New Diana Gabaldon Interview with Herald Scotland   2 comments

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From Herald Scotland:

The author, currently writing the ninth and, she says, penultimate book of the series, would not be drawn on whether there will be a third series in Scotland, but did say: “Working on the assumption there will be a third series, they will be able to shot quite a bit in Scotland.

“They are trying to expand the [Wardpark] studios in Cumbernauld to six stages, trying to make it into a major film studio, and so far all of the interiors have been shot there.

“You would need to do some other things, it is a very active story, you would need to shoot some of the show on a ship.”

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Ms Gabaldon, speaking from her home in Arizona, said she is thrilled by the quality of the second series of Outlander, which once again stars Sam Heughan as Highland warrior Jamie Fraser and Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall, a 1940s nurse who is thrown back to an earlier time after stepping into a stone circle.

“As a consultant on the show I have seen it being made, I have seen edit, and really, it has been really well done,” she said.

“It is a moving story and it attends very closely to the chronology of the book.”

You can read the rest of the interview here

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