Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas at EW’s Comic-Con Celebration

Posted on July 22, 2013

Oh, someone definitely got to them. Someone staged an intervention. Either that or Disney finally perfected their animatronics technology.


“Once Upon a Time” stars Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas attend Entertainment Weekly’s Annual Comic-Con Celebration in San Diego, California.

Ginnifer Goodwin is wearing a Vionnet jade green crepe de chine mini dress with pleated frills from the Pre-Fall 2013 collection paired with Christian Louboutin shoes and Isharya jewelry.

That is the least robotic the two of them have ever looked together on the RC. For those of you just tuning in, trust us when we say, these two have a laughable history of public appearances where they both look like they literally have sticks up their asses.  Don’t get us wrong; they still don’t look quite human, but at least they’re doing a better job of approximating human facial expressions and body language. We especially love the “whispering in her ear” pose; as if he just remembered something he wanted to tell her in front of a wall of fifty photographers. Kudos to whoever programmed that little move in. No one’s going to wonder just what the hell he had to tell her right there and then. “I love you?” “I left the iron on?” “Your tits look great?” “Look honey, photographers?” “Remember that night in Cabo?” “I’m smiling and whispering in your ear, just like you told me to, mommy?”

Seriously, what could he possibly be saying at that moment?

Bringing this briefly back to fashion, we like the looks here. He’s working a nouveau-Thurston Howell vibe that really suits him and her dress, while odd, works well in the context of the setting. It’s bold, which is just right. Granted, it looks like a maternity dress she put on backwards, but isn’t that just like a robot, darlings? Silly things. We can forgive the turtle dress.



[Photo Credit: Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images]

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