Once Upon a Time - Skin Deep - Spoiler Photos
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Promo for ‘Skin Deep’ coming up in two weeks. What do you think? Looks like an interesting turn of events, wouldn’t you say?
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Growing up in Australia in the 1980s, young Emilie de Ravin’s interests veered towards darker offerings than the wide-eyed wonders of Disney animation. “I was a child who watched Hitchcock and murder-mystery documentaries,” reveals the actress, best known for playing Lost’s Claire. But as soon as she wrapped her scenes as the book-loving Belle for this week’s episode of Once Upon a Time, the actress wasted no time slipping in a DVD of the Disney classic “Beauty and the Beast.” “It’s very beautiful,” she says of the 1991 film just released in 3D. “Belle’s gorgeous gold and blue outfits as well as the shiny dark hair were definitely influences for [Once’s] costume and hair departments. They made me a beautiful wig.” Joining Belle in her adventure, as in the film, are father Maurice, the brutish Gaston and, of course, the Beast, whose identity is being kept tightly under wraps. “Although I have a really fun scene with the Evil Queen, most of my scenes are with the Beast,” reports the real-life beauty, now 30. “It’s all very sweet. There’s a lot of trepidation as to how he’s going to act around her, but after a few days, he starts becoming bemused at how relaxed she becomes.” True to the tale as old as time, de Ravin says Belle “starts to bring out some joy in him he hasn’t experienced. Even something small, like being touched on the arm, is huge for him.” Why so secretive about the Beast’s origins? “Remember how on Lost we couldn’t talk about anything?” de Ravin recalls. “Well, there’s a few of those this time, too.”
This spoiler is on a picture of Belle and Gaston:
“Belle is quite strong and speaks her mind, but nonetheless is influenced by the Evil Queen,” says Emilie de Ravin
"Lost" alum Emilie de Ravin is coming to "Once Upon a Time" Sunday (Feb. 12) as Belle, the fairy tale princess who sacrifices her freedom to save her friends and family in the ogre war. Just how does she do that? By becoming the captive of Rumpelstiltskin.
"[Belle] has always wanted to be the brave one and go out into the world and do something with her life and she has the chance to," says de Ravin. "She has a chance to save her family and her friends by going to live with Mr. Stiltskin."
Rumpelstiltskin is the “beast” role in the fairy tale of “Beauty and the Beast,” which has us wondering if the relationship between Belle and Rumpel is the same as in the fairy tale - is there love there?
"There’s a love," says De Ravin. "Not the same as where the fairy tale goes, but there’s actually a really beautiful progression in their relationship … he finds himself smiling and laughing at things for the first time in a very long time."
"This friendship definitely turns into more than that," De Ravin continues. "But not in the same way as the animation. In maybe more of an adult reality sense, the way things don’t always work out in the real world."
We can’t wait to see it - Robert Carlyle has always been so great as Rumpelstiltskin that we can feel our hearts breaking already.
Taken from Zap2it’s blog -HERE-.
Sneak Peak #1 for Skin Deep.
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Sneak Peak #2 for Skin Deep.
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Sneak Peak #5 to Skin Deep.
The episode was penned by Once Upon a Time writer/producer Jane Espenson, who wrote last November’s “Still, Small Voice” and the recently aired “Desperate Souls,” another episode diving into Rumple’s backstory. Jane told me that the episode “tackles a classic story that we haven’t touched on before, crossing that story with Rumplestiltskin in an unexpected way. And it will reveal a little something about Gold in Storybrooke — just how much does he know?”
Jane will be joining us here at Blogcritics’ Once Upon a Time feature next Sunday evening after the episode airs on the East Coast (9:00 p.m. ET) for a LiveChat.
Want to participate in the Live Chat? You can do so -HERE-. It will be well worth it, I promise you! :)