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!
Scotland Now has acquired some new set photos of the Outlander cast filming some of the final season one episodes in the seaside town of Troon, Scotland. The photos feature Caitriona, Sam, Duncan, and set extras, along with a fantastic period ship that they are all filming aboard. You can view all of their set photos over at Scotland Now.
P.S. check out Jamie’s hand (if you’re a fan of the book, you know the story behind that. Ouch!)
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.
Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we now have our first look at Diana Gabaldon’s cameo in Outlander! Diana’s self-described “scenelet” will air in this week’s episode, “The Gathering,” as Herself appears as Iona McTavish.
“Matt Roberts, the scriptwriter for this particular episode (and a lovely man he is, too, Guy Fawkes beard notwithstanding), would write a tiny scenelet for me,” Gabaldon explained. “Just a couple of lines of dialogue. They could then film that pretty quickly on its own, and I’d then be released… The lady in question is at the Gathering, and the scenelet in question takes place in one of the galleries over the Great Hall.”
You can also read more from Diana’s experience on set over on her website.
Costume designer (and Ron Moore’s better half) Terry Dresbach has updated her blog to include an inside look at Geillis’ so-called ‘monkey jacket,’ which was worn by Lotte Verbeek on episode three of Outlander. Terry has some great behind-the-scenes wardrobe info on her blog, so make sure you check out all of the wonderful pieces on her site!
Starz had fantastic news for fans today. After airing only one episode, it was announced that Outlander had already been picked up for a second season! According to Deadline, the second season, which will be based off of Diana’s book, Dragonfly In Amber, will consist of at least 13 episodes. Happy Friday, indeed!