Starz has released a brand new still from Ron D. Moore's Outlander. This time we have Claire (Caitriona Balfe) in Inverness, reading a book about plants. I've to say, Caitriona looks absolutely STUNNING in this picture. (Annnd click on it to make it bigger.)
Also, both the lovely Caitriona and the equally lovely Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser) were featured in a short interview with TV Guide. Nothing transcending but fun.
Starz has released a brand new official photo from Ron D. Moore's upcoming time traveling series Outlander showing Claire (Caitriona Balfe) at a Castle Leoch banquet in company of Colum MacKenzie (Gary Lewis), his brother Dougal (The Hobbit's Graham MacTavish) and Colum's wife Letitia (Aislin McGuckin).
Have a look at the new pic after the cut. Just CLICK to make it MUCH bigger:
Starz has released another on of its infinitely awesome "Speak Outlander" video lessons.
This time, we have actresses Nell Hudson (Laoghaire
MacKenzie) and The Borgias' Lotte Verbeek (Geillis Duncan) teaching us how to pronounce
their character’s (rather difficult - Laoghaire's a mouthful) names.
Hands in the air for those who’ve always read Laoghaire’s name as “Leghair” in Diana Gabaldon's fantastic series of books.
Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica) gave a recent, excellent interview with The Hollywood
Reporter in which he discusses Starz’s upcoming time-traveling drama series
Outlander, sex on cable and a little show called Game of Thrones, as well as his science-fiction series Helix.
HBO has released some absolutely fantastic brand new stills from its highly anticipated Fourth Season of Game of Thrones.
Amongst them are some beloved returning faces (we missed you Tyrion!); as well as some brand new ones--including Michiel Huissman's Daario Naharis, Pedro Pascal as Prince Oberyn Martell aka the Red Viper of Dorne and his paramour Ellaria Sand played by Rome's Indira Varma.
So, dig in below! (Click on the pics to view them in High-Res)
Starz has released its third "How to Speak Outlander" lesson. The new term? "Mo Nighean Donn," which means "My brown-haired lass."
This is the term of endearment Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) uses for Claire (Caitriona Balfe) in Diana Gabaldon's first two Outlander novels: Outlander and Dragonfly in Amber.
Once again the lesson is given by Gaelic expert Adhamh O Broin, and spoken by Sam Heughan. This time, he also has a bit of, erm "help" from his co-stars Gary Lewis (Colum MacKenzie) and Graham McTavish (Dougal Mackenzie).
Have a look and a listen below:
You can watch the first lesson "Sassenach" here, and the second lesson "Craigh na Dun" here.