NEW Interview with Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan and Bear McCreary from Mashable   1 comment


Here is a NEW Interview with Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan and Bear McCreary from Mashable

From Mashable:

Season 3 has taken Claire and Jamie Fraser on a truly epic voyage — from Scotland to Jamaica, and now to America, as the last moments of the finale revealed.

The two have faced impossible odds — from murderous excisemen and jealous wives to kidnappings and arrests, not to mention a separation of 20 years (on top of a separation of 200 years) — but Season 3 still ends on a hopeful note. After surviving a devastating storm, Claire and Jamie have inadvertently washed up on the shores of America, leaving the baggage of the past behind them.

More after the jump!

“Obviously, America to Claire is something very different than it is to Jamie,” Caitriona Balfe tells Mashable. “Their intention was to get back to Scotland — and at this point maybe their intention is to still try and do that — but for Claire, America is really home, and that’s been her home for 20 years. But this time it’s with the man that she loves and it’s in a different time and it’s at a different historical point.”

Balfe admits that for Claire, the chance at a new life in the New World is “a hopeful moment. I’m not sure what Jamie thinks, maybe he’s like, ‘Oh, shit.’” 

Heughan says that for Jamie, it’s less about where he is, and more about who he’s with — especially after discovering that there are survivors from the shipwrecked Artemis, which hopefully means that Young Ian, Fergus and Marsali are also safe.
“It’s just relief for Jamie. And, to be in America, I think it’s something he’s never really thought about,” he admits. “He had no intention of going there, but he’s got her and I think that’s all, at the moment, that he can really rely on.”


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  1. Loved the interview and the different perspectives of both Sam and Caitriona. Jamie probably never thought of being in America just as he probably never thought he would be in Jamaica. He was on the search for Young Ian, and the journey unfolded itself. Being in America would free Jamie, as he and Claire could now go by their true identities as Jamie and Claire Fraser without the danger. They were in a new land where nobody knew them.

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