In this exclusive clip from episode four of season three, Jamie finds that the human residents at Helwater are a million times more troublesome than the equine ones. This is especially true of Geneva Dunsany, who calls Jamie a “useless Scotchman” as he’s getting her horse for her. Excuse you, Geneva! No one calls Jamie useless and gets away with it unless their name is Claire. Jamie also has an interaction with Geneva’s far more pleasant sister Isobel, who fully understands his desire to kick Geneva’s butt. Given the fact that Isobel also looks at Jamie like he’s a snack, this seems like kind of a touchy situation. Can he please just go to the print shop already?
I’ve added a bunch of missing magazine scans to the gallery both recent and from earlier this year. Thanks to my friends Alikat and Claudia for some of these. For scans of Caitriona (Claire Fraser) check out my fansite, Caitriona-Balfe.com. Enjoy!
I’ve added HD screencaptures of Sam from Outlander episodes 3×01 and 3×02. I’ll be adding more Outlander photos soon. Enjoy!
Caitirona and Sam were both on The View this morning. If you missed it, don’t worry, you can watch it above. The interview was short but it included a new Outlander clip of Caitriona. I wish it were longer.
I will add screencaps of the interview soon in better quality.
I will be adding all the videos and photos of Sam from the season 3 New York premiere of Outlander in this post throughout the next couple days so that it’s all in one location. So be sure to check back for more photos! If you are interested in seeing Caitriona’s coverage from SDCC, visit Caitirona-Balfe.com.
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It’s time to go behind-the-scenes with Sam Heughan!
After two full seasons of intense on-screen fighting, the Outlander star is gearing up for the biggest battle of his career — and only ET is giving you an exclusive first look inside the one of Heughan’s “favorite places” on the Outlander set: The armoury.
“I’m going to give you a tour of some of the weaponry that we use — not only in seasons one and two, but also season three,” Heughan spilled to our cameras.
“The beginning of this season, we start with [The Battle of] Culloden, which we’ve been trying to stop, but fate has got us to this point. In this battle, traditionally, the Highlanders would have used this basket hilt,” the 37-year-old actor explained while showing off Jamie’s historically accurate broad sword.
“And also, of course, the dirk, which you see Jamie carrying this a lot. It’s also very sharp and these would’ve been the Highlander’s traditional weapons against the brown bess musket,” he continued. “The whole [British] army was a very modern army and [the Highlanders] had to go up against hundreds and thousands of men with these [guns] and it was really a one-way battle — and that’s not a spoiler at all.”
After three seasons of intense training, Heughan revealed that he’s become “very comfortable” with all of his Outlander weaponry. “I sleep with [my sword] under my pillow,” he joked. “But actually, Jamie uses a lot of different weapons this season, and at one point, I do get to use a bow and arrow.”
“We got a great bowmaster to come in and teach us how to use it and we even have a straw wicker man made for target practice,” he said.
So what does it take to become an archery master? “You point the pointy thing at the bad people,” Heughan quipped. “We got a great bowmaster to come in and teach us how to use it and we even have a straw wicker man made for target practice.”
With so many realistic and dangerous props on set, we were curious to know if Heughan has ever had any on-set mishaps.
“No, not really. Not with any of the weaponry,” he admitted. “I actually did back-fist [my Outlander co-star] Tobias Menzies recently which was kind of good fun, so I think that might make the blooper reel.”
Heughan dished, “We were having a fight and I did a spinning back-fist — one of my signature moves — and, actually yeah, I smacked him in the face. It was brilliant.”
Press play on the video above to get a personal tutorial from Heughan on how to shoot a bow and arrow and the best way to face off in a one-on-one sword fight!
Outlander’s third season debuts Sunday, Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Starz — and be sure to keep it locked to ETonline right after the episode for exclusive behind-the-scenes details from the premiere.
Sam was on Live with Kelly and Ryan this morning. If you missed it, don’t worry, you can watch it above. The interview was short but cute. I wish it were longer and that the poetry segment were shorter, but eh. I’ll be adding more videos throughout the week as he and Caitriona do press for Outlander.
I will add screencaps of the interview soon in better quality.
I’ve added 2 new photo sessions of Sam from 2011. These are a lovely rare gem. I’ve also added some missing photos from Young Alexander the Great and When The Starlight Ends. Sadly, Young Alexander the Great is really old and hard to find (I will keep looking!) and When The Starlight Ends will no longer move forward with release so these photos may be all we get from these films.Enjoy!
2011: Photo Session #04
2016: Photo Session #25
When The Starlight Ends: Posters
When The Starlight Ends: Stills
When The Starlight Ends: Behind the Scenes
When The Starlight Ends: Entertainment Tonight Interview
When The Starlight Ends: Clip #1
Young Alexander The Great: Trailer
Young Alexander The Great: Montage
Outlander returns to Starz on September 10 at 8 p.m. ET to continue the time-tripping saga of lovers Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) and Claire Randall Fraser (Caitriona Balfe), who, when the season begins, are not just separated by continents but by centuries. The story picks up where it left off, meaning season three will focus on events from Diana Gabaldon’s third novel in the series, Voyager.
Heughan and Balfe gave Parade a sneak peek of what to expect as the new season of Outlander unfolds.
The Battle of Culloden
A badly wounded Jamie has a major confrontation with Dragoon Captain Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies). The two opponents will lock eyes on the battlefield and then the sword fight is on! “I love our fight,” Heughan says. “We worked on that scene for a while.”
Claire returns to Frank and gives birth to Brianna
By returning to the 1940s to give birth, Claire gives up everything important to her. She tries very hard, but her marriage is one of convenience. She may admire Frank, her 1940s husband (also played by Tobias Menzies), but she can’t find the passion she has with Jamie.
“There’s a lot of anger, a lot of regret,” Balfe says. “If it hadn’t been for Brianna, Claire would have stayed with Jamie, would have gone to Culloden and would have gladly died on that battlefield next to him.”
When Claire discovers Jamie could still be alive, she leaves her daughter behind—forever!
Claire, Brianna (Sophie Skelton) and Scottish historian Roger (Richard Rankin) search in the 1960s for clues to Jamie’s fate. When they discover he may have survived, she decides to return to the 18th century, knowing doing so means she can never see her daughter again.
“That was a really tough part,” Balfe says. “We talked a lot about how to convey that. Bree finally is the one that tells her to go. Without Bree’s permission, she never could.”
Love may not be as easy the second time around
Twenty years have passed since Claire and Jamie were together before, and a lot has changed. When Jamie sees Claire again after all those years, it’s a complete shock.
“This angel again comes into his life,” Heughan says. But the most interesting things, he adds, are “everything else that happens after.”
The next adventure: Jamaica
A family emergency necessitates Jamie and Claire to set sail to the Caribbean. In order to actually film scenes onboard ship, the cast and crew of Outlander relocated from Scotland to South Africa to use the vessels on the set of TV’s Black Sails.
“It was amazing,” Balfe says. “It was such a completely different environment than what we’re used to.”