‘Once Upon a Time’ Bosses Preview Emma’s Future and the Queens of Darkness

February 28

Who is excited for Once Upon a Time to return tomorrow night?!?!? ME!!!! So here is an article from Variety giving us a few insides as to what to expect with the new episodes.

ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” returns from its midseason break on March 1, kicking off the second half of its fourth season with an arc centered around the Queens of Darkness — Maleficent (Kristin Bauer van Straten), Cruella de Vil (Victoria Smurfit) and Ursula (Merrin Dungey) — as they join forces with Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) in pursuit of their own, villainous happy endings.

Variety was among a number of outlets who spoke with “OUAT” exec producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz about the show’s return, including the ominous teaser that debuted during the Oscars telecast and seemed to imply that our hero, Emma (Jennifer Morrison), might somehow be tempted towards to the dark side…

Variety also caught up with Kristin Bauer van Straten to discuss Maleficent’s return and whether the three wicked women will be able to work together. Read on for the trio’s teases about the “Once’s” Sunday premiere, titled “Darkness on the Edge of Town.”

Who Will Save the Savior?
As the Oscar teaser indicated, Emma will face a new challenge in the back half of season four — one that could lead her off the righteous path and right into the hands of the villains. “One of the big themes for the second half of the season that we want to deal with is, ‘What makes someone a hero and what makes someone a villain?’ and what the differences are and what the common ground is,” Kitsis explained. “Emma has spent a long time in the series being told she’s a savior and being told she’s a hero, and now she’s going to have to face that it’s not as black and white as that. I think going into this second half, all of our characters are going to be wrestling with this idea of good and evil, not just in terms of what they’re facing as an external threat, but internally and within themselves.”

Identity Crisis
Emma won’t be the only one grappling with questions about who she really is — many of our core characters will face a crisis of conscience in the final batch of episodes. “What we really want to explore is, if you’ve done a bad thing, can you come back from it, can you become the person you want to be, even if you didn’t start out that way? And vice versa,” Kitsis teased. “What makes a hero and what makes a villain is a point of view. That, to us, was really interesting as opposed to just black and white, ‘I’m good, you’re bad,’ and ‘I’m a villain and I’m coming here to do villain stuff.’”

Evil Wishlist
Kitsis and Horowitz have a lot of options when it comes to choosing which iconic Disney characters they want to give the “Once”-over, but they admitted that Maleficent, Ursula and Cruella were their top picks for this new arc. “Maleficent was previously on the show, and we always wanted to get back to her, which is why we never fully killed her. Ursula we set up a little bit and teased in the Ariel episode, and we think she’s a lot of fun. Then, Cruella, we just liked her, really — there’s a sass to her,” Kitsis told reporters. “What we wanted was for Gold to take the lesson of the heroes who always work together and realized he needed to work together with the villains, so we just loved the idea of a team of evil. When we were saying our wishlist of who we wanted to write, it was these three.”

Horowitz agreed: “If you keep watching you’ll see there’s a connection between all of them, and between our characters that I think will, hopefully, make it more clear why those three in particular.”

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Something Borrowed Stills

February 18

Added some great new HQ stills of Ginnifer as Rachel in her film Something Borrowed to the gallery!

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Allure Photoshoot

January 30

Back in 2011 Ginnifer posed for a photoshoot for Allure magazine with her dance trainer. I have added to the gallery some new outtakes from the shoot.

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Ginnifer Goodwin Online > OUTTAKES > 2011 > 011

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Tinkerbell & The Legend of the Neverbeast Stills

January 18

I have added a whole bunch of stills from Ginnifer’s new film Tinkerbell & The Legend of the Neverbeast where she voices the character of Fawn!

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Ginnifer Goodwin Talks Motherhood, Baby Oliver’s First Milestones and Having More Kids!

January 9

Ginnifer is doing her first talking about motherhood this week and we love hearing her gushing about Oliver! (and Josh!) to E!Online.

Ginnifer Goodwin is opening up about motherhood!

At the 2015 People’s Choice Awards on Wednesday night, the 36-year-old and hubby Josh Dallas left their adorable 7-month-old baby boy, Oliver, at home so they could enjoy a date night out alone.

“It’s mommy and daddy night out. It’s crazy,” Goodwin told E! News before adding that they usually “never” get to go on date nights together.

Goodwin gushed of being a first time mom, “It’s so much better [than I thought]. It makes me feel like acting is not at all creative, but being a parent, anybody who’s a parent I want to like give an Oscar to.”

As for milestones and firsts, the Once Upon a Time star revealed of little Oliver, “He’s got teeth. He says ‘Hey.’ He learned high five. He’s pretty hip.”

And Goodwin and Dallas say they’re definitely plans on giving Oliver many brothers and sisters. “We’ll have as many as the universe will grant us,” Goodwin smiled.

Goodwin, who gave birth back in late May, also told E!’s Ross Mathews, “I am a lucky girl and we have a gorgeous, ridiculous kid.”

She also dished that Dallas is quite a supportive hubby and father. “He makes me laugh so much, and even if we squabble he makes me laugh, so I can’t even say angry—which is kind of its own level of frustrating. I want to be mad!” she said.

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More from the People’s Choice Awards

January 9

Unfortunately Ginnifer didn’t win an award but she looked wonderful presenting! Here more pics from the night!

Thanks to Claudia for some of the pics.

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Ginnifer Goodwin Online > 2015 > JANUARY 7 | PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS
Ginnifer Goodwin Online > 2015 > JANUARY 7 | PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS – CEREMONY
Ginnifer Goodwin Online > 2015 > JANUARY 7 | PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS – BACKSTAGE

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Ginnifer Goodwin Reveals Her Favorite Disney Princess, and It’s Not Snow White

January 8

I love this because her choice happens to be my favorite too!

Actress Ginnifer Goodwin may play Snow White on the hit TV show Once Upon a Time, but the star divulged to InStyle at last night’s People’s Choice Awards that she has a different favorite Disney princess.

“My favorite princess used to be Snow White,” Goodwin says. “Now that seems like such an egotistical answer somehow. So, I feel like I’m forced to change it up. It also changes depending on where I am in my Disneyphile-ness. I would say right now I’m into Belle the bookworm.”

And her reasoning for choosing the brunette beauty is sound: “I think she’s a great role model for young people. She values herself for her intellect, and not for the way she looks. She’s not codependent, not waiting for a man,” Goodwin shares. “If I were to ever have a daughter, that is the princess I would hope that she would gravitate towards.”

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Ginnifer Presenting at the People’s Choice Awards

January 8

Ginnifer Goodwin and Gina Rodriguez present Favorite Movie Actor at Peoples Choice Awards 2015

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