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Caviar’s Bert Hamelinck, Fabrica de Cine’s Gaston Pavlovich and Manu Gargi, Andrew Carlberg and Tambakis are producing.
Angarano is repped by UTA and Jackoway Tyerman; Benoist by UTA, Anonymous Content and Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz; Janney by Gersh, Thruline and Nelson Davis; and O’Neill by Paradigm and Brillstein Entertainment.But I know that many fans are deeply invested in this particular coupling, which has taken a while to materialize. " O'Donaghue: "We have a good time." Morrison: "We have a great time." For O'Donoghue, it's important to tie the date into bigger magical doings on "Once Upon a Time." "The date itself goes really well for them," he repeats to a small pack of writers.On the "Once Upon a Time" set in Vancouver earlier this week, Morrison and Colin O'Donoghue tried to be coy on date-based excitement from several reporters about Hook and Emma's night on the ice-enclosed town. "There are other struggles that are going on behind.Hook has made a deal with Rumplestiltskin to get his hand back so that he can have it to be able to hold Emma, as he says and... Morrison adds, "I've heard it's a really good kiss, according to the editors." Both actors were amused/interested by getting to mix up episodic wardrobes which, if we're being honest here, could probably get a bit repetitive. The vulnerability is less about what he's wearing and more just the fact that he's opened his heart up to someone again and how that makes him feel.The comedy, the first for Morrison’s newly launched Apartment 3C Productions, will now kick off principal photography June 3 in Los Angeles.It follows a young misfit, Ned (Angarano), in his repeated failed attempts to join the Marines and serve his country.
When his last interview fails, he takes a Marine officer’s advice to “protect the homefront” a little too seriously, and sets his sights on a casino manager who may or may not be a terrorist mastermind.
In trying to uncover this “terrorist cell,” he enlists the help of a young runaway, Tally (Benoist), forming the most unlikely possible anti-terrorism unit in a story of love, friendship and homeland security.
It seems like so long ago, but "Once Upon a Time" actually began with Jennifer Swan's Emma Swan on a date.
Romantically it wasn't a successful liaison, but it established Emma's skip-tracer as a non-nonsense woman with no time for fairy tales. Another Emma Swan date last season, with Chris Gorham's yet-to-monkey-out Walsh, was used to show audiences how memory-free Emma was adapting to single life in New York City.
This Sunday (October 19), Emma is back on the prowl, but as you can see from the picture accompanying this story, fans are going to see a much different side of Emma's romantic life.
After several seasons of flirting and wooing and resisting and that awkward thing where Emma lost her powers by performing mouth-to-mouth on him, plus a big kiss and then more flirting and wooing, Emmy and reformed pirating bad-boy Hook are going out on a date. It might not surprise you that I'm perhaps less invested in the Captain Swan relationship and more interested in wondering why all of the characters from "Frozen" are wandering around without their snowman or perhaps in Elizabeth Mitchell's ice cream business that nobody in Storybrooke is perplexed to suddenly notice.