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There’s some new scoop on what’s coming up on “Once Upon A Time” from Ask Ausiello!
Question: I’ve just finished watching the first season of Once Upon a Time and I love it, especially the relationship between Emma and August/Pinocchio. Do you know if he is coming back in Season 2? —Gaia
Ausiello: Yes, as previously reported, Eion Bailey will resurface later this season as August — as will Jamie Dornan as Sheriff Graham/The Huntsman! — but Emma will only reunite with one the fellas. “I don’t have scenes with Jamie, unfortunately,” Jennifer Morrison shares with us, “but I do have scenes with Eion.” Bonus Scoop: Though Matt Mitovich teased in the new Spoiler Alert! that there would be one death in this Sunday’s episode, technically there are two — one in each realm.
Those who thought breaking the curse on Once Upon a Time would restore happiness for our favorite fairy-tale characters will be in for a rude awakening when the magical ABC series returns Sunday (8/7c on ABC).
The curse being broken and magic coming to Storybrooke is, in fact, not a good thing — despite the smile on Regina’s (Lana Parrilla) face. “The breaking of the curse is the beginning of the final battle,” Jennifer Morrison warns TVGuide.com. Along the way, though, there will be some heartwarming, if not at times awkwardly hilarious reunions between the residents of Storybrooke, especially when it comes to the Charming family. But they’ll quickly realize that the battle that once raged in fairy-tale land will continue in the real world.
To find out what the battle will entail, we turned to Morrison and executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis for an in-depth look at the second season of Once Upon a Time.
It’s such a long summer without magic Once Upon a Time. But if you are anxious for some season-two scoop, then you’re in luck! The producers are hard at work writing and casting some cool new princesses for next fall. Anastasia could be mistaken for a spoiled rich girl, but as we all know love rules in Fairy-Tale Land. Plus, they are looking for someone to play Magnolia, a cool badass Asian chick who is an accomplished fighter and rider and might be a little bit magical. Dear ABC, we would like season two now, please. Sincerely, Team WWK.
Thomas: What’s next for Regina on Once Upon a Time?! I love to hate her.
If it’s up to her lovely real-life alter ego, Lana Parrilla, there will be flashbacks to Regina in Storybrooke pre-Emma Swan, specifically so viewers can learn more about Regina and Henry’s complicated dynamic. “I’d like to see the history of that relationship; how she got Henry and I’m wondering if there will be flashbacks in Storybrooke next season,” she tells us. “I’m anxious to find out and at the same time I’m patient because every script has always been so great. The anticipation solely comes from a place of me being a fan of the show as well and I want to know what is going to happen, but as the Evil Queen/Regina, I can wait.”
Question: Probably a stupid question, but in the Once Upon a Time finale, did Rumple restore the magic — even if it meant empowering Regina — because he was so ticked about Belle being hidden away so long? —Joshua
Ausiello: You are correct — that was a stupid question. “I thought that was explicit in the episode,” consulting producer Jane Espenson responds with a laugh. “You could make a case that [bringing magic back to Storybrooke] was always part of his plan, but yeah, it was definitely a counter move based on his anger at Belle being locked away. That doesn’t mean that that’s his ultimate end; he may have had a goal beyond that.”
New “Once Upon a Time” Season 2 Scoop From Ask Ausiello
Ausiello: Don’t count on a time jump between seasons. “We’re picking up right where we left off, but where we left off was in the middle of a veer in a different direction,” consulting producer Jane Espenson told TVLine’s Meg Masters at last weekend’s ATX Television Festival in Austin, before reiterating, “Season 2 will be different than Season 1.”
Question: Any word on which new fairy tale characters Once Upon a Time will introduce in Season 2? —Claire
Ausiello: The frontrunner would seem to be the Little Mermaid. “I would hope Ariel would join the show,” says Espenson. “She’s one we’ve definitely talked about.” But there have certainly been others. “There are a whole lot of princesses we haven’t seen — like Aurora, Rapunzel and Jasmine,” she adds. “And it’s hard to look at that list without going, ‘Well, what about Goldilocks?!’ And they’d all be good, because what we do is take them and go, ‘Well, the thing you never knew about Little Miss Muffet is… ‘”
NATALIE: That smile on Regina’s face — as a giant cloud of purple smoke consumed Storybrooke — is not a good thing. “It’s hope,” Lana Parrilla says. “I don’t know how strong the magic’s going to be, but there’s going to be some powerful stuff going on.” But co-star Ginnifer Goodwin remains as sanguine as her snowy alter ego. “Magic is unpredictable in this world,” she says, pointing to Henry’s near-death. Regina might actually acquire too much power.
“Once Upon A Time” Season 2 Scoop From Spoiler Chat
“I’m hoping for a family reunion!” Ginnifer Goodwin tells us of Once Upon a Time’s second season, while Jennifer Morrison spills that she’s been told that Emma will be “exploring the relationship with her mother now that she knows who her mother is.”
snow_bluebird: Magic is back Regina will be powerful again, is she not afraid of Rumpel’s revenge?
While Lana Parilla couldn’t tell us too much, she says viewers will see a more evil side of Regina and yet continue to see flickers of humanity. “A combination of both,” she teases. “I think she softened with her relationship with Henry. I think she’s afraid to lose him!”
Gossip Girl’s Sebastian Stan will finally make his long-awaited debut as Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter on this Sunday’s episode of Once Upon a Time. And we’ve got an exclusive sneak peek!
While we’ll learn how the Mad Hatter became, well, mad in Wonderland, his real-world counterpart, Jefferson, is just as eccentric. Surprisingly, his kidnapping and drugging of Emma (Jennifer Morrison) is the least of his offenses.