*Currently being updated
Welcome to Storybrooke Mirror’s spoiler roundup! As of now, this page holds all of the currently confirmed spoilers for the remainder of season two. This page does not contain speculations as there are far too many of those to track.
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Remember to check back often. The most recent spoiler additions will be appropriately marked with a *New* header.
- *New* The role of ‘Heidi’ is being cast for episode 21, her character is described as being a thirteen year old British girl who “is compassionate, mischievous, and somewhat naive about how dangerous the world can be.”
- *New* Another casting call for episode 19 (‘Lacey’) went out for a character named ‘Keith’, who is described as “bitter due to a hard life, and likes to chase women.”
- *New* Everyone’s favorite thief may be headed to our screens. A credible source broke news that Robin Hood may make his debut to Once Upon a Time soon. He fits the description of the casting call that went for a ‘A Thief’ in episode 19 (‘Lacey’), who is described as “brave, honorable and steals magic from Rumpelstiltskin.”
- *New* A casting call went off for ‘The Healer’, who will appear in episode 18 (‘Selfless, Brave and True’), and is described as “mystical, powerful, helpful to those in trouble, and makes predictions that can be difficult to understand.”
- *New* The role of ‘Tamara’, Neal’s fiancee, was filled by Sonequa Martin-Green. Her character is described as a “beautiful, artistic, relaxed, friendly, charming and smart [person]. She’s also ambitious, fearless and a born leader, and she won’t stop until she gets what she wants.” She will first appear in episode 15, ‘The Queen is Dead’. She will be recurring throughout the rest of the season.
- *New* Once Upon a Time…Cora was young. Rose McGowan has been cast as Young Cora who will make her way to our screens in her origin story in episode 16, ‘The Miller’s Daughter’. There are plans for her character to come back next season, too.
- *New* John Pyper-Ferguson is headed to Storybrooke to play Owen’s father, Ben, who is “a “widower who wants nothing more than to help his young son heal from the loss of his mother.” He is said to appear in episode 17, ‘Welcome to Storybrooke’.
- *New* Benjamin Stockham is cast as Owen, described as “a precocious, strong-willed kid who isn’t afraid to speak his mind — but his free-spirited, lively personality is all a facade, as he’s secretly dealing with the tragic death of his mother.” He is slated to appear in episode 17, ‘Welcome to Storybrooke’.
- Ethan Embry is making his way way to Storybrooke. He’s described as someone from the outside world who makes his way to Storybrooke.
- Colin O’Donoghue was upped to series regular for the last nine episodes of the season season.
- Life is the bubbles under the sea and Arabian nights are hotter than hot! Producers Kitsis and Horowitz confirmed that we will be meeting Ariel, Jafar and Aladdin sometime this upcoming season. *Update*: Adam and Eddy also recently confirmed that their roles in Once are being pushed back.
- The producers also confirmed that along with Captain Hook, they would very much like to introduce Tinkerbell in season two.
- *New* Remember when Regina told Hook that Cora needed her things removed off of his ship? Well, she wasn’t just talking about Anton. We’ll find out what she really needed later.
- *New* A moral character is about to make a very big and drastic mistake in ‘The Miller’s Daughter’.
- *New* As if there weren’t enough deaths already, there’s a major death headed our way in episode 16 (‘The Miller’s Daughter’).
- *New* The Mad Hatter may be getting his own spin-off series, but the very terrible downside to this is that they would be looking to recast Sebastian Stan as he is too busy to pick up a contract for the show.
- *New* The producers were very mum on if we’ll see Mulan back again before the end of this season or not.
- *New* Our favorite giant will have some more screentime this season according to Adam Horowitz.
- *New* Good news August fans! Eion Bailey is returning for episode 18 (‘Selfless, Brave and True’).
- *New* Look out, ladies! Sheriff Graham is headed back to Storybrooke for a flashback episode that revolves around the immediate events after the curse took place. The episode he will appear in is episode 17 (‘Welcome to Storybrooke’).
- *New* Remember when the dwarves drew sticks and Sneezy came out with the short one and tested the town’s line and lost his memory? What ever happened to him? He’s still living his Storybrooke-self, but the producers hint that we’ll see him regain his memory.
- Adam and Eddy state that August and Emma might not be developing a romantic relationship now, but the two certainly will have more screen time together. “But it’s a TV show; you never know!”
- Meghan Ory (Ruby/Red Riding Hood) was upped to series regular for season two.
- Not only will we be seeing a lot more of Ruby this season, but also Belle! Emilie De Ravin was also upped to series regular for season two.
- Not only will Cora return, but she will bring a whole lot of backstory to Regina as well. Remember, Cora is the miller’s daughter, right? “If I remember correctly, the miller’s daughter was given to a prince because she could spin straw into gold. Therefore, she owed Rumpelstiltskin a baby. The question is, is that baby Regina?” Kitsis explains. “When you get that Regina is the baby that’s promised to Rumpel, then you’re like, what did Cora do to get out of a deal with a man who usually kills people?”
- With the edition of Sleeping Beauty to the mix, will we see a return of Maleficent? Producers confirmed at Comic-con that they don’t remember seeing her body after Emma “killed” her…
- *New* What instigated Regina’s want to adopt Henry? We may just be finding out this season after all!
- We will be seeing more of the different lands and also more of Wonderland in season two.
- We’re off to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of Oz! Oh, wait, are we? What’s interesting is if you go back and look at the pilot, there’s a page of flying monkeys in Henry’s book. If I would go back and re-watch it — or buy the DVD coming out in August — and you pause on the book, you might see it.” Yes, producers have said that a journey to the magical Land of Oz might be in the future. As of this point, it is not set to happen in season two.