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Outlander Photo Round-Up Includes Leoch, Set Photo Smiles And Horses
Since our last photo round-up, Starz has released a number of smiley behind-the-scenes glimpses of Ronald D. Moore's Outlander series. But before we get to those, we have the above photo, which gives us a look at the stunning Castle Leoch in the 18th century where and when some of this story takes place.
Outlander Photo Round-Up Includes Kilted Jamie, Beautiful Claire, Sets And Scenery
Normally, I'd wait until next week to do another Outlander photo round-up, but there've been too many great pictures released since the last one and I wouldna want to deny fans the gloriousness that is the sight of of a kilted Sam Heughan being made up on the set of the Starz adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's novel.
Outlander Photo Round-Up Includes Reading, Riding And A Really Bloody Claire
Claire reads, a McKenzie rides and Scotland continues to be incredibly beautiful in the latest Outlander photos. The latest official still from the Starz adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series dropped not long after our last photo round-up, but there's been such a steady trickle of photos arriving online for this series that we knew another round-up was in the cards in the near future.
Outlander Photo Round-Up Includes Beautiful Claire And Beautiful Scotland
Ok, Outlander fans, I figure by now you may finally be able to tear your eyes away from that amazing Jamie Fraser photo that Starz gifted us for Valentine's Day long enough to feast your eyes on some other new content for the series. Assuming that's the case, now seems as good a time as any for a new photo round-up...
Jamie Fraser Gets His Wounds Dressed In New Outlander Photo
So, remember yesterday when we shared that new Outlander photo of Claire and Frank together and we speculated that maybe this was a hint that Starz would be dropping a new Jamie photo on us for Valentine's Day? Well, we'd be basking in the glow of that accurate bit of wishful thinking right now, if we weren't too busy basking in the glow of Jamie Fraser looking lit up by firelight as he presumably has his wounds dressed by Claire.
Outlander Photo Shows Claire And Frank, Ronald Moore Comments On Game Of Thrones Comparisons
A day ahead of Valentine's Day, Starz has released this still for Ron Moore's adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series. And with its emphasis on Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe) and her husband Frank (Tobias Menzies), I can't help but wonder if Starz has another photo planned to drop tomorrow, giving us a new glimpse of Claire with Jamie (Sam Heughan), her other love interest in the story.
Outlander Author Diana Gabaldon Will Make An Appearance On The Starz Series
Those who've been keeping up with the Outlander Instagram know that author Diana Gabaldon has taken over the Starz drama's feed during her trip to Scotland to visit the set of the series. So it's not entirely surprising to learn that she's landed herself a speaking role in the adaptation of her beloved book series. It's not a major role, but it sounds like it'll be a bit bigger than a background spot.
Black Sails Attracts Millions Of Eyeballs, Eye Patches During Debut Weekend
It would be easy to see this as a dicey proposition, but the nice thing about subscription cable is that after a show’s initial airing, that program is readily available to the public, and in the case of Black Sails, a Saturday premiere date has absolutely paid off, bringing in millions of viewers across multiple platforms over the weekend.
Outlander Trailer Gets An Alternate Ending With More Jamie And Claire
Following the premiere of Starz's new pirate drama Black Sails, the premium cable channel aired the trailer for Ronald D. Moore's Outlander series, which is expected to arrive sometime this summer.
New Outlander Video Teaches Us How To Pronounce Mo Nighean Donn, Premiere Date Rumor Update
There are a couple of nicknames Jamie Fraser uses for Claire in Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series. One, is "Sassenach," which means foreigner or English person. And another is Mo Nighean Donn, which means "my brown-haired lass." It's the latter term that Starz has showcased for their latest "Speak Outlander Lesson.
Outlander Filming Resumes Next Month, Claire Dines In New Photo, And Some Other Updates
Following up on the last photo round-up for Ronald D. Moore's Starz adaptation of Outlander comes a bunch of photos recently shared, some of which have already made the rounds, but give us a look at the Scotland-set historical fiction drama.
Outlander Series Photo Round-Up: Leoch, Stocks, Jamie And Claire And More
Last weekend, fans of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series were treated to our first look at Ronald D. Moore's Starz adaptation. While it's hard to top that, there are some pretty fantastic set photos making the rounds, including the one above, which comes from writer/producer Matthew B. Roberts and gives us a lovely silhouetted view of stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan...
Outlander Trailer Teases Swords, Scotland And A Trip Through Time
Fans of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series convened in Los Angeles today for a fan event promoting the upcoming Starz adaptation of the popular historical fiction series. During the panel, series developer Ronald D. Moore presented the above trailer, which offers nearly a minute of exciting footage from the series.
Outlander Photo Shows A Brutal Moment For Jamie Fraser
Just when it seemed like we’d already gotten all of the great Outlander updates we were going to get today, the internet drops this on us. There’s a reason Jamie Frasier despises Captain Randall and this photo is a pretty good sampling of that complicated situation. Those who’ve read Diana Gabaldon’s book know there’s much more to the story there. A picture’s worth a thousand words, or in this case, a thousand beads of sweat and gritted teeth, not to mention the inevitable blood.
Outlander Photo Shows Craigh Na Dun, New Updates Reveal How The Series Will Start
Starz has given us our first look at “where it all began” for their upcoming adaptation of TV adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander. The image above is presumably Craigh na Dun, the rock formation that Claire Randall is visiting in Scotland when she finds herself catapulted through time and left in the 18th century. As for how the actual series will begin, that was revealed today at the TCA press tour.