Hook’s ship about to fall into the portal to Neverland (end of Season 2)
In an interview with TV Line, OUAT creator Edward Kitsis said that the 11 episodes set in Neverland will be “like one giant movie” that will have a “big, summer movie feel.” He promised lots of romance, action, adventure, and uplifting moments.
He also said that Robin Hood’s magic will come with both a price and a debt.
Writer Jane Espenson said, in an interview with Wetpaint, that in Season 3, they will be “really focusing in on the emotional arcs of the characters, especially the core characters.”
When asked if Rumple and Belle were doomed as a couple, she said she would be “surprised if that were the case.”
Cast members and producers from both Once Upon a Time and the new spin-off, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, will be holding panel discussions and press interviews on Saturday, July 20, 2013, at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Specific times and locations haven’t been announced yet, so stay tuned.
The Scarecrow, the Tin Man, Toto, Dorothy, and the Cowardly Lion — will any of these characters — or the Wizard of Oz himself — appear on Once Upon a Time?
Whether we like it or not — some of us do, some of us don’t — we’ve been seeing a lot of non-fairytale characters introduced this season on Once Upon a Time — first Mulan, then Lancelot, and now Captain Hook.
In what may be good or bad news — depending upon how you feel about this trend to widen the character base — show creators Ed Kitsis and Adam Horowitz told Entertainment Weekly, in an interview published last night, that they will be introducing many new characters who come from stories that are not fairytales.