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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

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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 Sophie Skelton from Harper’s Bazaar   1 comment

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

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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 and Photoshoot with Caitriona Balfe from Harper’s BAZAAR   1 comment

Here NEW Interview and Photoshoot with Caitriona Balfe from Harper’s BAZAAR

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On December 30, 1996, Delacorte Press released Drums of Autumn, the fourth book in Diana Gabaldon’s stealth blockbuster Outlander series. Tonight, 22 years to the day of publication, the most anticipated, beloved, compelling, and frustrating scenes in that book come to life on the series’ wildly popular TV adaptation. Though the episode revolves around the shaky dynamic between a young woman and the father she’s never met, it’s the mother, Claire Fraser, and the woman who plays her, Caitriona Balfe—the series’ linchpin, the gravitational force keeping the Outlander world on track and viewers coming back for 51 episodes and counting—who quietly shapes the hour.

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NEW Interview and Photoshoot with Sam Heughan from Harper’s BAZAAR   2 comments

Here is a NEW Interview and Photoshoot with Sam Heughan from Harper’s BAZAAR

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Fans have been waiting more than 20 years to watch tonight’s episode of Outlander play out onscreen, but Sam Heughan tries not to think about that. “All the way through shooting, we’re very aware that people are fans of the books,” he says with a short laugh. “You want to do a good job and don’t want to disappoint anyone… [but] you have to play the truth of it.”

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NEW Video of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe from Haprer’s BAZAAR   4 comments

Here is a NEW Video of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe from Harper’s BAZAAR

NEW Photoshoot and Interview with Caitriona Balfe from Harper’s BAZAAR   1 comment

Here is a NEW Photoshoot and Interview with Caitriona Balfe from Harper’s BAZAAR

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Tonight’s episode of Outlander marks a major shift in Season 3. After five episodes and 20 years spent in the 20th century, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) finally identified Jamie’s whereabouts in 1760s Scotland and, at the behest of her daughter, stepped back through the stones to return to him for, well, forever. Outlander fans have waited exactly 14 months to watch this moment play out onscreen, and it was quite a tease: Jamie and Claire lock eyes for only a few moments before Jamie collapses in a faint and the screen cuts to black.

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NEW Interview with Tobias Menzies from Harper’s BAZAAR   6 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with Tobias Menzies from Harper’s BAZAAR

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After a time jump to the future in last season’s finale, Outlander viewers knew they’d have to deal with Frank Randall’s death at some point in Season 3. As Claire’s first husband, Frank, played by Tobias Menzies, is a divisive character simply because he is not Jamie Fraser. Yet the circumstances surrounding Frank’s death make it impossible not to sympathize with him—even for diehard fans of Jamie and Claire’s relationship. After his wife returned following a three-year disappearance pregnant with another man’s child, Frank chose to remain married to Claire and raise her daughter as his own. The ensuing 20-year breakdown of their marriage comprised a three-episode arc this season, and in that short period, managed to provide a realistic portrait of two good, flawed people trying and failing to save a broken relationship. As Menzies himself puts it, “there are no winners, really,” a point tragically emphasized when Frank dies in a car accident hours after asking Claire for a divorce.

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