New Interview with Sam Heughan from Vulture   1 comment

Here is a new interview with Sam Heughan from Vulture

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From Vulture:

Thanks to the flash-forward in the Outlander season finale, we got to see what an older Claire looks and acts like — but we won’t be privy to how aging affects her 18th-century husband Jamie until we return in season three. When Vulture caught up with actor Sam Heughan at a screening of Star Trek Beyond on Monday night, we inquired about how he’s prepping to play an older Jamie. “I’m thinking about getting really fat,” he joked. “I’m thinking eating a lot and not working out would be really good.” But Heughan knows that’s not in his character’s best interests. “Do we really want to see that?” he quickly added, shaking his head. 

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“It’s less about his appearance, and more about who he is without Claire,” Heughan said. He’s read the first season-three script (penned by showrunner Ron D. Moore), and he’s also boning up on his Outlander series reading, spending time with both Voyager and John Grey spinoff books, such as The Scottish Prisoner.

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Posted July 20, 2016 by primrosesandrue16 in Interviews, Outlander, Sam Heughan

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One response to “New Interview with Sam Heughan from Vulture

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  1. I know Sam was kidding about getting fat. In Voyager, Claire describes Jamie. His nose looked to be broken but his body was firm and bronze and tight skin. Obviously Jamie has always been a very physical person. In his current interview Sam seemed muscular and fuller in the face since the last time we saw him end of S2, very thin and starving before Culloden. Whatever Sam decides to do, it will be perfect.

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