Everyone recovered yet from tonight’s episode? No? Well, Starz has released more than a dozen new photos from episode 7, so that you can dissect all of the details of Claire’s wedding dress to your heart’s content. Isn’t her dress gorgeous? Serious kudos to designer Terry Dresbach for tonight’s amazing costumes.
During the Outlander red carpet premiere at this year’s Comic-Con, we were lucky enough to chat with some of the cast and crew, including Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe. In our exclusive interview, Sam and Cait tell us what fans would most be surprised to learn about each other, which you can check out in the clip below. Love these two!
Saturday is a looong way away (well, five days, but who’s counting?) but the official Outlander site on Starz has added ten new stills to tide us over till the weekend. Enjoy!
Thanks to The Hollywood Reporter, we now have a sneak peek at Ron Moore’s cameo in this week’s episode of Outlander. Ron appears alongside Diana Gabaldon in episode four, entitled “The Gathering,” for a brief moment, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled this Saturday to catch him in action.
In one of their newest on-set videos, Starz goes behind-the-scenes with the cast of Outlander to talk about how Scotland’s beauty has influenced the series and their characters. See what the cast and crew had to say about the bonny land over here on their site!
Now that I’ve come out of my Comic-Con haze, I’ve created a new gallery of all of my photos from Friday’s event. In the gallery below you’ll find all of my pics from the red carpet (or should we say tartan carpet) premiere, followed by the cast Q&A session with Sam, Cait, Lotte, Graham, Tobias, Diana, and Ron. The cast rolled up to the tartan carpet in classic 1940s cars, and followed bagpipers and lads in kilts onto the press line. After we had our chance to chat with the cast and crew, we all went inside the theatre and were treated to a performance by composer Bear McCreary, who played some classic Scottish tunes and debuted the theme he wrote for Claire and Jamie. Seeing the first episode on the big screen was truly a remarkable experience, and I I think it’s safe to say that I wasn’t the only one in the audience with goosebumps and a lump in their throat. The first episode was everything I could hope for (the second, which I screened before the premiere, is just as good, but that’s all I’ll say for now). I don’t think you will be disappointed with the show. Starz and the cast and crew have done an amazing job, and it’s everything I could hope for and more. Hope you enjoy the pics from this very epic night!
Each year, Entertainment Weekly posts some great star portraits from their suite at Comic-Con. This year we are lucky enough to get a portrait of the cast that was in attendance for Friday’s SDCC panel, which features, Sam, Caitriona, Lotte, Graham, and Tobias. Lovely!