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  • Is robert carlyle will leave once upon a time?  Or all that are fake

    I can't handle robert carlyle -rumple- leaving 

    He is the best actor ecer and most talented really really he is lovely

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    • We don't have any confirmation. He is the best and talented actor. Most of those rumors are baseless. I get around to many forums and sites and they most noted thing concerning Rumple was the effort that Robert Carlyle puts into Rumple. I was actually going through my head on this issue right now. Most say he has seemed to lost that spark that made him relish the role, especially after Neal died. Although it isn't uncommon for actors and writers to disagree, Carlyle still gives among the best performances of this show.

      I noticed that they said this, but I didn't pay it no mind until I saw Rumple's scenes with Anna. He just had this vacant look and a not-so Rumple voice (before he changed his voice slightly depending on who he interacts with, lol, like the Sheriff of Nottingham). Then continued scenes, flashback and present day with this creepy vacant stare and not-so Rumple voice. But you still see the old Rumple in certain notable scenes. Many especially mentioned his not so Rumple voice the flashbacks and even the promo narrated by him.

      It's also seen in his interviews, which he rarely gives. Interestingly enough, Carlyle was against the fantasia hat from being apart of the show (he didn't think it belong from previous season 1). And lo and behold, it came. He seemed to be excited working with Jared Gilmore, hoping for Rumple and Henry to start to bond, but we didn't get that at all. Then a following interview sometime later when asked about Rumple, he said your guess is as good as mine. This is after he had so much thought and intuition towards Rumple beforehand and now apparently "our guess is as good as his". I wouldn't blame him if he's tired of all the makeup and life of actors and stuff, but to change like that must means something changed that we may not know. He does as I said show effort and great scenes with certain actors.

      These are where the rumors are based. Go watch Rumple season one, two, and three part 1. Any scene(s) and compare it to Rumple and Anna or Rumple and QoD in Darkness on the Edge of town. He's great as always but something seems missing. If you are extreme, look at his creepy vacant stare when trying to "help" the fairies and Belle.

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    • Well... he is the main villain now, and we know what happens to villains at the end of the arc

      But I agree, they ruined the character after 3x22. 

      His son sacrifed himself and died in front of him.... and Rumple didn't learn the lesson. His behaviour since 4x01 has been beyond stupid.

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    • 8Rob wrote: Well... he is the main villain now, and we know what happens to villains at the end of the arc

      But I agree, they ruined the character after 3x22. 

      His son sacrifed himself and died in front of him.... and Rumple didn't learn the lesson. His behaviour since 4x01 has been beyond stupid.

      And people notably saw it, especially in his Rumple(EF) character. Look at Anna and Rumple and you can just feel like something's missing. Now, A&E have a habit of tell, not show (I know that is how backwards they are) and this time they told in an interview. Somehow, we were to get he was struggling with a PTSD-like trauma and the death of his son and resurrection, but we didn't really get that at all. So, many thought that Rumple was pretty much the episodic cartoon villain evil, just for power and to....take over the world (When has he ever wanted to do that...ever?)

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    • Honestly. I would be fine with them killing of Mr. Gold. He just annoys me. The only thing I need is my flashback-Rumple, because he's amazing. 

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    • ShadowLian wrote: Honestly. I would be fine with them killing of Mr. Gold. He just annoys me. The only thing I need is my flashback-Rumple, because he's amazing. 

      I love both! And lol, they are both the same character just without the impish antics (which he doesn't do as much anymore).

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    • Yeah, but I want to see a difference. And since he became "bad" again he's getting on my nerves. I liked him very much in Season 3! Now I don't even know how a redemption is supposed to happen. It seems kinda impossible. Not with Belle at least. Flashback Rumple is bad no matter what, that's something I can enjoy. 

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    • Even if Mr. Gold is killed off, I don't see how Robert can leave the show. Rumple basically interacts with everone for the past 300 years. To all of a sudden have him never be seen in flashbacks would seem very awkward, after he's literally been involved in everything.

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    • Eskaver wrote:

      ShadowLian wrote: Honestly. I would be fine with them killing of Mr. Gold. He just annoys me. The only thing I need is my flashback-Rumple, because he's amazing. 

      I love both! And lol, they are both the same character just without the impish antics (which he doesn't do as much anymore).


      I think Robert Carlyle is as disapointed with the character as we are. 3x22 was the last time we saw the Rumple we know.

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    • 8Rob wrote:

      Eskaver wrote:

      ShadowLian wrote: Honestly. I would be fine with them killing of Mr. Gold. He just annoys me. The only thing I need is my flashback-Rumple, because he's amazing. 

      I love both! And lol, they are both the same character just without the impish antics (which he doesn't do as much anymore).


      I think Robert Carlyle is as disapointed with the character as we are. 3x22 was the last time we saw the Rumple we know.

      While I didn't notice until 4x04, I think he still puts effort in minute spots, like the townline scene with Belle and stuff. Other than that, he gives this vacant stare not-so Rumple vibe.

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    • I haven't had chacne to read everything that everbody mentioned here.  But if Robert Carlyle leaves, I think this show is pretty much over.  His character Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold in my opinion is the most important character in the series, it is his interaction with pretty much every character of the show and his actions are what started all kinds of chain reaction that got all the plots in the show running.  So without him, it'll be just too much of game change for the show to go on.

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    • Adam confirmed it to be fake. I think every main actor has a contract for 5 seasons.

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    • I always just assumed that Gold's life is just so empty now that it is hard for him to even feel any emotion. Neal is dead. He didn't get to build a good relationship with Henry. Belle pushed him out of the town and is dating Will now. The man has nothing, he should be like an empty shell who desperately is trying to get a happy ending.

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    • Chameleon-Guy wrote:
      Adam confirmed it to be fake. I think every main actor has a contract for 5 seasons.

      Adam confirmed that the quotes in that article are fake. He never said anything about Robert leaving or not after season 4.

      The way I see it, there are two ways that the character can go:

      1. He is going to die permenently and won't be in season 5.

      2. He is going to lose his powers and in season 5 we will see how he deals with mortality and gradual reconciliation with Belle.

      I prefer the latter option.

      Rumple has got to a point where there is no return. After his current arc, they can't have him with powers trying to be good - we already saw it, it's repetitive and boring.


      P.S. can someone fix the title of this thread? It's really annoying.

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    • THIS. EVERYTHING YOU SAID.

      Sorry for the caps. 

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    • I disagree. Rumple without powers would honestly get boring no matter how much I love his character. I want him to go good again {or at least, the anti-hero he was before this season} and get "Light ONE" powers if he can't keep his old ones. 

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    • Avatar Beta wrote: I disagree. Rumple without powers would honestly get boring no matter how much I love his character. I want him to go good again {or at least, the anti-hero he was before this season} and get "Light ONE" powers if he can't keep his old ones. 

      And this is why Rumple is in the rut he is now. In a magical world, is the magicless really interesting or a challenge? As Carlyle himself said that Rumple is a man who's nearly overcome and often plagued by not only his self-preservation and addiction to power, but also his self-loathing. Can Rumple undo his retroaction or his regression? Yes, but it will be hard and really challenging. He had had two lights in his life: a greater light that was Bae, his son who's now dead and was the only light he had for much of his life, and Belle, a flicker of light in his ocean of darkness who's finally seen who he is and will always be. Can you find light when your world is filled with darkness? Are you worthy of that light if you condemn yourself to be always of the darkness, to loathe your very being?

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