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NEW Interview with Nina Ayres, Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan from ELLE Magazine   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Nina Ayres, Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan from ELLE Magazine

Outlander – Season 4 – Episode 405

From Elle Mag:

With each new season of Outlander comes new locales. The show’s fourth season has transported Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe) to North Carolina in the 18th century, inviting the characters into frontier America before the Revolutionary War. This shift has brought an evolution in the show’s fashion, which was created by co-costume designers Nina Ayres and Terry Dresbach (who often shares behind-the-scenes shots and details on Twitter).

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NEW HQ BTS and Stills from Outlander Season 4   Leave a comment

Here are NEW HQ BTS and Stills from Outlander Season  4

Outlander – Season 4 – Episode 401 – “America The Beautiful”

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NEW BTS Costume Pics from Terry Dresbach   Leave a comment

Here are NEW BTS Costume Pics from Terry Dresbach

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NEW BTS Pics of Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe and Oliver Finnegan on Set of Outlander 4×06   Leave a comment

Here are NEW BTS Pics of Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe and Oliver Finnegan on Set of Outlander 4×06

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*New* Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe’s Interview With THR For Episode 4×06 of Outlander “Blood of My Blood”   1 comment

From THR:

The relatively quiet episode featured major emotional developments for both Claire and Jamie, and Balfe and Heughan were glad to see their characters move forward in such a big way in this episode.

“For Jamie, it’s really bittersweet,” Heughan tells The Hollywood Reporter of the character’s time with his son. “He has always wanted to be a father, and Willie was very dear to him. He had a really great influence on him at Helwater, but now for Willie to be there in his life and he can’t even tell him that he’s his father, it’s pretty tough for him.”

He pauses, then adds, “Thankfully, by the end of the episode, Willie has that realization of who his father is or could be. It’s beautiful. It’s nice for Jamie to finally interact with his son but also [with] John Grey. He’s an important ally and friend.”

While Claire’s interactions with John have always been prickly, finally having an open conversation about their shared love for Jamie means the two former frenemies can become something more like friends.

“As the season goes on, John Grey will play a bigger role as well,” Balfe tells THR. “For Claire, those scenes where John Grey is ill and she’s tending to him, they were really beautiful scenes and very emotional. It was heartbreaking to see this man live with this unrequited love and the heartbreak that that has caused him. And when he tells Claire about this offer that Jamie made, I don’t think there is any part of Claire that is threatened by that.”

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NEW HQ Stills from Outlander 4×06 “Blood of My Blood”   Leave a comment

Here are NEW HQ Stills from Outlander 4×06 “Blood of My Blood”

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NEW Interview with Caitriona Balfe from POPSUGAR   1 comment

Here Interview with Caitriona Balfe from POPSUGAR

From POPSUGAR:

Unexpected house guests have a tendency to make things awkward, especially when they carry so many secrets. Sunday’s episode of Outlander, which is (fittingly) titled “Blood of My Blood,” welcomes Lord John Grey (David Berry) — aka the guy who is so in love with Sam Heughan’s Jamie that he’ll cross an ocean for him — to the wilds of Fraser’s Ridge, along with his petulant ward, William (Oliver Finnegan), who is actually Jamie’s son.

While this does solve the mystery of whether Jamie would ever see Willie again, the episode also offers a chance for the kind of good, old-fashioned dirty laundry airing that happens when mortality may be approaching. When Lord John is suddenly taken ill with measles, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) sends Jamie and Willie off for some unexpected, secret father-son bonding. Then, she and John have a heart-to-heart about their shared passion for the rugged Scotsman while she sits beside what could have been his deathbed.

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