“Once Upon A Time” 4×04 Captures
Filed Under: Gallery, Once Upon A Time • Posted on October 20th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments

The photo gallery at Jennifer Morrison Central has been updated with 338 high definition screen captures from episode 4×04 of “Once Upon A Time” titled “The Apprentice”.

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Talk Show Captures
Filed Under: Gallery, Talk Shows • Posted on October 17th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments

The photo gallery at Jennifer Morrison Central has been updated with 1,024 screen captures of Jennifer Morrison from some past talk show appearances.

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One Photoshoot Addition
Filed Under: Gallery • Posted on October 14th, 2014 by Holly • No Comments

I have added one shoot of Jennifer from 2014 to our gallery!

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“Once Upon A Time” 4×03 Captures
Filed Under: Gallery, Once Upon A Time • Posted on October 13th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments

The photo gallery at Jennifer Morrison Central has been updated with 259 high definition screen captures from episode 4×03 of “Once Upon A Time” titled “Rocky Road”.

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New York Comic Con Photos
Filed Under: Events, Gallery • Posted on October 11th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments

The photo gallery at Jennifer Morrison Central has been updated with 59 HQ and MQ images of Jennifer Morrison attending New York Comic Con on October 10th in New York City.

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9 “Once Upon a Time” Secrets They Spilled at New York Comic Con
Filed Under: Once Upon A Time, Spoilers • Posted on October 11th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments

Once Upon a Time is full of secrets, a few of which were spilled at New York Comic Con on Friday.

Co-creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis sat down with star Jennifer Morrison (Emma Swan) for a candid chat about the show’s Frozen season. From details about the mysterious Snow Queen (Elizabeth Mitchell) to intriguing hints about Emma’s future with both Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) and Regina (Lana Parrilla), here are nine things we learned at the panel.

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1. Hook and Emma’s relationship is going to the next level

Though Emma has been hot and cold with Hook all season, they’re about to pass a big relationship milestone: a real date. “Emma and Hook’s first proper date is next week and it will not be at Granny’s,” Kitsis promised. However, that doesn’t mean that he’s going to be a complete gentleman. “I think he’s going to be inspired by Emma, but next week’s episode we are going to see more of his pirate side.”

2. There’s going to be a Rumplestiltskin vs. Hook showdown

At NYCC, Sunday’s episode was screened for the audience and featured a tense moment between Hook and Rumple. In next week’s episode, Horowitz says that interaction will be revisited, with the focus shifting off of Frozen characters for the “Rumple and Hook-centric” hour.

3. Regina and Emma will start connecting more

No, they’re not getting together, much to SwanQueen fans’ chagrin, but Henry’s moms will be exploring their friendship this season. “They have a tremendous amount in common. They’re women who have both made mistakes — very different mistakes, but mistakes — and have struggled in their lives and wanted to find the better versions of themselves. I think they’re both fighting for that in certain ways,” Morrison said of Emma and Regina. “She connects to Regina and has enjoyed her friendship. Until Elsa arrived, Regina was the only one she could relate to with powers and help her in the past. That is a way they have connected that no one has been able to do in the past. Emma will prove that she wants to be her friend [in Season 4].”

Morrison’s suggestion for bonding? “Let’s build a snowman!”

4. The Frozen action isn’t going to stray far from the movie

Horowitz explained that they didn’t want to “reinvent something that was so amazing to begin with” when it came to Frozen, and Kitsis added that they’re not thinking about “what the Frozen sequel would have been.” Instead, they’re going to focus on other characters, like how “the Snow Queen looks like she has a connection to Emma.”

5. The journey to find the writer of the book will last all season

The Frozen arc is only set for 11 episodes, but Regina’s search for the author of Henry’s fairy tale book will “transcend both halves” of the season, according to Kitsis. Look out for a new mission with Henry and Regina teaming up as a “big story” this year. One person to rule out? August. Horowitz promises, “August is not the writer. We saw him alter the book in Season 1, but he gets no royalties.”

6. Rumplestiltskin and Belle’s separate storylines are totally different

As expected, Rumple won’t exactly be honest this season. “Everything he is doing is for a reason, and that reason is for the benefit of himself,” Kitsis teased of Mr. Gold’s relationship with the Snow Queen this season, something that is explored in Sunday’s episode.

On the flip side, we’ll see flashbacks of Belle with her mom — played by Frances O’Connor — and “why Belle became a hero and wanted to be a hero,” Kitsis said.

7. Snow and Charming’s roles will be upped this season

“There are some really good twists coming,” Morrison teased of her onscreen parents’ upcoming storyline. Given that they have been simply enjoying parenthood while Snow tries to run the town as mayor, we’re guessing that means the couple getting back into the action.

8. Elsa and the Snow Queen have quite a past

In this Sunday’s episode, the Snow Queen and Elsa have a powerful interaction involving Emma, Charming, and Hook. That trend will continue as the Snow Queen helps her see what their powers can do — and how they affect others. “Clearly we realize Elsa hasn’t had a lot of contact with people who have magic and she has always felt a little different. I think the Snow Queen was letting her see that,” Kitsis said.

9. Olaf is ruled out, but we’ll meet others from the Frozen world

As Horowitz and Kitsis have said before, the lovable snowman won’t be on Once Upon a Time. “I don’t believe we will be seeing Olaf. He may be obliquely referred to, but I don’t think we will see him,” Horowitz said. “But we will be meeting other people from Frozen.”

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Jennifer Morrison on “Good Morning America”
Filed Under: Talk Shows, Videos • Posted on October 10th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments

This morning, Jennifer Morrison was a guest on “Good Morning America”. You can now watch her interview in the video below!



“Once Upon A Time” 4×02 Captures
Filed Under: Gallery, Once Upon A Time • Posted on October 6th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments

The photo gallery at Jennifer Morrison Central has been updated with 477 high definition screen captures from episode 4×02 of “Once Upon A Time” titled “White Out”.

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“Once Upon A Time” 4×01 Captures
Filed Under: Gallery, Once Upon A Time • Posted on October 4th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments

The photo gallery at Jennifer Morrison Central has been updated with 134 high definition screen captures from episode 4×01 of “Once Upon A Time” titled “A Tale of Two Sisters”.

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Jennifer Morrison: Adding ‘Frozen’ to ‘Once Upon a Time’ Has Been Incredible
Filed Under: Interviews, Once Upon A Time, Spoilers • Posted on September 23rd, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments

For the cast of “Once Upon a Time” bringing new life to classic characters is a gift that keeps on giving. The cast of the fairytale drama took to the carpet at the show’s season four premiere Sunday at the El Capitan, and talked about what it’s like to continue adding to classic but evolving mythology.

“As an actor it’s all you want,” exclaimed Rebecca Mader, who stared in the back half of season three as the Wicked Witch Zelena, out for vengeance against half-sister Regina. “You get the chance to show all the dimensions – the reasons why a character’s become what they’ve become. I love that they gave that to Zelena.”

As opposed to making villains on the series strictly the big bad, “Once Upon a Time’s” writers have developed a reputation for showing something more recognizable in the backstories of their characters, heroes and villains alike. “It’s what makes TV and film interesting,” said Mader, “when you take a villainous character and add dimensions it’s just delicious,” she said, noting that the joy is in developing arcs that viewers can care about and become invested in.

Coming up, viewers can expect to see the return of “Frozen’s” villain, Prince Hans, played by Tyler Jacob Moore. The storyline will resume almost immediately from where the animated film left off, with Hans kicked out of Arendelle and sent back to his 12 brothers, who, as Moore said, “are not going to be too happy with him and what he’s done.”

Moore added that while his character is only seen as a bad guy, thus far, is “Once” storyline will get a “reasoning behind the madness. I think they’re doing a good job of giving the audience little hints and teases of why Prince Hans would do this.” The actor exclaimed that he was previously a part of the anti-Hans camp with fans of the film, though now that he gets to portray the character he’s realizing the importance of adding to the stories, a situation that comes with a certain expected pressure.

“Nothing quite prepares you for people screaming out ‘Let It Go,’” laughed Georgina Haig, who is joining the cast as Elsa. Haig walked the carpet with Elizabeth Lail, who plays younger sister Anna in her first on-screen appearance. The two noted that they’re “excited but nervous” about reviving the characters after their box-office-busting debut last November, and are looking forward to building on the stories audiences have already fallen in love with.

“There is pressure,” Haig said, “because the Elsa/Anna story has really hit a nerve with people in a way that is kind of sacred. The spirit of that very much follows through into ‘Once Upon a Time,’” the actresses shared before a screening of the premiere episode that introduces the sisters to the “Once” story, through a mystery unaddressed in the film.

“That’s the fun for us,” said series creator Adam Horowitz. “What we’re doing is taking those characters and throwing them into the mix of what we’ve been doing for three seasons, and we think it scrambles up the playing field in a fun way.”

“I think that’s everything, really,” added JoAnna Garcia Swisher, the show’s Ariel. “What makes the show unique is having the backstories and the original charm and glamor, mixed with all these fresh ideas.”

“Adding ‘Frozen’ to the show has been incredible,’ said Jennifer Morrison, who will be spending screen time with Haig as Emma and Elsa bond over learning how to control their respective magic. “[The writers] do such a wonderful job of adding layers to these stories that we’ve known for years and now we’re doing it with a fresher fairytale.”

Season four of “Once Upon a Time” premieres at 8 p.m. Sept. 28 on ABC.

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