Once Upon a Time co-creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis discuss the third season, the two-hour finale and characters that have yet to appear on the fairy-tale drama.
At New York Comic-Con, the co-creators and star of “Once Upon A Time” spoke to fans about season three and the spinoff “Once Upon A Time In Wonderland.”
The co-creators of Once Upon A Time and Once Upon A Time in Wonderland discuss the third season of their hit show and its Alice in Wonderland-inspired spinoff.
The spinoff of ABC’s Once Upon a Time premieres tonight, and Wonderland creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz promise a new world full of strange CG, a kick-ass Alice and a frightening Jafar.
The creators and stars of ABC’s Once Upon a Time in Wonderland screened the pilot episode at Comic-Con International and revealed how the season-long story will be “all killer, no filler.”
ABC has released the first images for Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, the first spinoff of the hit drama created by Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz.
Once Upon a Time is recasting the Mad Hatter role because of Sebastian Stan’s Marvel commitments, even as ABC considers whether to spin off the character into his own series.
Once Upon aTime co-creator Eddie Kitsis discuss the upcoming season of the ABC fairy-tale drama, teasing the importance of death in the series, upcoming plot points and how Emma sees the roguish Captain Hook.
Creators Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz open up to Spinoff Online about Once Upon A Time’s second season from the world-breaking twist that launched the year to challenges faced by Snow White and family as everyone from Mulan to Captain Hook appears in Storybrooke.
Lost alum Jorge Garcia will appear as a giant on at least one episode of ABC’s Once Upon a Time, the hit fairy-tale drama that returns for its second season Sept. 30.
The creators and stars of ABC’s Once Upon a Time spoke at Comic-Con International about the fairy-tale drama’s season-ending twist, and tease what the characters will face in Season 2.
Tron: Uprising producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis and director Charlie Bean discuss their new Disney XD animated series and how it fits into the Tron universe.