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New Ron D. Moore Interview with Vanity Fair   4 comments

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From Vanity Fair:

If you haven’t read Diana Gabaldon’s Dragonfly in Amber from the Outlander series—the book that inspired the Starz drama’s second season—then you were in for plenty of surprises during Saturday’s season-two finale, also titled “Dragonfly in Amber.”

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New Interview with Toni Graphia from The Hollywood Reporter   3 comments

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From THR:

“This scene is crucial to the story, so I stand by what we showed,” Toni Graphia, the writer behind Saturday’s episode, tells THR.

[Warning: this story contains spoilers from Saturday’s episode of Outlander, “Faith.”]

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New Interview with Sam Heughan and Tobias Menzies from IGN   3 comments

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From IGN:

Outlander brought together Jamie Fraser and Black Jack Randall for the first time since the escape from Wentworth Prison in Saturday’s episode, which was an especially charged sequence for the two characters. It also was especially charged for the two actors playing those characters, who also hadn’t seen each other since the events of the Season 1 finale in a way that would allow themselves to heal.

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New Interview with Caitriona Balfe and Tobias Menzies from IGN   2 comments

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From IGN:

Black Jack Randall is always bad news for the Frasers.

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New Interview with Caitriona Balfe from the Wall Street Journal   2 comments

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From The WSJ:

Warning: This article contains major spoilers from the Season 2 premiere episode of “Outlander,” “Through a Glass, Darkly”

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New Interview with Caitriona Balfe and Ron D. Moore from The Wrap   2 comments

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From The Wrap:

Actress and showrunner Ron Moore weigh in on decision to open new season differently from Diana Gabaldon‘s book “Dragonfly in Amber”

The second season of “Outlander” got off to a surprising start — especially for fans of Diana Gabaldon’s series of books.

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New Interview with Ron D. Moore from Entertainment Weekly   2 comments

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From EW:

In anticipation of the season 2 premiere of Outlander (April 9 on Starz), EW talked to Ronald D. Moore on location in England about the challenges in adapting Diana Gabaldon’s second book Dragonfly in Amber for the small screen, and whether the evil Black Jack Randall (played by the terrific Tobias Menzies) will show up in France.

Did you feel like you needed a happy ending to season 1 to keep the viewers coming back?
RONALD D. MOORE: An audience will go just about anywhere you ask them to go as long as you’re telling a good story. They’ll just keep suffering with characters over and over again. I did like the idea of at least some light at the end of the tunnel because I had asked the audience to go through two very intense, really emotional episodes at the end.

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New Interview with Sam Heughan from Marie Claire   2 comments

Here is a NEW interview with Sam Heughan from Marie Claire

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From Marie Claire:

When it comes to guilty pleasures, we’ve got our fair share: donuts, bowls of pasta as big as our head, a glass of orange wine on a Friday afternoon. But no guilty pleasure is as guilty – or, indeed, as pleasurable – as Outlander. The sumptuous melodrama follows a feisty 1940s’ feminist who is hurled back in time to rebellion-era Scotland when she touches some magic rocks. Once in the wilds of the North, she stumbles upon the softly-spoken, kilt-wearing gentle giant Jamie, and lots of steamy, sexy sex ensues. All with a steadfast and resolute focus on female pleasure. It’s not only rare when it comes to television, but downright applause worthy. What’s not to love?

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