ABC Once Upon A Time
October 24, 2011 by staff
ABC Once Upon A Time, Now that you have checked out the season premiere of ABC’s effort to jump-time fantasy, Once Upon A Time (from two of the brains behind Lost, Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz), you’ve got a sample what’s in for. But far from having learned all the secrets of the show plans to unleash.
He went to the Vancouver set EW earlier this month, we have to talk to the cast and executive producer Steve Pearlman about what viewers can expect the following pages of this story. This is what we learned:
* No time spent will be the same in both worlds. The cast and crew working hard in episode 8, during the visit of EW, but Pearlman had read up to episode 10, and said that from what he had seen, the balance between the fairytale world and the world real would remain similar to the pilot in the next batch of episode. “Typically, we enter the world of fairy tale in the first act. Sometimes it’s a small piece. We have no rule that says we have to enter the world of fairy tale once and for action, but it’s like they have thus largely “he said.
The first episodes will focus on the snow and show House, but there always will be. One concern about making the series exclusively focused on the romantic story in the snow (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Charming (Josh Dallas), Pearlman said, was that it would not be able to tell stories about other classic characters. “We’re really trying to go to a lot of different places and tie the stories to the main characters,” he said. “If you look at the pilot suggests that the story is about snow and House and her life and the life of Emma Storybrook side, and we are absolutely following and monitoring of these stories throughout the series. But I think [we wanted] to be able to spread. “Cinderella and Hansel and Gretel are some of the characters viewers will see the first batch of episodes. “We do not want to fall into the trap of some programs that have preceded us, who shall remain nameless – [coughs] FlashForward. They were so into the mythology that you can not get out of it,” he said.
* Episode three will be a prequel to the pilot. “I can say my favorite episode so far,” Goodwin said of the episode that explains the background of snow and House. “We’re on a great adventure and I went with a real scar, physical, of the same.”
* You will not see in a coma House in that state for long. While Dallas was the mother about when going to see House in the real world counterpart, John Doe, came out of sleep, which said it would not be so forever. “Nobody has come to claim it, [but] the best when it wakes up, someone comes and says to him,” he joked. “It may be true. It may not be true.”
* The war between the biological mother and adopted Henry get fierce. (Jennifer Morrison) Emma Swan arrival Storybrook continue driving (Lana Parrilla) Regina feathers. And as Morrison laughs, will “very intense”. “It’s a complicated conflict,” he said. “They are two women who really, I think, they both want the best for [Henry (Jared Gilmore)], but they have two versions of what seems best for him and that will be a big fight for them.”
* Although Emma does not have a fairy tale counterpart, we will learn more about your character through the other. While Morrison admitted he is sad because she does not have the opportunity to have a gorgeous fairy costume, she said she is pleased with the character development that has taken place. “His back story is revealed through their relationships with other people,” he said. “Like others in this town need help or have problems or reach for things she ends up revealing parts of themselves through their stories. What kind of a revelation slower, more stable than it is, while Some of the other characters have a flashback episode that is his. ”
* You will learn very quickly because the Queen evil hates the snow. As teased in the preview after tonight’s episode, episode two to deepen the rivalry between the two characters. “It undoubtedly derives from something that happened between those two, but you’ll learn a lot about the Evil Queen and her story and why it is so bad – Why is so much anger and hatred,” said Parrilla. “The Queen of Evil is a very iconic, and we want to know who he is.”
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