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NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from SyFy Wire   1 comment

Here’s a NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from SyFy Wire

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NEW Interview with Sam Heughan from Harper’s Bazaar   Leave a comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Sam Heughan from Harper’s Bazaar

From HB:

Outlander opted for an unexpected cliffhanger to close out its fourth season, setting up Jamie (Sam Heughan) for a major internal conflict come Season 5. In the episode’s final moments, Jamie receives an order from Governor Tryon to find and execute his beloved godfather, Murtagh, for his involvement with the rebellious Regulators.

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NEW Interview with Tobias Menzies from Radio Times   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Tobias Menzies from Radio Times

From Radio Times:

Tobias Menzies says he has been “intrigued” by what he has discovered about Prince Philip since taking over playing the Queen’s husband in Netflix‘s The Crown

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NEW Interview with Sophie Skelton from Harper’s Bazaar   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Sophie Skelton from Harper’s Bazaar

From HB:

Warning: This article features a discussion about sexual abuse. Reader discretion is advised.

After a season fraught with sorrow, trauma, and life-altering decisions, Brianna (Sophie Skelton) gets some much-needed closure in Sunday’s Outlander.

After learning Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers) awaits execution in a jail in Wilmington, Bree—spurred by a sympathetic letter from Jamie exhorting her to forgive Bonnet “for the sake of your soul”—convinces her faux fiancé, Lord John Grey (David Berry), to accompany her to a visit with her rapist. “Forgiveness won’t change what has happened,” pregnant Bree tells Lord John. “But it can change what will be.”

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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 Sunday’s episode of Outlander, a defeated Roger Wakefield (Richard Rankin) has an emotional breakdown in captivity and then gives up an opportunity to escape the Mohawk by attempting to save Father Alexandre. Here, Rankin reflects on his most emotional scene to date and explains why Roger behaved a lot like Claire in that final scene.

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NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Vulture   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Vulture

From Vulture:

When a scene is scored with Samuel Barber’s “Adagio for Strings,” you know it’s going to be a moving moment. In this week’s episode of Outlander, “Providence,” Roger (Richard Rankin) had the chance to escape the Mohawk village where he’s being held captive, but he opted to turn around. He’d befriended a Frenchman — the fellow fool for love, Father Alexandre Ferigault (Yan Tual) — who, despite Roger’s counsel in their shared “idiot hut,” chose a slow, painful death on a simmering pyre rather than baptize the baby he’d fathered with the tribe’s healer, Johiehon (Sera-Lys McArthur). The Mohawk supported the couple’s union, but Ferigault believed that, as a fallen priest, his blessing would damn his daughter, so he refused to give it.

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NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Town And Country   1 comment

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

From Town and Country:

Roger MacKenzie has covered a lot of ground on this season on Outlander. He’s traveled through the stones and across an ocean in search of Brianna. And just as Roger and Bree finally found each other through time and space, they were quickly torn apart again, and Roger was forced to work on Stephen Bonnet’s ship as it traveled up the coast of colonial America. A horrible misunderstanding prevents a second reunion for the couple, and sets into motion Roger’s most recent journey with the Mohawk people, who marched him from North Carolina to New York state in captivity.

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