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Weaver’s blazer in 7x07 & 7x09
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сдается мне что пиНжачок не совсем тот, начиная с того что не кожаный, а вовсе суконная курточка. но приятно что модничают. ;)  и сдается мне что наш-то лучше реклама чем тот парнишка.))

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кого это поймали внезапно небритым?))


вновь аэропорт!
chnar: #flashbackfriday to last week in LA with none other than my favourite weirdo 👫😎💍💕☀️. Also what seemed like a regular ol trip turned into one including the word “yes” and even meeting my favourite villain from @onceabcofficial on our way back home ✨
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ONCE UPON A TIME: Co-Creator Edward Kitsis on Season 7 reinvention- Exclusive Interview

This interview was conducted during ABC’s portion of the Summer 2017 Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour.

ABC’s ONCE UPON A TIME, now on Friday nights in its seventh season, has gone through quite a transformation this year. Then again, it’s gone through quite a few major reinventions since it premiered. Created by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz, ONCE UPON A TIME began with the premise that many characters from the Enchanted Forest – including the Evil Queen Regina (Lana Parrilla), Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin), Prince Charming (Josh Dallas), Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) and more – had been deposited by a curse in the small town of Storybrooke, Maine, most of them with no memory of their true identities. Young Henry Mills (Jared S. Gilmore), Regina’s adopted son, knew the truth and sought out his birth mother, Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison), convinced that she could break the curse.

Instead of keeping this up for multiple seasons, the curse was broken at the end of Season 1, and Storybrooke and its denizens went through all sorts of changes. By the end of Season 6, Regina had gone from villain to hero, Rumplestiltskin had changed for the better for love (though he’s still the Dark One) and Emma had found her own happy ending with Killian Jones, aka Captain Hook (Colin O’Donoghue).

Season 7 starts with a brand-new curse, with Regina, Rumplestiltskin, Captain Hook and the grown Henry (now played by Andrew J. West) in Seattle, all unaware of their true identities. Henry believes he’s the author of a book of fictional fairytales. Lucy (Alison Fernandez), a little girl, shows up at Henry’s doorstep one day to tell him his fairytales are all true – and more, Lucy is Henry’s daughter by Cinderella (Dania Ramirez). Neither Henry nor Cinderella – Jacinda in our world – believe a word of this, though we’ve seen the truth of it in flashbacks and Lucy is desperate to find proof. Determined to thwart them: Cinderella’s icy stepmother, Victoria Tremaine (Gabrielle Anwar).

Co-creator Kitsis, who still serves as hands-on show runner with writing partner Horowitz, talks about this new iteration of ONCE UPON A TIME.

ASSIGNMENT X: Why did you choose Seattle as the setting for the new season?

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