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The change in formula for the seventh season continues to keep things unpredictable. In older seasons, most flashbacks would basically follow the Disney versions of whatever fairy tale they were retelling. There might be some small deviations made to fit the main cast into the tale, but the structure was unchanged. We knew basically how the stories were going to play out. Better episodes played with our expectations by throwing a twist in, but those usually came at the end. The rest of the flashbacks were the fairy tale we all know. Even if we see a character we recognize, we have no idea what their story is going to be.
Jennifer Morrison chose not to renew her contract. The more Hooks the better. When Hook beats him in a fencing match yet again using cheating pirate techniquesHenry starts acting angsty and brooding enough that we start to prefer the grown-up version. Hey, if this show is going to sell us on the new Henry, a little character assassination is one way to do it. It takes a while too. In any case, Hook and Regina show up just in time to stop Drizella from torturing Henry. Satisfied, Henry leaves to continue his search for Cinderella, and Regina scolds Hook for lying. Emma wants him to live his life.
Is Emma in trouble? Here, Regina never cast the initial curse that brought everyone to Storybrooke. As a result, Hook developed a serious drinking problem, got fat and grew a bad wig. Even after bad-Hook has Lady Tremaine make him look identical to his better self, you can easily tell which Hook is on screen. I knew that I would miss working with all of them. It needed a change. It needed to mix things up.
You have to change direction, move along and try to progress the stories, or try to make new ones. When they told you that this shift would be happening, did they also tell you what the shift would actually be? I had a good idea, as to the general direction that we were going to go in, so that was good. To be honest with you, I still had time left on my contract, anyway. Are you approaching your performance any differently, this season, because he is the most different version of the character, even in name, or does he still feel like the same person, at the core? At the core, he kind of feels the same. But I am approaching it differently because the world and where he is, is very, very different, so you have to come at it slightly different.
This season, I think of him as Rogers. So, I think of him as Rogers, but he still has elements of Hook. No, I would not have pictured that. Did you ever think that he might turn out a little bit more evil and sinister, instead of being the relatively good guy that he actually seems to be? Definitely the first season, he was a villain.