Emilie de Ravin
Beauty and her beast just may get their happy ending after all.
Emilie de Ravin has been promoted to series regular on Once Upon a Time for Season 2, TVGuide.com has confirmed. TVLine.com first reported the news.
In Season 1, the 30-year-old actress portrayed Beauty and the Beast's Belle, whose Storybrooke ...
Matthew Gray Gubler
Sorry, Matthew Gray Gubler fans. The Criminal Minds star has found his perfect match in show writer Sharon Lee Watson — professionally at least.
"She is like my sister," he tells TVGuide.com of Watson, who wrote Wednesday's episode, which Gubler directed. "She's new writer this year and I didn't really know her that well at first, but she and I have gotten so close the last few months, and now we're like the same person."
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The "love connection" was born late last year via Criminal Minds showrunner and "matchmaker" Erica Messer. Gubler — who first directed two years ago and last year helmed Paget Brewster's first exit (she's leaving again in the season finale) — was originally scheduled to direct a different episode this season. But then Messer, who wrote Gubler's directorial debut, "Mosley Lane," heard ...
Emilie de Ravin and Robert Carlyle, Once Upon A Time
If you thought Once Upon a Time's take on Beauty and the Beast would stay completely true to the whimsical, dark fairytale, Lost's Emilie de Ravin has a few words for you:
Beauty and the Beast
Tale as old as time: Two TV rivals wind up with similar, competing shows (think ER vs. Chicago Hope). But ABC and The CW have gone a step further this winter, ordering two different pilots titled Beauty and the Beast. And should both projects go to series, neither side is going to want to give that title up — setting the stage for what could be a beastly showdown.
Once Upon a Time has found the Gaston to its Belle, E! Online reports.
Sage Brocklebank has been cast as the famous Beauty and the Beast villain opposite Lost grad Emilie de Ravin's Belle. Brocklebank will appear in...
Emilie de Raven
Emilie de Ravin is getting lost in a whole new fantasy world. On the Valentine's Day episode of ABC's Once Upon a Time, tentatively scheduled for February 12, the former Lost star steps into the slippers of Beauty and the Beast's Belle. "Emilie projects a very natural strength and warmth, which are characteristics we wanted to explore with Belle," explains Adam Horowitz, who, along with...
Emily de Ravin
Once Upon a Time has landed another Lost alum.
Emilie de Ravin, who played Australian castaway Claire on the ABC island mystery series, has been cast as...
Linda Hamilton and Ron Perlman
How many beauties and beasts could we have next season?
A week after ABC bought a reimagining of the Beauty and the Beast fairy tale, The CW is developing a reboot of the '80s cult drama Beauty and the Beast, TVLine reports.
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The original series aired on CBS for three years and ...
Beauty and the Beast
ABC has bought a one-hour drama based on the classic Beauty and the Beast story, TVGuide.com has learned.
Tentatively titled Beauty and the Beast, the drama is an epic re-imagining of the fairy tale, which would fit right in on the network that's bringing Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla) to life on new series Once Upon a Time.
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Jonathan E. Steinberg will write and executive-produce the series alongside...
Ron Perlman and Linda Hamilton, Beauty and the Beast
Question: I can't remember the name of the actor who played the beast on the TV series Beauty and the Beast. I am told this actor recorded poetry to music from the show. I would like to find a copy of this recording, but according to the retail stores, they need to order using his name. When browsing the Web, all I find are facts about the movie. Help!Answer: Not only can I tell you the name of the actor, Karen, but I'll also throw in the name of the album. Actor Ron Perlman (Hellboy), who played romantic, lion-faced underdweller Vincent in the CBS cult favorite, read poetry amid cuts of music from the show on Capitol Records' Beauty and the Beast: Of Love a