Category: 4×08 Smash The Mirror
Hi guys, we found some photos of Liz (in a better quality) on the set of Revolution, Once Upon A Time and Kristin’s Christmas Past. Enjoy! 🙂
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Happy Sunday, lovelies! On Adam Willson’s site there are 2 new photos of Liz on Once Upon A Time set. The first one is from October 1 while she was filming 4×08 and the second pic is from September 23 on 4×07 set. 🙂
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Hello everyone! There are new bts photos from last night’s episode!
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Elizabeth’s performance was so captivating!!! Her scenes with Rumple were so powerful expecially the last one! Liz and Bobby are super fantastic and I might ship Rumple and Ingrid. Ooopsss! There’s definitely something there. :O
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Hey guys we’re gonna have 2 hour episode of Once Upon A Time tonight! Do not miss it because Liz said it’s a lot about the Snow Queen!
Gosh, I really think all of that happens in the next episode [“Smash the Mirror”]. I thought that “The Snow Queen” was going to be the big Snow Queen episode and then we got to the next episode, and I realized, no, that’s the big Snow Queen episode. I got the script for the next one, and I realized there’s so much more to the story. A lot of questions are answered, and you get to see it, which is one of my favorite things about television. Show it, you don’t have us tell it.
Mark Isham (OUAT music composer) posted this photo on his instagram. I guess it’s from tonight’s episode and Liz is so beautiful! <3
And now the usual recap of all the stuff released about the episode! 😉
Interviews with Elizabeth
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Happy OUAT Day, snowflakes! There is a new interview with Liz today! Yes yes yes! Enjoy! 😉 <3
‘Once Upon A Time’ Q&A: Elizabeth Mitchell Hints At The Snow Queen’s Endgame For Emma & Elsa
Elizabeth Mitchell’s Ingrid/The Snow Queen is working on bringing to fruition her plan to make Emma and Elsa her replacement sisters on “Once Upon a Time.”
Unable to control her powers as a youth, in last week’s “Once,” fans found out that Ingrid accidentally killed one of her beloved sisters, and was locked in an urn for 30 years by her other sister (Anna and Elsa’s “Frozen” mom) following the incident.
In Storybrooke this season, she’s been getting closer to making her dream a reality, helping to make Emma think that her family can’t accept her because of her powers. So what’s next? AccessHollywood.com turned to Elizabeth to get hints at what we’ll see in Sunday night’s special two-hour episode of “Once,” kicking off at 8/7c on ABC.
AccessHollywood.com: Obviously Ingrid/The Snow Queen wants Elsa and Emma to be her new sisters, what do you think she envisions Storybrooke to be like with her new sisters?
Elizabeth Mitchell: If you think about it from a fractured mined and you think about it like a child, instead of thinking about it like an adult who has morals and consequences and all those things, but think about [it] truly like a child, it really is just – I just have to get them to just be with me, you know what I mean? And then everything’s gonna work out. And I have to get them to see that everybody else is mean and is going to be horrible to them, except for me. So really, I’m here to save them. If you think about it in that way, then you kind of like kind of can get it, but Woof! It’s messy, that’s for sure.
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This is a new and very interesting interview with Liz about the Snow Queen. I love the way this woman thinks!
Once Upon a Time: Elizabeth Mitchell on What’s Ahead for the Snow Queen
IGN talks to the Once Upon a Time star about the Snow Queen’s past, her glittery costume, and what’s ahead.
Once Upon a Time’s been a chilly place this season. Sure, the fairy tale series is filmed in the not so warm Vancouver, but besides that, the town of Storybrooke has been touched by the world of Frozen.‘s at the heart of the icy storyline as the villainous Snow Queen. She’s manipulating everyone around her to serve one goal: to be loved by her family. That doesn’t sound like the worst thing in the world, but the Snow Queen is doing whatever it takes to make Elsa and Emma be on her side regardless of the effects on Storybrooke.
IGN spoke with Mitchell about the character’s demented side, possible redemption, and the full extent of the Snow Queen’s plans.
IGN: One thing that’s interesting about the Snow Queen is that she’s quietly crazy. She doesn’t really raise her voice. What are the challenges of selling her evil side with this approach?
Elizabeth Mitchell: The original challenge was of course, you worry that people think you aren’t doing anything. I had to give a lot of thought to what she had been through. She was a child who killed somebody. It was an accident, but as a deeply empathic child, she kills someone, so she locked herself away. There was no way for her to learn the society rules. Everything was cut short.
And then she was self-aware in an urn for 25-30 years, which of course had to drive her mad. I mean, that had to be what made her mad. But I think like all villains, like all people in life, she thinks she deeply deserves what she’s asking for. She’s on the path to get what it is that she needs. And that’s why it all worked out in a calm fashion, because she deeply feels she’ll get it. So, she’s just one step after the other. There was no need to be, that type of crazy – I mean, she is crazy – but there was no need to have her throw it all around.
IGN: Yes, it seems like she has every step planned and thought out. It’s creepy.
Mitchell: I love that she’s clever that way. Her motivations are that she wants love, and that’s great. The idea that you can make people love you by killing everybody else that they love seems a bit unwise.
IGN: It’s perhaps not the best way to go about it.
Mitchell: Not the best way to go about it. It’s a very interesting thing, the way that she keeps striking this chord. And as someone who goes through life and has had wonderful, loving relationships, you’re like, “Oh come on, you can do this. You actually already have everything you want.” But you know, you can’t talk to them because they’re made up.
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