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December 08 2016 @ 10:06 am
WARNING! Possible spoilers if you've not read Book 3!! I'm using spoiler tags, but there might be something that I don't think is spoiler-y that someone else will find spoiler-y so you've been warned!

If you've read/listened to any of the interviews with Caitriona Balfe that I've posted over the past few days, you learned that they have started filming episodes 6 and 7 this week. Caitriona mentioned that from this point forward, Claire and Jamie will be together again, [Spoiler (click to open)]so I'm guessing that ep. 6 is the reunion episode in the print shop. She also mentioned that she and Sam had already filmed one episode together, ep. 8, which they had to film out of sequence due to another actor's availability.

[Spoiler (click to open)]I am sort of speculating that said actor may have been Nell Hudson, and that ep. 8 would be the one where Claire finds out that Jamie had married Laoghaire during their years apart.

Also interesting to me is that if ep. 6 is the start of Jamie and Claire being back together, that means the first five episodes deal with their time apart. I was hoping that they wouldn't rush that part too much -- I didn't think 2-3 episodes would be enough to properly cover the myriad of things that happen to both of them during those 20 years apart. So I guess we're getting at least 4 episodes. I say at least 4 because Ron has already stated that they're opening with something that wasn't in the book at all -- the battle of Culloden. The question is -- will all of ep. 1 be about the battle and its immediate aftermath [Spoiler (click to open)](Jamie being "saved" by Hal and sent surreptiously away to Lallybroch, etc.).

Related to that, while there wasn't a big casting announcement from Starz, Jack Holden has been cast in the role of Hector, Lord Grey's first love who is killed at Culloden.[Spoiler (click to open)] Now, this bit isn't really even in Voyager, it's from the Lord Grey books, so it looks like they're going to expand a bit and bring in some of the Lord Grey material. Otherwise, why would you bother casting that role?

Still no word on Mr. Willoughby, however!
December 07 2016 @ 04:15 pm
This first one is mostly a transcript from the previous interview posted here, so if you listened to that one, there's nothing new in this one:

This second one is from Variety.

(And I like that Caitriona is getting some attention here. It always seems to be Sam, Sam, Sam...)
December 05 2016 @ 10:32 pm

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December 06 2016 @ 08:46 am
The interview starts at about the 9:20 mark.

December 05 2016 @ 03:02 pm
Caitriona Balfe dishes 'Outlander' romance, Sam Heughan and Season 3 clues.

November 24 2016 @ 01:41 pm
The Outlander Kitchen cookbook made the finals for the 2016 Goodreads Choice Awards. If you're on Goodreads, you can still vote for it (closes Nov 27th).

And if you're wondering, it's a great cookbook -- highly recommend it.
November 24 2016 @ 10:00 am
It didn't get an official announcement from Starz, but Conor McCarry has been cast in the role of older Young Jamie (Murray -- Ian and Jenny's oldest son and master of Lallybroch).

You can read about it here.
November 23 2016 @ 12:59 pm
Or maybe make things worse!

November 21 2016 @ 10:29 am
Diana's short stories are coming to one volume! Her short stories from both the Outlander and Lord John series will now be available in one ebooks (hopefully the physical book will be coming soon after) and will be out June 27, 2017. I'm personally looking forward to the hardback because while I definitely want the ebook I'll be needing that physical book too.

Seven Stones includes:
Featuring Jamie Fraser, Lord John Grey, Master Raymond, and many more from Diana Gabaldon’s unforgettable cast of characters, this brilliant collection of Outlander novellas includes two never-before-published works—Besieged and A Fugitive Green—as well as Virgins, The Space Between, Plague of Zombies, A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows, and The Custom of the Army.

You can pre-order your copy at Amazon.