If you haven’t watched the Once Upon A Time season finale, I highly advise you to stop reading. This post will contain MAJOR spoiler alerts (unless you were in the group of people who found out the news through social media then feel free to keep reading)! Continue reading
In Friended to Death, actor James Immekus plays Emile Lewis, a young man who happens to share a fired date with a social media-obsessed coworker. What ensues is hijinks galore and a fake death on Facebook, just to see who would show up to the funeral.
The Daily Quirkhad a chance to chat with Immekus about his role in Friended to Death, his time as Michael Darling on Once Upon a Time and what TV has caught his interest. Check out the interview below! Continue reading
We’re two episodes back into Once Upon a Time. I admit, this show is a guilty pleasure. It’s both delightful and ridiculous at the same time. I love how all of the stories have come together but sweet mercy if the midseason finale didn’t seem like a series finale?
Where is the show headed now? A year is missing? A new villain or two? There’s so much to look forward to, I can hardly limit myself. Continue reading
It’s whispered across space, time, ComicCon, and the web – “I didn’t choose the fandom life, the fandom life chose me.” Be you a SuperWhoLockian, a Potterhead, a Trekkie or something entirely different, you know how it goes: You fall in love with [insert obsession here] one day, and the next day, you begin to seek out others with whom you can obsess. You may find others to bond with on Tumblr, LiveJournal, a fan site or among already existing friends. Regardless of where you find people who are equally as in love with that special show, movie, band, etc., it’s all over. Once you’ve made contact, you’re in the fandom. Continue reading
We’re only three episodes into the third season of ABC’s Once Upon A Time, and it’s definitely kicked off to an eventful and magical start! This season the show, based on some of our favorite fairytale characters, takes Snow White, Emma and the gang on a conquest through the Never Land to find and rescue Henry. Unlike in the Disney depiction, Never Land is far from a dream come true, and Peter Pan isn’t this whimsical little boy with great hopes and dreams. In the midst of this great adventure, we encounter new characters like Tinker Bell, a bitter fairy cast away into the jungle and the Lost Boys, Pan’s orphaned gang. Continue reading
This past weekend the creators and executive producers of Once Upon a Time, along with one of the show’s stars, Jennifer Morrison (Emma Swan), shared details and answered questions about the upcoming season of the show. They also gave some fun details about the highly anticipated spin-off, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland and where the two shows will overlap! Read on to get all the details… Continue reading
Actor David Anders is best known for playing characters that fall squarely on the bad guy chart, usually somewhere between heartless wretch and full on mustache twisting villain, and more often than not they tend to be of the British persuasion. So, it may surprise you to find out that when Anders moved to Los Angeles to become an actor he had his sights set on comedy, and that the move was not from across the pond, but actually from up the coast in Oregon. That’s right, the accent he donned for some of his most famous roles in shows like Alias and Heroes is fake, but don’t feel to bad for being fooled by it. When I sat down to talk to Anders for this interview, he revealed that he’s had to convince directors that he can “do” an American accent and that people are often surprised he’s not actually a brit. But, Anders takes it all in stride, finding the whole thing humorous and praising his ability to go incognito in public because people think ‘it looks like that guy, but it’s not the guy’ when he’s speaking in his everyday voice.
And that glass is half full attitude doesn’t just apply there. Anders comes across as such a charming and generally cheerful guy, that it left this interviewer wondering why he’s not gracing the silver screen as the lovable leading man in rom-coms instead of playing the characters we love to hate. Not that I’m complaining. Anders’ impressive resume has contributed some of the most devilishly fun characters to grace our televisions over the past twelve years. Lucky for us with his latest role as Troy Cutler on Necessary Roughness and his return to Once Upon a Time next season, it looks like he’ll continue to do so in the future.
I recently got to talk to Anders about his prolific television career (including the fate of Dr. Whale and his new role on USA’s Necessary Roughness), his penchant for accents, and a film you all have to see called The Revenant. Read on for the the interview…
Once Upon a Timefans might be chomping at the bit for the Season 3 premiere at the end of September and we’ve got some information about the future of one of the hit show’s stars!
In an exclusive interview with The Daily Quirk that will release later this month, David Anders, the man behind the charming-yet-slightly-tragic Dr. Whale/Victor Frankenstein, revealed that he will be returning to Storybrooke in Season 3. Sadly, we won’t see the doctor in the first episode, but Anders’ “I will be back!” is enough to get us excited for his eventual return. Continue reading
Summertime means wrapping up finales of some shows (like Glee), and saying hello to premiere episodes for others (like the revived Arrested Development). Whether you’re gearing up for your favorite show or winding down, aren’t we all waiting to see what’s next for our favorite TV couples? So as we transition between spring and summer series, here’s a list of the best couple to keep in mind. Continue reading
In anticipation of the new Hitchcock inspired A&E series, Bates Motel, The Daily Quirk got the opportunity to interview Keegan Connor Tracy who plays Ms. Watson in the new show. Perhaps best known for her role as ill-fated Kat Jennings in Final Destination 2, Keegan Connor Tracy has been all over Television and film since 1998 with her most recent role being the Blue Fairy in ABC’s Once Upon a Time. Lucky for us, she took time out of her busy shooting schedule for Bates Motel to answer a few questions for our readers.
The Once Upon a Time Season One Finale left us with some huge questions to impatiently ponder, but lucky for us Season Two picks up exactly where the finale left off, with the purple smoke rolling through Storybrooke and the Queen’s curse broken restoring magic and memories to the townsfolk! Now that everyone remembers who they were in Fairy Tale Land, not to mention what Regina/The Evil Queen did to them, we have been extremely curious to see what direction the show will take next. If you have been wondering all summer about the fate of Storybrooke as well and are ready for some answers before the show premieres at the end of the month, read on for Once Upon a Time Season Two Spoilers and Speculations!