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'Once Upon a Time' casts Tinkerbell -- EXCLUSIVE

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Here’s a happy thought: Once Upon a Time has just cast Tinkerbell for season 3.

Actress Rose McIver has landed the ABC hit’s take on the classic role, and will appear in multiple episodes next season.

Season 3 will spend time exploring the fantasy world of Neverland. Showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have said Tinkerbell will have a surprising introduction and unlikely connection to another character. As for the mysterious role of Peter Pan, the showrunners promised fans at Comic-Con that he will be a darker and complicated version of the character — and perhaps a little frightening.

McIver has had roles in The Lovely Bones and Showtime’s upcoming Masters of Sex, and was the Yellow Bear ranger on Power Rangers RPM. For next season, Once Upon has also recast Robin Hood (with Sean Maguire filling in for Tom Ellis), booked Robbie Kay as a Lost Boy, and Giancarlo Esposito will return for an episode as The Mirror/Sidney.

One big role that has yet to be cast: Ariel, The Little Mermaid herself. Once Upon returns Sunday, Sept. 29.

At TCA, we want answers about 'Homeland,' 'American Horror Story: Coven,' 'Agents of SHIELD,' more

Summer is typically a pretty quiet time for TV fans, but July is full of television news, thanks to last weekend’s Comic-Con and today’s kickoff of the Television Critics Association Press Tour.

As entertainment reporters (including EW’s Inside TV team) settle in for two weeks of TCA presentations, we’re looking forward to the new and returning shows we didn’t catch up with down in San Diego, plus reminding you of all the great news we scooped up during our Comic-Con interviews. Stick with EW.com through Aug. 7 for everything you need to know about these shows and more:
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'Once Upon a Time' has a new Robin Hood

Once Upon a Time is already set in a fantasy world, and the show is asking fans to suspend disbelief yet again: Robin Hood, who first appeared last season as played by Tom Ellis (Merlin), will return in season 3, but Sean Maguire will now fill the hood, ABC confirmed to EW.

The British actor, who had a two-episode arc this year on Criminal Minds and was a regular on UPN’s Eve, will take over as Robin for at least four episodes this season. As series co-creator Adam Horowitz explained to TVLine, scheduling conflicts kept Ellis from returning to the show.
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'Once Upon A Time in Wonderland' cast talks costumes, fight scenes, and more

The cast of Once Upon A Time in Wonderland took a sojourn from Wonderland to the dreamland of Comic-Con over the weekend, dropping by EW’s digital studio for a chat with Sandra Gonzalez. The ABC show, premiering this fall, is a spin-off of Once Upon A Time, but this one takes place through the eyes of Alice, of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland fame. Cast members Sophie Lowe, Michael Socha, Peter Gadiot, Emma Rigby, and Naveen Andrews talked about those fantastical costumes, who can throw a punch, bringing fairytales to life, and more. Check out the interview below.

'Once Upon a Time' cast drops season 3 hints at the EW.com Comic-Con studio

Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Lana Parilla, Emilie De Ravin, Michael Raymond-James, and Colin O’Donogue made the journey to EW.com’s Comic-Con suite today and dropped some hints as to what we might expect as they embark on a third season. They also took a reader question asking what prop from the set each of them would most want to take home. Watch the interview below. READ FULL STORY

'Once Upon a Time' Comic-Con panel: The Little Mermaid to appear in season 3

The Panel: Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, Ginnifer Goodwin (Snow White/Mary Margaret), Jennifer Morrison (Emma Swan), Josh Dallas (Prince Charming/David), Emilie de Ravin (Belle/Lacey), Collin O’Donoghue (Captain Hook), Robert Carlyle (Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold), Lana Parilla (Evil Queen/Regina), Michael Raymond-James (Balefire/Neal) READ FULL STORY

'Once Upon a Time' season 3 scoop: Giancarlo Esposito poised to return

Giancarlo Esposito is going to take a small detour on his way back to the land without power to visit the land with magic.

EW has confirmed that the Revolution star is set to reprise his role on ABC’s Once Upon a Time sometime early next season. TVLine first reported the news.

Esposito, who did not appear during the show’s second season, plays the roles of Sidney Glass, the Magic Mirror, and the Genie of Agrabah, but it is not yet known which role (or roles) he will resurrect during his one-episode stint.

Once Upon a Time returns to ABC this fall.

'Once Upon a Time' finale: Showrunners Kitsis & Horowitz talk season 2 -- and what's next

[Obvious Note: Spoilers for Once Upon a Time's second season finale -- "And Straight On Till Morning" -- follow!]

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'Once Upon a Time': Michael Raymond-James talks this week's finale and Baelfire's fate

Of all the characters introduced or highlighted for the first time during Once Upon a Time‘s second season — including Captain Hook, Mulan, Princess Aurora, Lancelot, and even Dr. Victor Frankenstein — none is as pivotal to the show’s master plot as Neal Cassady, a.k.a. Rumpelstiltskin’s prodigal son Baelfire. Rumpel engineered the dark curse that created the town of Storybrooke purely so that he could find his long-lost child, meaning that Once itself wouldn’t exist if not for Bae. He spent a significant amount of time in Never Land, giving Once‘s writers an opportunity to introduce an entirely new world in season 2 (and beyond). And coincidentally, Bae also had an intense relationship with Emma Swan, daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming — one that resulted in the birth of Henry Mills, a.k.a. the fulcrum of the series (for better or worse).

As of now, Bae’s fate is uncertain: when last we saw the guy, he was suffering from a mortal bullet wound and falling through a portal to an unknown other land. But though Bae’s in no position to speak for himself, the actor who portrays him — Michael Raymond-James, late of True Blood and FX’s gone-too-soon Terriers — was happy to chat with EW before Once‘s finale this Sunday, May 12. Read on for more about Bae’s journey — as well as whether Raymond-James believes that his character and Jennifer Morrison’s Emma are meant to be.

First things first: Are we going to see Bae again before the end of the season?
I don’t know how to answer that! Are you asking, do I die?

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'Arrow,' 'CSI,' 'Revolution,' 'Once Upon a Time': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

We’ve got a busy weekend ahead here at EW. Not only is there a lot of good TV but we’re also hosting the CapeTown Film Festival in L.A., so I’ll be there periodically this weekend. If you’re in the L.A. area, stop by and say hello.

Now that I’ve opened myself up to possible stalkers, on to business!

Notice: Spoiler Room will return to it’s regularly scheduled Wednesday timeslot next week. And as usual, send all questions to spoilerroom@ew.com!

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'Once Upon a Time' sneak peek: 'Kill them all' -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

The Queen wants Snow, and she’ll stop at nothing to get her in a flashback on this week’s Once Upon a Time. “Information leading to Snow’s capture will be richly rewarded,” she tells a town of villagers. And for those who get in the way? “Kill them all — no mercy.”

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Paul Reubens cast in 'Once Upon a Time' spin-off

Paul Reubens is lending his voice to the forthcoming Once Upon a Time spin-off, Once: Wonderland.

EW has confirmed the actor, best known for playing Pee-Wee Herman, will voice the White Rabbit, who is among several characters set to appear test presentation being pulled together by Once creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, with help from former River EP Zack Estrin and Once writer Jane Espenson.

He joins a cast that already includes Sophie Lowe (Road Kill), Being Human‘s Michael Socha, and Peter Gadiot.

Set in pre-curse Wonderland, the project is set to film soon in Vancouver.

'Once Upon a Time' spin-off casts Alice

The cast of ABC’s Once Upon a Time mini spin-off continues to take shape.

EW has confirmed that actress Sophie Lowe (Road Kill) has landed the role of Alice in the project, now titled Once: Wonderland.

She joins a cast that also includes Being Human‘s Michael Socha, who plays the Knave of Hearts, and Peter Gadiot, an actor with only a few credits to his name, who plays Alice’s mysterious love interest, Cyrus.
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