Check out the new interview of Sam and Caitriona with Entertainment Weekly as they are on set of their cover issue. Screencaps and new Outlander stills added to the gallery. Enjoy!
Check out the new Outlander trailer entitled ‘The Reunion of the Centuries.’ I can’t wait for Droughtlander to be over.
The first thing everyone noticed was the pairs upon pairs of actual Scottish legs.
When the cast and crew of Outlander descended upon Cape Town Studios in South Africa earlier this year, the arid temperatures forced everyone out of their woolen hats and puffy coats and into the least amount of clothing possible. But no one was prepared to see such an overwhelming display of pasty dermis while filming the third season of the Starz drama.
“I was like, oh my God, you have legs,” recalls executive producer Maril Davis. “It was like a mini-vacation in some ways because the weather is so much different than what we’re used to in Scotland. I mean, I’ve never seen most of the Scottish crew’s legs before. I have never seen so much leg skin in my life.”
And yet that was probably the least astonishing thing about filming on the 495-acre studio lot about an hour outside of Cape Town. Previously used for movies including The Dark Tower and Mad Max: Fury Road, producers chose the location because of its impressive collection of two- and three-masted vessels that were used as pirate ships on Black Sails, Starz’ pirate drama that ended its run in April. When Outlander’s third season debuts Sept. 10, two of those ships have been transformed into the Artemis and the HMS Porpoise — a brigantine and a man-of-war that will play a major role in Jamie and Claire’s excellent adventure to the Caribbean. And EW was on set right when the ships were preparing to set sail (so to speak).
For the next issue of Entertainment Weekly, we went behind-the-scenes of the South Africa shoot to find out what the drama has in store for its 5-million plus fans this fall. And since no one image can best capture the unique experience, we’re publishing three covers! The first two below, featuring Caitriona Balfe (Claire Randall Fraser) and Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser) individually, will be available to subscribers and on newsstands on Friday. The third, showing the happy couple together, will be available exclusively at Barnes & Noble beginning on Tuesday, Aug. 29. Or you can buy the whole set here.
2017: Entertainment Weekly (Outlander Issue) – Photoshoot
2017: Entertainment Weekly (Outlander Issue) – Behind the Scenes
To see photos of Caitriona alone from Entertainment Weekly visit our partner site Caitriona-Balfe.com.
Check out Sam and Caitriona play Would You Rather: Feminist Edition for Marie Claire.
Check out Sam and Caitriona play Two Truths and a Lie for Marie Claire.
It’s not quite the same as seeing the entire premiere episode at Comic-Con, but Starz has released new video from Outlander that shows key moments from the first few episodes of season 3.
In the video dubbed “Parallel Lives,” Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser) and Caitriona Balfe (Claire Randall Fraser) provide narration as scenes of from the Culloden battle and Claire’s new life in 20th century Boston flash on the screen. Frank (Tobias Menzies) makes an appearance, as well as Brianna (Sophie Skelton), Lord John Grey (David Berry), Joe Abernathy (Wil Johnson), Jamie’s sister Jenny (Laura Donnelly), and Fergus (Romann Berrux).
On July 21, Starz premiered the entire first episode of season 3 after the show’s panel discussion at Comic-Con. You can read about it here.
Outlander premieres on Sept. 10 on Starz.
Longing for a lost love, friend, or family member? How does Outlander relate to your lost love, friend, or family member? Tell your story at email@example.com. – Outlander Starz
— Outlander (@Outlander_STARZ) July 27, 2017
I will be adding all the videos and photos of Sam from San Diego Comic Con in this post throughout the weekend so it’s all in one location. If you are interested in seeing Caitriona’s coverage from SDCC, visit Caitirona-Balfe.com. I do want to say thanks to Alikat, Claudia, Mary, and FFA for a few of the photos.
2017: July 21 – SDCC – Panel
2017: July 21 – SDCC – IMDB Boat
2017: July 21 – SDCC – Sirius XM
2017: July 21 – SDCC – Entertainment Tonight
2017: July 21 – SDCC – EW Studios
2017: July 21 – SDCC – TV Guide
2017: July 22 – SDCC Event
2017: July 22 – SDCC Event – Vulture
2017: July 22 – SDCC Event – EW After Party
2017: SDCC Photo Session (Entertainment Weekly)
2017: SDCC Photo Session (Entertainment Weekly) – Behind the Scenes
2017: SDCC Photo Session (TV Guide) – Behind the Scenes
2017: SDCC Photo Session (TV Line)
2017: SDCC Photo Session (BuzzFeed)
2017: SDCC Photo Session (LA Times)
2017: SDCC Photo Session (Press Conference)
2017: SDCC Interview (EW)
2017: SDCC Interview (IGN)
2017: SDCC Interview (TV Line)
Outlander: Season 3 – Promotional Images #2
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“A. Malcolm, Printer and Bookseller.” Has there ever been a sweeter sight, Sassenachs, than the sign hanging outside an Edinburgh print shop in Outlander‘s just-released Season 3 trailer? Och, we think no. Let’s all gaze upon it for a wee second, shall we?
If you’re someone who hasn’t read Diana Gabaldon’s novels and you don’t know why this is a big deal, no worries! Skip down to where we tell you it’s safe, because there are big spoilers ahead.
Spoiler alert! If you have read the books, you know that the Carfax Close shop is the site of Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire’s (Caitriona Balfe) reunion after a 20-year (by way of 200 years) absence. And while we don’t see Mr. Malcolm himself in the footage, everything else in the lead-up is there. Claire’s expectant/worried face! The sign! The bell! You can all but smell the ink and the alepot inside. Such sweet torment, no? (And if you missed the scene in the trailer, make sure to go back and watch the video all the way to the end. They’re sneaky, those Starz folks.)
OK IT’S SAFE NOW, non-book-readers. The trailer also features several other scenes based on events in Gabaldon’s Voyager. As previously announced, the drama will examine how Jamie and Claire’s lives changed drastically during the years between her return to her own time and the events of the Season 2 finale. So that means we see lots of Frank in times both happy (cuddling a baby Brianna) and strained (that shot of Claire fuming while he slinks upstairs looked rough), as well as footage of Jamie being arrested upon his return to Lallbroch and his subsequent adventures with Lord John Grey, played by new cast member David Berry.
We also witness Brianna and Roger helping Claire in her search (as well as smooching a bit), as well as Jamie making significant eye contact with a woman who is not his mo nighean donn. Two decades is a long time, people!
Outlander returns Sunday, Sept. 10, at 8/7c.