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Archive for December 16, 2018

NEW Interview with Sophie Skelton from TV Insider   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Sophie Skelton from TV Insider

From TV Insider:

As if we didn’t already know, Brianna Randall Fraser (Sophie Skelton) is resilient just like her parents.

In Outlander’s latest episode, “Down the Rabbit Hole,” we find Bree in the Highlands of 18th century Scotland, having gone through the stones. With nothing but a sandwich and an old map, she struggles to find her way in the rough terrain.

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NEW HQ Stills from Outlander 4×07 “Down The Rabbit Hole”   1 comment

Here are NEW HQ Stills from Outlander 4×07 “Down The Rabbit Hole”

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NEW Interview with Maril Davis from Entertainment Weekly   2 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with Maril Davis from Entertainment Weekly

From EW:

Sunday’s episode of Outlander was chock full of surprises, starting with the absence of Jamie’s sister Jenny (played by Laura Donnelly) and including the unexpected appearance of Tobias Menzies as Frank Randall. As book readers know, Frank is long dead by the time “Drums of Autumn,” the fourth book in Diana Gabaldon’s “Outlander” series on which season 4 is based, was released. But Frank does have a presence in the book: Roger finds letters that Frank wrote to Rev. Wakefield that reveal Frank knew about Claire’s time travel. Frank found historical records of a Jamie Fraser marrying a Claire Beauchamp. He believed Brianna, Claire and Jamie’s daughter that Frank raised in the 20th century, should know her true heritage.

In Sunday’s “Down the Rabbit Hole,” the producers decided it would be better to actually show the anguish in Frank’s face upon learning his wife’s fate in the 18th Century.

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*New* 325+ HQ Screencaps From Inside Episode 4×07 of Outlander “Down the Rabbit Hole”   1 comment

Here are 325+ HQ Screencaps from Inside Episode 4×07 of Outlander “Down the Rabbit Hole” that we made for you guys. 

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*New* 170+ HQ Screencaps From the Trailer of Episode 4×08 of Outlander “Wilmington”   1 comment

Here are 170+ HQ Screencaps from the trailer of episode 4×08 of Outlander, Wilmington, that we made for you guys. Hope you enjoy them!

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*New* Tim Downie’s Interview With Brief Take Regarding Outlander   1 comment

 

From Brief Take:

Brief Take: Where does Outlander fit on your acting journey?

Tim Downie: It’s really good. It’s really, really good! I do quite a fair lot of period stuff. I spend a lot of time in wigs and very heavy brocaded jackets. So it fits in very nicely. It seems to be in my oeuvre, if you will. But it’s nice to do something that I can get my teeth into. I do a lot of comedy so it’s nice to kind of get under someone, really get into them and play someone who…you know, there’s a lot to him, and he can be quite dark. You don’t know where you are with him – is he friend or foe? What is he? There’s a lot to draw on, and he’s quite fun to play, and that’s great fun.

BT: What is your base for the Governor? Do you look to the book, history or the scripts? 

TD: I’m led by the script. I do a lot of reading and it’s nice that I do play someone real, that you can kind of look back at him, or look back at the character, and kind of work out “okay, would this be some of the events in his life, what he did, where he’s from, where he was educated?”, and that would help to kind of colour how the character would work with certain people, with the echelons of life, that kind of thing. Especially at that time period, it was very class-driven, it would be very interesting to see how he would react to certain people of certain classes. I think that this is where some background reading really helps because that builds certain elements of character into it, which is fascinating. I got a fair bit on social media about when the hurricane came to Wilmington and actually flooded Tryon’s house. And that was interesting at a time when I just finished, it was like life imitating art, suddenly. Someone who I had never even heard of before until playing him, suddenly was upfront, it was very recent history and it was happening right at the time. It’s striking that we’re dealing with something that happened more than three hundred years ago, and it literally could have been yesterday.

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*New* Trailer for Episode 4×08 of Outlander “Wilmington   1 comment

Here’s the trailer for episode 4×08 of Outlander “Wilmington” 

Posted December 16, 2018 by justfp in Drums of Autumn, Outlander, Season 4

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