Once Upon a Time Casts a Spell at WonderCon 2014

By Lisa Weseman & Jason Leung | Apr 22nd, 2014

Who cast the curse? Will Henry get his memory back? And what's going to happen with Snow and Charming's baby?

Once Upon a Time creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis discussed these burning questions and more with fans at WonderCon Anaheim 2014 on Saturday, April 19.

In a panel discussion before a capacity crowd, Edward assured fans that the rest of season three will be "a non-stop freight train of answers."

The Once Upon a Time Panel at WonderCon Anaheim 2014: Adam Horowitz, Josh Dallas, Rebecca Mader, and Edward Kitsis.


Stars Josh Dallas (Prince Charming) and Rebecca Mader (Zelena) also answered fan questions, including who, aside from their own character, they'd most want to play.

"I love villains. I love to root for the underdog, so Rumple and the Evil Queen," said Rebecca, who in researching the show, plowed through 53 episodes in two weeks. 

Zelena finally tells Rumplestiltskin her plan, and offers him the chance to go back in time with her.

When Josh tried to get Rebecca to admit her favorite character was Charming, she confessed, "He's the best to look at, let's be honest. Super talented and a really good singer, and he laughs at my jokes, so I love him."

Rebecca's not the only one feeling the love — as ONCE fans know, Josh recently married co-star Ginnifer Goodwin (Snow) in a real-life fairytale twist. Edward and Adam joked that everyone in the audience was currently at Josh's bachelor party.

Like Rebecca, Josh said he'd love to play Rumplestiltskin. "For me, and I've always said, it's Rumple for sure." 

As for the burning questions, Edward said fans will start getting answers in "A Curious Thing," which airs Sunday, April 27.

"Next week's episode is one of my favorite Snow/Charming episodes," he said. "And we will find out all about the baby." He also confirmed what he called "a pretty big reveal" -- who cast the curse. 

Watch preview of "A Curious Thing" below and tune in SUNDAY APRIL 27 8|7c.