‘Once Upon A Time’ Returns With Flying Monkeys


After taking a three-month break, Once Upon A Time is back.

The last time we saw the fairy tale-inspired show, the gang had just defeated the villainous Peter Pan, but that also came with some consequences; everyone in the town of Storybrooke was sent back to their rightful homes. Once again, the Charmings were separated, but Emma and Henry did happen to stay together this time around.

Of course, not everything with the mid-season finale was tied up nicely with a bow as Emma and Henry had their minds wiped of Storybrooke and

In a new sneak peek released exclusively to Entertainment Weekly, we see Snow White and Regina being attacked by Flying Monkeys; yes, one in the same as the ones from The Wizard of Oz which is fitting because it had already been revealed that the Wicked Witch of the West will have a key role.

Check out the sneak peek below and don’t forget, Once Upon A Time returns to its 8 p.m. time slot this Sunday, March 9 on ABC.

Marilyn Manson on ‘Once Upon A Time’


Marilyn Manson should just add “actor” to his resume because it looks like the shock rocker will be making another appearance on a television show. Rolling Stone has confirmed that Manson will be lending this voice to the hit ABC fairy-tale inspired show, Once Upon A Time.

The rocker will be voicing The Shadow, a creepy character that goes around kidnapping kids and taking them to Neverland. While speaking with the magazine, series creators and executive producers, Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz explained why they chose Manson to voice the Shadow.

“We’ve always been enormous fans of Marilyn Manson. We wanted to cast someone with the vocal ability to make our skin crawl.”

Well, that’s one way to describe it.

For those who don’t watch the show or have bowed out this season, the gang including Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue), Prince Charming (Josh Dallas), Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin), Evil Queen Regina (Lana Parrilla) and the savior herself, Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison), venture to Neverland to find Emma’s biological son who’s also Regina’s adoptive son, Henry (Jared Gilmore) who had been kidnapped by Peter Pan and his shadow. 

While no exact date has been given so far as to when the episode will air, it has been confirmed by ABC that the episode will air sometime in November, so keep an eye out for it.

Manson has had more than a few acting bits in the past even though most of them were him just portraying himself. He had a small role in David Lynch’s 1997 film Lost Highway and appeared as himself on Californication earlier this year. He has also been petitioning to have a small role on HBO’s Eastbound and Down, which he says is one of his favorite shows.

His last album, Born Villain, came out in 2012.

‘Once Upon A Time’ Cast Talks Season 3


“A princess, a pirate, a wizard, a queen, a knight and a savior will all join forces in search of Neverland” reads the tagline of the first trailer for season three of Once Upon A Time.

The cast of the hit ABC fantasy show, just finished their panel at Comic-Con and one of the revelations of the panel was that Ariel from The Little Mermaid will in fact be making her small screen debut this season.

According to the show’s creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, the red-headed mermaid will appear in a scene where she steals a fork of one of the seven dwarfs. The audience was reminded that “anything could happen in Neverland” which leaves an open door for how the mermaid princess will come into the story.

Another surprise that was made also revolved around Neverland, but it had nothing to do with one of last season’s biggest question (who the heck is Peter Pan?) in fact it had to do with his sassy, fairy sidekick, Tinkerbell. She will be in season 3, but whether she will be the twinkle, Disney version or  a dark version, like Peter Pan, the men behind the show were sure to keep that underwraps.

But if that wasn’t enough, turns out that there will be a big death this season which the Evil Queen herself, Lana Parrilla says is her “favorite kill.” This, of course stunned the audience, but let’s be real, Regina is a great character and killing is right up her alley.

You can watch the trailer straight from Comic-Con, here and the sneak peek featuring Grumpy and Ariel (briefly).

‘Once Upon a Time in Wonderland’ Trailer


Since Once Upon A Time creators announced that they will be creating a spin-off the hit fairy tale inspired television show, fans of the original series, have been a little bit on the fence about how to feel about this new series.

For some, the though of another Alice in Wonderland thing would be a little bit too much, especially since the Mad Hatter would probably not be in the series (Sebastian Stan plays Jefferson in the original series and since his time on the show, he has been gaining movie roles left and right, currently, Captain America 2).

During their Comic-Con panel, creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, released the first official trailer, giving the audience the chance to finally see what the premise of the new series would be. Spoiler, if it wasn’t for some key character names and a few references to Wonderland, you would think it was a completely different show.

Watch the trailer for Once Upon a Time in Wonderland below:

So what do we think Oncers, would you be giving this show a chance? Personally, I’m a little intrigued since it was just announced that Lost star, Naveen Andrew will be playing Aladdin villain, Jafar in the series and Aladdin is my favorite movie.

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland premieres Thursday, October. 10 at 8 p.m. on ABC.