Outlander's Claire and Jamie Discuss the Fallout of "Faith"

Outlander's Claire and Jamie Discuss the Fallout of "Faith"

Full spoilers for Outlander’s latest episode, “Faith,” continue below. There’s a lot left unsaid between Claire and Jamie Fraser when they finally reunite at the end of “Faith.” She is still reeling from the loss of their child, he is newly out of prison and missed the entire experience, and both of Outlander’s main characters decide it’s finally time to return to Scotland after an attempt to change history that has gone off with quite a few hitches. Claire and Jamie might have had a difficult time processing the events of the episode, but stars Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe have had plenty of time to understand the emotions their characters are struggling with. For Heughan, the way Jamie processes the loss of his child is through his pain for his wife. Continue reading…
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Outlander: "Faith" Review

Outlander: "Faith" Review

Full spoilers for Outlander continue below. For more insight on the episode, check out our interview with stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan. Outlander pulled no punches with “Faith,” the best episode of Season 2 to date and an excellent canvas for star Caitriona Balfe to give her best work of the series. Starting with a flashforward (more on that later) and then staying with Claire as she lost her baby, came home to an empty house with Jamie imprisoned and did what needed to be done to free him, “Faith” was a strong, focused episode that also served as an insightful exploration of loss. Continue reading…
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New Star Trek Beyond Scenes Described

New Star Trek Beyond Scenes Described

Paramount Pictures thrilled Trekkies, Trekkers and Treksters (is that a thing?) alike on Friday night with its Star Trek Beyond Fan Event, a promotional push for the upcoming third picture in the rebooted franchise intended to get fans excited for the film. The evening, which took place on the Paramount lot in Hollywood, included cast and filmmaker appearances, a Leonard Nimoy tribute, footage debuts, a party held amid a treasure trove of Trek prop and costume displays, and more. Not only did the new trailer for the film debut at the event, and then online shortly afterwards (watch it below), but we were also shown a few scenes from the film. An opening montage sequence depicted Chris Pine’s Kirk doing the Captain’s Log thing that we know so well from the old show. The Enterprise is now two or three years into its famed five-year mission, he says, and the day to day drudgery of life on the ship has settled in. The humorous touch of co-writer Simon Pegg (who of course also plays Scotty) is clear here, as Kirk opens his closet where nothing hangs but a dozen of the same yellow uniforms, or as he talks about how the Enterprise’s mission now feels like a series of “episodes.” It’s funny but also has a real old-school Star Trek feel to it, as if the Abramsverse characters have finally grown into the Enterprise crew we remember so well. Continue reading…
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