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*New* Costume Pics of Sophie Skelton For Episode 4×09 of Outlander “The Birds and the Bees”   4 comments

Here are some costume pics of Sophie Skelton for episode 4×09 of Outlander “The Birds and the Bees”, from Terry Dresbach

 

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*New* Pic of Graham McTavish and Duncan Lacroix   1 comment

Here’s a new pic of Graham McTavish and Duncan Lacroix. 

 

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*New* Sophie Skelton’s Talks About Episode 4×09 of Outlander, “The Birds and the Bees” With Town & Country   1 comment

From Town & Country: 

I want to start by asking about Brianna’s reunion with parents because that’s what this season has really been building to. What was it like to shoot that first scene with Sam Heughan?

It’s quite a nice parallel because I think that was actually the first scene that Sam and I ever shot together. We’ve done press and been in and around set together for a couple of years, but we haven’t worked together yet. So that was really cool because it gave it that fresh sort of energy.

Their reunion is actually one of my favorite scenes, not just because it’s one of the most anticipated moments from the book, but because there’s so much going on for Bree. It’s not a simple “meeting your father for the first time” moment. She’s got Laoghaire’s
voice in her head about will Jamie accept her?; she’s missing her mother; she’s come fresh off the back of losing Roger; and a rape; and losing her virginity; and everything else. She’s so broken.

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NEW BTS Still of Sam Heughan in Outlander 4×09 “The Birds and The Bees”   2 comments

Here  NEW BTS Still of Sam Heughan in Outlander 4×09 “The Birds and The Bees”

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NEW HQ Still of Claire, Brianna and Jamie from Outlander 4×09 “The Birds and The Bees”   1 comment

Here is a NEW HQ Still of Claire, Brianna and Jamie from Outlander 4×09 “The Birds and The Bees”

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NEW Interview with Sophie Skelton from Vulture   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Sophie Skelton from Vulture

From Vulture:

Since seeing Brianna approach the stones in the season-four trailer, Outlander fans have been waiting for the moment Bree would meet her long-lost biological father, Jamie Fraser. But as actress Sophie Skelton knows, the scene that played out in this week’s episode, “The Birds & The Bees,” may not be the “wonderful father-daughter reunion” many were expecting. That’s because it comes the day after Brianna was raped by Stephen Bonnet, which, in the Starz drama, happened the same night she was handfast and lost her virginity to Roger Wakefield. (In Diana Gabaldon’s Drums of Autumn, the sexual assault occurs on Bonnet’s boat two days after her union with Roger, and when she meets Jamie days later, readers aren’t yet aware of it — they learn of the rape when Claire does, after guessing that Brianna is pregnant and hearing that Roger, who used the unreliable withdrawal method of birth control, may not be the father.)

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Posted December 30, 2018 by primrosesandrue16 in Interviews, Outlander, Sophie Skelton

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NEW Interview and Season 4 Portraits from Entertainment Weekly of Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe and Sophie Skelton   4 comments

Here are NEW Interview and Portraits from Entertainment Weekly of Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe and Sophie Skelton

From EW:

There is nothing better than getting together with family for the holidays!

In honor of Sunday’s much-anticipated meeting between Brianna and Jamie, EW snagged the exclusive first photo of the Fraser Family and the first official portrait of Brianna as an 18th Century lady. The results are positively rosy!

 

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NEW Interview with Maril Davis from The Hollywood Reporter   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Maril Davis from The Hollywood Reporter

From THR:

It was the homecoming Outlander fans have been waiting years to see as Jamie (Sam Heughan) finally met his daughter Brianna (Sophie Skelton) in a monumental episode.

“The Birds & The Bees” featured the long-awaited first meeting of father and daughter almost exactly how it happens in Diana Gabaldon’s Drums of Autumn, the basis for season four of the Starz drama. But it was hardly the only major moment from the book that took place in this Sunday’s episode. The hour began almost exactly where last week’s left off, after Bree’s horrific rape at the hands of Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers), as she began to process her trauma. Her roller coaster of emotions took her to another high as rumors of Claire’s (Caitriona Balfe) miraculous surgery from the night before traveled to Bree and her handmaid.

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NEW Interview and Photoshoot with Caitriona Balfe from Harper’s BAZAAR   1 comment

Here NEW Interview and Photoshoot with Caitriona Balfe from Harper’s BAZAAR

From HB:

On December 30, 1996, Delacorte Press released Drums of Autumn, the fourth book in Diana Gabaldon’s stealth blockbuster Outlander series. Tonight, 22 years to the day of publication, the most anticipated, beloved, compelling, and frustrating scenes in that book come to life on the series’ wildly popular TV adaptation. Though the episode revolves around the shaky dynamic between a young woman and the father she’s never met, it’s the mother, Claire Fraser, and the woman who plays her, Caitriona Balfe—the series’ linchpin, the gravitational force keeping the Outlander world on track and viewers coming back for 51 episodes and counting—who quietly shapes the hour.

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*New* 340+ HQ Screencaps From Inside Episode 4×09 of Outlander “The Birds and the Bees”   2 comments

Here are 340+ HQ Screencaps for “Inside Episode 4×09” of Outlander “The Birds and the Bees” that we made for you guys. 

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