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NEW Entertainment Weekly Outlander Season 6 Cover   3 comments

Here is the NEW Entertainment Weekly Cover for Outlander Season 6

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NEW Interview with Caitriona Balfe from Entertainment Weekly   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Caitriona Balfe from Entertainment Weekly

FROM EW:

Nothing soothes like a mother’s love, and Caitríona’s Balfe‘s impassioned portrayal of a devoted mama bear protecting her family amid social upheaval in Kenneth Branagh‘s Belfast (in theaters Nov. 12) serves as both a balm and a testament to the scars of her homeland’s bitterly divided past.

EW’s The Awardist recently caught up with the 41-year-old Outlander star (and new mother of one) out of the Toronto International Film Festival, where her turn in Branagh’s semi-autobiographical account of Ireland’s violent, three-decade sectarian conflict received standout reviews at the top of Oscars season. Below, Balfe breaks down how she fused personal history with Branagh’s heartfelt story, preparing to dance a sweet jig with costar Jamie Dornan for one of the film’s most touching scenes, and the catharsis of honoring of Ireland’s lives “destroyed by this ridiculous sectarianism and ideology.”

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NEW Interview With Caitriona Balfe From Entertainment Weekly   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Caitriona Balfe from Entertainment Weekly

Things are about to get buck wild on Fraser’s Ridge.

Outlander star Caitríona Balfe told EW during a recent interview about her new film Belfast that season 6 of Starz’s time-traveling drama has plenty of emotional twists in store, as Claire (Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) will adjust to life alongside the Christies when the show returns early next year.

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NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Matt Roberts From Entertainment Weekly

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Fancy a wee first look at Outlander season 6? On Tuesday, Starz announced the beloved, decade-hopping romance will return for its sixth season in early 2022 and, to make news of the Droughlander ending even sweeter, also shared some first look images from the new episodes.

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NEW Interview with Ed Speleers from Entertainment Weekly   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Ed Speleers from Entertainment Weekly

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EW loves a good villain, and now it’s time to drown our sorrows because Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers) has shuffled off his mortal coil.

The pirate/smuggler terrorized the Fraser family almost since the moment he first met them. He went from terrifying thief to the true face of evil when he raped Bree (Sophie Skelton) shortly after she arrived in 18th-century America in season 4. Ever since, the entire Fraser clan were consumed with exacting revenge upon him, particularly once they learned he had survived the explosion at the jail. But they finally got their vengeance, and Bonnet his comeuppance, after an eventful episode.

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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

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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 Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly   2 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly

From EW:

Quarantine got a whole lot more tolerable this weekend, thanks to the latest episode of Outlander. In just one hour, fans were treated to a hair-raising battle scene, a tragic death, a shattered hypodermic needle (no!) and a surprise visit from a very beloved actor. Here, Showrunner Matthew B. Roberts took a break from his own isolation to answer a few of our weekly burning questions about the Starz drama.

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NEW Interview with Sam Heughan from Entertainment Weekly   2 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with Sam Heughan from Entertainment Weekly

From EW:

Sam Heughan truly shines in Sunday’s episode of Outlander as his character, Jamie Fraser, swears obedience to the British, begrudgingly fights his former countrymen, and bids farewell to a beloved father figure. Here, the 39-year-old actor talks from Hawaii — where he recently vacationed but ended up having to remain because of self-quarantine — about his final days working alongside the terrific Duncan Lacroix, and why it was important for him to a wear a red coat before going to battle against the Regulators.

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NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Matt Roberts from Entertainment Weekly

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What in tarnation was that?
In the second episode of season 5 of Outlander, an unexpected form of torture is displayed and two women are seen grappling for entertainment. Fun? Here, Executive Producer Matthew B. Roberts explains why the tar and feathering scene was necessary for the story, and why they decided to use a gal-on-gal fight scene to help re-introduce a pretty loathsome character.

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Posted February 23, 2020 by primrosesandrue16 in Matt Roberts, Outlander

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