HUGE thanks to @jjosh-lyman / johnsfkennedys (twitter) for sending me her audio recording from the post-screening q&a. ** Please note: the first few minutes are missing and I transcribed this to the best of my abilities **
1. What’s it like working with Ginny?
Josh: It’s been… It’s been.. What has it been?
Ginny: Magical? (Audience laughs)
Josh: (laughs) It’s been magical. No, it has, it’s been–
Ginny: The best thing that’s ever happened to you! (Audience laughs)
Josh: It’s been, it has been a magical situation. You’re working with another actor who knows you so well. You can be very vulnerable, you can be very open, you can be very brave, you can do all those kinds of things. So yeah, it’s a real gift.
Moderator: I’m feeling the feels, y’all, are you?
2. What is your favorite Disney character or movie?
Adam: This will sound phony, but it is Snow White. (Audience goes aw)
Ginny: Right answer again!
Adam: It’s true!
Josh: I’m really glad we came to you.
Adam: It was the first movie that I remember seeing as a child and it clearly made an impression.
Ginny: I really like Zootopia because of um– (Audience laughs - can’t hear the rest of her answer) An equally savvy answer would be that we’re very partial to Winnie the Pooh. Pooh was my very first boyfriend and Josh, here, read the entire first Winnie the Pooh book to my belly when I was pregnant with my eldest and that was the first movie that Oliver saw. Then we accidentally bought Sterling Holloway’s house and he was Winnie the Pooh (note: he was the voice actor), so that’s kind of a crazy story. So yeah, Pooh’s got a whole thing. There’s a whole three-line of Pooh in our lives.
Josh: Or we stalk him. (Audience laughs)
Moderator: How about you, David?
David: I am fond of Maleficent and the whole Sleeping Beauty thing.
Eddy: I’m gonna go with Alice in Wonderland and just because I like it. (Audience laughs)
3. Back to the musical, even though the songs are new and original, do you take inspiration from the Disney characters the actors portray?
Adam: It’s more like we’ve taken inspiration from the way our actors have realized these characters on the show. You know, we use the disney movies and animated films as a jumping off point, but every one of them has made it their own. So when we started this process, they sat down with Alan and Michael and we really all tried to work together to tailor everything specifically to who these characters are on our show and those guys did an amazing job with the songs and these guys did alright singing them. (Audience laughs)
Eddy: The idea was each episode has the tone of the character so a Snow/Charming episode is different than a Rumple. I think Alan and Michael really captured kind of the character, they were fans of the show, and then the tone & inspiration for each one.
David: Also it was about returning to a S1 feel for all of these characters, which speaks to how we were introduced to them and what the actors brought to those characters, kinda going to really the heart of when we met them and putting it into song.
Moderator: Awesome. So deep. (Audience laughs)
4. For Josh & Ginny, if you could be any other character besides the one you play currently on OUAT, who would it be?
Josh: I’ve always said Rumplestiltskin for sure. Just because Bobby, the actor, gets to play such a huge range. I just think that would be a whole lot of fun.
Ginny: I would be Henry because I wouldn’t have to wear a wig and that would be the closest I would ever get to playing Harry Potter. (Audience laughs)
5. What’s your Disney favorite ride or attraction?
Ginny: Haunted Mansion.
Eddy: Pirates! Haunted Mansion too, it’s close.
Josh: I also like Indiana Jones.
Adam: It’s a tie between Pirates and Star Tours. There’s like 94 possibilities.
(Someone said Space Mountain - can’t tell who. Maybe David.)
Eddy: The Buena Vista Commissary. There’s a salad bar like right down Dopey Ave. (Audience laughs)
6. Which characters were the most exciting to create a song for?
Josh: (clears throat loudly) Answer honestly!
Alan & Michael (note: I can’t tell which is which): I mean, Zelena was… Yeah.
Josh: Alright, nice to see you (note: I assume he gets up halfway as a joke)
A&M: We had to test you there.
Eddy: It’s hard to say who.. It’s like your favorite child.
Ginny: Us obviously. (Audience laughs)
Eddy: I think, for us, it was really just exciting to do as many as we could. You know, I think we weren’t sure how many songs we could take on, we weren’t sure we could do any of it and, you know, literally these guys wrote 7 original songs and they started meeting in December so… if you have a birthday or anniversary coming up, Alan & Michael~
“E’ solo un'altra notte e sto fissando la luna. Ho visto una stella cadente ed ho pensato a te.. Ho cantato una ninna nanna in riva al fiume e sapevo che se tu fossi stata qui , l'avrei cantata a te. Tu sei dall'altra parte mentre l'orizzonte si divide in due, io sono lontano dal vederti.. Riesco a vedere le stelle, dall'America. Mi chiedo, non le vedi anche tu?”
Ed Sheeran, All of the Stars. // My Instagram; @lady.vi.94
Christopher Lee did much of the choreography for Count Dooku’s lightsaber fights, only using a stunt double for long shots. He was 79 when the iconic fight scene between Count Dooku and Yoda was filmed. In fact, he holds the world record for the most sword fights in a movie career.
so like 4 months after i graduated from college, maybe october 2012ish, some friends of mine threw a party. and i was there of course and the apartment was fucking packed, it was like a 2br 1bath place and there were easily 100 people in attendance. and the air is all hazy with pot smoke and i’m like rubbing molly into my gums and the bass is womp womp womping in the background and there are a solid 83 conversations
between a minimum of 3 drunk people
going on all at once, there are at least 2 pieces, a bong, and a blunt in circulation at the same time (to say nothing of the porch, idfk what they were doing out there), everyone is either yelling or too stoned to talk. and then “all star” by smash mouth comes on.
every. conversation. stops.
there is less than a breath of dead silence.
and then, in unison, each and every one of us starts singing along.
we’re looking at each other like what the fuck this is fucking eerie dude are you ok what is going on here, but none of us stop singing.
the people on the porch stick their heads in the kitchen door and go “oh my god what the fuck is happening man like jesus christ almighty” and shut the door again and roll another spliff or something. no one pauses for a single second.
so we’re still singing “all star.” all 94 of us. poised over our lines of adderall, fingertips coated in mdma, bongs between our knees, beers warming up in our hands.
hey now, you’re an all star, get your game on, go play hey now, you’re a rock star, get your show on, get paid
we got past the second refrain before anyone actually stopped singing and fired up their conversations again.
the only thing i can conclude from this is that “all star” by smash mouth is the single, unifying song of my generation. steve harwell is the voice of my people.
Umm nothing owo actually this silence is kind of calming and good right now.
14. What’s your favorite movie?
Is this even a question??
Ok ok, besides FBAWTFT I also love The way of the peaceful warrior
94. Where would you like to live?
huh I dunno man… My hometown is a small town wich is very boring sometimes. I study in a bigger city but that’s too loud lately… I’d like to live somewhere in between these possibility. A bigger but calm city… but it’s just a dream xD
95. Where would you go on your dream vacation?
I know exactly where do I want to go on my holiday. And it’s Croatia <3
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2. Super Blood Moon
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