(Eion Bailey) will return to the show when the second half of season 6 returns in March.
We last saw Eion Bailey’s Pinocchio in the finale of "Once Upon a Time’s" season 4, when he provided insight on King Arthur Mythology.
Judging by the clothes he’s wearing, the set doesn’t seem to fit into Storybrooke environment.
It is possible he’s in the Wish Realm with the girls and since they could now use the help of an old friend, this scenario seems quite likely.
Danish actress Sidse Babett Knudsen has been added to the cast of HBO's upcoming series Westworld, joining other new additions Clifton Collins (Pacific Rim), Eion Bailey (Fight Club, Band of Brothers) and Jimmi Simpson (The Newsroom, House of Cards).
Knudsen, who shot to international fame playing Danish Prime Minister Birgitte Nyborg in Borgen, will also join well-known actors like Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris and Evan Rachel Wood in the JJ Abrams and Jonathan Nolan production.
And next season, we plan to [focus on] Jack.] …He left some unfinished business, and it comes back in a new way [in Season 2].
Please do not go into this movie expecting a straight-up flick.An official trailer for Westworld was shown at the recent Comic Con but has not yet been released online.is one of our favorite shows, not just because they seamlessly weave the stories of some of our favorite fairytale characters from week-to-week (although, they are DAMN good at doing it!Earlier this year, she starred in the erotic film The Duke of Burgundy.She has also landed a role in A Hologram for the King, an upcoming film based on the Dave Eggers novel of the same name, which will star Tom Hanks and is expected to be released later this year. The new international roles don't mean Knudsen has left Denmark behind, however. Knudsen's turn in Borgen earned her an Emmy Award nomination for best actress in 2010 and the series has joined previous successes The Killing and The Bridge as Denmark's most successful TV exports.