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Feb 14
Ali Big Love, Images Comments Off on Big Love | Season One Captures

I finally finished adding HQ caps of Season One of Ginnifer’s series Big Love.

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Ginnifer Goodwin Online > Big Love > Season One > Episode Captures

Feb 14
Ali Images, Once Upon A Time Comments Off on Once Upon a Time | Season Three Promotional Images

ABC has released some new season 3 promotional images from Once Upon a Time. The ones of Ginnifer have been added to the gallery!

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Ginnifer Goodwin Online > Once Upon a Time > Season Three > Promotional Shoots

Jan 14
Ali Images, Photoshoots Comments Off on New York Times Outtakes

Thanks to Renee we have two beautiful new images from a shoot Ginnifer did last year for the New York Times.

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Ginnifer Goodwin Online > Outtakes > 2013 > 003

Jan 14
Ali Once Upon A Time Comments Off on Once Upon a Time Spring Preview: Addled Emma, MIA Neal and 6 Other Burning Qs Answered

TVLine gives us a bit of a look into the second half of the season of Once Upon a Time.

The spring premiere of ABC’s Once Upon a Time is still seven weeks away, but at long last we have some fresh intel on the ramifications and aftermath of the game-changing midseason finale.

When last we tuned in: To save Storybrooke from being enslaved by Peter Pan and the Dark Curse Redux, Rumple used the Dark One’s dagger to do in his mortal enemy, while Regina worked her hocus pocus to ward off the curse. That crafty countermeasure, however, came with a steep cost: As Storybrooke vanished as if it never existed, everyone — save for Henry and Emma, who went on to live in New York City with tweaked memories — was transported back to from whence they came.

Series creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis broke their Lost-like “radio silence” to share with TVLine on Friday night an overview of the second half of the season. Here, for starters, are some quick answers to some burning questions — but rest assured, much more is to come.

The midseason finale closed with Emma and Henry — one year after being sapped of their Storybrooke memories — being visited in New York City by a strange man wearing guyliner and way too much leather. And when he went in for True Love’s Kiss, Emma was having none of it. “Emma’s not easily charmed by him in the real world,” Kitsis reports. “I’ll just say that!”

“There’s a very good reason why Neal didn’t come,” Kitsis assures. (Perhaps Henry’s pop is counted among the “family” Hook arrived to report was “in trouble”?)

Though Regina gifted Emma and Henry with new, “good” memories in which the incarcerated beauty had never given her boy up for adoption, Henry’s paternity remains intact. That said, any eventual reunion won’t necessarily be a joyful one. “In Emma’s current mind. the last time she saw Neal, that guy f—ing let her go to jail,” Kitsis points out. “She doesn’t have the benefit of re-meeting him in New York.”

With the introduction of Lost alum Rebecca Mader’s emerald enchantress, expect “lots of backstory” on the spring season’s Big Bad. “Whether that unfolds in Storybrooke, the Enchanted Forest or Oz — or all three — remains to be seen,” Horowitz teases. (And no, this Wicked Witch is not also known as either Miss Gulch, Elphaba or any other familiar name, but one of Once’s own creation a la the Evil Queen’s mum Cora.)

Does a dwarf carry a pick axe? Kitsis trumpets the showdown between sorceresses thusly: “Wicked versus Evil! That’s the second half of our season.”

That awaited encounter takes place in the second episode back, airing March 16. But since Regina once already forsook the chance to meet him (in flashback), Kitsis asks: “What does it look like for her to be given a second chance? How does she react to it?” — especially when she’s a bit preoccupied with “huge, more important things,” Horowitz notes, “like the loss of her son, and trying to destroy that Wicked Witch!”

This is where the producers will only offer up a pat, “Keep watching.” Adds Kitsis, “The fate of Rumple and Belle is something that’s going to be explored.” Since the Dark One seemingly did himself in, in the course of vanquishing Peter Pan/his father Malcolm, “There’s plenty of story we have in mind for Belle, that we hope the audience likes,” says Horowitz. “Emilie [de Ravin] is fantastic, doing some of her best work that we’ve ever seen.”

In a word, yes — even though the Maine burg blinked out of existence in the midseason finale. “But how and why [we see Storybrooke again] and what happens there is something we don’t want to spoil,” says Horowitz.

Jan 14
Ali Images, Sesame Street Comments Off on Sesame Street Stills

I have added some images from Ginnifer’s Sesame Street Guest Appearance to the gallery!

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Ginnifer Goodwin Online > Sesame Street > Season Forty Four > 44×18 | The Princess Story (Stills)
Ginnifer Goodwin Online > Sesame Street > Season Forty Four > On the Set

Jan 14
Ali Sesame Street, Video Comments Off on ‘Sesame Street’: Ginnifer Goodwin and Abby Cadabby go on an adventure

Tomorrow Ginnifer is a guest on the popular series Sesame Street! Entertainment Weekly gives us a look behind the scenes of Ginny’s guest appearance. Make sure that you tune in and watch tomorrow morning!

Once Upon a Time star Ginnifer Goodwin has made a trip to Sesame Street, and, naturally, it’s a guest appearance that befits a princess. Taking a break from what the actress calls “her day job” playing Snow White on Once Upon a Time, Goodwin teams up with fairy Muppet Abby Cadabby to teach kids about the word “adventure.”

Goodwin learned that Sesame Street wanted her on the show via an email from her publicist. Having grown up watching the PBS series with her younger sister, Goodwin’s reply was pretty enthusiastic: “I believe my response was in all-caps, and there was a lot of cursing and happiness,” she told EW.

Abby Cadabby, puppeteered by Leslie Carrara-Rudolph, and Goodwin immediately hit it off on set. After the two met, Abby exclaimed, “You’re so cute!” to which Goodwin responded, “You’re so cute!” Then Abby fired right back, “No, you’re so cute! I love your dress!” Abby couldn’t take her eyes off that city map-print dress — later she said, “Can I have the house on the other side of your boob?”

Throughout her time on set for Sesame Street, Goodwin appeared to be full of joy and wonder, a demeanor that certainly lent itself to a segment about the word “adventure.”

esame Street head writer and director Joey Mazzarino said of the actress, “What a light. She is like a Muppet herself. When she and Abby started to play, it really felt like a little kid playing with another little kid. Anytime you get a grown-up who still has that little kid side of them and they go to that place — it just makes me so happy.”

Check out Goodwin’s “Word on the Street” segment below:

On set for Sesame Street‘s June shoot of a slew of celebrity appearances, EW asked Goodwin if she’ll someday use the video of her visit to Sesame Street as evidence that she’s a really cool mom should she ever have kids. Goodwin said, “Totally! I’m gonna hold onto this one until they’re old enough to really appreciate it.” She may get that opportunity soon: Goodwin now is expecting her first child with fiancé Josh Dallas, a.k.a. Once Upon a Time‘s Prince Charming.
Goodwin’s appearance airs in this Thursday’s episode, titled “The Princess Story,” at 10 a.m. ET/PT on PBS. Other celebs set to appear later this season include Pitch Perfect star Anna Kendrick, True Blood actress Rutina Wesley and Olympian Evan Lysacek.

Dec 13
Ali Images, Photoshoots Comments Off on Prestige Outtakes

Earlier this year Ginny did a photo shoot for Prestige and looked absolutely stunning! Here are some additional images (and some higher res of the old ones) thanks to my good friend Renee!

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Ginnifer Goodwin Online > 2013 > 004

Dec 13
Ali Once Upon A Time, Video Comments Off on Once Upon a Time | New York City Serenade Promo

What a midseason finale!!! March 9th can’t come fast enough!

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