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Sage Casting for Once Upon a Time
What would Once Upon a Time’s take on Beauty and the Beast be without Gaston? Probably more accurate to the original fairy tale, but let’s face it; nobody even remembers how that one goes anymore. We’ve had the Disney version engraved in our minds since it came out in 1991, so as far as the world is concerned there never wasn’t a Gaston. And who will join the already cast Emilie de Ravin in the retelling of the retold fairy tale?
E! News tells us Sage Brocklebank is our man to play the less than charming Gaston, known well for his terrible treatment of Belle (de Ravin). And while the episode featuring this fairy tale classic, titled “Skin Deep” will feature Belle’s father and the Beast, it won’t entirely be their story. As OUaT has done with Cinderella’s story, Rumplestiltskin will have a major part to play in the way events unfold. Even more so than before, “Skin Deep” will shed further light on Rumplestiltskin and his Storybrooke counterpart, Mr. Gold. Perhaps we’ll find out once and for all if he’s immune to the Queen’s curse?
The episode airs February 12 and promises to be an hour filled with twists and turns. I must say, I am least looking forward to how the show attempts to show the Beast. Special effects haven’t exactly been OUaT’s strong suit. Any computer generated effects tend to look pretty fake and I would hate to see someone do the part covered in prosthetic make up.