I'm so happy I decided to join this website! Now I can rant about my favorite show (and like the only show I watch) and one of my favorite topics! So if you like the articles I write, expect to see more xD
Anyhow, getting to the point of the article, I've started to get the feeling that there are actually people who don't like Snow and Charming \'o'/ and I think I know why. In order to tackle this topic, I think I need to start with shedding some light on The Curse.
I've been resisting watching Once Upon a Time in Wonderland because I was scared it was going to be awful. BUT today my curiosity got ahead of me and I decided to watch it. I'm sure most Oncers have seen it already and can agree that OUAT in Wonderland cannot compare to OUAT. Granted, I have only watched Episode 1, but I'm not impressed. Once Upon a Time set a high bar for OUAT in Wonderland. So here's my review of episode 1.
[Just as a reminder, these are all my opinions, I don't intend to offend any OUAT in Wonderland fans]
Lately on the internet I seen a lot of Milah hate and I feel compelled to write another meta about her.
When Belle expresses a desire to leave her small town and go on adventures to see the world she's called a strong, independent, female character who is not afraid to go after what she wants. She's referred to as a girl that little girls watching should aspire to be.
When Ariel sings about wanting more from her life we sing along with her and empathise with her. She's a teenage girl who knows that what she has is not what she...
Once Upon a Time filmed at the Fort Langley Community Hall as the Storybrooke Town Hall yesterday for the first time in season three. Fans spotted an almost full cast either in exterior scenes or coming and going from interior scenes in the daylight. The night shoot was much smaller with only a #SwanQueen scene of Henry’s two mothers Regina (Lana Parrilla) and Emma (Jennifer Morrison) talking in her yellow VW bug.