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Sheila / August 7th, 2017

Once Upon a Time fans won’t be seeing the same versions of Captain Hook and Regina in the upcoming seventh season — and we finally have a better sense of who their beloved characters will be.

While it’s been previously teased that Hook and Regina will be different versions from what’s been established, returning stars Colin O’Donoghue and Lana Parrilla revealed spoiler-filled details at the summer Television Critics Association press tour on Sunday.

The new season will open in Seattle and another curse will have struck the characters, leading O’Donoghue and Parrilla to play new iterations of their fictional alter egos.

“He is a uniformed cop in Seattle,” O’Donoghue said, confirming what’s been teased in the first season seven teaser. “There’s a sense of loss there in the guy and he just doesn’t know what it is that’s missing. So he’s striving to find who he is still, yet trying to be the best uniformed cop that he can be and do things the right way. As is always the case on Once Upon a Time, it’s more complicated than that.”

But Parrilla’s character may be an even bigger departure from what viewers have been familiar with the past six seasons.

“I don’t think her name’s Regina and that’s cool,” Parrilla teased. “I’m no longer in pant suits, I’m in denim and rock T-shirts. When we meet her, she’s working in a bar. She’s a bar owner. She’s a little rough around the edges, not quite the queen that we’re used to. She has curly hair. She looks very different, she feels different. This one is like, ‘Her name’s not even Regina!’”

“She’s no longer in charge and we’ve always seen Regina in charge or try to be in charge, try to be in control, try to manipulate, and then she redeemed herself,” she continued. “But this Regina is something else and I’m having a blast playing her. I’m still discovering her. … It kind of feels like the pilot.”

Once Upon a Time co-creator and executive producer Eddy Kitsis echoed his sentiments from July, when he shared that the absences of Hook and Rumplestiltskin’s significant others will be explained early in the new season. (Kitsis also revealed that the idea for a reboot germinated around the fourth season and that they had a six-season plan.)

“Episode 2 is going to answer what has happened Emma and Hook,” Kitsis said. “Episode 4 will answer that question for Belle [and Rumple].”

O’Donoghue maintained that the new episodes will be worth the wait for loyal viewers of the show.

“Of the six seasons I’ve been in, I’ve been very, very lucky to play different variations of this one character so that’s one thing that I’m really excited this season that we’re shooting now — about exploring [him] in a completely different way,” he said. “I do have to say, the episodes [up to four] that we’ve read are, in all honesty, the best that I’ve read in any season so far. One of the episodes, I think, might be one of the best of any show I’ve [read]. It’s really, really fantastic.”

Once Upon a Time premieres Friday, Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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Sheila / August 6th, 2017

When “Once Upon a Time” returns to ABC this fall, the fairytale drama is going to look very different. At the end of the sixth season, series stars Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Jared Gilmore, and Emilie de Ravin all exited, paving the way for new cast and characters.

“We were coming from ‘Lost’ so we thought of a five-year plan, and I think around Season 4 we wanted to write toward our own endpoint, and if the show was successful enough, or the network had interest, then we would reboot it,” executive producer Edward Kitsis says.

When “Once Upon a Time” first launched in 2011, the central story was that of Snow White (Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Dallas) and the daughter they saved from a curse by pushing her through a magical portal to the real world. Years after that event, Emma (Morrison) had a child of her own, Henry (Gilmore), who came to find her to save the characters from his book from the curse. Now, though, the show will shift focus to put a similar twist on another classic Disney princess.

Henry is now the grown-up (played by Andrew J. West) getting a knock on his door from his child, Lucy (Allison Hernandez), who needs help to save beloved characters, including her mother, Cinderella (Dania Ramirez). And with Cinderella of course comes a new ensemble that includes her evil stepmother (Gabrielle Anwar) and wicked stepsister (Adelaide Kane).

“Henry has found himself in a new book with new characters, and he’s called on some of his friends like Captain Hook and Rumplestiltskin and his mom, the Evil Queen, to join him,” Kitsis says.

That means that Lana Parrilla, Colin O’Donoghue, and Robert Carlyle are back for season seven, but in a new way — and also a new location in Seattle from the small, fictional town of Storybrooke.

“It’s a mix of characters the audience has grown to love over the years but also bring in new characters and be able to tell new origin stories,” executive producer Adam Horowitz says. “With the new stories we’re not so beholden to that old mythology. Hopefully it will be refreshing for the audience to come in and start with new chapters.”

However, neither Horowitz nor Kitsis is looking to undo or rewrite any of the histories or happy endings of the characters the audience came to know and love in the first six seasons. And they promise long-time viewers of the show will get answers as to what happened to some of the partners of characters that are still on the show.

“Episode two is going to answer what has happened with Emma and Captain Hook, and episode four is going to answer for Belle,” Kitsis says.

When the show picks up with Hook minus the love of his life, he is very different from the other versions of the character O’Donoghue has played. “There’s a sense of loss there in the guy that I like to think he just doesn’t know what it is, what’s missing. So he’s striving to find who he is still. The Hook that we meet is trying to be the best uniform cop that he can be, but as is always the case on ‘Once Upon a Time,’ it’s more complicated than that!” O’Donoghue says.

Similarly, without the love of Regina’s life — her son Henry — she will be very different as well, from her look to her attitude. Going by a new name which producers and Parrilla aren’t ready to reveal just yet, the character is now a bar owner who lives in denim and rock tee-shirts instead of pantsuits. “She’s a little rough around the edges, not the queen that we’re used to. She has curly hair, she looks very different — she feels very different,” Parrilla says.

Her relationship with her son is also very different because she has not seen Henry at all as a man, only as a teenager years ago. Parrilla says she’s “taken aback” by seeing him grown and the journey, especially in the first few episodes, is in finding the relationship at all — much like how Emma had to find a relationship with her parents in the early days of the show. “He’s a man now and how does she deal with him as a man?” Parrilla says.

Horowitz says that even with all of the changes, the core of the show being centered on hope and characters wanting to build better lives is still intact. And of course the “epic romance” that comes with fairytale couples has to be a core staple, too. While Snow and Charming gave the audience that in season one, and later seasons introduced Emma and Hook, this time around the couple Horowitz and Kitsis hope viewers fall in love with is Henry and Cinderella.

“This year we’re showing you how they met, how they fell in love, and whether or not they’ll find each other in Seattle,” Kitsis says.

There is a figurative magic in such romance, but Horowitz and Kitsis say the show is dialing back the literal magic in the present day story on the show. “In the pilot there was a stopped clock that ticked at the end and that was [a little bit of magic],” Horowitz says. “We’re returning to that modality where in the real world we’re aiming to tell really grounded, emotional, human stories and then contrast that with the magic of the fairytale world.”

“Once Upon a Time” returns to ABC on Sunday, October 6.

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Sheila / July 25th, 2017

After six seasons of fairy-tale drama, ABC’s Once Upon a Time is turning the page on Storybrooke, and the show’s stars have offered a few hints at what’s next.

Speaking to EW at Comic-Con this weekend, Lana Parrilla (The Evil Queen/Regina Mills) said season 7 will be at once familiar and unique.

“It’s a similar formula,” she said. “We still have our flashbacks, and in our flashbacks we’ll see these characters and we’ll learn how they came into this new world. The new world, it’s a different location than Storybrooke; it’s actually called Hyperion Heights, and it’s in Seattle. So we’re in a city, we’re in a bigger city. We’re not in a tiny little suburb like we were before.”

Costar Andrew West chimed in to tease that the urban setting will shift the tone of the series, and Parrilla added that the aesthetics will change as well.

“I know for myself as Regina, I was always in these pantsuits and my hair was perfect, and I just looked a certain way,” she said. “Now this new Regina is very different. I’m out of pantsuits and into denim. So it’s cool, it’s fun, it’s different.”

As Colin O’Donoghue put it, “It feels the same, in an entirely different way.”

Watch the video above for more. Once Upon a Time returns Oct. 6 on ABC.

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Sheila / July 25th, 2017

Change is coming to Once Upon a Time. That’s no secret. But who knew the reverberations of the revamp would be felt even in Regina Mills’ fabulously fierce wardrobe?

As the ABC fairy tale fantasy undergoes a major transformation heading into its seventh season, shedding much of its core cast while welcoming a handful of new faces, it appears our erstwhile Evil Queen will be keeping things decidedly more casual when we finally check back in with her.

“Let’s just say: Regina’s no longer wearing pantsuits,” Lana Parrilla admitted as she and her co-stars stopped by for a chat with E! News following their very revealing panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday. “Now, Lana is today, but Regina no longer wears pantsuits. She’s in jeans, which is—I don’t think she’s ever worn jeans. Ever. A more down-to-earth, been there-seen it all-done it, which is a really cool, different take on the character.”

And Parrilla’s hardly the only one getting an updated wardrobe in the new season. As eagle-eyed fans observed when the first trailer made its debut at the end of the show’s SDCC panel, Colin O’Donoghue‘s Hook has traded in his pirate garb for some police blues. “It’s very nice, very blue. That’s about all I can say about it,” the actor told us, playing coy.

However, he did open up on the major cast shake-up at the end of season six, ensuring fans that just because Jennifer Morrison would no longer be on the series—when she announced her departure from the series, she did promise to return for one final episode in season seven—there wasn’t cause for concern for Hook and Emma, who finally tied the knot in the show’s blockbuster musical episode this spring.

Parrilla and O’Donoghue, along with fellow mainstay Robert Carlyle, are in the unique position of getting to reinvent their characters while the show they’ve starred on for the last six years reinvents itself as well. They’ll be joined by new series regulars Gabrielle Anwar, Dania Ramirez, Andrew J. West (as an adult Henry Mills!) and Alison Fernandez, along with some new recurring players, including Adelaide Kane, Mekia Cox and Rose Reynolds. While some diehard fans of the series may still be skeptical about the changes, Parrilla and O’Donoghue are welcoming their new world order with open arms.

“It feels like a new show working with old friends. And new friends. It’s been fun,” Parrilla told us. “I really enjoy it. Every day is a new adventure, getting to learn about each other and getting to learn about our new-ish characters and this new world that we’re living in. It’s fun.”

“Lana and I were talking about it after the read-through. We were just saying, It almost feels like we’re doing a pilot,” O’Donoghue added. “Only half the people worked on a show, you know what I mean? Even the crew and all that. It just feels like it’s a whole new thing, which is great.”

And about those fans still on the fence, O’Donoghue has a message for them. “I would say to the fans to remember that Eddy [Kitsis] and Adam [Horowitz] created the show that they fell in love with in the first place and to trust in them that they’re going to do the same with this new season with some characters that they know and love already, but with new characters who they can completely invest in again. And that it’s the same people there, 100 percent behind it, wanting it to be the best that it can be.”

For Anwar, the message is a bit more simple: “Believe!”

To hear more from the cast, be sure to check out the videos above.

Are you ready to follow the cast’s lead and believe in season seven? Sound off in the comments below!

Once Upon a Time returns on a new night and time, Friday, Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. on ABC

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Naomi / May 29th, 2017

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Naomi / May 15th, 2017

TVLINE | You obviously worked a lot over the years with Colin [O’Donoghue, as Hook]. What was his reaction to your decision to leave, what kind of support did you get?
Colin and I are good friends and will always be good friends. He knows me like a family member, so he was sad, because obviously we work well together and we enjoy our time on set together. But the other side of that is he cares about me as a person and he knew it was the right thing for my life. He was very supportive about that.

TVLINE | Looking back, do you have any favorite seasons or storylines?
I loved the Dark Swan storyline, the idea of being able to stretch Emma in different ways and explore the darker side of her. And I also love that ultimately they still stayed true to the Savior that was within her. That she is who she is, and you can’t take away that fate. That no matter what she went through and no matter how far she pushed the limits, ultimately within her was this fate as the Savior. I thought they did an amazing job of giving that character a chance to spread her wings and be completely different in certain ways but also keep her true to the core of her being. Her intentions and her desires were actually well-intended, even though she was going about it in maybe not the most productive way. [Laughs]

I have loved so many of the storylines over the years. I loved the Back to the Future stuff that I did with Colin [in the Season 3 finale]. Once Upon Time Back FutureI loved the musical episode [on May 7]; I was so happy that I got to be a part of that and I felt as if it was a very beautiful wrap-up of who Emma has become. It was a chance to really see her go from that ugly duckling to a swan, in that song she has [“Emma’s Theme”] in the mayor’s office. It was also a chance to see her completely unguarded and absolutely in love and vulnerable with Hook at the wedding. She was full of joy and not worrying about the next monster or crisis, just absolutely deciding to be in the moment and alive and free and happy. And she was willing to do that knowing that she’s about to face something really difficult. She had the courage to say, “You know what? It’s OK to be in the moment. We’re going to find a way through and it’s going to be OK.” To see her in that place after how far she has come…. It’s hard to imagine, when you watch her in the pilot, being someone who could grow to that place. I love that I got to take her on such an incredible journey.

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Naomi / May 15th, 2017

Will you be recasting any other characters as adults?

Kitsis: Potentially, yes. Not right away. That’s the biggest one.

Horowitz: We want to keep under wraps how we get to Henry grown up and what that means for Regina (Lana Parrilla) and Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) and Rumple (Robert Carlyle), who are returning regulars. There’s stuff that we’re excited to unveil, but it’s not about recasting so much as we’re hoping to open up the universe more.

How do you plan to tell stories about Regina, Rumple and Hook without some very important family members?

Kitsis: The answer to that question will be answered next year. We’d rather show it than tell it.

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Sheila / May 4th, 2017

Wedding bells are officially ringing in Storybrooke!

Once Upon a Time‘s highly anticipated musical episode is almost here, which means that we’re just a few days away from witnessing Emma Swan and Killian Jones say “I do” in a breathtaking wedding ceremony. (Trust us. It’s perfect.)

ET had the pleasure of visiting Once Upon a Time‘s set in Vancouver, Canada, last month during filming of the musical matrimony, and we sat down with stars Jennifer Morrison and Colin O’Donoghue for an intimate and in-depth interview that focused on each and every aspect of their on-screen wedding.

From their “honest” vows, to Emma’s “timeless” wedding gown, and their dream honeymoon — only ET has all the inside scoop straight from the stars of the series! Plus, we’ve got additional details from executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, as well as Once Upon a Time‘s head costume designer Eduardo Castro.

So, shall we get started? Or, as O’Donoghue cleverly put it: who’s ready for some “music and dance and some mighty fine romance” at Captain Swan’s wedding?

Just a warning that this is the biggest Once Upon a Time article we’ve ever written, so grab a comfy seat, put your cellphone on silent and get ready to go on an emotional roller coaster of feels. And, as always, please remember to breathe!

1. The Venue: The Once showrunners confessed that they had considered a number of “other places” for Emma and Killian to tie the knot — yes, even Granny’s! — but in the end, they settled on a brand new Storybrooke location for the ceremony. “Without wanting to spoil the episode, there’s a story reason for why it’s on the roof,” Horowitz revealed. “But there’s also something to us that was super romantic about having Storybrooke as the backdrop.”

Emma and Killian will tie the knot in front of a dream-worthy sunset and surrounded by their closest friends and family. “It’s the place where they’ve kind of come together,” Horowitz continued. “Where their love has grown and where both of them as characters have grown, so seeing the whole town kind of beneath and surrounding them felt like a really cool way to do it.”

“I thought it was perfect,” Morrison dished. “We just felt, like, what better way to make it feel extra special than to have [the wedding] also be the musical episode?”

2. The Suit: In case you missed it, we already dished a little on Killian’s dashing (and “really soft!”) suit, but did you know that black velvet wasn’t always the original plan? Once‘s head costume designer, Eduardo Castro, spilled an “interesting note” about Hook’s suit to ET during an email interview.

“Originally we had an ivory gabardine suit made and, somehow, it did not hit the mark,” Castro wrote. “At the very last moment, we threw out the ivory and went for a black velvet Burberry jacket that was far more in keeping with Hook’s demeanor.”

Kitsis furthered that he and Horowitz had a very specific vision in mind when it came to Hook’s look. “Adam and I both thought that Hook needed to have a tux that reflects his personality, so you can’t go from leather to just a basic tux,” he said. “We felt like he had to have a little edge to it, so the velvet felt like the Hook version of fancy.”

When asked if he feels “suave” in his wedding attire, O’Donoghue was bashful with his response. “I guess so,” he chuckled. “I hope it looks OK.”

“You look amazing!” Morrison chimed in while brushing a piece of lint off of O’Donoghue’s sleeve. “He’s been getting a little jealous about all of the attention the dress has been getting, so I’m trying to butter him up a little bit about his velvet jacket.”

3. The Dress: Morrison, who could not stop beaming during our interview, praised her “absolutely incredible” relationship with Castro and that from “day one” he has included her in each and every fashion choice for Emma. So, naturally, the blonde beauty was an integral part in creating Emma’s wedding “vision,” and even O’Donoghue had something to add!

“We had talked about it and Colin did say, ‘It should be something very vintage,’ and I was like, ‘Yeah, I agree!’ Something Eddy and Adam and I had always talked about was that everything she wears should feel a little bit timeless,” Morrison explained. “So we definitely wanted to stay in the classic range with her for the wedding gown, and we felt like what better than a real fairy tale like Grace Kelly’s? She was definitely the inspiration for this.”

Castro echoed Morrison’s sentiments, writing, “Jennifer and I looked at several designs, and she immediately responded to Grace Kelly’s wedding dress — originally designed by Helen Rose in 1956 nearly 60 years ago! The Grace Kelly gown addressed all the concerns that Jennifer Morrison had, so we decided to replicate it.”

“Originally, the wedding was to be shot outside, therefore considerations of warmth needed to be addressed,” Castro added. There was a “time crunch” to complete the intricate Alecon Lace and ivory peau de soie gown and matching silk tulle veil and both were constructed in the Once Upon a Time workrooms over the course of two weeks. “We barely had time to fit the gown once, but it all worked out,” he said.

As for Emma’s gorgeous headpiece? Castro said that his colleague, Isabel Bloor, only had “a few days” to construct it, but it immediately became Morrison’s favorite part of the ensemble. “I want to keep this headpiece thing!” the actress declared. “I think it’s so spectacular.”

4. The Rings: As we were interviewing the on-screen couple, we could not help noticing the massive sparkler on Morrison’s finger, which was freshly accompanied by a unique, slightly mismatched wedding band.

“Oh yeah, that’s the ring! He’s got good taste, this one,” Morrison said while gesturing to O’Donoghue when we audibly “Ooh-ed!” mid-sentence. “You actually picked them, didn’t you?”

“Mmmhmm,” O’Donoghue confirmed. “I picked the engagement ring and then they showed me this [wedding band] and I was like, ‘Yeah, that’ll do.'” To which Morrison added, “They’re very inclusive with us around here. It’s really nice.”

Kitsis and Horowitz explained that they have always encouraged the actors to “take ownership of their characters,” and allowing them to select things like the right gowns or props is a natural extension of that. “I think our props department is awesome and I’m sure that they had some great rings,” Horowitz said. “Nobody knows the character of Hook better than Colin, so of course he’d be the one to figure out what it should be.”

5. The Vows: We’re not going to get into the specifics of the vows because we want you all to experience the same, tear-filled awe that we witnessed on set. “The goal with the vows was to have the characters speak sincerely from the heart to each other, and we hope that comes across,” Horowitz said.

For the actors, both Morrison and O’Donoghue admitted that Emma and Killian’s nuptials are the perfect blend of simplicity and heart.

“I can’t speak for Colin, but when I read this script, I loved the whole script,” Morrison said. “I felt like just in every single page of it, I was smiling and happy. And not just as someone on the show, but as someone who is a fan — I just loved it. I was just so happy, and part of what I liked so much about the vows was how simple and honest and direct they are.”

“They weren’t over the top and they’re not convoluted in any way,” she continued. “I think Hook and Emma are two people who are very direct and they know each other so well at this point. And the fact that the writers made sure that they knew exactly what they needed and wanted to hear in that moment was very, very cool to me.”

“Yeah, I felt the same way,” O’Donoghue agreed with his co-star. “I was glad that it wasn’t reams and reams of lovey-dovey stuff just for the sake of it. It was, as you said, very direct, to the point. I liked the fact that Hook doesn’t shy away from the fact that he wasn’t great at the start and he just wanted revenge. He just cuts to the chase and says Emma is the reason that he believed that he could love again. She sort of showed him what it was to be in love, so that’s what I liked about it.”

6. The Reception: We already told you a little bit about the “inspiration” behind Emma and Killian’s reception song, “A Happy Beginning,” but did you know that this particular musical moment in the episode is going to send you into a complete and total frenzy? It definitely made Morrison extremely giddy…

“It’s been so fun! I mean, I feel like I just keep repeating myself. It’s just so fun, it’s just so fun! You’re going to have a whole article of Jennifer said, ‘It’s just so fun!’ over and over again,” she exclaimed. “We got to go to the recording studio, we got to work with a great voice coach and, for Emma, the music came from a very organic place. It wasn’t a fantasy sequence or Fairy-Tale Land where it would make sense, but it’s just been fun!”

O’Donoghue added that it was great to be able to work with the composers of the musical episode, Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner. “I had never sang in a way where you had to be so expressive and tell the story on top of trying to get the melody out,” he explained. “What’s great is that the songs all feel like they’ve been around for forever as part of this sort of Disney world. They really incorporated these brand new songs so well into the story of Once Upon a Time and I think that it’s fantastic.”

As for Captain Swan’s first dance as husband and wife? Prepare to be blown away by their smooth moves. “Yes, we get to dance!” Morrison said. “I mean, I wish I got to dance more. I grew up dancing, so I was wishing that there was more dancing to it.”

“I didn’t grow up dancing. I guess I’m just a natural,” O’Donoghue said with a laugh.

“He is a natural,” Morrison confirmed, “but we also have to deal with the fact that he only has one hand!” O’Donoghue added that learning the choreography has been a bit of a “complicated” process when it comes to the “lifts and stuff,” but the two actors are used to the one-handed challenges.

“You have to move the dance balance around differently and, obviously, we don’t want to, like, have any injuries with the hook. We’ve gotten really good at working around that hook though,” Morrison explained with a giggle. “Wait — That sounded wrong. I didn’t mean it the way that sounded!”

“You just said that in an interview,” O’Donoghue taunted.

“I didn’t mean to!” Morrison protested through a fit of laughs. “Aw, man!”

(Writer’s Note: When we offered to strike that part of the interview from the record, O’Donoghue was quick to playfully back up his co-star’s words. “No, no, no! You can keep it in.”)

7. The Honeymoon: Once again, we’re not going to spoil the episode’s events for you, but when the musical hour ends, and we prepare for “The Final Battle” ahead, it’s clear that newlywed bliss may not immediately be in the cards for our couple.

So what do the actors think Emma and Killian’s “dream honeymoon” would be? “Five minutes alone probably,” O’Donoghue chuckled.

“Yeah, exactly!” Morrison smiled. “Just somewhere with a door locked. I think just a couple bottles of wine and some french fries and a bath, maybe?”

“Oh really, what else?” O’Donoghue pressed.

“I don’t know!” she answered playfully. “I just feel like it should be really relaxing because their lives are very stressful because they’re always trying to save people and I feel like a romantic bath might be nice.”

“Well, there you go!” O’Donoghue said as he and Morrison burst into laughter.

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