‘Once Upon a Time’ Comic-Con panel: The Little Mermaid to appear in season 3

July 20

Entertainment Weekly shares a bit about today’s Once Upon a Time Panel at Comic Con and yay for the Little Mermaid!

The Panel: Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, Ginnifer Goodwin (Snow White/Mary Margaret), Jennifer Morrison (Emma Swan), Josh Dallas (Prince Charming/David), Emilie de Ravin (Belle/Lacey), Collin O’Donoghue (Captain Hook), Robert Carlyle (Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold), Lana Parilla (Evil Queen/Regina), Michael Raymond-James (Balefire/Neal)

Footage Screened: A short clip that kicked off with Grumpy/Leroy whistling the “High Ho” song as he took a lunch break, a nice little touch in itself. He opened his lunch box, and looked out over the sea. Suddenly, a thin, pale hand reached into his lunch box and stole his fork! He followed the footprints to a blue dress draped over some driftwood, and, lamenting the loss of his fork, peered into the waves. A head of magnificent red hair rose to the surface, clutching the fork in victory, and then the girl dove under the water, exposing a delightfully shiny blue tail.

There was also a quick “commercial break” – a morning show called “Good Morning Storybrooke,” hosted by Yvette Nicole Brown and Paul Scheer featuring dating advice from Dr. Whale and a low budget commercial for Mr. Gold’s pawn shop. “If you lived it, I have it!” Robert Carlyle narrated in the clip – noting that all the significant magical objects from the show have found their way into his hands. (The full episode of “Good Morning Storybrooke” will be available on the season 2 DVD.)

Snap Judgement: Although Horiwitz and Kitsis were tight-lipped about the actual plot of the upcoming season, they emphasized that anything can happen in Neverland.

The cast riffed about the different ‘ships – notably the one that pairs Emma and Hook. Collin O’Donoghue and Michael Raymond James, who were seated next to each other, offered to fight it out onstage. When O’Donoghue mused that perhaps it was time for Hook to get over Mila, Josh Dallas responded by saying “not with my daughter!” So it remains to be seen how the relationships will shift, but Kitsis and Horowitz assured us that Snow and Charming were solid. Asked about the possibility of a seperation, Jennifer Morrison jumped in, “We all just started suffering, thinking about that.” “I won’t stop trying,” Lana Parilla intoned.

As for the mysterious Peter Pan, Horizitz and Kitsis promised he will be non-traditional, and maybe a little frightening. They said the Neverland on “Once” will be recognizable, but with a few special twists. For example, Tinkerbell will have an unlikely connection to one of the characters – and meeting her will reveal some surprises.

The Big Revelations: Ariel! The Little Mermaid will definitely make an appearance, and hopefully be a regular character on the upcoming season. Also, season 3 will run in two sets of 11 episodes each — one block in the fall and one in the spring.

Most Incisive Audience Question: A fan asked the cast where they you think their characters belong – Storybrooke or Fairy Tale Land? After looking around at each other, they all sort of spoke at once that their characters need to be in their land of origin. Robert Carlyle said they’re all trying to get back there, because that is home.

The group who sailed off to Neverland in the finale of season 2, when asked about the time spent on The Jolly Roger, responded that they still feel like the earth is moving under their feel. O’Donoghue looked around incredulously at his fellow cast mates and said he loved it! He’s a sea captain through and through.

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M&Ms Black & White Launch New Years Eve Party

June 30

In 2003 Ginnifer attended the M&Ms Black & White Launch New Years Eve Party where she wore a cute black lace dress! Check out the gallery to see more pics from this event!

Gallery Links:
- Ginnifer Goodwin Online > 2003 > December 31 | M&Ms Black & White Launch New Years Eve Party

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Disney Media Network International Upfronts

May 21

It is Upfront season and Ginnifer and Josh attended the Disney Media Network International Upfronts for their series Once Upon A Time. Ginny wore a black-and-white, pebble-print jumpsuit from the Theory Pre-Fall 2013 collection, which she paired with Brian Atwood ‘Evie’ peep-toe sandals.

Gallery Links:
- GINNIFER GOODWIN ONLINE > 2013 > May 19 | Disney Media Networks International Upfronts

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Vogue And MAC Cosmetics Dinner

May 14

Last night Josh & Ginnifer attended the Vogue And MAC Cosmetics Dinner at the Chateau Marmont.

Gallery Links:
- GINNIFER GOODWIN ONLINE > 2013 > May 13 | Vogue And MAC Cosmetics Dinner
- GINNIFER GOODWIN ONLINE > 2013 > May 13 | Vogue And MAC Cosmetics Dinner – Inside

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Met Gala 2013: Ginnifer Goodwin and Elizabeth Banks’ Dark, Heavy Eyes

May 7

The Hollywood Reporter did a article highlighting Ginnifer’s makeup from last night’s MET Gala Ball! Here is the part talking about Ginnifer’s makeup.

Both actresses laid the eye makeup on thick for the Met Gala on Monday night — and their respective makeup artists dish on how to get the look next time you happen to be heading to a punk party, too.

There were plenty of on point punk influences seen at the Met Gala on Monday night (Sienna Miller’s studded Burberry jacket and Miley Cyrus’ spiked hair, just to name two), but no one’s makeup stood out as perfectly punk as Once Upon A Time actress Ginnifer Goodwin’s dark and dramatic look.

Goodwin’s makeup artist Mai Quynh tells THR that she was inspired specifically by Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxie and the Banshees and the singer’s angular eyebrows and heavily lined lids.

“Ginny wanted to play up her eyes and make them the main focus by keeping them edgy while staying with the punk theme.” Says Quynh, who used all Laura Mercier makeup on Goodwin’s face.

Quynh started with the eyes, so any black shadow that fell wouldn’t compromise the foundation or blush, and then applied eye shadow in Noir and Black Ice as the main colors on the actress’ eyelids.

“I blended both colors all the way up to her brows and brought the shadow out into a wide cat eye.” She says. “I then lined the inner rim of her eyes with Black Violet eye pencil.”

As all of the focus was on the eye area, Quynh kept the rest of the face clean and simple applying Mercier’s Tinted Moisturizer in Nude to the skin and layers of Cream Blush in Oleander, followed by a dusting of Powder Blush in Lotus Pink.

The soft pink shades were a welcome contrast to the dramatic eyes and were finished off by Goodwin’s pale pout. On the lips, Quynh used a shade with a very un-punk name, a barely there blush hue called Angelica.

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More from the Costume Institute Gala!

May 7

I have added a bunch more pics of Ginnifer at the Costume Institute Gala in New York City.

Thank you to Claudia, DeA & Nicole for some of the pics!

Gallery Links:
- GINNIFER GOODWIN ONLINE > 2013 > May 6 | Costume Institute Gala

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