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ONCE’s Lana Parrilla Talks Love Triangles, Evil Queen & Frozen 4th Season

By on October 9, 2014

Lana Parrilla. Photo by Steve Granitz | © WireImage.com

Continuing our behind the scenes series with Once Upon a Time stars Colin O’Donoghue, Emilie de Ravin and Robert Carlyle and more, we’ve got a new video interview from Lana Parrilla to share with you, courtesy of our friends at ABC.

In the following video interview, Parrilla sets the scene for her character this season. Under discussion, the challenges that come with Robin Hood (Sean Maguire) being such “an honourable man” and the thorny issue of the Robin Marian Regina love triangle.

According to Parrilla what makes Robin such a challenge is also the reason our favorite Evil Regal loves him so much.

Parrilla also shares her enthusiasm for the show’s Frozen-themed fourth season. “Everyone’s really excited about Frozen. Elsa and Anna are huge characters and so popular right now. I’m looking forward to that arc, and that story being told.”

Fans who are worried the Frozen stroyline may have effectively put Regina on ice (read sulking behind doors) need not worry, according to show creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. Speaking at the season premiere event recently, the pair dished that Evil Regals have a new Regina-centric storyline to look forward to this season concerning her search for the author of the magical fairytale book that gives happy endings to its heroes. Might the author be persuaded to grant Regina a happily ever after of her own?

Something tells us she’ll put forward a most convincing argument.

Catch all three videos below.

Once Upon a Time continues Sundays 8/7c on ABC.

One Comment

  1. Taddy

    October 9, 2014 at 5:26 pm

    Thanks for the interview clips! I love what Lana says about Robin Hood. That’s exactly how I see him too and one of many reasons why Regina and Robin are such a good match. I hope they can find their way back together on OUAT this season.

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