Once Upon A Time shoots scenes for an episode with Robert Carlyle, Jared Gilmore, Jaime Murray & more
THIS POST MAY CONTAIN POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR A ONCE UPON A TIME EPISODE IN SEASON 6. If you do not want to see or read any potential spoilers before seeing the episode, do not continue reading or viewing this post.
Once Upon A Time shot scenes for 1 of their final episodes of the season, episode 621, in Steveston in March with Robert Carlyle, Jared Gilmore, Jaime Murray, Beverley Elliott, Raphael Sbarge & Lee Arenberg on set during the day.
An early scene saw Jared Gilmore, the co-Best Youth Actor Winner in the Best Of TV Awards this year as Henry Mills walking down the middle of Main Street (Moncton Street in Steveston) in Storybrooke with his story book, and no one seems to be around.
Later scenes saw Beverley Elliott as Granny, Lee Arenberg as Leroy and Raphael Sbarge Dr. Hopper also on set, along with Jaime Murray as the Black Fairy & Robert Carlyle as Mr. Gold.
The most interesting thing of the day, at some point Henry ends up so seriously injured, that he is being taken into an ambulance with a neckbrace on, and the Black Fairy is carrying the story book. I guess thats what you get for walking down the middle of Main Street.
Later in the day, a scene was shot with Gold & Black Fairy sitting in Reginas car talking. She shows him a file on something, and he then gets out of the car and leaves, with a worried look on his face.
Near the end of the day one of the shows creators, Adam Horowitz was on set talking with Robert Carlyle for a while on two separate occasions. At the end of the second talk, Robert gave him a hug, and left Adam as he went inside the actors holding area. Lots of people were assuming it was a talk about either trying to sign Robert back up, or a good bye chat. Neither of these cases can anyone confirm, since they were not in the talk, and anyone claiming to know otherwise, not named Robert carlyle or Adam Horowitz, is full of it.
Once Upon A Time airs on Sunday nights on ABC in the U.S. and on CTV in Canada.
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THIS POST CONTAINS POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR "ONCE UPON A TIME" EPISODE 619. If you have not seen this episode & want to avoid possible spoilers form it, do not continue reading the article or viewing the photos below
Once Upon A Time was back in Steveston on Tuesday filming some scenes for two episodes. Mostly it was for episode 619, but they also did 1 scene for 620 later in the day.
They started the day shooting a scene with 3 people. Rebecca Mader (who was out of sight the whole scene.... so I never got a photo of her) Lana Parrilla as Regina Mills and Jaime Murray as the Black Fairy.
The scene seemed to see the pair squaring off in the midddle of the street, sizing each other up. At one point you hear Bex yell "Regina", and in a later scene after the 3 actresses had wrapped, the Black Fairy stunt double did a scene where she is thrown through the air.
This is the second blog of this days shoot since it finished 2nd in my twitter vote on which one to do 1st. You can find the 620 blog with Colin O'Donoghue HERE and the blog with Emilie de Ravin, Robert Carlyle and Jennifer Morrison HERE
You can catch Once Upon A Time on Sunday nights on ABC in the U.S. and on CTV in Canada.
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