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In the sixth-season opener, the heroes plot to halt Hyde, and Emma develops a curious side effect. Meanwhile, refugees from the Land of Untold Stories invade Storybrooke; Regina and Zelena become roommates; and in a flashback, Jafar confronts Aladdin.
Snow White would be well advised to “watch her six” when ABC’s Once Upon a Time returns.
In this exclusive photo below from Season 6 (premiering Sunday, Sept. 25 at 8/7c), Snow, David and Regina (played by Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas and Lana Parrilla) are out exploring a most unusual crash site in the Storybrooke woods, in the wake of the Untold Stories characters relocating to their quaint Maine burg. Little does the princess/warrior know, something that Regina’s regal self did in the past is poised to also come crashing down around her.
“Snow’s history with Regina comes back to haunt her and Charming,” co-showrunner Adam Horowitz tells TVLine, “as a plan set in motion years ago by the Evil Queen comes to dangerous fruition in present-day Storybrooke.”
Might this ominous twist tie into what Josh Dallas shared at Comic-Con (in the video down below), that “some things [David] thought were truths in his life… maybe weren’t so true”? That the Charmings would have “stuff to deal with”?
If you’ve ever wondered what a real fairy tale romance looks like, look no further than Josh Dallas and Ginnifer Goodwin. The couple, who recently celebrated the birth of their second child, met on the set of Once Upon a Time, and their romance is even stronger than that of their characters, Snow White and Prince Charming. Along with a few other reporters, we got the chance to talk to Josh at Comic-Con, and he spilled on what it was like falling in love with Ginnifer during filming.
“Magical — on and off screen it was magical. I think that particularly the first season had that kind of quality to it. It was really exciting to play that couple, Snow White and Charming, that couple that has that real pure love from the start. I can remember now when we were shooting the pilot, we were shooting that scene where he rides up on the horse and she’s asleep in the coffin and she’s surrounded by the forest and she’s, for all he knows, dead, and he goes to kiss her and she wakes up. I remember it started to snow when we were there and it seemed so symbolic and magical.”
Sadly Ginnifer did not attend San Diego Comic Con this year but there is still lots of Once Upon a Time news from today’s panel!
Entertainment Weekly shares a clip of the cast talking about what is happening with the characters.
The cast on how the ‘Land of Untold Stories’ affects their characters
Once Upon a Time has been melding classic storybook characters into its own world since its first season, but now with the inclusion of “The Land of Untold Stories,” everyone is facing their own challenges and trials.
Stars Jennifer Morrison, Jared Gilmore, Josh Dallas, Lana Parrilla, Emilie de Ravin, Colin O’Donoghue, and Rebecca Mader stopped by EW’s studio at San Diego Comic-Con Saturday to discuss the details of the upcoming season, what plagues each character, and how dark the show could get.
When audiences last saw the inhabitants of Storybrook, the Evil Queen was split in two and Belle was suffering a sleeping curse. “I can’t say a lot about that,” states de Ravin on what to expect from the spell. “You do find out a lot about her past, present, and future through it.”
With the fate of many characters up in the air, the heroes and villains still have the link of needing to confront their own problems. “I think when you come back home you have to deal with yourself. We’re all facing our own baggage,” reveals Morrison on the emotional toll that characters will feel this season. “Regina’s doing that in the most obvious way because she’s literally split in two, but metaphorically that’s at work in all of us.”
It seems as time goes on, the characters are bound to experience more struggles, causing a darker tone than before. “I think the first season was probably the darkest,” answers Parrilla. “Then after that they backed off.”
Watch the full interview above. One Upon a Time returns Sunday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
Tonight I was watching some episodes of Sofia the First with my daughter and came across the one featuring Ginnifer’s voice and I thought I would share this clip of the song Gwen sings with Sofia.
Thank you to People for sharing this exciting news! Congratulations to Josh & Ginny!
And baby makes four!
Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas welcomed their second child together, a son, on June 1, E! News reports. The couple’s baby boy is named Hugo Wilson Dallas.
The Once Upon a Time stars, who married in April 2014 and are already parents to 22-month-old son Oliver Finlay, confirmed to PEOPLE in November that they were expecting their second child.
Goodwin, 37, recently spoke to PEOPLE about how her second pregnancy is even more exhausting than her first.
“Now I’m running after a toddler, working on a series and doing a press tour,” she said, but added that she was doing “remarkably well” and the pregnancy was flying by.
“The first time you feel like you are pregnant for four years,” Goodwin said. “This time, I don’t know how many weeks I am. I have to reference my date book!”
Want to wish Ginny a happy birthday! Hope it has been a great day!