Once Upon A Time shoots season 6 episode 601 scenes with Lana Parrilla and Ginnifer Goodwin in Steveston
THIS BLOG POST IS FOR EPISODE 601 OF "ONCE UPON A TIME". If you have not seen this episode and do not want to read or view possible spoiler photos from it prior to seeing it, please do not continue reading or viewing the photos below.
Once Upon A Time shot several scenes in Steveston on their first Steveston location day of Season 6. Episode 601, directed by frequent OUAT director Eagle Egilsson titled "The Saviour". The day started with a scene in an area of the small little village that they had, to the best of my knowledge, never filmed at prior.
Lana Parrilla and Ginnifer Goodwin shot a scene in the park at the far end of the village. Despite its quite well hidden from the general footpath traffic of the main "Storybrooke" set of Moncton Street, a crowd of about 75 people showed up to watch this early scene.
The scene had the pair talking in front of Reginas vault before they turn around and leave together. Question is.... what is it that they were talking about? I can tell you, it has something to do with Regina telling Snow something about Zelena. What that isexactly, I cant say.
After that shoot, the crew made the move to the shows "regular" locations in Steveston along Moncton Street. There will be more blog posts containing photos of those scenes coming up later on.
Once Upon A Time season 6 will begin September 25 , 2016 on ABC in the U.S. and on CTV in Canada.
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Once Upon A Time shoots scenes with Elizabeth Mitchell as the Snow Queen in early October.
In early October I caught up with Once Upon A Time in downtown Vancouver shooting a scene for a season 4 episode (I Believe ep 8, but could have been for 7 or 9... its been so long I forgot what ep they were on then)
The scene entailed Elizabeth Mitchell in full Snow Queen garb showing up thru a mystery door in the middle of a major metropolis (I suspect NYC) in the 1980s. Background people were supplied with a variety of 1980s style clothes and possessions such as walkmans & brick cell phones. Of course solidifying the 1980s theme.... the TRON poster (Eddie Kitsis & Adam Horowitz wrote the 2010 version) cleverly placed behind where they were shooting.
Once Upon A Time has nominations in several 2014 Best Of TV Awards categories which voting has begun on here.
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