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Oct 14
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Two new stills of Ginnifer as Mayor Mary Margaret from Sunday’s new episode of Once Upon a Time.

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Oct 14
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When an icy spell is cast on Marian, which will ultimately freeze her heart and kill her, the Storybrooke residents place the blame on Elsa. But unbeknownst to anyone, a mysterious woman who runs the town’s ice cream parlor has the same powers as Elsa and is trying to frame her. Emma and David find former Merry Men member Will Scarlet rummaging through Robin Hood’s tent, Regina teams up with Henry to try and discover who the author of the fairy tale book is, Mary Margaret is having trouble balancing her duties as leader of Storybrooke and mother to young Prince Neal, and Hook begins to suspect that Mr. Gold is still in control of the dagger that calls upon him to be the Dark One. Meanwhile, in Arendelle of the past, Elsa and Kristoff set off to stop Hans from attempting to take control of the kingdom


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Oct 14
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The Hollywood Reporter gives us a look at tomorrow’s all new episode of Once Upon A Time

Once Upon a Time is freezing over — literally.

In a desperate attempt to locate her missing sister, Anna (Elizabeth Lail), Elsa (Georgina Haig) accidentally traps Emma (Jennifer Morrison) in an ice cave and things go south as the dipping temperatures put her in grave danger. With Regina (Lana Parrilla) abandoning her duties as mayor and focusing on her troubles with Robin Hood and Marian, the townspeople turn to another to lead Storybrooke: Mary Margaret (Ginnifer Goodwin).

The Hollywood Reporter exclusively debuts a scene from Sunday’s episode, “White Out,” wherein Mary Margaret faces her first big test: trying to restore power to the town after Elsa freezes the power lines. Her struggles to solve the problem are noted by Happy (Mike Coleman), Grumpy (Lee Arenberg) and Granny (Beverley Elliott), who suggest other Plan Bs (Gepetto, Dr. Will), angering Mary Margaret in the mean time.

When Happy rattles off all the things they won’t be able to use due to the power outage, such as “TV, DVD, CD, DVR, DVD,” Mary Margaret — running on minimal sleep and acclimating to being a new mother — has a full-blown freakout. “Stop saying letters!”

Note to self: Don’t piss off Snow.

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


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Oct 14
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Thanks to Jennifer Morrison we have the first pic of Ginnifer on the set of Once Upon a Time Season Four.

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Oct 14
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Added HQ caps from Sunday’s Season Premiere of Once Upon a Time.

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Sep 14
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So happy that Once is back!!!!! The premiere had fabulous ratings! So glad everyone tuned in. Here is a preview for next Sunday’s episode!


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Sep 14
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The Hollywood Reporter spoke with members of the Once Upon a Time cast to discuss some of the questions related to season 4 of the series! Are you all as excited for Sunday as I am?!?!?!

Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Lana Parrilla, Colin O’Donoghue and others preview the season’s non-‘Frozen’ arcs

With Frozen on the horizon in the Once Upon a Time universe, what else can viewers expect from the new season?

At the end of last season, Emma and Captain Hook inadvertently left a portal open, allowing just enough time for Frozen’s Elsa to slip into town. Plus, there was the awkward love triangle between Regina, Robin Hood and his once-dead wife Marian, Mr. Gold and Belle’s marriage lie and the Charmings’ venture into parenthood. As Jennifer Morrison tells The Hollywood Reporter, the premiere contains “a mess of information” that she promises will “come together.”

Ahead of Sunday’s return, the Once stars talk to THR about season-four’s biggest non-Frozen questions.

Can Captain Hook and Emma be in a healthy relationship?

Things were looking good for the happy couple at the end of season three but in Storybrooke, that bliss is only temporary. “They’ve really invested in maybe wanting to be together,” Colin O’Donoghue tells THR. “Emma is The Savior and Hook is a 200-year-old pirate — it’s never going to be plain sailing or easy going. But they’re going to try their best to make their relationship work.” In doing so, Hook — who will “do whatever it takes, good or bad” to maintain their romance — will be forced to decide whether “he can find a place for Emma within his heart when she’s so busy trying to save the world,” O’Donoghue adds.

Morrison echoes that sentiment, saying that though Emma and Hook both desire “to be the better versions of themselves and vulnerable enough to be close to someone romantically,” it’s easier said than done, especially when more immediate threats like Elsa’s snow monster loom. “There’s a lot of trying to work out a relationship in the midst of a lot of chaos, which is funny at times and heartbreaking at times, and causes them to really figure out how this could or couldn’t work,” she says.

Who will Robin Hood choose: Marian or Regina?

After the unexpected return of Marian, Robin Hood is now faced with a major dilemma, one that is addressed head-on in the show’s return. Does he honor his vow to Marian or does he start anew with Regina? A decision is made. “I have a certain living situation I have to deal with, with a current romance and a wife coming back from the dead,” Sean Maguire tells THR. “That seems to be the situation last season ended with. Suffice it to say, Robin Hood does come to a truce of sorts.”

Regina is understandably frustrated by the sudden turn of events, which may veer her off her path of goodness. “We’ll see Regina really battling the two sides of good and evil. She’s been on the road to redemption for the last couple of years and yet she’s been evil for most of her life,” Lana Parrilla tells THR. “Where is she really comfortable living? And is she going to continue down her old habitual ways or is she going to surprise us all and do the right thing?”

How does Emma cope with the guilt of causing Regina’s unhappiness?

Well, it’s complicated. “Emma can’t apologize for saving a life, but it’s not her plan to mess up Regina’s true love,” Morrison says. “She’s trying to toe the line. She’s trying to prove that she truly is Regina’s friend and that she truly wants what’s best for her, but also protect Marian.” Juggling a vengeful Regina won’t be an easy task for Emma and that becomes an ongoing season-four thread. “Ultimately, Emma is trying to keep Regina in a good place in her life. She’s worked so hard and come so far from her villainous mindset that it would be tragic, in Emma’s eyes [if she returned to that] because she’s become Emma’s friend,” Morrison says. “[Emma]’s going to spend time fighting to prove her friendship and fighting to keep Regina in a good place.”

How do David and Mary Margaret navigate parenthood?
“It’s hard because they’re finding this all out as they go. It’s basically the first time they’ve [raised a child]. They don’t want to lose [baby Neal] like they lost Emma,” Josh Dallas tells THR. “Emma has suffered a lot of psychological repercussions because of it. She’s isolated herself because of it. They want to raise Neal right and still honor Emma as their child.” Says Ginnifer Goodwin, Snow and Charming “are confronting a lot of their exceptionally guilty feelings in having lost the opportunity with Emma, who has a remarkable story with Hook.”

What about Charming’s past?

Attention will be given in the first half of the season to Prince Charming’s “origins,” Dallas hints. “We’re going to see, in my opinion, the most important friendship he’s ever had outside of Snow White that really changes the entire course of his life and sets him on the path of becoming the hero that he is. It’s an unlikely connection with a character that I can’t wait for people to see.”

Will Mary Margaret get back into the workforce?

The simple answer: Yes. Though her immediate focus will be to raise Neal, Goodwin says, she will find herself taking on a new job. “She has been thrust in a brand-new job while she’s trying to juggle [raising a newborn] and she’s expected to rule as she is technically the ruler of the Enchanted Forest transported to Storybrooke,” she says. Morrison hints that Mary Margaret will be taking over a position of considerable power for someone else within Storybrooke.

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Sep 14
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(LOS ANGELES) — Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas have had a busy few months!

After welcoming their son, Oliver, neither of the Once Upon a Time stars have gotten much rest.

“He also has not slept since mid-May. I’m always telling him, ‘You can sleep,’ but he won’t, he always helps,” Goodwin told Us Weekly. “He’s my knight in shining armor.”

Goodwin, 36, and Dallas, 32, met on the set of the ABC series and were married this past April.

Now back to work, the actress said they bring the baby with them.

“He has a trailer. It is a Star Wars trailer and it is on the lot and he comes with us every day because I have to see him every couple hours,” she told E! “We are in a very, very fortuitous position that we can bring our kid to work.”

Just don’t expect him to make a cameo.

“Absolutely not,” she said, when asked if the baby will follow in his parents’ footsteps. “We are going to gently nudge him in any direction but acting!”

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