'Once Upon a Time in Wonderland' borrows from 'Alice' as well as 'Aladdin'

As author George R. R. Martin observed, "The greatest fools are oftentimes more clever than the men who laugh at them."To believe in something, to stand for something, can make a man look like a fool to skeptics and sophisticates, but that doesn't worry Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, creators of the hit ABC fairy-tale drama "Once Upon a Time" and now its spinoff, "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland," premiering Thursday, Oct. 10.In a dark time, Kitsis and Horowitz have staked their claim in the light."When we started to do 'Once,' " he tells Zap2it, "[we learned that] everything that's cool in the world is something you have to s*** on. It's a lot cooler to say you hate something than to say you're for something. Everything was bleak and dark. Adam and I wanted to write a show that gave us the feeling we did when Charlie got the keys to the factory...



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