A couple of big character announcements out of the Once Upon a Time panel at San Diego Comic Con, plus other highlights!
In a preview video for ABC's Once Upon a Time Season 2, a new character was revealed: Captain Hook! Hook joins Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk, Mulan (Jamie Chung) and Aurora (Sarah Bolger, who were revealed last week. No word on the actors who will portray Jack or Captain Hook but if past history is any indication, they will be hilariously awful while somehow remaining likeable. Othe highlights include:
- We will find out the identity of Henry's father.
- We will learn Dr. Whale's fairytale alter ego.
- Malificent may not be dead.
- The show will continue to take place in Storybrooke, though the fairy tale world may start to bleed through.
- Emilie de Raven will play a bigger role this season, though she will not drop her out-of-place Australian accent.
Embedded below is the Season 2 teaser video, as well as a video of the title cards from the next season, which reveal the fairy tales that will be explored, including Jack and the Beanstalk.
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