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New interview of Tobias Menzies with Vanity Fair   5 comments

From Vanity Fair

For three years now, a pair of Randall men played by Tobias Menzieshave both menaced Outlander heroes Claire and Jamie Fraser (in the past) and served as a point of hope and steadfast love (in the present). It’s been a complicated dual role for Menzies—but, having hung up Black Jack Randall’s wig in the Season 3 premiere and Frank Randall’s fedora by Episode 3, the actor’s tenure on the series is now officially over. What does the show even look like without Frank and Black Jack driving a wedge between the Frasers?

In the behind-the-scenes video above, Menzies comes to terms with his departure from the show. “It’s mixed emotions,” he says with the same heavy sigh most actors give when they leave a show. “I will miss everyone greatly.”

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Posted September 25, 2017 by fastieslowie in Interviews, Outlander, Tobias Menzies

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Outtakes of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe from ‘After Hours’ with Josh Horowitz   14 comments

Outtakes of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe from ‘After Hours’ with Josh Horowitz

Video of Caitriona Balfe on ‘Popcorn with Peter Travers’   2 comments

Here’s a video of Caitriona Balfe on Popcorn with Peter Travers

New interview and photoshoot of Sophie Skelton in ‘1883 Magazine’   2 comments

Here’s a new interview and photoshoot of Sophie Skelton in ‘1883 Magazine’

From 1883 Magazine

Since bursting onto our screens, Outlander has not only won a BAFTA but has also been nominated for an Emmy and an Oscar. It is due back on Amazon Prime Instant Video with Season 3 on September 10th and this week we were privileged to have a chat with one of its leading ladies.

But before there was Outlander, Sophie Skelton has had phenomenal success from very early on with roles in the sofa classics such as BBC’s Casualty to the lead role in action adventure miniseries, Ren(which gained her a best actress nomination!). It is this versatility that keeps audiences guessing what her next role could possibly be, and we didn’t miss this opportunity to discuss all of her upcoming projects.

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AUDIO: Caitriona Balfe and Tobias Menzies interview with Variety   1 comment

From Variety

In today’s episode, Variety’s executive editor of television Debra Birnbaum and TV critic Sonia Saraiya talk with “Outlander” stars Tobias Menzies and Caitriona Balfe as they discuss the character progression of Menzies’ Frank and Balfe’s Claire in the upcoming third season of the Starz hit.

At the end of Season 2, Claire, who became pregnant by Scottish Highlander Jamie Fraser after time traveling back to 1743 and falling in love with him, returned to 1948 and reunited with her husband Frank. At the beginning of Season 3, the pair struggle to move forward after Claire’s infidelity.

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New interview of Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan with Paste Magazine   2 comments

Here’s a new Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe interview with Paste Magazine

New interview with Ron D. Moore with Moviefone   1 comment

From Moviefone

With “Outlander” launching its third season Sept. 10 — much to the relief of the show’s diehard fans, who have dubbed the agonizing 16-month wait between seasons “Droughtlander” — Moore joined Moviefone to discuss the making of the newest episodes, the challenges of the new season’s constant hopping through time and countries, and the pleasures and pains of keeping the series’ central lovers Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) apart.

Moore also reflected on his long involvement with “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” which celebrates the 30th anniversary of its Sept. 28, 1987 premiere this month, including his experience with “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry and his favorite personal contributions to the “Trek” mythos.

 

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