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'Once Upon A Time' Season 4 News: Tyler Jacob Moore Cast as Frozen's Prince Hans

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Prince Hans is going to Storybooke! Tyler Jacob Moore has been cast to play the villainous and scheming Prince Hans, who, based on the best-selling animated film of all time, is gunning for the Arendelle throne.

E! Online has confirmed that the "Shameless" star has been selected to bring the Prince to life in "Once Upon A Time." The site adds that Hans is going to make his debut appearance during the third episode of the show's fourth season.

E! Continues, "it doesn't seem likely that Hans has lost his mean streak as he's described as having a serious chip on his shoulder and a burning desire to be king."

For those who have not heard about "Frozen," Disney's Prince Hans is Princess Anna's first love. They met on the day of Elsa's coronation day. Anna thought they fell in love and she told Queen Elsa, her sister, that she wants to marry Hans. Queen Elsa didn't approve of the proposed marriage. It was later discovered, when Anna was on the brink of death, that Hans was only after the throne. Being the youngest of a large family, he set his eyes on the Arendelle kingdom and presented himself as an honorable and noble man.

During the San Diego Comic-Con, it was revealed that Princess Anna and Kristoff are getting married. According to a clip released, the royal sisters are laying flowers on their parents' grave as they spoke about the wedding. With the casting of Prince Hans, it might be safe to say that he'll be coming in to spoil the marital festivities. 

Meanwhile, John Rhys-Davies has been cast to be the voice behind the adorable troll, Pabbie.

"We're thrilled to welcome John Rhys-Davies to the #OnceUponATime family as the voice of everyone's favorite rock troll - Pabbie! #ThisFall!" said Horowitz over Twitter.

Other stars who'll join the series are "Fringe" actress, Georgina Haig as Elsa, Scott Michael Foster of "Greek" as Kristoff,  while "Lost" star, Elizabeth Mitchell, will portray the role of Anna.

Executive producer, Adam Horowitz, who spoke to The Hollywood Reporter, said the team was "honored" to be able to include the story of "Frozen" in the series.

"We fell in love with [the movie] when it came out last year like everyone did, and we want to do our best to do it justice," he told the outlet back in May.

Catch the season premiere on Sunday, September 28, 2014, on ABC and see "Frozen" take over the popular fantasy series.

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