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Nov 11
Ali Images, Something Borrowed Comments Off on Something Borrowed Image Update

I have added DVD Captures and set pics for Ginny’s film Something Borrowed.


Gallery Links:
GINNIFER GOODWIN ONLINE > FILMS > 2011: SOMETHING BORROWED > DVD CAPTURES
GINNIFER GOODWIN ONLINE > FILMS > 2011: SOMETHING BORROWED > ON THE SET


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Nov 11
Ali Events, Images Comments Off on 2010 Event Images

All of the images of the events Ginnifer attended in 2010 have been added to the gallery! I just love her style and have decided that I want her shoe collection!


Gallery Links:
GINNIFER GOODWIN ONLINE > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2010


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Nov 11
Ali Once Upon A Time, Video Comments Off on Once Upon A Time Sneak Peek: A Still Small Voice

I just came across this sneak peek clip of tomorrow’s nights episode of Once Upon A Time. It features Mary Margaret spending time with John Doe in the hospital! Can’t wait to see more!


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Nov 11
Ali Images, Once Upon A Time Comments Off on Once Upon A Time Stills: The Heart is a Lonely Hunter

Three new stills have been released from the seventh episode of the season for Once Upon A Time.

Gallery Links:
GINNIFER GOODWIN ONLINE > TELEVISION > ONCE UPON A TIME > SEASON ONE > EPISODE STILLS > 01X07 – THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER


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Nov 11
Ali Images, Magazine Comments Off on Scans of Once Upon A Time in Entertainment Weekly

Recently Entertainment Weekly did a feature on the Once Upon A Time set … they featured some behind the scenes images. Scans have been added to the gallery!

Gallery Links:
GINNIFER GOODWIN ONLINE > PUBLICATIONS > 2011 > 11.25 – ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY


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Nov 11
Ali Projects, Video Comments Off on Ginnifer Wigs out on Regis & Kelly

Ginny made an appearance on Regis & Kelly earlier this year and she talked about wearing wigs for various projects.


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Nov 11
Ali Co-Stars, Once Upon A Time Comments Off on ‘Once Upon A Time’ Star Jennifer Morrison Reveals Why She Envies Ginnifer Goodwin

Ginnifer’s co-star Jennifer Morrison, who plays Emma Swan on Once Upon A Time spoke to reporters at the American Music Awards this weekend.

Jennifer’s ready to trade her biker duds for some serious princess swag.

Admit it: When you were a little girl, you totally wanted to go into your mom’s closet to play dress-up — so just imagine how much more you’d want to do that if your mom was Snow White! Jennifer Morrison spoke with reporters Nov. 20 at the 2011 American Music Awards about her Once Upon A Time character Emma Swan’s costumes, or lack thereof; and as it turns out, she’s got a major case of gown-envy!

“I see Ginnifer Goodwin in those ball gowns … and I’m still in my leather jacket,” Jennifer said with a sigh.

Being one of the only characters who never gets to step into the fairytale world has its drawbacks, but don’t think for a second that Jennifer doesn’t love playing tough-as-nails Emma.

She admitted: “I’m so obsessed with my character.”


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Nov 11
Ali Once Upon A Time Comments Off on Who’s fairest of all new dramas? ‘Once Upon a Time’

The Chicago Sun-Times did this great article reviewing Ginny’s new project “Once Upon A Time”.

Fairy tales are famous for their happy endings. For ABC’s “Once Upon a Time,” it’s been one heckuva happy beginning.

The alphabet network’s freshman fantasy conjured up nearly 13 million viewers when it debuted last month. Since then, it’s continued to spin gold like a ratings Rumpelstiltskin.

Returning with a new episode Sunday, this fairy tale mash-up set in the real world ranks as ABC’s most-watched regular series for its 7 p.m. time slot in seven years. Season-to-date, it’s television’s No. 1 new drama across all key adult demographics, teens (12-17) and kids (2-11).

“Once Upon a Time” clearly has broad appeal, regardless of how many candles are on your birthday cake. The program is producing the strongest family “co-viewing” numbers for any regularly scheduled drama series on the major nets in the past decade.

“Adults enjoy the storytelling just as much as kids enjoy it,” said Jennifer Morrison, the Arlington Heights native who co-stars as Snow White and Prince Charming’s grown daughter, Emma Swan.

“These are stories written for adults, but they never cross the line that would make them inappropriate for a child,” she said. “It feels like Harry Potter in the sense that it has this mythology and a magical element and good versus evil.”

The beauty of “Once Upon a Time” — aside from its impressive special effects and gorgeous Vancouver, Canada, setting — is how well it turns something old into something new again. It cleverly reboots centuries-old yarns, imbuing them with enough novelty to keep us guessing about the fates of characters we thought we knew so well.

Half the fun is watching these characters’ paths intersect in one big story — and in two parallel worlds: the fairy-tale land of the Enchanted Forest and the “real” town of Storybrooke, Maine.

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