Archive for April 5, 2015

1,400+ UHQ (1080p) Screencaps of Episode 1×09 of Outlander – The Reckoning   4 comments

Here are 1,400+ UHQ (1080p) screencaps of the ninth episode of Outlander, The Reckoning, that we made for you guys. Hope you enjoy them! If you use them, please link back to the site. 

***To get the full high res cap click on the cap and then at the bottom on the right click “View full size 1920×1080″ ***

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33 Great New Fan Pics of the Outlander Cast at the Premiere Q&A in NYC   2 comments

Here are 33 great new fan pics of the Outlander cast at the Premiere Q&A in NYC on April 1st. Thanks  for sending these to us. 

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Ron D. Moore’s Podcast For Episode 1×09 of Outlander – The Reckoning   2 comments

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Ron D. Moore’s podcast for Episode 1×09 of Outlander, The Reckoning. Click here or on the screencap above to be redirected to Outlander Starz’s  website where you can download it. 

Posted April 5, 2015 by justfp in Outlander, Ron D. Moore

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230 Screencaps From the Trailer of Episode 1×10 of Outlander – By the Pricking of My Thumbs   1 comment

Here are 230 screencaps from the trailer of episode 1×10 of Outlander, By the Pricking of My Thumbs. 

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HQ Trailer of Outlander Episode 1×10 – By the Pricking of My Thumbs   2 comments

Here’s a HQ trailer of episode 1×10 of Outlander, By the Pricking of My Thumbs. 

*New* Sam Heughan & Caitriona Balfe’s Interview With Vulture   2 comments

 

From Vulture: 

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Where we pick up in midseason one premiere, our heroine, Claire, has disobeyed an order from her husband in 1743 (as opposed to her husband in 1945), Jamie, putting his and other lives in jeopardy. The expected code of conduct at the time was for him to punish her, physically. Claire is a modern woman, and she fights back, but is ultimately overpowered, and hit with a belt on her bare bottom about a dozen times. “For years and years, that scene has been a source of controversy,” Gabaldon told Vulture, “because it’s told from Claire’s point of view, and she certainly thinks it’s a big deal. Some readers, particularly some female readers, often share her sense of indignation and outrage, and start hopping up and down about, how dare Jamie? How dare I?”

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New/Old Pics of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe at the Miss Golden Globes Dinner   1 comment

Here are two new/old pics of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe at the Miss Golden Globe dinner back in November. 

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Posted April 5, 2015 by justfp in Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan

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*NEW* Pic of Lotte Verbeek   1 comment

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Posted April 5, 2015 by fastieslowie in Lotte Verbeek

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*NEW* Photo and Interview of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe with LA Times   3 comments

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From LA Times

Outlander” returned to Starz on Saturday night after a seven-month drought with a midseason premiere engineered to get viewers talking. “The Reckoning” included what is easily the most controversial scene from Diana Gabaldon’s books: After highland warrior Jamie rescues his wife Claire from the clutches of the evil Black Jack Randall, he punishes her for wandering astray with a vicious spanking — or “tawsing,” as it’s called in the book.

“Outlander” leads Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan were also on hand to discuss the infamous “tawsing” scene — as well as Jamie and Claire’s unusually impassioned, do-not-try-this-at-home makeup sex.

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*NEW* Caitriona Balfe’s Interview with Assignment X   1 comment

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From Assignment X

AX: Do you think Claire sees herself differently in the 1940s and in the 1700s, or that she’s coming to see herself differently?

CAITRIONA BALFE: Well, I think as she’s in the 1700s longer and longer, she’s really had to make some changes, and she’s had to gain an awareness about, maybe she’s a little rash to judge, maybe she’s a little rash to act, and she’s going to need to do some soul-searching about the repercussions her actions have on other people.

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