Here is a NEW Interview with Sam Heughan and Tobias Menzies from Entertainment Weekly
From Entertainment Weekly :
SPOILER ALERT! Don’t read this if you weren’t one of the 5 million viewers who tuned into the first season of Outlander.
Fans may dig the romance-for-the-ages between Jamie and Claire, but the hit series that’s based on Diana Gabaldon’s best-selling book series is just as much a historical tale as it is a psychological drama.The most-talked about scene from season 1 was when English captain Jonathan “Black Jack” Randall (Tobias Menzies) sodomized and tortured Jamie (Sam Heughan) in a prison cell. It’s a gut-wrenching sequence, which is no doubt why Menzies earned a Golden Globe nomination for his performance (and why it’s egregious that he and Heughan were overlooked for the Emmys).
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Yesterday, it was revealed that Outlander was the new cover story for Entertainment Weekly. Good News! Or, at least it should have been. I found myself very conflicted. My first reaction to the picture of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe’s steamy portrayal of Jamie and Claire was positive. They are very beautiful people and it is a very striking image. This was a cover of a national magazine and people who knew nothing about the books or the show would be seeing OUTLANDER! in the headline and then see that image…I began to feel uneasy.
I just happened to be getting ready for a meeting at work when the image popped up in my feed. With my sense of unease starting to work its way into a full blown feeling, I turned my Ipad screen toward a coworker who knew nothing about the show. “What do you think this TV…
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Here is a new interview with Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe from TV Guide
From TV Guide:
Outlander‘s first season ended on a dark note, with Black Jack (Tobias Menzies) torturing and raping hero Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughhan) before Claire (Caitriona Balfe) could come to his rescue. Jamie and Claire will still feel the effects of the brutal attack as they arrive in France at the start of Season 2.
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Here is a new interview with Sam Heughan from The Scotsman
From The Scotsman:
Outlander might not be a phrase Scottish audiences are all too familiar with. Despite being filmed on Scottish soil and based largely on real events, the vast majority of its fans are on the other side of the world in countries including Japan, Brazil and Australia.
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