The hero’s Camelot quest culminates with an impossible decision Emma must make with consequences she amy never be able to come back from, and in Dunbrouch, Merida teams up with Mulan and Ruby on a very personal mission, in a special two-hour “Once Upon a Time,” starting at 8/7c, Sunday, November 15 on ABC.
Merida’s (Amy Manson) courage is tested as her brother’s lives hang in the balance and Belle’s (Emilie de Ravin) fate is left up to Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle) on ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET).
Merlin get’s his heart broken, get’s turned into a tree then get’s released. Henry plans a date, get’s his heart broken, saves the day two more times then get’s his heart broken again. Merida tries to find proper motivation to whip Rumple into shape, Regina witnesses more than one heartbreak and has a heart-to-heart with Miss Swan. It’s a rollercoaster of a ride and even though the episode is named “Dreamcatcher” i think a more appropriate title is “Heartbreaker” because there are plenty to go around.
After a failed attempt to pull Excalibur from the stone Emma embarks on a new plan to snuff out the light. She pays the dwarves a little visit to borrow an ax expecting it will break the sword free of its stone encasement. But this is magic, dark magic and even though Emma is new to the Dark One game shouldn’t she know that an ax used by the dwarves can’t stand up to dark magic? Apparently not because she tries and fails to make a dent in that giant rock.
The fans came out in full force to support their favorite fair tale show and catch a glimpse of the one and only Dark Swan at this years New York Comic Con panel for ABC’s hit series Once Upon a Time.
Executive Producers Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis were joined by star Jennifer Morrison to debut an early screening of this Sunday’s episode “Siege Perilous” and to tease a little about what we can expect throughout the rest of Season 5.
Anaheim brace yourself! Fans of the hit ABC series “Once Upon a Time” are headed your way May 8-10 in the first ever Regal Con fan convention. Your favorite stars such as Lana Parrilla (Evil Queen/Regina Mills), Rebecca Mader (Zelena/Wicked Witch) and Emilie de Ravin (Belle) just to name a few, are set to make an appearance with Q&A sessions, photo ops and VIP mixers not to mention a concert from rock group 45 Spacer where they will debut their latest tracks.
Ticket prices and convention detail after the jump!
In 1957, a group of under-sized neophyte baseball players from Monterrey, Mexico became the first non-American team to win the Little League World Series. The Perfect Game is sorta, kinda their story.
The movie, adapted for the big screen by the author of the book of the same name, W. William Winkour, plays fast and loose with history in an attempt to make the movie more memorable when the story itself really doesn’t need any such flourishes. Sandy Koufax wasn’t a star in 1957, and it’s extremely unlikely that a team from Kentucky would be integrated – to mention just a couple of unnecessary tweaks. Those and other such additions for the sake of drama might best have been excised. Certainly, those cuts would have made The Perfect Game not only better, but a good deal shorter. At a hair under two hours, it does lag at times.