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What can you say about Belle’s fate in the season finale?

Probably my second or equal to the moments in the first episode is a moment that Belle and Mr. Gold have in the finale. It’s just kind of perfect. It’s very special. We’re still with teary eyes afterward and don’t want to say anything else.

Do you know what your next acting gig is?

No. I’m taking a moment just to be a mom (to 14-month-old Vera with fiancĂ©-director Eric Bilitch) at home right now. And I’m loving that full time, but I’m going to work on something else soon ... I’m just trying to figure out what the right thing is. There’s so much wonderful stuff out there now, kind of more than ever, there’s a lot of cable content popping up more than there ever has been. Some really great quality pieces.



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What can you say about Rumple's part in the finale?

Kitsis: I will say the final battle will be thematic for everybody and that Rumple, as a man who is a difficult man to love, I think he will have a very difficult choice to make again.

Will everyone make it out alive?

Kitsis: Can't promise you that.

But [we were] thinking, would it be like Cinderella or Ruby, people we haven't seen in a while?

Horowitz: I would say this, in all seriousness. It's a combination of things that we're planning to do. So it's like, while we don't want to say literally what we're hoping to do, but it's not -- it would involve our characters, some of our characters, and it would involve some new people as well. It's a mixture of things.



Interview on Jennifer Morrison's Departure from Once
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What does your exit mean for Emma’s happy ending? How do you feel about how Emma’s story ends?

I feel great. Listen, from Day 1 I’ve always said I love Eddy and Adam’s writing and I love the stories they come up with, and I feel like they do such a wonderful job of taking these characters on really rich journeys. So I’m very pleased with the journey that they had taken Emma on through the whole six years, and I’m pleased with where they’ve taken her to at the end of the six years.

You’ve said you’d come back for one episode next season. Is there a chance for more or even a return for whatever ends up being the series finale?

I don’t know. I can’t really speak to that. All I can say is that I’ve negotiated for one episode, and that episode is the only thing I can promise.



Episode 6.22 - The Final Battle Part 2 (Season Finale)




Episode 6.21 - The Final Battle Part 1




Press Release

THE BLACK FAIRY’S CURSE LANDS OUR HEROES IN FAIRY TALE LAND WITH LITTLE HOPE OF RETURNING HOME, AND EMMA IS IN THE FIGHT OF HER LIFE, ON THE SEASON FINALE OF ABC’S ‘ONCE UPON A TIME’

“The Final Battle Part 1 & 2” – Henry awakens to a cursed Storybrooke and discovers Emma has been in the mental hospital, and the Black Fairy is the new mayor. Henry attempts to help Emma regain her memory while Gold tries to find out what has really happened to Belle. Meanwhile, Snow, Charming, Regina, Zelena and Hook are trapped in a crumbling Fairy Tale Land and desperately try to figure out a way to be reunited with Emma and Henry, on season finale of “Once Upon a Time,” SUNDAY, MAY 14 (8:00–10:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network.

“Once Upon a Time” stars Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White/Mary Margaret, Jennifer Morrison as Emma Swan, Lana Parrilla as the Evil Queen/Regina, Josh Dallas as Prince Charming/David, Emilie de Ravin as Belle, Colin O’Donoghue as Hook, Jared S. Gilmore as Henry Mills, Rebecca Mader as the Wicked Witch/Zelena and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold.

Guest starring are Lee Arenberg as Leroy/Grumpy, Raphael Sbarge as Archie/Jiminy Cricket, Beverly Elliott as Granny, Deniz Akdeniz as Aladdin, Peter Marcin as Chief, Giles Matthew as Gideon, Andrew J. West as Young Man, Alison Fernandez as Little Girl, Ingrid Torrance as Severe Nurse and Jaime Murray as Black Fairy, Karen David as Jasmine, Gabe Khouth as Mr. Clark/Sneezy, Faustino Di Bauda as Walter/Sleepy, Sara Tomko as Tiger Lily and Olivia Steel Falconer as Violet.

“The Final Battle Part 1 & 2” was written by Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. Part 1 was directed by Steve Pearlman, and Part 2 was directed by Ralph Hemecker.
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Because the show hasn’t gotten a pick-up yet, if this is the series finale instead of the season finale, will fans be happy with how it ends?

GOODWIN: I think so.
DALLAS: I think most people will be. You can’t please everybody. I think that some people will be happy, and some people will be angry and upset.
GOODWIN: I think they found a magical way to make it go either way.
DALLAS: Yeah, they’ve honored these characters and this part of the story, this part of their journeys. I think each character gets something that the fans should be happy with, that each character deserves.

This finale will undoubtedly be different from any others because for the first time, Once Upon a Time is heading into its final episode on the bubble as the drama awaits word on its future. That fact played heavily on the decision making process for this episode, and Kitsis and Horowitz were aware that they needed to write a season finale that could also function as a series finale if need be.

If the show does return for another year, it’s growing increasingly clear that a few characters may not be coming along for the ride. Kitsis confirmed as much, saying “Creatively it’s time to end a few stories. ... We feel like this is the kind of show that regenerates, and I think when you see the ending you’ll go, ‘Oh, yeah.’”

If it is the end for them, Goodwin and Dallas have both said that they’re satisfied with the way the finale shakes out for their characters — and the show as a whole.

“I think they’ve honored these characters and this part of the story, part of their journey, and I think each character gets something that the fans should be happy with that each character deserves,” Dallas says. “If it’s the last episode, I would be satisfied.”



OUR FAVORITE ‘ONCE UPON A TIME’ CAST AND EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS TAKE VIEWERS ON A SPECIAL TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE, ON ABC’S ‘ONCE UPON A TIME: THE FINAL BATTLE BEGINS’

“Once Upon a Time: The Final Battle Begins” – Join our talented cast and executive producers as they identify some of their favorite moments over the past six seasons, as well as take a look back at their characters’ journeys. They will discuss what the show has meant to them personally and to the millions of fans who made “Once Upon a Time” a hit show on ABC. Additionally in this special, “Oncers” get to ask the cast and producers their most burning questions about the series. Take a look back at the origins, the love and romance, and all the adventures along that way that fans have cherished these past six seasons on SUNDAY, MAY 14 (7:00–8:00 p.m. EDT). Afterwards, stay tuned for the epic two-hour season finale, as the final battle has arrived, on “Once Upon a Time,” (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network.

“Once Upon a Time” stars Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White/Mary Margaret, Jennifer Morrison as Emma Swan, Lana Parrilla as the Evil Queen/Regina, Josh Dallas as Prince Charming/David, Emilie de Ravin as Belle, Colin O’Donoghue as Hook, Jared S. Gilmore as Henry Mills, Rebecca Mader as the Wicked Witch/Zelena and Robert Carlyle as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold.
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