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Naomi / May 2nd, 2017

For Once Upon a Time‘s Emma Swan and Killian “Captain Hook” Jones, their imminent, musical wedding day (airing Sunday at 8/7c) brings with it few jitters — *save for one looming threat from the Black Fairy.

The ABC series’ co-creators, meanwhile, did not take lightly the task of bringing to the screen such an anticipated affair. “It’s intimidating to throw a fairy tale wedding, especially for Hook and Emma,” affirms Adam Horowitz. Part of the difficulty, he quips, is “knowing which pirates to invite and which not to!” Eddy Kitsis meanwhile says it was also critical to find “a nice chuppah.”
Turning serious about doing right by the show’s heroine, Kitsis says, “For us, the most important thing is that [the wedding] was intimate and that you really understood that this was a real milestone in Emma’s growth. She started the show by denying she had a child, and we see her walls up. So for her, in marrying Hook, she was also embracing everything. She was really moving forward with her life, and that is what we wanted.”

That, and “hopefully to make some people cry.”

And cry with joy, some fans might. During TVLine’s visit to the set for the filming of the episode — and amid discussing the episode’s purely musical aspects (detailed here) — Jennifer Morrison and her leading man, Colin O’Donoghue, also shared insight into the bride and groom’s mindset, as their big day unfolds.

TVLINE | Jen, remind me, have you worn a wedding dress before for any role?
JENNIFER MORRISON |
Yeah. I’ve worn a lot of wedding dresses.

TVLINE | How have those past weddings gone?
MORRISON |
Fine, I guess. [Laughs] But this is the first time I’ve actually said vows.

TVLINE | As joyous as the day is, is there a tiny, dark cloud looming out there somewhere?
MORRISON |
Well, we think that we’ve handled the Black Fairy (played by Jaime Murray), and then we end up realizing that we haven’t, and that the threat is still looming. So we were hoping to go into the wedding not worrying about her showing up, not worrying about her interrupting it, not worrying about her ruining anything, but it turns out that there’s a possibility that she could be a problem.

TVLINE | In the group dance number I just saw being filmed, are your characters just letting themselves be free at that moment, pushing any worries aside?
COLIN O’DONOGHUE |
At this point in time, they’ve just decided whatever’s going to happen is going to happen. We need to make the most of time that we have together now because it’s Storybrooke and you never know what’s going to happen.
MORRISON | And we know that we want to be together. We know there are no doubts about that. We just want to move ahead with it and enjoy the moment.
O’DONOGHUE | There’s a little glimmer of hope in the middle of a pretty desperate situation.

TVLINE | Watching the group dance number, I felt like this is the happiest Emma has let herself be. In the past it’s always, “I’m happyish, but….”
MORRISON |
A lot of the song that we shot yesterday (Morrison’s solo, titled “Emma’s Theme”) is about Emma getting to that place in her life, which I think kind of marks the final transformation from ugly duckling to swan. She overcomes the last of her fears and baggage, and realizes that this song has been within her, her whole life, and it holds a power that she didn’t realize.
O’DONOGHUE | In [the group number] or the previous scene that we filmed, it’s all happiness. There’s no negative aspect. They know that what’s going to happen is going to happen, and they don’t care. They’re just expressing how much they love each other, and…
MORRISON | And that’s it.
O’DONOGHUE | That’s it.

But again, the possibility that the Black Fairy is still in play and gunning for “The Final Battle” (as in the title of next week’s two-part finale) cast a slight pall over the proceedings, as the time to be pronounced husband and wife nears. “Weddings on the TV series Once Upon a Time traditionally are frought with unexpected circumstances. And this is no different,” Horowitz reminds. Or as Jared Gilmore, whose face fills the hour’s very final frame, puts it: “That’s Once Upon a Time for you, always that looming threat. Evil stuff going on!”

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Naomi / April 24th, 2017

We know that many Once Upon a Time fans are currently counting down the seconds until Hook and Emma tie the knot in the upcoming musical extravaganza. (FYI, it’s only 1,209,600 seconds away.) So we’ve got something that is going to curb your Captain Swan cravings!

ET has your first look photo of Hook looking oh-so dashing in his wedding tux, plus exclusive details from set about how this velvet suit was selected, and why fans are going to be “very happy” with Emma and Killian’s journey down the aisle.

“I think I can probably credit [Once Upon a Time showrunner] Eddy [Kitsis] for this look,” star Colin O’Donoghue dished of his suit to ET during a joint interview with Jennifer Morrison on Once’s Vancouver set last month. “We were going to go in a different direction and Eddy was like, ‘It has to be black velvet!’ So that’s it — it’s black velvet.”

“It’s really soft though,” the 36-year-old actor added with a laugh.

Kitsis further explained to ET that he and co-executive producer Adam 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 revealed. “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!” co-star Jennifer Morrison chimed in while looking dazzling herself in her intricately laced wedding gown. “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.”

While Morrison hopes that “brains explode” when Captain Swan fans finally witness Emma and Killian’s vows to one another, O’Donoghue was a bit more sentimental with his predictions.

“I think that they’ll be very happy,” he said. “Because even to get to this point in this season, they’ve had such ups and downs. So to get to this place, within the realm of what’s about to happen to them and all that kind of stuff, is pretty impressive.”

O’Donoghue continued, “They’ve just decided that, ‘You know what? We love each other, we want to be together and now is the time to do it.'”

Once again, Oncers, this article only contains a teeny, tiny bit of all the interviews that ET gathered while on set of Once Upon a Time’s musical wedding extravaganza! So make sure you keep it locked to ETonline and follow @LeanneAguilera on Twitter for even more magical scoop in the weeks to come!

Once Upon a Time airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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Naomi / April 22nd, 2017



Naomi / April 17th, 2017

This interview also contains spoilers, DO NOT read if you want to avoid being spoiled!

Wedding bells will soon be ringing — and the residents of Storybrooke will also be singing — during Once Upon a Time‘s highly anticipated musical episode.

At the close of Sunday’s episode, Emma (Jennifer Morrison) was able to rescue Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) from Neverland, so he promptly and properly proposed. EW can, therefore, reveal that Emma and Hook are really getting married, which is the basis of the May 7 musical hour!

“When we started talking about the musical, we wanted it to be a special episode,” executive producer Edward Kitsis says. “We thought Emma’s wedding felt like the natural milestone for us.”

Adds executive producer Adam Horowitz: “It felt like the right place. Hopefully, when you see how the device works within the episode and how it relates to Emma and her character journey, it all seems to make sense that it would lead up to this. It worked on both a plot and character level, and it allowed us the fun of actually doing a musical episode.”

Stay tuned for much more news about Emma and Hook’s wedding, as well as why the residents of Storybrooke will be breaking into song! In the meantime, read our postmortem with Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas about that heartbreaking Snow and Charming reveal here.

Once Upon a Time airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Naomi / April 17th, 2017

This interview contains spoilers, so don’t read it if you tend to avoid them.

We at ET are thrilled to confirm that Once Upon a Time’s highly anticipated musical extravaganza — which will air Sunday, May 7 — will also be the episode in which Emma Swan and Killian Jones get married.

(We’re just going to pause here for a second to let that glorious news sink in and for the subsequent screams of excitement die down. All good? Great! Now take another deep breath and keep reading…)

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 asked the star-studded cast what their initial reaction was after discovering that Emma and Hook would be tying the knot in season six’s penultimate episode.

“I thought it was perfect,” Jennifer Morrison gushed to ET during a joint interview with co-star Colin O’Donoghue. “We just felt, like, what better way to make it feel extra special than to have [the wedding] also be the musical episode?”

From recording the original songs, to learning the choreography and finding the inspiration for her wedding gown, (more on that later!) Morrison revealed that working on the musical episode has been a career highlight.

“It’s been so fun!” the 38-year-old actress exclaimed. “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 saying, ‘It’s just so fun!’ over and over again,” O’Donoghue said with a laugh.

When asked how they would tease the episode for the fans, the actors were quick to cut to the chase.

“It’s a musical episode where Hook and Emma…” Morrison began thoughtfully.

“Get married!” O’Donoghue chimed in with a smirk. “Teased! Boom!”

“Oh wait, you mean without a spoiler? Umm, but it’s a spoiler, on top of a spoiler, wrapped in a spoiler!” Morrison dished. “Hook and Emma find themselves on a brand new adventure that changes the rest of their lives. Wait, that’s not good. Hmm, OK. Hook and Emma follow through on a critical decision…”

“With music, and dance, and some mighty fine romance!” O’Donoghue added.

Although we’re not going to reveal any specific episode details at this time, we can tell you that Morrison and O’Donoghue are well aware that Captain Swan fans are going to completely lose it when they see Emma and Killian’s wedding.

“I hope their brains explode!” Morrison giggled playfully. “I mean, I hope they enjoy it as much as we have. It’s been so fun. I just said it again!”

Listen up, Oncers! This article only contains a teeny, tiny bit of all the interviews that ET gathered while on set of Once Upon a Time’s musical wedding extravaganza, so make sure you keep it locked to ETonline and follow @LeanneAguilera on Twitter for even more magical scoop in the weeks to come!

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Sheila / April 14th, 2017

How will Hook react to the Black Fairy on Once Upon a Time? — Kendall

Well, that depends on whether Hook makes it back to Storybrooke (shhh, he totally makes it back to Storybrooke). “She is essentially the ultimate evil,” Colin O’Donoghue says. “She’s as bad as it gets, as bad as we’ve seen on Once Upon a Time. Hook is slightly unaware of some of that because he’s been gone. What Hook is most worried about is the Final Battle and what’s going to happen with Emma, because as is, she foresaw her death. That’s the woman that he loves, and we’re very close to that [happening], so it’s more about trying to figure out how he can get back to help her to try and figure out a way of stopping it.” Here’s a BONUS SCOOP about Sunday’s episode from Ginnifer Goodwin: “The backstory that we learn in that episode is also fairly heartbreaking and focuses a lot on the sacrifices that we make for the family as we discover that the Charmings may have had an opportunity to reunite with Emma long before they did.”

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Colin O’Donoghue is an Irish actor/musician. He was born in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland on January 26th, 1981. He is best known for his role as Captain Hook in Once Upon a Time and his role as Michael Kovak in the Rite.

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