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Sep 13
Ali Sofia the First Comments Off on Ginnifer Goodwin Joins The Cast Of “Sofia The First”

Ginnifer has shared some fun news! She is doing the voice of a character on Disney’s Sofia The First!



04
Sep 13
Ali Articles & Interviews, Once Upon A Time Comments Off on Once Upon A Time Interview: Ginnifer Goodwin Talks Season 3

KSiteTV caught up with Ginny at Comic Con and shared this interview with us to give us a bit of a look into Season Three.

Though she had a black spot on her heart in Season 2, Snow White is often as good as they come — and the non-black-spotted Ginnifer Goodwin is always a pleasure to talk to.

We caught up with Goodwin at a roundtable discussion at this year’s Comic-Con to get the scoop on what is coming for Once Upon A Time’s third season, which begins with a trip to Neverland.

“It is fraught with good intentions,” she says of the journey. “I think I can tell you that our intended destination is reached, and I can tell you that we’re going to have to put our egos aside and come together, if we’re not going to kill each other before we get there.”

Once they get there, they’ll have to get used to a new setting with different rules. “We’re going to have to figure out who can help us here, because the rules of every realm are completely different, and we know that. We would never be so foolish as to try to use our tactics, our enchanted Snow White-Prince Charming world tactics, in another realm,” she says. Snow will also have to deal with the conflict of sorting her feelings after the whole darkness-in-her-heart thing that has transpired.

“This is the cross she bears throughout the beginning of the season,” she says. “I’ve only seen a couple of scripts, and I know very little of what’s to come after the first couple of episodes, but I do know that, sort of like the characters are all going to have to come together, Snow herself is going to have to come together. She’s going to have to reconcile these two disparate ends of herself in order to be useful to anybody there. She’s torn in two at this point, and she’s going to have to figure out what parts of Mary-Margaret, even, she’s going to hold on to; and what parts of Mary-Margaret will actually drag her down,” Goodwin confirms.

“Last year it was, for her, about living in the middle, and I think this year, it’s about stepping it up and creating a new character. I mean this as Snow White. I think that she’s realizing that living in the middle — she thought it was going to be playing it safe, but instead it was disastrous. So it’s more that she needs to change,” she continues. Ginnifer openly admits that Snow’s innate ability to trust everyone is not always the best thing to do. “I think that trust is one of her biggest downfalls,” she says. “It’s one of her biggest flaws. She gives everyone the benefit of the doubt all the time. I find it incredibly annoying! It’s like, well, gee, isn’t it a shocker that the Queen lied to her again? The only thing I do find interesting in terms of that is that she’s endlessly right to trust Rumple, which I can’t figure out as an actress, what it is that they have coming, that is why he does always do right by them somehow, and Snow White is trust that he will. But yeah. She gives everybody like 4,000 chances. She’s a bit of a doormat in that way,” she admits.

Goodwin says that Snow’s happy ending would involve “living with Prince Charming and Emma and Henry and seven dwarves, or eight, in the castle in the Enchanted Woods.” But well before that happy ending comes, she’ll have to deal with Neverland, and, at some point in Season 3, Goodwin’s long-time hope of seeing the Little Mermaid on the show will be fulfilled. Is she hoping that Snow White and Ariel will interact.

“On dry land, yes,” Goodwin says. “After our siren episode in the first season, I have no interest in ever diving into that tank again. And also, we shoot in Vancouver B.C. and it is always raining, so I’m wet enough. But, I do hope to interact with her when she does appear on dry land. And we know she gets her legs, so, there you go,” she says, before taking a moment for clarification. “I mean in the story. I don’t mean in our story! I’m not making any claims about what happens to Ariel in our story! I just mean in the story of the Little Mermaid.”

Once Upon A Time Season 3 begins September 29 on ABC.

(Source)


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Sep 13
Ali Articles & Interviews, Once Upon A Time Comments Off on Once Upon a Time Will Have a Split-Season

TV Line shares that Once will run with a split season this year so that there are more episodes in a row.

As ABC president Paul Lee announced at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour, the network has developed split-season plans that will cleave runs in half, serving up each batch on a relatively uninterrupted schedule. Thus far, we have details on how three of the shows will roll out.

ONCE UPON A TIME
Premieres: Sunday, Sept. 29, with 11 in a row* (in large part set in Neverland)
Returns from Winter Hiatus: March 9 (the first Sunday after ABC’s Oscars telecast), with 11 in a row

Also, though exact episode counts were not available:

(source)


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Aug 13
Ali Once Upon A Time, Video Comments Off on Once Upon a Time | Season Three Promo

A new Season 3 Promo for Once Upon A Time! I CAN’T WAIT for September 29th!!!!


08
Aug 13
Ali Once Upon A Time, Video Comments Off on Once Upon A Time | The cast gets goofy in season 2 bloopers

Entertainment Weekly has shared an exclusive look at the Once Upon a Time Season 2 Blooper reel! To watch the video go here.

Between all the spell-casting, battle scenes, and a central family tree that’s getting more tangled by the day, there’s not always room left for laughs on Once Upon a Time. But evidently, that’s not the case behind the scenes — as this blooper reel from season 2 proves.

Everyone from heroic Prince Charming to dearly departed Sheriff Skinnyjeans Graham gets a chance in the silly spotlight in the clip. For fans of the show, it’ll be tough to pick a favorite moment — though it’s particularly fun to see both wicked Cora and her daughter Regina trading smoldering stares for goofy faces.

You’ll find the blooper reel on Once Upon a Time: The Complete Second Season, which hits DVD Aug. 13.


04
Aug 13
Ali Articles & Interviews, Killing Kennedy Comments Off on ‘Killing Kennedy’: Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin discuss playing JFK and Jackie

Zap2It spoke with Ginnifer and Rob Lowe on their new film Killing Kennedy and what it was like playing these iconic characters.

John and Jacqueline Kennedy are probably the most portrayed first couple in American history: Dozens of actors have taken on their roles in the past.

Rob Lowe, who plays JFK in National Geographic’s movie “Killing Kennedy,” is aware of all that, and the potential baggage that comes with it. But he approached the role the way he would if he were playing, say, Hamlet.

“Shakespeare made a career writing about the royals. The Kennedys are sort our royals, and if you believe that concept, then it’s like playing a character from Shakespeare,” Lowe said Wednesday (July 24) at the TCA summer press tour. “Actors play Hamlet all the time. … A lot of people will play JFK in the future. It’s just one of our great American icons.

“But in terms of how you look at it, you try to figure out what can you, individually, bring. For me it was very much about capturing him as a man. We all know the inconography of Kennedy. I was really interested in the details of what he was like as a father, as a brother, as a son, as a husband, as a flawed and complicated and heroic guy — where those small details live.”

Ginnifer Goodwin hopes to “humanize” Jackie Kennedy with her portrayal.

“It was honestly only a couple of days before we began [filming] that I realized I wanted the story I was telling of Jackie to be angled in such a way that it was based on everything she said about herself and not base her on the way others described her,” she says. “In that way it took all the pressure off really, because it really was about all of these private moments, the things that happened behind closed doors. No one knows anything about those moments. All we have are things that Jackie said after the fact.”

“Killing Kennedy,” based on the best-selling book by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard, is scheduled to premiere in November on NatGeo.


01
Aug 13
Ali Images, Once Upon A Time Comments Off on Once Upon A Time | New Season 2 Promotional Images

ABC has released a new set of images of Ginnifer as Snow White from season 2 of Once Upon a Time.

Gallery Links:
Ginnifer Goodwin Online > Once Upon a Time > Season Two > Promotional Shoots > 003


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Aug 13
Ali Images, Magazine Comments Off on TV Guide’s Comic Con Issue Scans

Thanks to Claudia we have a scan from the new issue of TV Guide of Ginny & Josh at Comic Con.

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Gallery Links:
Ginnifer Goodwin Online > 2013 > August 5 | TV Guide




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