The season three premiere of the ABC fairytale drama "Once Upon a Time" did not waste anytime introducing the Storybrooke group to Peter Pan. On Sunday, September 29 show runners Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz talked to Entertainment Weekly about what fans can expect from Peter Pan this season.
The series hinted last season that Peter Pan would not be the happy little boy most fans are familiar with. However, Pan acted innocent and kind until he got what he wanted from Henry. The deception of pretending to escape and then reveal himself shows that Pan is a sinister little kid with a very well thought out plan. Henry will play a major role in the future of Neverland.
Peter Pan is played by British actor Robbie Kay. The actor, 18, has previously portrayed the lead role in the miniseries "Pinocchio"from 2008 and is no stranger to the more supernatural roles. Kay is most well known for his role as a cabin boy in "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" and "Fugitive Pieces," a drama adapted from a best-selling novel.
The show runners have said that Pan is "totally creepy" this season and fans will get to find out how to turned into such a dark character over the course of the season. It will be interesting to see how Henry being a true believer will affect his future and the future of the Storybrooke group. He is a "sick, twisted little kid" and the evil inside of him was made and not born. "Once Upon a Time" airs Sunday nights at 8 p.m. on ABC.
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