Archive for April 12, 2020

NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly   4 comments

Here is a NEW Interview With Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly

FROM EW:

In an inspired move for Outlander, Sunday’s episode, titled “Famous Last Words,” depicted the more graphic moments from Roger’s hanging as an eerie, black and white silent film. Here, executive producer Matthew B. Roberts and Richard Rankin (Roger MacKenzie) explain how the decision was made, and what it took to successfully pull it off.

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NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Entertainment Weekly   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Entertainment Weekly

From EW:

In his most challenging episode yet, Richard Rankin conveys the deepest levels of despair on Outlander after his beloved character, Roger MacKenzie, survives a hanging at the hands of the British. Book readers knew that Roger would live to tell the tale but TV fans experienced a moment of fear that Brianna’s husband would never come home to Fraser’s Ridge.

Lucky for us, Roger remains alive and well … sort of. Rankin is here to tell us all about it.

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NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Town & Country   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Town & Country

From T&C:

Against all odds, Roger MacKenzie survived a hanging this season on Outlander, but that rope around his neck did manage to kill a piece of him: his voice. Whether lecturing at Oxford or singing to Jemmy and Brianna on Fraser’s Ridge, his voice is core to his identity—and left without it, he’s unsure of his place in the world.

“He’s really been stripped down to his soul,” Rankin said of his character over the phone this week. “And he really questions what he is without his voice, what is his worth?”

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NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from ELLE Magazine   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from ELLE Magazine

From ELLE:

Outlander fans breathed normally for the first time in two weeks tonight, as the show’s latest episode confirmed that Roger (Richard Rankin) did, in fact, survive being hanged at the Battle of Alamance. The man’s not without his scars, however; three months later, he still can’t speak—nor does it seem he really wants to.

Roger’s ordeal and its aftermath are explored in excruciating detail in the fifth Outlander book, but the show takes an unexpected risk with this essential storyline, drawing on Roger and Brianna’s (Sophie Skelton) affinity for silent movies to recreate the hanging in a haunting black-and-white sequence that Roger relives throughout the episode. The scenes are unexpected and immersive, agonizing but never gratuitous. For a series often criticized for its unsparing depiction of trauma, “Famous Last Words” is one of the show’s most compelling episodes thus far.

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NEW Stills of Brianna and Roger in Outlander 5×08 “Famous Last Words”   1 comment

NEW Stills of Brianna and Roger in Outlander 5×08 “Famous Last Words”

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*New* 245+ HQ Screencaps From the Trailer of Episode 5×09 of Outlander “Monsters and Heroes”   1 comment

Here are 245+ HQ screencaps of the trailer of episode 5×09 of Outlander “Monsters and Heroes” that we made for you guys. 

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*New* Trailer For Episode 5×09 of Outlander “Monsters and Heroes”   1 comment

Here’s the trailer for episode 5×09 of Outlander “Monsters and Heroes” 

NEW Pic of Tim Downie   1 comment

NEW Pic of Tim Downie

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NEW Pics of Caitlin O’Ryan   1 comment

Here is a NEW Pic of Caitlin O’Ryan

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NEW BTS Still from Outlander 5×08 “Famous Last Words”   2 comments

Here is a NEW BTS Still from Outlander 5×08 “Famous Last Words”

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