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NEW Still and Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly   9 comments

Here is a NEW Still of Jamie and Claire in Outlander 3×06 “A. Malcolm” and NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly

Outlander
Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan
Photo credit: Aimee Spinks/ Courtesy ofSony Picture Television

From EW:

A temporary droughtlander has made landfall — the next episode of the Starz drama won’t air until Oct. 22 — but EW has obtained an exclusive look of the much-anticipated reunion of Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan).

We asked executive producer Matthew B. Roberts to tease the upcoming scene, which includes an Easter egg from set designer Jon Gary Steele (hope you can find it!) and a fitting way for Roberts to establish how he was the one who wrote the episode. (Sorry, you’ll have to wait until the episode to find out how he did it.)

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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

NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly   3 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly

 

From EW:

Claire’s finally back in 18th-century Scotland!

But she didn’t return to Jamie in episode 5 via Craigh na Dun, the ancient stone circle that serves as her time traveling portal in Outlander. We asked executive producer Matthew D. Roberts to answer a bunch of burning questions about episode 5, starting with why Claire skipped a trip through the stones.

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NEW Interview with Terry Dresbach from Entertainment Weekly   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Terry Dresbach from Entertainment Weekly

From EW:

In Sunday’s episode of Outlander, Roger (Richard Rankin) quipped to Claire (Caitriona Balfe) that she will have her own utility belt to travel back through time, “just like the Caped Crusader himself.” So it’s only fitting that Claire’s handmade ensemble is nicknamed the “batsuit,” a fully-functional outfit that’s specially designed to help her survive the 18th century.

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NEW Interview with Hannah James from Entertainment Weekly   2 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with Hannah James from Entertainment Weekly

From EW:

In Sunday’s episode of Outlander, Jamie (Sam Heughan) is blackmailed into having sex with Geneva Dunsany (Hannah James), a young virgin who is betrothed to an older man she does not love (much less like). EW talked with James about her action-packed episode and what it was like to film such a heavy and emotional sex scene. “It as one of the most bizarre Thanksgivings I have ever had in my life,” James admits, looking back.

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NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly   2 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly

From EW:

The Outlander writers had a lot to accomplish in penning “Of Lost Things,” the fourth episode of season 3 that introduces — and immediately says goodbye to — several pivotal characters from Voyager, the third book from Diana Gabaldon’s series on which this season is based. There was Isobel Dunsany, the woman who falls hard for Lord John Grey, a closeted gay soldier; Lord Ellesmere, a rich elderly man who seeks a young bride; and Geneva Dunsany, the young lass who’s forced to marry him. But none are nearly as intriguing as Willie, the cute consequence of Jamie agreeing to take Geneva’s virginity in exchange for keeping his identity secret from her Jacobite-loathing mom.

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NEW Interview with David Berry from Entertainment Weekly   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with David Berry from Entertainment Weekly

From EW:

In one of the more tender scenes from “Of Lost Things,” the fourth episode from Starz’ Outlander, Jamie (Sam Heughan) offers his body to Lord John Grey (David Berry), a closeted gay soldier, in exchange for watching over his son, Willie, after he returns to Scotland.

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