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Knife Fight is about sex, drugs, money and how politics is really played-a knife fight in a telephone booth, where blood is spilled, low blows are common and the best candidate is not always the best person. In Theaters TBA 2012
The story of some guy named Guy, who has just gotten a story published in the New Yorker and who now, mellow with happiness, decides to undertake a voyage of reconciliation to former girlfriends who he has, in one way or another, wronged. In Post-Production
In a nifty bit of promotion, Chris Schwartz, the producer behind the Neil LaBute penned comedy “Some Girl(s),” enlisted the help of some of the film’s stars to promote the VOD release of the film via a series of short films all pegged to the feature.
Based LaBute’s play by the same name, “Some Girl(s)” stars Adam Brody as a successful writer who, on the eve of his wedding, travels across the country to make amends with his past lovers (played by Kristen Bell, Mia Maestro, Emily Watson, Jennifer Morrison and Zoe Kazan).
The cast and creative minds behind Once Upon a Time were on handSaturday at the show’s Comic-Con panel to tease the upcoming Neverland-centric third season.
The show went back into production two weeks ago, with the cast shooting on the Jolly Roger as their characters head to Neverland in search of Henry (Jared Gilmore), who was kidnapped by Greg (Ethan Embry) and Tamara (Sonequa Martin-Green) in the season finale. While the cast joked that they’re having a good time on the Jolly Roger, Kitsis noted the characters might not be having as much fun.
We’ll finally get to see Neverland in Season 3 as the series brings the Jolly Roger crew into murky waters in the presence of Peter Pan, who has not yet been cast. “It is a fantastical island,” executive producer Edward Kitsis said. “It’s the place where imagination comes from, so it’s the place where anything can happen.”
Ominously, Peter Pan’s Lost Boys had a sketch of Henry, who the man in charge has been searching for over the last few centuries. “Peter Pan has a complicated motivation,” executive producerAdam Horowitz said. Kitsis added: “He might be frightening for some people.”
Additionally, we’ll also meet Tinker Bell this season, but the fans must believe to see her! “It’s taking the icon and putting our spin on it,” Horowitz notes of the character. “How we introduce her,and who she is, is hopefully going to be surprising because we’re going to find she has a surprising connection to someone at this table.”
As the group fights their way to Neverland, Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) will be have a hard time as she attempts to fix her blackened heart. “Now, it’s a matter of finding again who she is,” Goodwin says. Unfortunately, the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla) is along for the ride — and though she planned to sacrifice herself in the finale, she may not have turned completely good. (Parrilla noted that her favorite kill on the series is coming in Season 3.)
Meanwhile, Bae (Michael Raymond-James) fell through the portal in the Enchanted Forest and was last seen clinging onto life. Will he be saved? “He’s had a rough go, but it’s getting better,” James said. Kitsis noted that the last thing Bae did was tell Emma (Jennifer Morrison) he loved her. “Unfortunately for him, Emma is with Captain Hook [Colin O'Donoghue],” Kitsis says. Though O’Donoghue said it may be time for Hook to get over Milah, Joshua Dallasquickly interjected, “Not with my daughter.”
Back in Storybrooke, Belle (Emilie de Ravin) will apparently holddown the fort, but don’t expect the stories to be completely separate. “What’s happening back in Storybrooke and what’s happening in Neverland, we’re going to find are connected in a surprising way,” Horowitz said. Kitsis also noted that Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle) is on a suicide mission since the prophecy says he has to sacrifice himself to save Henry, which is why he left Belle behind so he can face his death alone.
Additionally, fans were treated to a sneak preview of the upcoming season, which featured Grumpy (Lee Arenberg) sitting down to have lunch on Storybrooke’s coast when his fork mysteriously went missing. It was stolen by a mischievous mermaid with flaming red hair. Welcome to Once, Ariel!
Once Upon a Time returns Sunday, Sept. 29 at 8/7c on ABC.
The Panel: Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, Ginnifer Goodwin (Snow White/Mary Margaret), Jennifer Morrison (Emma Swan), Josh Dallas (Prince Charming/David), Emilie de Ravin (Belle/Lacey), Collin O’Donoghue (Captain Hook), Robert Carlyle (Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold), Lana Parilla (Evil Queen/Regina), Michael Raymond-James (Balefire/Neal).
Footage Screened: A short clip that kicked off with Grumpy/Leroy whistling the “High Ho” song as he took a lunch break, a nice little touch in itself. He opened his lunch box, and looked out over the sea. Suddenly, a thin, pale hand reached into his lunch box and stole his fork! He followed the footprints to a blue dress draped over some driftwood, and, lamenting the loss of his fork, peered into the waves. A head of magnificent red hair rose to the surface, clutching the fork in victory, and then the girl dove under the water, exposing a delightfully shiny blue tail.
There was also a quick “commercial break” – a morning show called “Good Morning Storybrooke,” hosted by Yvette Nicole Brown and Paul Scheer featuring dating advice from Dr. Whale and a low budget commercial for Mr. Gold’s pawn shop. “If you lived it, I have it!” Robert Carlyle narrated in the clip – noting that all the significant magical objects from the show have found their way into his hands. (The full episode of “Good Morning Storybrooke” will be available on the season 2 DVD.)
Snap Judgement: Although Horiwitz and Kitsis were tight-lipped about the actual plot of the upcoming season, they emphasized that anything can happen in Neverland.
The cast riffed about the different ‘ships – notably the one that pairs Emma and Hook. Collin O’Donoghue and Michael Raymond James, who were seated next to each other, offered to fight it out onstage. When O’Donoghue mused that perhaps it was time for Hook to get over Mila, Josh Dallas responded by saying “not with my daughter!” So it remains to be seen how the relationships will shift, but Kitsis and Horowitz assured us that Snow and Charming were solid. Asked about the possibility of a seperation, Jennifer Morrison jumped in, “We all just started suffering, thinking about that.” “I won’t stop trying,” Lana Parilla intoned.
As for the mysterious Peter Pan, Horizitz and Kitsis promised he will be non-traditional, and maybe a little frightening. They said the Neverland on “Once” will be recognizable, but with a few special twists. For example, Tinkerbell will have an unlikely connection to one of the characters – and meeting her will reveal some surprises.
The Big Revelations: Ariel! The Little Mermaid will definitely make an appearance, and hopefully be a regular character on the upcoming season. Also, season 3 will run in two sets of 11 episodes each — one block in the fall and one in the spring.
Most Incisive Audience Question: A fan asked the cast where they you think their characters belong – Storybrooke or Fairy Tale Land? After looking around at each other, they all sort of spoke at once that their characters need to be in their land of origin. Robert Carlyle said they’re all trying to get back there, because that is home.
The group who sailed off to Neverland in the finale of season 2, when asked about the time spent on The Jolly Roger, responded that they still feel like the earth is moving under their feel. O’Donoghue looked around incredulously at his fellow cast mates and said he loved it! He’s a sea captain through and through.
There will be a panel for “Once Upon A Time” at this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego. It will be held on Saturday, July 20th – no official word on which cast members are going to be attending, but we will post that information as soon as its released!
The countdown to Comic-Con 2013 is officially on as networks are finally announcing which of their series and stars will be invading San Diego in July for the nerdiest weekend of the year.
20th Century Fox TV unveiled their SDCC line-up last week, and now ABC has officially announced that Once Upon a Time and new freshman dramas Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland will be at the Con!
Arguably the most buzzed-about new series of the fall, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will host a panel on Friday, July 19, with creator (and one of Comic-Con’s biggest draws) Joss Whedon and Marvel’s head of Television and executive producer Jeph Loeb.
On Saturday, July 20, fans are in store for some magic as Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis will participate in panels for their series Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, which will also be attended by castmembers from each show.
If that’s not enough news to give you a geekgasm yet, ABC will also be giving fans a chance to take a ride on the Evil Queen’s carriage, the Jolly Roger or Alice’s magic mushroom with their branded pedicabs, which will be operating throughout the city during the weekend.
San Diego Comic-Con 2013 kicks off on Wednesday, July 16.
Walt Disney Home Entertainment will bring Once Upon a Time: The Complete Second Season to Blu-ray this summer. Season Two of the popular ABC fantasy series stars Jennifer Morrison as Emma Swan, Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White, Josh Dallas as Prince Charming, Lana Parrilla as the Evil Queen, Emilie de Ravin as Belle, Colin O’Donoghue as Captain Hook, Meghan Ory as Red Riding Hood, and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin, and arrives on DVD and Blu-ray on August 13th.
Synopsis: The curse is broken, magic has arrived, and there’s no telling what, or who, will be unleashed. Now the exiled fairytale characters of Once Upon a Time must grapple with a flood of awakened memories as they come to grips with their new “reality.” Old loyalties will be tested, new heroes will emerge and vengeful villains will wreak havoc, including ruthless pirate Captain Hook and the relentlessly wicked Queen of Hearts (Barbara Hershey).
Amidst the backdrop of previously unexplored lands and a newly magical Storybrooke, love and sacrifice will set the stage for the ultimate battle between good and evil. For, in the words of Rumplestiltskin, where magic is concerned, only one thing is certain: it always comes at a price. From Storybrooke to Fairy Tale Land and beyond, experience the mystery, romance, action and adventure of Once Upon a Time. Season Two also stars Jamie Chung as Mulan, Julian Morris as Prince Phillip, Lee Arenberg as Grumpy, Sarah Bolger as Princess Aurora, Jorge Garcia as Anton the Giant, Ethan Embry as Owen Flynn, David Anders as Dr. Victor Frankenstein, Alan Dale as King George, Beverley Elliott as Granny, Eion Bailey as Pinnocchio, Raphael Sbarge as Jiminy Cricket and Tony Amendola as Geppetto.
The 5-disc Blu-ray edition of Once Upon a Time: The Complete Second Season features all 22 episodes plus exclusive bonus features, and is already available for pre-order on DVD and Blu-ray.