New Outlander Cast & Crew Interview with Radio Times   4 comments

Here’s a new interview from the Outlander cast & crew with Radio Times

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From Radio Times

It’s 9am on a gloriously sunny Glasgow September morning, but just a few miles from the city in Cumbernauld there’s little time to enjoy the good weather. Time travel drama Outlander is well into production on its second series and there’s work to be done.

Just a hop skip and a jump from the white tent that’s been erected to keep us writers comfortable, extras and crew are milling around preparing to film another scene in new surroundings. Outlander has moved to Paris, and the joie de vivre on set is evident.

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“When it’s Jamie and Claire’s apartment it’s filled with floral things and plants,” explains Jon Gary Steele, the show’s production designer. “When it’s a market square we bring in a fountain,” he continues as we walk up a stunning spiral staircase.

This doubling up of sets is standard practice, he says. “You have to do that because everything is quite expensive. This will probably be turned into something for the last two episodes, but I don’t know what yet.”

Thanks to some very clever set decoration by Gina Cromwell (who worked on Downton Abbey between 2010 and 2012) the average viewer probably wouldn’t even notice that the same set is serving as multiple locations.

You can read the whole interview at the source

Posted May 1, 2016 by fastieslowie in Interviews, Outlander, Season 2

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4 responses to “New Outlander Cast & Crew Interview with Radio Times

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  1. Reblogged this on Ana Fraser Lallybroch Blog.

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  3. Pinned onto Outlander the Series.

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  4. I was very happy to see them play more then 8 shows was thrills

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