Sam, Caitriona, Sophie, and Richard were in attendance yesterday at the Scottish BAFTAs. I’ve added photos from the event and portraits. Enjoy the pretties!
The new trailer for Bloodshot has been released!
Sam, Caitriona, and other Outlander cast members are in attendance at New York Comic Con today. I’ve started to add photos to the gallery from the event. I’ll be adding more throughout the weekend as well as videos as they surface. You can find them all here in one spot. Enjoy and come back and visit!
October 5 – NYCC: Autograph Signing
October 5 – NYCC: Panel
NYCC: SYFY Portraits
NYCC: Entertainment Weekly Portraits
NYCC: #1 Portraits
NYCC: #2 Portraits
NYCC: #3 Portraits
Let’s travel back in time to November 2018. Outlander’s Sam Heughan has a big announcement: he’s offering one lucky fan the chance to be his date for My Peak Challenge’s annual gala. Heughligans around the world rejoiced!
Fast forward to today.
Inspired by that special invite, you (yes, YOU) have raised a mind-blowing $2,892,080 to support My Peak Challenge’s chosen charities, Bloodwise and Marie Curie. That’s right, almost three million dollars! Let that sink in.
Now let’s look to the future and to the life-changing/life-saving impact you’ve created for these two amazing nonprofits…
Bloodwise is the UK’s leading blood cancer research charity. They fund world-class research, ensure those affected by blood cancer have access to the right support and campaign for better treatments.
Your donations will allow MPC to continue to fund one of Bloodwise’s critical research projects focused on improving care for children with leukemia. The goal? Developing less toxic therapies and working toward a cure!
To put your generosity in perspective, your donations could pay for a whopping:
500 PET scans
250 focus groups with blood cancer patients
200 vortex mixers
200 gel chamber systems
200 gyratory rockers
A 15 year supply of MACS cell separation kits
A 15 year supply of materials for cell cultures
A Patient Information Team for 5 years
Lab consumables for 10 years
A PhD student’s blood cancer research for 1 year
Marie Curie provides support to people with terminal illnesses and their families. Through expert care, emotional support, research and guidance, they help families make the most of their time together.
Your generous donations will go toward helping families when they needed it most. The funding could amount for:
30,500 hours of care and support to people living with a terminal illness in the comfort of their own home
32 specialist nurses to provide vital end-of-life care to people living with terminal illness
Running all nine of Marie Curie’s hospices for 10 days, which give inpatient and outpatient care to hundreds of people living with terminal illness and their families
So even though you didn’t win the date with Sam, you did send some incredible good into the world. We’re so, so grateful. And we know Sam is too. Thank you!
Sam was in attendance at the 2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards tonight. I have added over 130 high quality photos of him from the event. I’m in the middle of moving so my time online is a bit limited at the moment. Thanks and enjoy!
I’ve added the missing HD screencaps for episodes 4×11 – 4×13 of Outlander to the gallery. Big thanks to my friend Kayla for her help! I’ll be adding the missing episode stills, behind the scenes, and promos to the gallery soon.
What a fantastic and emotional season it has been. I can’t wait for season 5 already. Enjoy!
I’ve added HD screencaps from the newest episode of Outlander. There are only a handful of episodes left! How are you liking this season?
I’ve added HD screencaps of Outlander from episodes 4×08 and the most recent (and amazing) episode 4×09. Sorry for the delay, the holidays didn’t allow me to come online much. I’ll be adding missing episode stills, promotional images, and behind the scenes photos from season 4 of Outlander, this week, so be sure to check back! Enjoy.
The wedding night. The abbey. Faith. Culloden. The print shop. There are some Outlander moments that are so important, you’ve got to watch them again and again. After Sunday’s episode, Jamie and Brianna’s first meeting joins that list — and we’ve got your exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the big moment right here.
In the video, cast members Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe and Sophie Skelton break down the Episode 9 scene in which Jamie first meets his daughter, whom Claire gave birth to and raised in the 20th century while he stayed behind in the 18th. They remark on the less-than-ideal circumstances of the big moment (“Jamie Fraser is relieving himself as his daughter arrives,” Heughan notes, chuckling) and the amazing coincidence that both Mr. and Mrs. Fraser happen to be in Wilmington when their daughter arrives (“Jamie and Claire could be anywhere,” Skelton says).
As we watch Brianna meet her father for the first time, Heughan takes us inside what his character is thinking. “When he first sees her, he doesn’t quite recognize her,” he says. “It’s hard to say what he feels. He feels everything.”
Don’t worry — we also get a good look at Claire’s reunion with Bree, including the sassenach’s open-mouthed shock at being in her child’s presence once more. “The person Claire loves more than anything in this world is Brianna,” Balfe says, adding,”She thought she may never see her daughter again.”
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