Captures from the last two episodes of Once Upon a Time that aired this friday has been added to the gallery and the show is now on a short hiatus until December 8th!
We want to congratulate Ewen Bremner for the award for Best Actor at the BAFTA Scotland Awards. A very well deserved win even though I guess all of us Bobby fans would had loved him to win. But we can easily say that T2 won overall! The movie won awards for Best Director and for Best Film. So congratulations to Danny Boyle and to everyone involved in the film!
You can view the whole list of winners and nominees here.
Here is finally caps from the very anticipated episode – “Beauty” where we got to see our favorites Rumbelle reunite. They are a little late because we were waiting to get better quality caps but it was never released. But these will do of course.
Robert didn’t appear in the latest episode, 7×05 at all unfortunately, but enjoy these for now!
None of the T2 cast is apparently attending the BAFTA’s tomorrow, according to The Daily Record. We had been looking forward to new photos of Bobby but we can stil look forward to finding out who wins!
Read more below and we’ve cut out some of the gossip surrounding Ewan at the moment, because it’s obviously his own business.
Trainspotting stars Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle and Ewen Bremner have all snubbed tomorrow night’s BAFTA Scotland awards.
The T2 actors are the only nominees in the Film Actor category at the prestigious ceremony at Glasgow’s Radisson Blu Hotel.
But none will attend, and there is no sign of director Danny Boyle on the list either, even though he is nominated for the Director Fiction award and T2 is in the Feature Film category.
Entertainment Weekly posted an article about Once Upon a Time and the episode 4 of season 7. They quote Robert talking about the episode and working with his dear friend Emilie de Ravin and it’s really sweet.
“Throughout the years, Adam [Horowitz] and Eddy [Kitsis] have provided me with some truly outstanding scripts, and ‘Beauty’ is most definitely up there with the best of them,” Carlyle says.
“The emotional range this script demanded was exceptional, and to have had the opportunity to work alongside director Mick Garris on this piece was a real pleasure. Through six seasons, I’ve been blessed to have had the chance to work alongside the brilliant Emilie de Ravin, and being reunited with Emilie once more on this beautiful episode was such a joy. The entire RumBelle journey has been one of the most intense in my entire career, and sharing that journey with Emilie has been an absolute delight.”