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The LA Times did an article based on the panel from PaleyFest on Sunday. Here are some of what they shared about the rest of Season 1 of Once Upon A Time.

1. Before the end of Season 1, fans will find out what Snow did to make the Evil Queen hate her so much. And Ginnifer Goodwin (Snow White/Mary Margaret) promises it will be worth the wait. “Its complication is what’s so beautiful about it,” she said. “It’s not black and white. It really adds a richness to the relationship between Snow and the Queen.”

Goodwin also told Hero Complex in the press tent before the panel that Horowitz and Kitsis made her privy to this long-awaited secret several months back. “A lot of things we don’t learn ahead of time, but I actually knew what Snow White had done, so that when I reference it in previous episodes I would have some sort of gravitas about the situation – I would understand the weight that it carries,” Goodwin said.

2. The actors love playing two characters who are really one and the same. Josh Dallas told the audience, “It was just such a gift to come in and get to play two characters.” The Prince Charming actor told Hero Complex that the prince’s qualities – honor, bravery and confidence – are ones that David “has in him, and it’s just fighting to come out.”

In the press tent, Goodwin talked about her approach to her two characters: “I try not to do any work to make the characters consistent because I feel that there are certain inherent qualities that I have that overlap with the character … that I can’t help but portray. Because I am one actor playing the two roles, that work is all done for me.”

6. Goodwin is glad she got dressing up as Snow White out of the way a few years ago. It may have been her last chance, as she recalled telling her sister, “I feel like if I’m ever cast as a Disney princess, then I can never dress up as one for Halloween because that would be so pretentious!” Coincidentally, Jennifer Morrison (Emma) dressed as Alice in Wonderland the same year.

To read the rest of the article and learn more about the rest of the season that doesn’t include Ginny’s two characters go here.

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