’ve had a storied career, recently with a role in 2010’s Black Swan. How does this role compare to previous parts you’ve had?
Hershey: It is different. I don’t think I’ve ever done a fantasy before and I’ve always loved them. I always think they’re essential, that’s why they’ve lasted. I’m attracted to it and it seemed to be a juicy, fun role to be able to wave your hand flying away. I like this series a lot. Why wouldn’t I do it?
What do you guys think? Secretly dating or not?
Ginnifer Goodwin has found her prince charming!
The actress, 33, has been secretly dating her Once Upon a Time costar Josh Dallas, 30, since last fall, multiple insiders confirm in the new issue of Us Weekly (out Friday). When the actors began filming their ABC series in Vancouver last summer, “they really hit it off,” one insider explains. “She and Josh have a blast together and had instant chemistry.”
That sweetness was on display March 18 when the two ducked into the Naam, a Vancouver vegetarian eatery. Says an onlooker, “He pushed her chair and paid the bill, so I guess chivalry isn’t dead!”
Though he hasn’t spoken publicly about his relationship with Goodwin, Dallas knows what he wants in a partner. “I look for fun and smarts — a witty, strong sexy woman,” he tells Us.
Dallas would also like to see their characters on Once Upon a Time overcome the odds and end up together before the first season ends this spring.