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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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NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from SyFy Wire   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Richard Rankin from Syfy Wire

NEW Interview with Maril Davis from The Hollywood Reporter   2 comments

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

From THR:

Executive producer Maril Davis explains why the show had to streamline some elements from Diana Gabaldon’s book to fit Sunday’s episode.

A new relationship has blossomed on Outlander, but it’s not one that any of the characters could have seen coming.

In Sunday’s episode, “If Not For Hope,” Brianna (Sophie Skelton) began to feel the pressure from Aunt Jocasta (Maria Doyle Kennedy) to find a suitable husband, and fast, before the baby came. Bree couldn’t have a child out of wedlock as it would doom the baby to forever live without a proper title and honor, despite her having been handfast with Roger (Richard Rankin).

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NEW Interview and Photoshoot with Sophie SKelton from The Wylde   1 comment

Here are NEW Interview and Photoshoot with Sophie Skelton from The Wylde

From The Wylde:

Sophie’s Choices: British actress Sophie Skelton is amassing an enviable collection of screen roles, from period drama to sci-fi and beyond. She is currently causing waves in the hit TV series Outlander, based on the time-bending novel series by Diana Gabaldon, in which she plays the tormented American, Brianna Randall Fraser. And with several movies under her belt that cover bases as diverse as WW2 drama Another Mother’s Son, Hollywood bank heist flick #211 with Nicolas Cage, and a remake of zombie classic Day of The Dead, Skelton’s star is most definitely on the rise. We caught up with her on a rainy London afternoon to chat musicals, toy-testing and twisted thrillers…

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*New* Caitriona Balfe Teases a Lot of Rescues on Outlander Season 4 With ET   1 comment

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*New* Maril Davis Speaks About Roger’s Journey and Episode 4×10 of Outlander “The Deep Heart’s Core” With THR   2 comments

From THR

When he finally did make it to Fraser’s Ridge, he was immediately attacked without warning by a man who could only be Brianna’s father, Jamie (Sam Heughan), and sold to the Native Americans as a slave. After being forced to walk hundreds of miles away from finding Bree yet again, he fell, injured his wrists and was able to escape his guards. But so far north and lost, there’s no guarantee that he’ll ever be able to find Bree again. So the cliffhanger at the end of “The Deep Heart’s Core,” showing Roger discovering a stone circle deep in the woods, was huge. He heard the telltale buzzing, meaning he could go back to his time through these stones. He could leave all this heartbreak and harm behind him, but he’d be saying goodbye to ever seeing Bree again.

 

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