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This seems an appropriate time for the Zone to salute the memory of Sir James Matthew Barrie and express our appreciation for the gifts his imagination has given us . . including now not only the original PETER PAN but this year’s marvelous FINDING NEVERLAND. Asked by Entertainment Tonight to comment on PETER PAN, Johnny Depp replied: “It’s a masterpiece of imagination. It’s one of those rare, perfect things in the world that will always be with us.” Now we can add Johnny’s performance as PETER PAN’s creator to that list of “rare, perfect things” that continue to delight us.

This seems an appropriate time for the Zone to salute the memory of Sir James Matthew Barrie and express our appreciation for the gifts his imagination has given us . . including now not only the original PETER PAN but this year’s marvelous FINDING NEVERLAND. Asked by Entertainment Tonight to comment on PETER PAN, Johnny Depp replied: “It’s a masterpiece of imagination. It’s one of those rare, perfect things in the world that will always be with us.” Now we can add Johnny’s performance as PETER PAN’s creator to that list of “rare, perfect things” that continue to delight us.

After Entertainment Weekly  broke the news that Robbie Kay would be reprising his role in the series' upcoming 100th episode, the Heroes Reborn star hopped on the phone with me and opened up about coming back to Once Upon a Time. (Full interview about Kay's role on Heroes Reborn coming tomorrow.)

"I think I always had the idea with Pan that there is still just a glimpse of redemption in his life and in his life with his son, so I always wanted to play that 'you were right, I was wrong' kind of thing," Kay explained of how he's portraying Pan differently in Season 5. "Maybe there is a little bit of a change in Pan's demeanor when you see him next time. There might be more of a vulnerability and more of a sense the world has affected him as a result of what happened in Season 3, so we'll see."

Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) sacrificed himself in the Season 3 winter finale  to kill his father, Pan, and save the rest of Once Upon a Time's heroes. ABC is keeping mum on the details of how Pan is going to return, and Kay doesn't even know if this is going to be more than just a one-off appearance.

The Heroes star made his debut in the Neverland-centric third season. After trying and failing to steal Henry’s (Jared Gilmore) “truest believer” heart, he swapped souls with the lad in order to turn Storybrooke into the New Neverland, forcing his son Rumple (Robert Carlyle) to kill both Pan and himself to save the town.

Details on Pan’s return are being kept under wraps. Kay joins the previously announced Barbara Hershey, reprising her role as Cora, in the 100th episode, which is slated to air as the spring premiere in early March.

This seems an appropriate time for the Zone to salute the memory of Sir James Matthew Barrie and express our appreciation for the gifts his imagination has given us . . including now not only the original PETER PAN but this year’s marvelous FINDING NEVERLAND. Asked by Entertainment Tonight to comment on PETER PAN, Johnny Depp replied: “It’s a masterpiece of imagination. It’s one of those rare, perfect things in the world that will always be with us.” Now we can add Johnny’s performance as PETER PAN’s creator to that list of “rare, perfect things” that continue to delight us.

After Entertainment Weekly  broke the news that Robbie Kay would be reprising his role in the series' upcoming 100th episode, the Heroes Reborn star hopped on the phone with me and opened up about coming back to Once Upon a Time. (Full interview about Kay's role on Heroes Reborn coming tomorrow.)

"I think I always had the idea with Pan that there is still just a glimpse of redemption in his life and in his life with his son, so I always wanted to play that 'you were right, I was wrong' kind of thing," Kay explained of how he's portraying Pan differently in Season 5. "Maybe there is a little bit of a change in Pan's demeanor when you see him next time. There might be more of a vulnerability and more of a sense the world has affected him as a result of what happened in Season 3, so we'll see."

Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle) sacrificed himself in the Season 3 winter finale  to kill his father, Pan, and save the rest of Once Upon a Time's heroes. ABC is keeping mum on the details of how Pan is going to return, and Kay doesn't even know if this is going to be more than just a one-off appearance.


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