Lana Parrilla spoke last week in Toronto at an event called Bell Media Upfront
Highlights of her talk:
— Now that the two worlds are merging, she is starting to bring the Evil Queen into the Mayor a little more.
— The Stable Boy was one of the most challenging episodes for her. She “couldn’t wrap her head around” the last scene until the very last minute when they were setting up the scene to shoot it — and she had read the scene four or five times a day, for eight days, and had many conversations with the director because she couldn’t understand the way Regina blamed Snow, who was just a child and didn’t mean any harm. [I had the same reaction when I watched the episode!] Lana asked herself, “How do I make this work?” and “Why does she want to kill her?” It was, she said, “a tricky, tricky scene.” Continue reading →
Hulu posted the video today for the OUAT panel discussion that took place on March 4 at PaleyFest 2012. For those of you who watched the live feed of the event, this video includes the beginning section that didn’t come through on the feed. For those who haven’t seen it before, it’s worth watching!
On the panel:
Jennifer Morrison (Emma)
Josh Dallas (David/Prince Charming)
Ginnifer Goodwin (Mary Margaret/Snow White)
Edward Kitsis (Creator/Executive Producer)
Adam Horowitz (Creator/Executive Producer)
Steve Pearlman (Executive Producer)
Lana Parrilla (Regina/Evil Queen)
Robert Carlyle (Mr. Gold/Rumplestiltskin)
Raphael Sbarge (Archie Hopper/Jiminy Cricket)
The best lines and moments in the event, plus photos of Robert Carlyle (Rumpelstiltskin) with sexy beard stubble and Ginnifer Goodwin (Snow) with Josh Dallas (Prince Charming) looking as cute together as their characters do on the show. Continue reading →