Part of the appeal of ABC's fairytale drama 'Once Upon A Time' lies in its inclusion of multiple fairytale characters, from Disney to Grimm, all in one story. The second season alone has featured the introductions of Mulan, Captain Hook and Lancelot, with the potential for others such as the Aladdin characters going forward, but what, if any characters are out of bounds? Could the series manage to include even recent Disney creations, like 'Pirates of the Caribbean's' Jack Sparrow?
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While it may have been a golf clap-worthy bit of typecasting, we're excited to see another 'LOST' alum join ABC's 'Once Upon A Time' season 2, this time when the dude-ly Jorge Garcia appears as -- you guessed it -- a giant. Certainly a number of ways to bring Garcia's larger-than-life character to the small screen, but our first look at the actor in costume gives, well, a less than relatable perspective. Just how big will Garcia's giant be, and what will his appearance add to 'Once Upon A Time' season 2?
Seems the good Captain managed to sink his hook into 'Once Upon A Time' season 2 rather deeply, as the ABC series has officially decided to make Colin O'Donoghue's interpretation of the classic Peter Pan villain a permanent fixture of the series. With Captain Hook now (or soon to be) firmly entrenched in Storybrooke, what will change about the series going forward?
Ever since the Comic-Con 2012 announcement teaser first previewed the moment, fans of ABC's 'Once Upon A Time' have clamored to see the villainous Captain Hook in action, one of the many classic literary additions to the show's stable of fairy tales. And though we've known for a while that former 'Tudors' star Colin O'Donoghue would be the one to don the iconic hook, our wait to see the good Captain in the flesh is finally over!
For all the casting announcements and classic literary characters to come out of 'Once Upon A Time' season 2, we haven't seen much in the way of any actual footage! Well, no longer. Following its mini-marathon of episodes from the fable series' first season, ABC unleashed a full trailer for all the magical action to come in 'Once Upon A Time' season 2? What new characters do we see for the first time, and what dangers are in store?
Okay ABC, it's time to admit it. Both 'Once Upon A Time' and 'LOST' are the same series, and it turns out that both are Hurley's dreams. Wild twist theories aside, 'Once Upon A Time' season 2 has given itself yet another connection to the beloved ABC island drama by following through on its intent to cast former 'LOST' star Jorge Garcia! But what fairy-tale character will the gentle giant play, and how big a part in the series will he have?
With the premiere of 'Once Upon A Time' season 2 only weeks away, it's high time we catch a glimpse of any one of the numerous Disney and fairy tale characters to make their way through Storybrooke in its sophomore year. We'd already heard about the numerous additions from the catalog of Disney princesses, but how would you like to see one in action? Is Princess Mulan ready to do battle in live-action for the first time?
Hide your clocks everyone, and send your gators to a kennel, as 'Once Upon A Time' season 2 is making good on its promise to hook new viewers with the villainous threat of classic 'Peter Pan' villain Captain James T. Hook. Former 'The Tudors' star Colin O'Donoghue will don the infamous hook when 'Once Upon A Time' returns for season 2, but what role will Captain Hook have to play in it all?
Ever since NBC announced that it was moving forward on a Bryan Fuller-helmed, Bryan Singer-directed reboot of the classic 'Munsters' family titled 'Mockingbird Lane,' people have been curious what kind of format it might take. Lighthearted comedy? Visually distinct drama? Those on hand at Comic-Con 2012 were treated to a special preview of the series, but now a few details of the upcoming series have shed light on what viewers should expect.
Whether or not you followed the first season of 'Once Upon A Time,' you should know that the hit ABC series delves into quite a bit of classic fairy tale mythology, everything from traditional Grimm to an overload of Disney characters. Now, following the Comic-Con 2012 reveal that the Storybrooke characters could take a trip to Neverland, might someone be headed over the rainbow as well?