OUAT: 7.19 Flower Child – Promo

Eva Longoria’s Hollywood Star Ceremony Post-Luncheon – More Photos Added

Eva Longoria’s Hollywood Star Ceremony Post-Luncheon – More Photos Added

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I have replaced the photos I added yesterday by HQ ones and added a lot more as well!
As always, you can check the photos out by clicking here or by clicking on any of the thumbnails below! Enjoy!

Eva Longoria’s Hollywood Star Ceremony Post-Luncheon

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Eva Longoria was given her very own star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame and Lana was there to support her friend! As usual our favorite Queen looked absolutely stunning! Several pictures of Lana arriving at the Post Luncheon have surfaced. I have added several red carpet photos to the gallery! You can find them by clicking here or by clicking on any of the thumbnails below! More to come! Enjoy!

OUAT: 7.18 The Guardian – Episode Stills & BTS + 7.17 Chosen – New BTS Added

OUAT: 7.18 The Guardian – Episode Stills & BTS + 7.17 Chosen – New BTS Added

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I have added HQ episode stills as well as some new BTS photos of this week’s upcoming episode ‘The Guardian‘ to the gallery! I also added some new BTS Stills of last week’s episode ‘Chosen‘. You can find them by clicking here , here & hereor by clicking on any of the thumbnails below! Enjoy!

OUAT: 7.17 Chosen – HQ Screencaptures

OUAT: 7.17 Chosen – HQ Screencaptures

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Last night’s OUAT episode ‘Chosen‘ marked Lana’s directorial debut. We are so very proud of her for reaching this awesome milestone in her career! 217 HQ episode screencaptures have been added to the gallery! You can find them by clicking here or by clicking on any of the thumbnails below! Enjoy!

OUAT: 7.18 The Guardian – Promo

Lana Parrilla Talks Directing Debut, Bidding Regina Adieu

Lana Parrilla Talks Directing Debut, Bidding Regina Adieu

For this Friday’s episode of Once Upon a Time , original cast member Lana Parrilla found herself behind as well as in front of the camera.

Making her directorial debut, Parrilla helped bring to life a revamped tale of Hansel and Gretel, the former of which we now know to be Hyperion Heights’ Candy Killer. Her first foray into directing also of course came in the nick of time, with just six episodes left in the fantasy drama’s run.

Here, in TVLine’s last of so many Q&As over the years with Parrilla, she details how directing played right into her personal wheelhouse, before reflecting — Kleenex alert! — on the end of her reign as Regina fka the Evil Queen.

TVLINE | I have every faith that you went into this so incredibly prepared, but even so, was there anything that surprised you about your directing debut experience?
I mean, I guess what surprised me was I had no idea how much actually goes into making a television show, or a movie, or any sort of production in our industry. I didn’t realize how many times we were going to read the script every single day, with every department, and go through every single detail of it. And I actually really enjoyed that part of it, because I am so detail oriented, and breaking stuff down on that level was a good percentage of the homework. I really, really appreciated how thorough every department was and how detailed everything was. I’d been wearing the actor’s hat for so long, I had no idea there was so much that went into it. Now having worn the director’s hat, I love it. It’s right up my alley. Prep is one of my favorite things to do, so it was really aligned with my process.

TVLINE | What’s a specific level of detail that the director gets involved in that we regular folk might not even consider?
It varies because, as they say, film is the director’s medium, TV is a producer’s medium and stage is the actor’s medium. But what really surprised me was how open my producers were to my ideas — and I came with a lot of ’em. Especially with the gingerbread house and how I wanted the children to look, ideas for Rebecca [Mader]’s look and what happens at the midpoint in the script, and the energy and vibe I was looking for. And also visually what I wanted — color schemes, etcetera, the ambiance and the feel of a place, working with the art department…. I didn’t think that I was going to have as much input, but on Once Upon a Time they trusted me with the creative process more than I thought they would, and I was really taken by that. And very grateful. Continue reading

Lana Parrilla dishes to TVGuide.com: Robin Hood’s Return Is “All of What You Hoped”

Lana Parrilla dishes to TVGuide.com: Robin Hood’s Return Is “All of What You Hoped”

Once Upon a Time fans are getting an Outlaw Queen reunion between Regina (Lana Parrilla) and Robin Hood (Sean Maguire) before the series ends! Parrilla dished to TV Guide about Maguire’s big return to the show while promoting her directorial debut episode airing Friday, Apr. 13.

Yes, you will see Robin and Regina in a scene together,” Parrilla said. Maguire returns in the penultimate episode of the series, but it will be a magical reunion according to Parilla. “It is all of what you hoped. It’s beautiful and it’s Outlaw Queen. It’s their beautiful dream and their loving relationship.

Regina may have started a little somethin’ somethin’ with Dr. Facilier (Daniel Francis) in recent episodes, but apparently the spark is still there between Maguire and Parrilla, who gushed about working with him again.

For me, as the actor playing Regina, it was so much fun to tell that story once again,” she said. “I really missed working with Sean Maguire. It was so comfortable and so easy. It was a dynamic and relationship that I’ve always supported so it was really nice to have him back again.

Source: TVGuide.Com

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