53 Things You Never Knew About the Making of ‘Outlander’

Well, ‘never knew’ is a strong phrase for the Outlander CLANdom!! Sorry Yahoo – Men’s Health, most Outlander fans already know the majority, if not all, of this. However, since some may not, I wanted to post it. Admittedly, I did learn one thing new . . . that Caitriona and Tobias wrote love letters to each other in character. ~ V Everything from the … Continue reading 53 Things You Never Knew About the Making of ‘Outlander’

Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S5 Epi1

Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S5 Epi1 – The Fiery Cross Written by Matthew B. Roberts | Directed by Stephen Woolfenden This conversation is between Blacklanderz Evelyn, Olivia and Vanita. Arranged and edited by Vida. And, for those who don’t know, Vida [V:] interrupts some times. FAMILY | LOYALTY | NEW BEGINNINGS Evelyn: This episode brings together families, newly formed and old. It speaks to the prosperity of … Continue reading Blacklanderz Convos! Outlander S5 Epi1

Outlander Costume Design: Jocasta

At River Run, Jocasta’s look “demonstrates a relaxing of Jocasta’s formal attire and indicates a softer feel whilst her relationship with Brianna becomes more open and almost maternal. The Pet-en-l’ier, with sacque back is made from an overdyed cotton print fabric with self-ruched trim and shot metallic silk edging. ~ Nina Ayers The caraco was made from a digitally printed cotton sateen with a braided … Continue reading Outlander Costume Design: Jocasta

‘Outlander’ Newcomer Maria Doyle Kennedy On Joining the Hit Series

Jamie Fraser’s aunt is a character Outlander fans have been desperate to see since the screen adaptation of the best-selling books launched in 2014. Culture Trip speaks to Maria Doyle Kennedy, the actor tasked with bringing the fearsome Jocasta Cameron to life in season 4. Outlander Season 4 introduces the character of Jocasta Cameron, played by Maria Doyle Kennedy. Having left Scotland and set up … Continue reading ‘Outlander’ Newcomer Maria Doyle Kennedy On Joining the Hit Series