Here’s a new interview of Caitriona Balfe with ET Canada – Red Carpet Golden Globes
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Here’s a new interview of Caitriona Balfe with EW
While walking the red carpet of the Golden Globes on Sunday, Balfe (blissfully) took a question from EW about the much-anticipated print shop scene that has been shot in Scotland. While loathe to give too much away, Balfe shared how she felt when shooting the moment when Claire and Jamie (Sam Heughan) reunite after 20 years of separation.
“I think it was written very beautifully,” Balfe teased to EW. “Matt B Roberts wrote it. It has every emotion in it. The excitement, the tentativeness, the nerves, everything. I think it’s really beautiful.”
The beloved scene of fans is from Voyager, the third book in Diana Gabaldon’s book series from which season 3 is based. After rebuilding her life with newborn Breanne in the 20th century, Claire returns through the stones to find Jamie — whom she previously believed had died at the Battle of Culloden — and reunites with him in the print shop where he works.
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Here’s an interview of Caitriona Balfe with Access Hollywood
Here is a NEW interview with Caitriona Balfe from Yahoo
From Yahoo :
Outlander star Caitriona Balfe, who hails from Ireland, had a leg up on LA’s suddenly stormy weather.
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Here is a NEW Video Interview of Caitriona Balfe from Gold Derby
Here is a NEW interview with Tobias Menzies from IGN
From IGN :
Tobias Menzies is known for giving a complex portrayal of a villain, from his turn as Brutus on HBO’s Rome to his Golden Globe-nominated performance as Black Jack Randall on Starz’s Outlander. He’ll soon be taking on a very different type of villain in Underworld: Blood Wars, but he attempted to bring the same amount of complexity to the villainous Lycan.
In Blood Wars, Menzies plays the leader of the Lycans, Marius. He’s a “more efficient, more impressive foe” than Underworld’s vampires have seen before, and has a personal connection to Kate Beckinsale’s Selene. Though the production had looked at a few different actors to play the film’s villain, director Anna Foerster suggested Menzies because of their work together on Outlander, where she directed him in several especially notable episodes, and the team behind Blood Wars decided he was right for the part.
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