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Congratulations Mr & Mrs Dallas!

Posted by Ali in Apr 12,2014 with No Comments

E!News has reported that Josh & Ginnifer were married tonight in Los Angeles! So happy for them!

It’s official!

Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas have tied the knot!

The two Once Upon a Time costars were married today at sunset in an intimate ceremony in front of about 30 close friends and family in the Los Angeles area.

An eyewitness tells E! News exclusively that guests arrived in formal attire between 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. on Saturday.

By 7 p.m., everyone enjoyed a cocktail reception with a Spanish guitar player in a courtyard with cactuses and stone pathways.

“Ginnifer and Josh seemed very relaxed and happy,” our source says. “They were surrounded by their nearest and dearest friends and kept it very intimate and simple.”

The bride wore a custom-designed Monique Lhuillier gown.

Josh Dallas, Ginnifer Goodwin ‘Really Excited’ to Be Parents, Says Co-Star

Posted by Ali in Apr 06,2014 with No Comments

ABC News spoke with Josh & Ginnifer’s new co-star Rebecca Mader who shares what it is like working with Ginnifer and how excited Ginny & Josh are to be parents!

Rebecca Mader may play the Wicked Witch Zelena on “Once Upon a Time,” but the Brit is actually quite lovely and couldn’t stop gushing about how nice it is to work with the cast — especially a very pregnant Ginnifer Goodwin.

“She’s one of the most attractive, gracious pregnant people I’ve ever met,” the “Lost” alum told ABC News. “If I can be like that when I’m pregnant. … I love Ginnifer Goodwin.”

In fact, Mader said Goodwin’s pregnancy hasn’t affected shooting of the series in the slightest.

“She’s such a cool cat, she’s just really comfortable and really happy being pregnant, it’s lovely to be around,” she added. “Her and Josh [Dallas, he fiance and co-star] are really, really excited to be parents. It’s wonderful that they wrote the pregnancy into the show.

Josh Dallas and Ginnifer Goodwin “So Excited” to Meet Their Baby

Posted by Ali in Mar 07,2014 with No Comments

Ginny’s fiance and co-star Josh Dallas stopped by Good Morning America today where he and some of their co-stars from Once Upon a Time were talking about the show. Of course they had to ask Josh about his and Ginnifer’s impending arrival. Here is what he had to say!

It’s only a matter of time before Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas meet their precious bundle of joy.

The proud papa-to-be stopped by Good Morning America to dish about how the actress’ pregnancy will impact the couple’s hit series Once Upon a Time. He was also joined by his co-stars Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parilla and Colin O’Donoghue.

“As we saw in the first part of the season, Snow confesses some secrets to Prince Charming,” the 32-year-old actor revealed about their characters. “That she wanted to have another baby. So if you saw Ginny now, you would know that hiding the bump is gonna be a difficult thing so Snow and Charming are gonna have another baby.”
No more concealing that growing baby bump with strategic costumes!

Dallas kept mum about any other details, like the baby’s gender or when Goodwin is due, but he did gush that they are both “so excited.”

“We just can’t wait to meet it,” Dallas gushed.

The couple announced their engagement in October and pregnancy news in November.

Goodwin recently showed off her baby bump while walking hand in hand with her hubby-to-be at the airport in Vancouver in January.

The 35-year-old brunette beauty couldn’t hide her growing belly in her loose gray sweater, looking pregnancy chic and absolutely adorable with her signature pixie ‘do.


‘Jackie’s life was to be the kind of wife that JFK would want’

Posted by Ali in Nov 10,2013 with No Comments

Daily Mail has this great article on Ginnifer … she talks about her new film Killing Kennedy along with her life in Hollywood and what she wants in life.

Jackie Kennedy, a woman we consider modern and independent, fascinates us to this day. Actress Ginnifer Goodwin nailed her iconic look for a new film – but it was by listening to reels of old interviews that she really got inside the head of the First Lady…

ONE of the most photographed women of all time, so famous that her first name sufficed, and married into the closest thing America has to a royal family, Jackie predated Diana by a quarter of a century as a beloved icon beset by tragedy. On 22 November it will be 50 years since Jacqueline Kennedy was widowed, when Lee Harvey Oswald fired the fatal shot from the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas, assassinating John F Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States. The anniversary will no doubt be marked by heated discussions of legacies, conspiracy theories and curses, feeding a never-abating fascination with the assassination.

But a new film, Killing Kennedy – starring Rob Lowe as John F Kennedy and Ginnifer Goodwin as Jackie – focuses largely on the domestic drama, the marriage between the handsome, idealistic young president and the most stylish First Lady in American history; the golden couple whose three-year spell in the White House came to be known as Camelot.

‘I hope that in the film we really humanise them as a couple,’ says Ginnifer, when we meet in her apartment in Vancouver, Canada, where the US TV show in which she stars, Once Upon A Time (UK viewers can find it on Netflix), is filmed. ‘I don’t feel they have been fully humanised in other films.’ Actresses who have previously portrayed Jackie include Katie Holmes, who played her in The Kennedys, and Jaclyn Smith, who played her in the 1981 film Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, about the years before her marriage to JFK.

Playing a woman whose face graced thousands of magazine covers the world over must be nothing short of intimidating. But Ginnifer seems to be taking it all in her stride. The perkily pretty 35-year-old is today sporting her now trademark pixie crop, but with a brunette bouffant wig is transformed into an eerily accurate Jackie (who was just 34 years old when her husband was shot). ‘Really? I’m so glad you think so, because I just didn’t think I resembled her at all,’ says Ginnifer. ‘But our hair and make-up team did an amazing job, and I would sneak on to set earlier than I was supposed to so we could have extra time playing with the eyebrows to get them right,’ she laughs.

And while Ginnifer openly admits to her own love of fashion – today she is wearing an APC T-shirt, an Isabel Marant cardigan and lace-up Sonia Rykiel pumps – her wardrobe is minute compared with that of the former first lady.

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Filming last moments of Kennedy sobering for Lowe

Posted by Ali in Nov 07,2013 with No Comments

The Associated Press ran an article about Ginnifer’s new film “Killing Kennedy” which airs this Sunday on the National Geographic channel.

RICHMOND, Va. — On his first day on the set of “Killing Kennedy,” Rob Lowe saw Ginnifer Goodwin donning a replica of the pink suit worn by first lady Jacqueline Kennedy when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
Immediately, the intensity and the reality of what they were about to depict in the film hit home.
“Seeing her in that beautiful pink Chanel with bloodstains on it was unbelievably emotional,” Lowe said in an interview with The Associated Press on the set, briefly suppressing the accent he groomed to emulate JFK.

“It made it real,” he added. “If I were under any illusions about what we were doing, seeing her in that iconic moment was, I would say, sobering.”

It also set the tone for filming of the movie, which profiles the Kennedy family and gunman Lee Harvey Oswald. Filmed in Richmond, it premieres Sunday on the National Geographic Channel, several days before the 50th anniversary of JFK’s death in Dallas.

In one scene, Lowe and Goodwin paint a portrait of the last private moments of the first couple in a Texas hotel suite before the parade. As Jackie lays out the now infamous pink Chanel suit, the two share loving banter.

“I’m so glad that you’re here, it’s so much better when you’re here,” Kennedy says. “Because the one thing I could never bear would be to lose you.”

The film, based on Fox News host Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard’s book by the same name, chronicles the events that culminated with the assassination of the nation’s 35th president on Nov. 22, 1963. It carefully interlaces old film reels and TV broadcasts and delves beyond the details of that fateful day and the aftermath, showing viewers the intimate moments behind JFK’s presidency as well as the tale behind Oswald.

Will Rothhaar, who took on a challenge portraying one of the most notorious killers in American history, said he attempted to convey Oswald’s strife and frustration just to be noticed, heard or respected.
“Everyone thinks of him as this two-dimensional villain,” Rothhaar said, adding that while viewers may not feel compassion for him, Oswald is certainly relatable.

Rothhaar stars opposite Michelle Trachtenberg, who plays Oswald’s wife, Marina. Trachtenberg speaks mainly in Russian throughout the film, a language she learned from her mother while growing up.

The cast also includes Jack Noseworthy as Robert F. Kennedy, Casey Siemaszko as Jack Ruby, Francis Guinan as Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Flood as Kennedy aide Kenneth O’Donnell.
Lowe said the opportunity to play JFK came with some responsibility to pay tribute to an historic figure whose legacy “belongs to all of us.”

“There’s a connection playing him that is certainly deeper than playing other roles,” Lowe said. “My interest was in who he was as a man, as a father, as a husband, as a human being, and to try to inhabit that.”

And in the eyes Lowe’s co-star, he did.

“There were times when I felt like I was with the ghost of Jack,” Goodwin said. “I can’t say that I have ever had that experience of feeling like maybe my scene partner was channeling something from a higher source.”

Once Upon A Time Interview: Ginnifer Goodwin Talks Season 3

Posted by Ali in Sep 04,2013 with No Comments

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.