Ginnifer Goodwin and Bailee Madison share what it’s like to play young and adult versions of Snow White + New Clip Form The Next Episode ”The Queen is Dead”
So, you’re playing a murderous giant?
They called me murderous? Wow. Okay.
Hey, that’s what the press release said.
Well, I did a looping session for the giant, and it was basically all growls.
But we’ll be seeing you, not just hearing you, right?
It’s me.They CGI most of the set, so I had to work in a studio completely done in green screen and act against little pieces of tape and dowels, but it’s me, you definitely see my face. I don’t look entirely like myself, though; I’m in costume.
Since you’re working against a green screen, I guess that’s to make you look giant-sized?
Yeah. The perspective is different, because they want me to look like I’m six times the size of everyone else.
The creators of “Lost” created the Hurley character just for you. It seems like something similar happened here.
[“Once Upon A Time” creators] Eddie [Kitsis] and Adam [Horowitz], they were always the keepers of the Hurley stories [on “Lost.”]. They wrote most of the scripts about Hurley, so for a while we’ve been talking about working together again, and how they wanted to bring me in for “Once.” I wasn’t available last year because I was working on another show, but they pitched the giant story this year and they gave me a little bit of background about his origin, which will be something to do in a later story.
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Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz Interview. VERY intriguing! :D
The wait is finally over.
Our exclusive interview with Robert Carlyle is now online and we have a huge surprise for With Kids Glasgow
Why hasn’t Regina used Belle to bargain with Rumpelstiltskin?
Edward Kitsis: That is an interesting thing because if you’re going to enter into a negotiation like that, you need to have extreme leverage, because if you came to him, like, in the last episode, and said, “I’ll give you something that YOU want if you do this, I have Belle locked up,” and I’m Mr.Gold, I would probably just choke you and then go release her. So I’d say that for Regina to unveil that information has to be done in a way that won’t lead to her death. Because once he finds out what she’s done, God help us all.
This Sunday on Once Upon a Time (ABC, 8/7c), Mr. Gold is out to unravel the mystery that is the true identity of Storybrooke newcomer August W. Booth aka “The Stranger.” Meanwhile – and perhaps not coincidentally? — in the fairytale land that was, Rumpelstiltskin and his son struggle to come to terms with the former’s new powers.